Siri can now discreetly record if police pull you over

“Hey Siri, I’m getting pulled over.” With that one phrase, drivers can get an added sense of security the next time they’re pulled over. With a new app called Shortcuts, iPhone users can create their own verbal commands to trigger their phones to perform …

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First Shadow Of The Tomb Raider DLC Adds Co-op Puzzle Solving

We’re just barely a month removed from Crystal Dynamics, Eidos Montreal, and Square Enix’s release of Shadow of the Tomb Raider for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, but the game is already set to receive its first major DLC add-on that adds something a little extra spe…

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iFixit finds third-party MacBook Pro and iMac Pro repairs still an option, at least for now

In the wake of revelations that Apple plans to employ a special diagnostics tool that effectively blocks certain third-party MacBook Pro and iMac Pro repairs, DIY specialist iFixit evaluated the issue to find the new policy is not yet active.

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Android Circuit: Massive Note 9 Problems, Google Pixel 3 XL Preview, Surprising Galaxy S10 Camera Leaks

This week’s Android Circuit includes Galaxy Note 9 camera and S-Pen issues, S10 camera specs, the launch of the Nokia 7.1, controversial OnePlus 6T features confirmed, Mate 20 Pro’s fingerprint reader, Pixel 3 XL details, and Google’s Podcast creator program.

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