Anyone who bought a Pixel 3 XL probably decided that the notch didn't bother them that much, but we're not sure how they'd feel about another one showing up unannounced. Not to be confused with the old double dongle maneuver, this happens when a virtual side notch emerges out of nowhere to "complement" the physical screen cutout of the stock Android-powered 6.3-incher. Now, just weeks after the debut of the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, Google is at it again, giving users more of what they always wanted by giving them less. While the former comes in a conventional design similar to Pixel 2, the latter comes with the typical "notch" which boasts two front-facing camera sensors along with the speaker grille. Reportedly, the screen rotation feature is getting mixed up with the phone's orientation and this is what is bringing the extra notch of the side of the phone. The glitch, which only seems to be happening to a few users, is pretty easy to get rid of - changing some developer settings or resetting the phone should do the trick, Android Police reports. Google has acknowledged the issue and is now working on a fix.
IOS 12.1 Lands Tomorrow With Real-Time Depth Control, Group FaceTime
Dual SIM support has been a standard feature on Android smartphones for years, but Apple has shown resistance towards it. However, today is also the day when Apple will release iOS 12.1 as a free software update for iPhones and iPads.
Pixel 3 XL has been in the limelight for some wrong reasons lately. Do any of you have a Pixel 3 XL? Still annoying, but knowing that Google is aware, and that a fix is coming soon, is reassuring.
Apple's old MacBook Air is still on sale
The new MacBook Air has the big ForceTouch trackpad that 20% more surface area than the previous model. If you were a fan of the old MacBook Air's keyboard, we've got some good news and bad news for you.
Read the Complaint: US Justice Dept. Charges Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooter
Democrats on Sunday said Trump's incendiary attacks on rivals have created fertile ground for those inclined toward extremism. Bowers shot one of the first two officers to respond in the hand, and the other was wounded by "shrapnel and broken glass".