All The News You Missed Overnight: Every iPhone Camera Compared, LG's New Watch Urbane Second Edition

Technology is filled with all kinds of rumours and speculation — real and fabricated. All The News You Missed Overnight collects all those whispers into one place to deliver your morning buzz.


LG's Got A Shiny New Watch, And A Crazy Smartphone To Go With It

LG’s watch Urbane is one of the best-looking Android Wear watches you can buy (admittedly, not a high bar). The second edition takes the same formula, and adds a sprinkling of LTE, there’s a screen bump to 480×480 pixels, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor quaterbacking the show.


Here's The Camera Compared In Every Single iPhone

Everyone knows the 12-megapixel iPhone 6s camera is leaps and bounds better than the 8-megapixel iPhone 6. But think about this: The first iPhone camera was only two megapixels. How much of a better photo does that equate to? Over at their blog SnapSnapSnap, there’s a complete breakdown of the photos taken on every single iPhone ever made.


Those All-Nighters You Pull May Not Be As Harmless As You Think

As you put the finishing touches on your paper, you notice the sun rising and fantasize about crawling in bed. Your vision and hearing are beginning to distort and the words staring back at you from the monitor have lost their meaning. Your brain … well, feels like mush. We’ve all been there.


Skype Translator Is Out Of Beta And Headed To Windows

Skype Translator is out of beta and headed to the Skype Windows desktop app. The tool supports six languages outloud as well as 50 messaging languages] We tried the service and found it promising, but not quite the Babel Fish of our hearts' desire. No word on when the service rolls out to other platforms yet.


Apple's App To Help You Move To iOS Is Designed For The Technophobic

In an effort to ease the transition of would-be iPhone owners who fear losing the contents of their Android devices, Apple made a simple tool to help make the transition as smooth as possible. Move to iOS works — even though it really doesn’t do anything at all.