As its name indicates, the Samsung round is a 360-degree high-resolution camera built to shoot Virtual Reality (VR) footage. It has 17 lenses to shoot in stereo from 8 different viewpoints (2×8) and one lens looking straight up, to avoid severe distortion at the top. Read full post →Samsung 360 Round, A Powerful VR Video Camera

Bixby, Samsung’s voice assistant, was launched in version 1.0 with the Galaxy S8 six months ago is going to be updated to 2.0 soon. Announced at the Samsung Developer Conference (SDC) today, the new version will be much better and extend well beyond smartphones. Read full post →Samsung Bixby 2.0: Beyond Smartphones

Lego confirmed earlier this year that it was building a “Women of NASA” set. The idea was actually submitted to the company by Maia Weinstock, the MIT deputy news editor, in its Lego Ideas competition. The set is ready now and will soon be available for purchase. Lego has confirmed that the Women of NASA set will be sold starting next month.
Read full post →Lego Women Of NASA Set Available From November 1st

The age-old method of finding out how many people watched a particular program on TV no longer get the job done. That’s because millions of people have cut the cord and moved to online streaming services. It’s important to count those numbers as well to get a true sense of how many people watched a particular show. Nielsen is now going to track TV audiences on online streaming services as well.
Read full post →Nielsen Will Now Track TV Audiences On Netflix

It has been almost a year since the Surface Dial accessory was released by Microsoft for its Surface Studio all-in-one computer. There aren’t a lot of apps out there that have support for this accessory but more are gradually being added to the list. Adobe Photoshop was one of the apps that users wanted most to get support for the Surface Dial. It has now been confirmed that Adobe’s flagship software now gets along very well with the Microsoft Surface Dial.
Read full post →Adobe Photoshop Gets Microsoft Surface Dial Support

The Snapchat dancing hotdog was introduced earlier this year when the app introduced augmented reality filters. It’s a 3D rendering of a smiling hot dog that’s wearing headphones and dancing to some wicked tunes. It took the world by storm and now it’s going to make an impression at Halloween. Snap, the company that owns Snapchat, is actually selling a smiling hot dog costume on Amazon for $80.
Read full post →Snapchat Dancing Hot Dog Costume Now Available For $80 On Amazon

HTC is expected to launch a slightly improved version of its U11 flagship smartphone in a couple of weeks. There have already been many rumors about the HTC U11 Plus, it’s said to be the bezel-less version of the flagship that HTC released earlier this year. According to a new rumor, the HTC U11 Plus is going to tout a 4,000mAh battery.
Read full post →HTC U11 Plus 4,000mAh Battery Rumored

Motorola has made a Moto Mod that brings the power of Alexa to its Moto Z phones. However, the module costs more than what you can get an actual Echo device for. The Alexa speaker Moto Mod is going to cost $150, which begs the question, why not just buy the $99 Echo?
Read full post →Motorola’s Alexa Moto Mod Costs $150

Monument Valley is one of the most beautiful smartphone games that you’ll ever play. I’m not really into smartphone gaming but this is a title that held my attention well for hours. It came as a bit of a surprise when the game’s developer confirmed in June this year that the title’s sequel will be released this year. Monument Valley 2 was an iOS-exclusive at launch but developer Ustwo has now confirmed the Monument Valley 2 release date for Android.
Read full post →Monument Valley 2 Android Release Date Confirmed

Google makes a pretty robust email app for mobile devices. The Gmail for iOS app is limited to Google accounts, though, but it looks like this is going to change soon. Google has confirmed that it’s testing support for third-party accounts on Gmail for iOS. This will enable the app to function more like the native Mail app on Apple’s mobile devices.
Read full post →Google Testing Third-Party Account Support For Gmail On iOS