Li-Fi is an interesting piece of technology which is solves some of the downsides of WiFi, namely coverage and range. With WiFi, this is largely dictated by things like your router’s hardware and strength, whether or not there are walls or doors that might be blocking the WiFi signal, and so on. Read full post →Philips To Start Testing Its Li-Fi Technology In Paris

Our mobile phones are essentially computers that we can put in our pockets. They allow us to surf the web, play games, chat with our friends, edit photos, and edit videos. When it comes to video editing apps, there are quite a few to choose from, like Samsung’s Movie Maker app. However it looks like Samsung will be killing off the app. Read full post →Samsung To Kill Off Its ‘Movie Maker’ App After Android P Update

Apple is a company that prefers relying on itself if possible, at least that’s the impression that they give as they typically control both the hardware and software of its products. In fact certain hardware components are designed by Apple, like their A-series of chipsets, instead of relying on third-party companies like Qualcomm. Read full post →Apple Reportedly Looking To Develop Their Own MicroLED Screens

A couple of years ago when Activision announced Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, they also announced Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, which as the name implies is a remaster of Modern Warfare. For those who enjoyed the remaster, you might be interested to learn that Modern Warfare 2 Remastered could be in the works. Read full post →Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered Listing Spotted

The other day it was reported that Konami’s Super Bomberman R will be coming to the Xbox One. This left the question of whether or not it would make its way to other platforms as well, and the good news is that it will because it looks like the game will be headed onto the PS4 and PC as well. Read full post →Super Bomberman R Will Be Coming To PC & PS4 Too

While microtransactions in video games are becoming increasingly common, it seems that EA’s plans for microtransactions might have been the straw that broke the camel’s back as it caused quite a fair amount of controversy. So much so that EA decided to temporarily suspend the game’s microtransactions. Read full post →Star Wars Battlefront 2’s Microtransactions Are Back

We know that there is a proper Pokemon RPG in development for the Nintendo Switch, but the question is when will it arrive? Some have speculated that it could as early as this year, while others believe it might only arrive next year. However thanks to a recent job listing on Glassdoor (which has since been taken down), we might have a better idea of the game’s status. Read full post →Job Listing Hints At Development Status Of Pokemon RPG For Switch

We have heard that YouTube plans on bringing on board more human moderators to its platform, where instead of relying purely on their filters, these human moderators will catch to help content that might have slipped past. However it seems that YouTube definitely needs to step things up, according to a report from Business Insider. Read full post →YouTube Kids Has Been Suggesting Conspiracy Videos To Children

Despite reports that Ubisoft might stop releasing Assassin’s Creed titles on an annual basis, that doesn’t really seem to be the case because not only might we be getting a new Assassin’s Creed title this year, but it looks like another title has been planned for 2019 and this time the game is expected to take place in Greece. Read full post →Next Assassin’s Creed Rumored To Take Place In Greece, Coming In 2019

There are probably a ton of apps on the Google Play Store that haven’t been updated since their release, and possibly for years. Maybe the developer has forsaken the app, or maybe the app is simple enough where despite the various updates to Android, it still works. However that will change with Android P. Read full post →Android P Will Prevent Apps Built For Android 4.1 Or Lower From Running