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#WordPress 5.0 is Here!

WordPress 5.0 just came out (Dec. 6th, 2018)! The major update is including Gutenberg in the WordPress core. Classical editor is no longer in the core, but there’s a plugin available. The update was rumored to be out in the summer, but never happened till today! If you have any questions, please contact us.

AT&T announces a second Samsung 5G smartphone for 2019 – TechCrunch

Leave it to Samsung to talk up its second 5G smartphone before most companies have tipped their first. A few days after announcing its first 5G handset via Verizon, the company is already onto number two. This one comes via an AT&T press release with that qualifies the handset a bit more, calli…

Google’s design elements may be coming to a lot more apps in the near future – Digital Trends

Google’s Flutter is now public, allowing developers to use the same code for both iOS and Android apps. It hopes to blow away the competition by offering better performance and robust design tools – which might mean you’ll see a lot more apps featuring Google’s style language.

AirPods are Apple’s ‘most popular accessory ever,’ and shipments will skyrocket next year, top analyst says – CNBC

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said AirPods are Apple’s most popular accessory ever. Kuo sees a new model launching in the first quarter next year and Apple shipping 100 million to 110 million AirPods in 2021, up from 26 million to 28 million this year.

Verizon and Samsung will release a 5G phone early next year – Engadget

The next Samsung Galaxy lineup was already expected to include 5G-ready phones, but Apple reportedly won’t release 5G iPhones until 2020.

Latest Samsung Galaxy S10 CAD leak shows dual Infinity-O cameras – and a 3.5mm jack – Notebookcheck.net

OnLeaks and 91Mobile have compiled a new image and video series purported to show CAD renders for the Galaxy S10. It shows a virtually bezel-less phone that, in fairness, closely resembles the Note 9. However, the Note does not have a dual camera integrated into the screen, a clear lack of a hardware fingerprint scanner, or triple rear cameras.

Microsoft PowerPoint is getting real-time captions and subtitles for presentations – The Verge

Available in early 2019

NVIDIA officially unveils its flagship Titan RTX GPU – Engadget

NVIDIA has officially revealed its flagship Titan RTX GPU for a mere $2,500.

Galaxy S10’s stunning all-screen design imagined in new renders – BGR

Infinity-O displays are the talk of the town right now, and that’s because so many reports keep saying this is the kind of screen that will end up on the upcoming Galaxy S10 flagship. Samsung alrea…

A look at three tricks rogue developers use to game the App Store – 9to5Mac

Developer David Barnard – whose apps have grossed millions of dollars and been featured multiple times by Apple – has written a blog post calling on Apple to take tougher action against rogue devel…