One of the changes that LG introduced with the LG G6 is its display, in which LG decided that 18:9 would be its new display aspect ratio. This is something the company is predicting will become a highly adopted aspect ratio. The good news is that if you use VLC for your video watching needs, know that the app will support the LG G6. Read full post →VLC Beta For Android Updated With Support For LG G6


If you’re looking forward to seeing what kind of new wearables Fitbit might be putting out next, especially after Fitbit’s acquisition spree that saw them snap up companies such as Pebble and smartwatch maker Vector, you might be interested to learn that we could be expecting the company to soon announce what they are calling the Fitbit Alta HR. Read full post →Fitbit Alta HR Could Be The Company’s Next Fitness Tracker


[MWC 2017] At MWC 2017, Sony took the wraps off several pretty stunning devices, but in our reviews of phones like the Sony Xperia XZ Premium, one of the cons we mentioned was that there would be no fingerprint sensor for the US market. This means that everywhere else where the phone is sold will have a fingerprint sensor, save for the US. Read full post →Sony Explains Why Their US Phones Have No Fingerprint Sensors



If you’ve ever wondered why Facebook is so interested in getting into video, despite the fact that they’re kind of late to the game and there have already been established players, you wouldn’t need to look any further than YouTube. The company has recently announced that they have managed to cross a milestone of 1 billion hours of videos watched on a daily basis. Read full post →1 Billion Hours Of Videos Watched On YouTube A Day


By now we’re sure that most gamers have probably made peace with the fact that the next Overwatch playable character will not be Doomfist, but rather a child genius by the name of Efi Oladele. The company has continued to pump out teasers for the upcoming character, with the latest teaser being posted on Twitter today. Read full post →Blizzard Continues Their Tease For New Overwatch Character


[MWC 2017] Sometimes there are certain parts in town where the reception isn’t as good, or say you’re traveling outstation and your internet connection isn’t quite as stable or strong as you would like. This means that downloading apps, music, videos, and so on will be slower than usual or it might not even be possible. Read full post →Fox Testing Out Automatically Downloading Movies Onto Your Phone


So we’ve heard how airline companies have ditched traditional flight bags filled with manuals for iPads. The idea is that because all this information can be condensed into apps or PDFs that the need for physical books is past, and we guess it makes sense. However maybe ditching old technology completely for new technology isn’t such a good idea. Read full post →Skipper Crashes Boat After Relying Solely On iPad For Navigation


[MWC 2017] Following the proliferation of smartphones and seeing the success of Android and iOS, many companies decided that they too would try to create a mobile platform that would take over the industry. Unfortunately no one has really come that close, and one of those attempts was Sailfish OS by Jolla. Read full post →Jolla To Bring Its Sailfish OS Onto Sony’s Xperia Devices


If the rumors are to be believed, Apple has new iPads in the works. In fact the rumors are saying that Apple could even introduce a new iPad size in the form of a 10.5-inch model. This is interesting as Apple would have iPads whose display sizes are pretty close to each other, with the 7.9-inch model, 9.7-inch model, 10.5-inch model, and the 12.9-inch model. Read full post →Rumored 10.5-inch iPad Rumored To Sport 2224×1668 Resolution


[MWC 2017] One of the problems with drones is that typically their battery life leaves a lot to be desired. For consumer drone usage this might not be a problem, but if one is using drones to make site inspections, then this could prove to be very troublesome as it means either bringing along multiple drones, or having to constantly charge them. Read full post →Huawei Imagines Cell Towers Wirelessly Charging Drones