Google Maps gains Local Guides widget and 3D touch peek for list items on iOS

Google has just released a small Maps update in the App Store. There only a couple of new features included in the update, but they should make users’ life much easier while on the go.

The highlight of the update seems to be the new Local Guides widget, which should allow Maps users to check their Local Guide points and add reviews and photos to a place much easier.

Also, the new version of Google Maps for iOS features 3D touch peek for list items, which comes in handy when you’re looking for restaurants. Another notable improvement included in the update …


Take a peek at the first iPhone 8 dummy unit that actually looks like a real product

Another day, another alleged iPhone 8 dummy unit has been spotted online. However, this time the pictures come from a somewhat reputable source, serial leakster @OnLeaks, and also for the first time ever their subject actually looks like a real product that may hit the store shelves soon, instead of an incomplete attempt at recreating one.
Or in other words, consider this as the closest thing we’ve gotten to a real look at the iPhone 8 so far. So let’s dive in:
The front of the dummy shows us little we haven’t seen …

Ryan Reynolds gives us a peek at 'Deadpool 2'

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Deadpool, one of the most successful Marvel franchises (number eight all-time) isn’t delivering a sequel until 2018, but while we wait, lead actor Ryan Reynolds is giving us a peek behind the scenes. 

On Saturday, Reynolds shared a set-photo on Twitter and Instagram revealing that Deadpool will once again visit the X-Mansion, the building housing Professor Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters and the headquarters of the X-Men. 

“Dropped by the X-Mansion,” reads Reynolds note (in Deadpool character-speak) accompanying the set photo. “Big fucking surprise. No one’s home.” Read more…

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Patent might be giving us a sneak peek at LG V30's design: secondary display with a twist

Note: The image on the left is our interpretation of the patent image.

Two days ago, during Google’s I/O 2017 keynote, it was announced that the Galaxy S8/S8+ and LG’s next flagship phone will eventually support Daydream later this year. 

This was news in more than one way: firstly, it single-handedly confirmed that an LG V30 is on the way, and secondly, it heavily hinted that this one will be donning an OLED display, which is one of the hardware requirements for Daydream support. 
And it seems that right after this high-level confirmation, …