Latest News - September 2015
- HLN Anchor Schooled In The Ways Of Troll, Cluelessly Continues Interview Despite Edward Snowden To Scissorhands Hijack
- Apple Music, iTunes Movies And iBooks Finally Arrive in China
- Sprint Hikes Unlimited Data Plans To $70/Month Starting October 16th
- VW Likely To Refit 11 Million ‘Dirty’ Diesels With Revised Software, Compliant Emissions Hardware
- Apple Gathers Pocket Change To Pay LA Schools $4.2 Million For Failed iPad Program
- Apple CEO Tim Cook Sees No Reason To Merge iOS With OS X
- Apple iPhone 6s And 6s Plus Water Resistance Buoyed By Display Gasket And Logic Board Seal
- Newest Dell 6th-Gen Core i7 Skylake Laptops Starting $749, 4TB WD My Cloud NAS Under $160 And More
- Samsung Gear S2, S2 Classic Tizen Smartwatches Arrive Stateside October 2nd Priced From $299
- Logitech’s Logi Circle Cloud Cam Is $199 Airstrike On Dropcam
- Sony PlayStation 4 Update 3.00 Brings YouTube Broadcasting, 10GB Cloud Storage
- TiVo’s Oddly-Shaped Bolt DVR Brings 4K Support, Still Eradicates Commercials
- NVIDIA Launches GeForce NOW Game Streaming Service
- Tesla Model X Crossover EV Accelerates Like A Ferrari, Protects Passengers From Biochemical Attacks
All News for September 2015
HLN Anchor Schooled In The Ways Of Troll, Cluelessly Continues Interview Despite Edward Snowden To Scissorhands Hijack
There are trolls, and then there are trolls. Jon Hendren is an Epic Troll, and his performance today on a segment of HLN’s “The Daily Share” will go down in history as one of the greatest live interview hijacks in recent memory. But we can’t say that HLN producers weren’t forewarned about what could possibly happen;... Read more...
At long last, key Apple entertainment services are available in China. The company announced today that its Apple Music, iTunes Movies, and iBooks are all available for download in China. The move is a victory for Apple, which has already seen success with sales of its apps and other content in China. “Customers in... Read more...
Wireless carriers hate unlimited data plans with a passion. While they were a nice perk back in the days of the original iPhone when customers were stuck on slow EDGE (and later 3G) connections, carriers quickly found out that it could squeeze more from customers by selling them buckets of data instead. Verizon... Read more...
It's sure been a busy couple of weeks for Volkswagen, but not for good reasons. On the 18th, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) revealed that Volkswagen had been cheating on its emissions tests, which is an incredibly serious offense. Similar to what we've seen in the past from certain computer hardware... Read more...
It's hard to believe that anyone would think that a $1.3 billion roll out of iPads to students would be a good idea, or deliver the kind of return-of-investment to warrant it, but it's apparent that a Los Angeles school district did. Earlier this year, we reported on how the pilot program failed spectacularly... Read more...
Those calling on Apple to unify its mobile and desktop operating systems might be in for a long wait. During a discussion with Aaron Levie, CEO of Box, Apple boss Tim Cook made it clear that he has no intention of combining iOS with OS X, which probably means a touchscreen iMac or MacBook isn't in the cards either. "We don't believe in Read more...
Over the weekend, we were amazed to see some adventurous folks dunk their brand new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus smartphones into bowls of water. Amazingly, the iPhones were able to survive water immersion for over an hour without any ill effects. The display, speakers, audio ports and buttons of the phones were all... Read more...
Welcome back for another installment of HOT deals, direct from our friends at TechBargains. On tap for you all today, we have deals on a Dell Inspiron 15 Skylake-based laptop with touch and discrete AMD graphics, a Sharp LC-48LE653U 48-Inch 1080p 60Hz Smart LED TV, a WD My Cloud 4TB personal cloud and more. Full... Read more...
After generally underwhelming the masses with its previous smartwatch efforts, Samsung looks to have a winner on its hands with the Gear S2 and Gear S2 Classic. And if you’ve been eagerly waiting to get your hands on Samsung’s latest wearables, you’ll be happy to learn that you’ll have the opportunity to purchase them... Read more...
Logitech just made a splash in the home camera market with the introduction of its Logi Circle, a portable camera that's somewhat similar to Nest's Dropcam. Both cost the same at $200 MSRP, but unlike Dropcam, the Logi Circle is portable and rechargeable, allowing you to take it from room to room for up to three hours... Read more...
There's a new system update available for PlayStation 4 consoles, firmware update 3.00. It's the same one that Sony made available in beta form at the beginning of the month, which among other things gives PS Plus members a tenfold increase in online storage capacity. That brings the total to 10GB, which gamers can... Read more...
Attention binge watchers, TiVo invites you to "give commercials the finger" with its new Bolt set-top DVR. It's a play on words that describes Bolt's ability to skip entire commercial breaks with the single press of a button, at least in some cases. It's part of TiVo's new "SkipMode" feature, which allows Bolt to... Read more...
NVIDIA has been a champion of game streaming for a number of years now. Whether it be from a GeForce GTX-equipped PC to one of its SHIELD devices or from its cloud-based GRID beta service to a SHIELD, NVIDIA has been at the forefront of game streaming for a quite a while. Today though, NVIDIA is kicking its game streaming business up a few Read more...
“At what point do you tip over from visionary to supervillain, and where are you building your secret mountain lair,” Stephen Colbert jokingly asked Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk earlier this month during a taping of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Well, now we know the answer… Elon Musk is truly a... Read more...