Yoni Heisler, BGR

Yoni Heisler

BGR

Chicago, IL, United States

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Recent:
  • BGR
Past:
  • New York Post
  • Network World
  • CIO.com

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These ‘Simpsons’ continuity errors will surprise even hardcore fans

The Simpsons has been around for more than 30 years and two continuity errors, to the surprise of many fans, were recently discovered. The most recent discovery involves the show's opening sequence. → Read More

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Galaxy Z Flip with 5G support may be coming later this year

Samsung may release a Galaxy Z Flip with 5G support in 2020. It's not yet clear if the new Galaxy Z Flip will also support mmWave 5G. Foldable smartphones haven't taken the world by storm, but Samsung's Galaxy Z Flip remains the best we've seen to date. → Read More

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Entertainment

As moviegoing audiences become increasingly savvy, it’s more difficult than ever for filmmakers to surprise them with twists and turns they never would have seen coming. If you’ve seen enough movies, you can >> → Read More

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Louis C.K. just released his first new stand-up special in years

Louis C.K. released a new stand-up special called Sincerely which can be purchased for $7.99 from his website. Sincerely is the first special from Louis since the 2017 Netflix release of 2017. → Read More

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13-inch MacBook Pro with mini-LED display may arrive next month

Apple may replace its 13-inch MacBook Pro with a 14.1-inch model later this month. The new MacBook Pro may incorporate mini-LED technology which allows for thinner displays and improved display quality. Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories. → Read More

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U.S. Surgeon General shows how to make a homemade coronavirus mask

The CDC is now recommending that individuals who go outside wear either a mask or cloth covering over their mouths to help prevent the coronavirus from spreading even further. While lockdown measures in some U.S. → Read More

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In another security blow, thousands of private Zoom videos can be found online

Zoom's video conferencing software has soared in popularity over the past few weeks as millions of people remain stuck at home on coronavirus quarantine. Zoom's privacy record leaves much to be desired as the company has faced one controversy after another. → Read More

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Cards Against Humanity just released a new game for free

Cards Against Humanity released a new Family Edition of its popular card game today. The game was specifically designed for kids and adults to play together. As such, it lacks the irreverent and offensive cards of the original game. → Read More

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iPhone camera hack yields security researcher $75,000 from Apple

A security researcher unearthed seven zero-day vulnerabilities in mobile Safari and leveraged them to hijack an iPhone camera. The iPhone camera hack landed the researcher a $75,000 check from Apple. Apple fixed the exploit via a Safari update earlier this year. → Read More

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Amazon delays Prime Day event because of the coronavirus

Amazon will reportedly delay its annual Prime Day event because of the coronavirus. The two-day sales event typically takes place in July and will be pushed back to August at the absolute earliest. Amazon will reportedly take a huge financial hit as a result. → Read More

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Apple retail stores will remain closed until early May as coronavirus continues to spread

Apple retail stores will remain closed until early May according to a new memo sent to store employees. Apple was initially planning to re-open its retail stores in early April, but ongoing coronavirus concerns forced Apple to adjust its timeline. → Read More

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Google’s new AI tool will transform your boring photos into iconic works of art

'Art Transfer' is a new feature from Google that can transform your photos into historical works of art. 'Art Transfer' relies on advanced AI and does all of its computation directly on your device. The feature is free to use and can be found on Google's Arts & Culture app. → Read More

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Tesla’s Model 3 helped anchor the company’s best first quarter in history

Tesla delivered 88,400 vehicles last quarter, marking the best "first quarter performance" the company has ever had. Tesla's Model 3 was once again the company's most popular vehicle, with year over year deliveries increasing by nearly 50%. → Read More

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Benchmarks for Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20+ just leaked online

Benchmark scores for Samsung's next-gen Galaxy Note 20+ have leaked online. Samsung's upcoming phablet will likely trounce all other Android handsets performance-wise, though it will have similar specs to the recently released Galaxy S20. → Read More

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Entertainment

As moviegoing audiences become increasingly savvy, it’s more difficult than ever for filmmakers to surprise them with twists and turns they never would have seen coming. If you’ve seen enough movies, you can >> → Read More

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New iPhone 12 leak may be bad news for Apple fans

The iPhone 12 release may be pushed back a few months due to the coronavirus. The iPhone 12 development process has been subject to delays on account of travel restrictions to China. Apple will make a decision on the iPhone 12 release date sometime next month. → Read More

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Larry David blasts ‘idiots’ who aren’t social distancing in coronavirus PSA

'Curb Your Enthusiasm' star Larry David recorded a Facebook video this week urging people to follow social distancing guidelines. The coronavirus still has much of the country on lockdown, but not everyone is keen on staying in the house. → Read More

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iPhone 12 fall release still possible, says Apple’s top manufacturing partner

The iPhone 12 may still be on track for a fall 2020 release, according to Foxconn. Though Apple's iPhone partners in China are operating at full capacity, the same can't be said for iPhone suppliers in other countries. → Read More

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Coronavirus vaccine may come from a British tobacco company, of all places

The race for a coronavirus vaccine is ongoing as biotech companies across the globe have intensified their efforts. A promising plant-based vaccine from British American Tobacco is currently undergoing pre-clinical testing. → Read More

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iPhone 12 production is still on track, but Apple may wait until May to decide on a release date

TSMC's plan to mass produce an A14 chip with a 5nm process for the iPhone 12 is still on schedule. The iPhone 12 release may be delayed for a few months due to the economic impact of the coronavirus. Apple will reportedly nail down an iPhone 12 release date sometime in May. → Read More