With there being some bad blood between Apple and Qualcomm, it did not come as a surprise to learn that Apple might be looking to source certain components from other companies. After all that’s one of the reasons why Apple turned to TSMC for their chipset production instead of Samsung, and why Apple was also rumored to be looking at LG for OLEDs. Read full post →Apple Expected To Continue Sourcing From Qualcomm For 2018 iPhones

One of the upsides to hotels using key cards is that they are programmable. This means that in the event a guest loses a key card or if the card is damaged, it is easily replaceable. They are also interchangeable which means that any card can be programmed for any room. The downside? They are hackable. Read full post →Hackers Create A Master Key That Can Unlock Millions Of Hotel Rooms

According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, it appears that Huawei is under criminal investigation over the Iran sanctions. The report does not share much details save for the fact that Huawei is under investigation, so it is unclear as to whether or not this could be the same sanctions that ZTE was accused of violating. Read full post →Huawei Reportedly Investigated Over Iran Sanctions

The debate surrounding loot boxes is still ongoing, but over in Belgium, it seems to be pretty cut and dry where the authorities have ruled that loot boxes are considered illegal. Prior to this the government had spoken up about it and proposed that because loot boxes are a form of gambling (in their opinion at least), they should be banned. Read full post →Belgium Has Ruled That Loot Boxes In Games Are Illegal

Given how long Ford has been making cars, over the years they have built up a portfolio consisting of several models catered to different customers and uses. However it seems that the company is streamlining its portfolio considerably, at least as far as the North American market is concerned. Read full post →Ford To Stop Selling Most Of Its Cars In North America

At the moment Facebook is free, but one of the ways they make money is by selling ad space to companies who will then market their products to users based on user preference, likes, and so on. However if you could opt out of ads by paying a subscription every month, is that something you might be interested in doing? Read full post →Sheryl Sandberg Claims Facebook ‘Thought About’ Paid Subscriptions

One of the favorite ways that we’re seeing hackers try to infect Mac computers is through fake Flash installers. Basically it will create a popup that tells the user that they will need to install the latest version of Adobe’s Flash Player and given that for the most part it has been designed to look like the genuine article, it’s not surprised that some fall for it. Read full post →New Fake Flash Player Installer For Mac Discovered

According to a recent report, it was suggested that the OnePlus 6 could be announced on the 18th of May. It turns out that the report was almost accurate because OnePlus has since officially announced when their next flagship phone will be launched and it will be taking place on the 16th of May. Read full post →OnePlus 6 Confirmed For May 16 Announcement

If you’re looking for a new mobile browser, Opera might have you covered. The company has launched a variety of browsers designed for mobile in the past but it looks like they’re not done in their quest to create the ultimate mobile experience. This has resulted in their latest efforts in the form of the Opera Touch. Read full post →Opera ‘Touch’ Is The Company’s Latest Browser For Mobile

Earlier this month the folks at AOC unveiled a new ultrawide gaming monitor with support for NVIDIA’s G-Sync. No doubt this is great news for those with NVIDIA gaming rigs, but what if you’re more of an AMD gamer? Not to worry because AOC has since launched a new monitor with support for AMD’s FreeSync 2 tech. Read full post →AOC Unveils New Monitor With FreeSync 2 Support