youtube_recommended_notificationsLast month it was revealed that one of the new features YouTube added to its Android app was the ability to add videos from its notifications to the “Watch Later” list. However according to a report from Android Police, it looks like YouTube’s notifications are starting to take things a little too far. Read full post →YouTube For Android Will Now Notify Users About Recommended Videos


apple_logoLast week we reported that in the latest iOS update, some users have reported that their iPhones were bricked after updating to it. The reason is because these users were found to have gotten their phones repaired from unofficial parties that might have affected the Touch ID component on the phone. Read full post →Apple Hit With Class Action Lawsuit Over “Error 53”


snapdragon wear 2100As it stands, Qualcomm provides chipsets for several different smartwatches, like the 2nd gen Moto 360, the ASUS Zenwatch 2, the Huawei Watch, and so on. These devices are powered by Snapdragon chipsets and so will future wearables, except that in the future, we can expect them to be powered by the Snapdragon Wear 2100. Read full post →Qualcomm Announces Snapdragon Wear 2100 Chipset For Wearables



foursquare deliveryAs you might have heard, Uber has expanded beyond just ferrying people around, to ferrying food around and right to your doorstep. Now it looks like Foursquare wants in on the action as well. While the app started out as a service that allowed users to check into locations they have visited, the platform has evolved over the years to providing reviews of said places, and now they want to deliver you your food as well. Read full post →Foursquare Wants In On The Food Delivery Business


privacyWhen you setup your new phone, you might be prompted to enable location tracking. This isn’t so much that companies care where you are all the time, but more so because some apps will need your location for it to work, like Google Maps, Waze, Foursquare, public transportation applications, and more. Read full post →Turning Your Phone On Apparently Means You Consent To Being Tracked


pandora_main_610x336It was just last November that Pandora announced that they would be acquiring Rdio’s assets for $75 million. If anything, it sounded as if the company was doing pretty well for themselves and were just acquiring one of their competitors in the music streaming scene. However a report from the New York Times has suggested that Pandora could actually be trying to sell themselves. Read full post →Pandora Reportedly Considering Selling Itself


fb_messenger_multi_accountSeveral days ago, Instagram made multiple account support official. This means that from a menu, users will be able to access different Instagram accounts at once, as opposed to having to login and logout, which can be troublesome and time consuming. Now according to a report from Android Police, Facebook Messenger could be gaining a similar feature as well. Read full post →Facebook Messenger Could Get Multiple Account Support As Well


google-cardboard-002Recently the rumors of Google working on new virtual reality hardware have been making their rounds, but it was unclear as to whether Google was simply trying to create their own Cardboard headset, or if they were aiming for something like the Oculus Rift. Turns out that it is neither, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal. Read full post →Google Developing Standalone VR Headset [Rumor]


If you have any friends who are particularly mischievous or who enjoy pulling pranks, you might want to not hand them your iPhone anytime soon. It has recently been discovered that by changing your iOS device’s time to the 1st of January, 1970, it will cause your device to brick which essentially renders it useful. Read full post →This iOS Time/Date Bug Will Brick Your Phone


geekbench-tab-s3Samsung certainly has its fair share of tablets in the past, and the South Korean conglomerate does not look as though they are going to stop rolling out tablets anytime soon. In fact, it looks like new additions to the Tab S series have appeared on Geekbench and GFXBench, which could suggest an unveiling at Mobile World Congress which is happening later this month, and if that happens, then they would most probably be unveiled with the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge models in tow.

Read full post →Benchmarks Suggest New Samsung Tab Series