When Apple announced ARKit, they also revealed that they had partnered up with several companies to create augmented reality (AR) apps such as IKEA where they launched their “Place” app for iOS devices. The app was initially exclusive to iOS devices but now it looks like it is available for Android devices as well. Read full post →IKEA’s AR ‘Place’ App Is Now Available On Android

While Instagram lets users share Instagram posts onto social media networks like Facebook or to Messenger, users can’t actually reshare these posts on Instagram itself. Users have had to turn to third-party software to do that, although we have heard that the company could be testing out an official method. Read full post →Instagram Testing Quoted Stories Feature For Resharing

If massive battle royale type of games are your thing, you might be interested to learn that Tencent’s PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) is now available on mobile where if you live in the US and Canada, you’ll be able to get your hands on the game for both iOS and Android devices, where presumably it will also eventually make its way to other countries. Read full post →PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Is Now Out For Mobile Devices

Back in the day feature phones were built like tanks where dropping them several times weren’t an issue and we did not have to worry so much about cracked displays or crack chassis (think Nokia 3310). However these days high-end flagship phones are designed to look amazing, but it seems that companies might have forsaken durability for design. Read full post →SquareTrade Tests The Samsung Galaxy S9’s Breakability

It seems to be a trend these days where we are seeing companies offer a modern take on vintage gadgets, like Nintendo who have launched the NES and SNES Classic consoles. You might have heard that Atari was attempting something similar with the Ataribox, and now it looks like we’re one step closer to seeing it made a reality. Read full post →The Ataribox Is Now The ‘Atari VCS’, Pre-Order Details Coming Soon

Uber has been testing its self-driving cars on public roads in Arizona for quite some time now and while there have been reports of its cars getting into minor accidents, they had never been involved in a fatal accident until today. A female pedestrian was killed earlier today after being struck by an autonomous Uber car in Tempe, Arizona. Tempe Police have confirmed that the car was in autonomous mode when the accident happened.
Read full post →Uber Self-Driving Car Tests Halted After Pedestrian Killed In Accident

If you watch a lot of content on YouTube then you must have surely heard about Patreon. It’s a service that lets content creators accept donations from their fans so that they can keep creating more content for them. A lot of people content creators on YouTube are now using Patreon for precisely this purpose and Facebook wants its creator community to have a similar option. Among the new creator features that it has announced today is the ability for fans to support their favorite creators by making monthly payments.
Read full post →Facebook Now Allows Fans To Support Creators With Monthly Payments

There’s a lot of excitement for the upcoming God of War title and Sony Interactive Entertainment and Sony Santa Monica are plugging into that hype today with the release of two new God of War videos that highlight the title’s gameplay and combat mechanics. Fans of this franchise will certainly know that combat is one of the most important elements of God of War so they will certainly be interested to see what improvements have been made to this element.
Read full post →New God Of War Gameplay And Combat Videos Released

Facebook wants a piece of the online gameplay streaming market that is largely dominated by Twitch and YouTube which is why the world’s largest social network has announced the launch of its new Games SDK for PC today. It has already been leading up to this announcement as Facebook has previously tested gameplay live streams for games like Overwatch. The social network has now announced direct live streaming from PC games to Facebook as well as in-game rewards for those who tune in.
Read full post →Facebook Enables Direct PC Game Streaming And Rewards

Samsung introduced a Super Slow-motion video recording mode with the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ this year that’s capable of recording slow motion video at a very impressive 960 frames per second. Sony has already been able to hit this mark with its high-end devices as well. It seems that Huawei is going to offer a similar feature on its upcoming P20 lineup. Even if it doesn’t the almost 1,000 fps mark, the latest leak hints at an improved slow-motion video recording feature. A teaser for the Huawei P20 has been leaked online today which clearly highlights the slow-motion capabilities of the camera.
Read full post →Huawei P20 Leak Hints At Improved Slow-Motion Video Recording