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Dropping your smartphone can be a very expensive accident if you happen to crack the screen. There are plenty of cases out there that protect smartphones from drops and bumps, but a German engineering student named Philip Frenzel from Aalen University designed a slick smartphone case that could well be the... Read more...
Samsungs Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ flagships are highly anticipated, and will officially begin shipping on April 21st (if youre a T-Mobile customer, you might be receiving your smartphone any day now). Today, were learning from a new report that Samsung wants to ensure that Galaxy S8 owners have quick and easy access... Read more...
On the desktop, a4K resolution isn't just hard on our graphics cards;it can be hard on our eyeballs as well. When the first 4K monitors hit the market, most of them used similar form-factors as 1440p models, despite needing to cram way more pixels into that space. Speaking from experience, 4K on a 28" monitor can be... Read more...
Say what you will about the management style of Steve Jobs and the many accounts of his character, behind all the personality quirks was a marketing genius, one that truly understood what would excite the consumer. That was more evident than ever when Apple unveiled its first iPhone model 10 years ago to the day... Read more...
It seems as though the hits keep coming for Apple with regards to its 2016 MacBook Pro notebooks. The notebooks were announced in October, and customers began taking delivery shortly afterwards. It didnt take long for customers to start complaining about poor battery life, which shouldnt be too surprising given the... Read more...
Apple is a company that rarely likes to admit to faults with its products. The company is often dragged kicking and screaming to public disclosures, and even when it does fess up, it often states that the issues affect a small number of users. However, even Apple couldnt ignore the clout of Consumer Reports, which... Read more...
The hashtag #YouTubeIsOver is currently fluttering all over Twitter. Many content creators are up in arms over YouTubes alleged censorship and have taken to all forms of social media to air their grievances. Has YouTubes censorship rules actually changed in the last few days? Who is affected by the censorship? How did... Read more...
Some people have the ability to light up a room just by their very presence. So can you, says Philips, when you use its Hue gen 2 app for iOS and Android. The new generation app for the company's smart lighting system gives you better control over your home illumination along with some intuitive ways of... Read more...
Nintendo shocked us all last week when it revealed the tiny NES Classic Edition console, which fits in the palm of your hand. The announcement of the console came hot on the heels of Pokmon Gos release in the United States, which has made Nintendo the hottest name in gaming for the past two weeks (while at the same... Read more...
If you thought that United States intelligence and law enforcement agencies around the country were incredibly adamant about spying on its citizens (going to extreme lengths to do so), you havent seen anything yet. Across the pond, the Campaigners Privacy International filed a formal complaint against the UKs GCHQ... Read more...
It was a ho-ho-hot holiday season for Apple and its App Store, which set new records in the two weeks covering Christmas and New Year's. In the two-week time period leading up to January 3, iOS and Mac OS X users spent a combined $1.1 billion on apps and in-app purchases, setting back-to-back weekly records for both... Read more...
Early last month we first brought you news of Toshibas handsome Satellite Radius 12 convertible. Besides the fact that the convertible is sporting the versatile new Windows 10 operating system, we were immediately drawn to its 12.5-inch display, which is bursting with 4K goodness (it sports a 3840x2160 resolution and... Read more...
Its been rumored for quite some time, but Apple is now ready to unleash some 4K goodness on its entry-level iMac all-in-ones. The new 21.5-inch iMac can be equipped with an optional Retina 4K display that has a screen resolution of 4096x2304, which delivers over 9 million pixels, which is 4.5 times more than whats... Read more...
Apple sticks the same tried and true script when it comes to new product launches, especially the iPhone. It consists of unveiling a faster device with improved specs, some feature upgrades, and one standout feature that will make existing iPhone owners feel as though their relatively new device is already obsolete... Read more...
The holiday season for video games has had a rough time. With games such as Assassin’s Creed: Unity getting poor reviews and Halo: The Master Chief Collection suffering from matchmaking issues, it’s not shaping up very well. However, Dragon Age: Inquisition, which hasn’t been released yet, is turning... Read more...
By his own admission, Apple CEO Tim Cook is gay. It seems silly that such a thing could make headlines, but the reality is, we live in an era where coming out as being gay can have a profound impact, especially by a person in power. In this case, that person is one of the most recognizable figures in the technology sector and in charge of... Read more...
Given all the pre-release hype and anticipation leading up to its release, Destiny may have been destined to become the biggest new video game franchise launch in history, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's well executed. In fact, several early reviews have some unflattering things to say about the game, most of... Read more...
Owning a MacBook Air just got a little more affordable thanks to Apple's latest refresh, which also feature faster Haswell processors to boot. Each model is $100 less expensive than before, with cost of entry into the MacBook Air club starting at $899. That gets you the 11-inch model with an Intel Core i5 dual-core... Read more...
Apple is a company that's constantly in motion -- if it's not launching new products, then it's refreshing existing ones and tweaking its lineup. Such is the case at present starting with Apple's decision to snuff out the iPad 2 and replace it with the resurrected iPad 4, which the Cupertino company had discontinued... Read more...
Once you hit your thirties, you begin to realize that the older you get, the better you used to be. You start to embellish your stories of past accomplishments and eventually that game tying layup in the third quarter of your high school basketball's regular season game becomes a slam dunk in triple overtime against... Read more...
It was widely expected that Apple would refresh its iPad tablet family today, and the Cupertino company didn't disappoint. What you might be surprised to find out, however, is that Apple didn't unveil an iPad 5. Not technically, anyway. Because the new 9.7-inch tablet is so much thinner, lighter, and faster than... Read more...
Apple may be smitten with mobile products like its iPad and fancy new iPhones, but it hasn't completely turned its back on systems. Just the opposite, the Cupertino company today announced that it updated its iMac line with Intel's 4th Generation Core processors (Haswell), new graphics, the latest Wi-Fi technology... Read more...
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