Alzheimer’s disease is where the memories of the person is slowly destroyed over time along with other important mental functions, and while a cure for the disease is still being worked on, Samsung hopes to do its part by trying to slow its side effects down by as much as possible through a smartphone app. Read full post →Samsung Helps Develop App That Slows Down Alzheimer’s Side Effects



skyrim_paid_modLast week Valve announced that modders will be able to start selling their mods on Steam and price it any way they see fit. It seemed like a good idea as it helps to consolidate the mods into a single location and help make developers some money for their efforts as well. However there was a copyright issue that was raised that resulted in one mod being voluntarily removed, which led to the question of how will Valve deal with such instances in the future.

In fact some gamers weren’t too happy with the idea of such mods in the first place and believed that gamers who are appreciative should just donate money instead of being forced to pay for it. So as it stands, the community does seem a bit divided on the whole issue. That being said Valve’s Gabe Newell recently took to Reddit where he addressed some of the concerns gamers had about the idea of paid-for mods. Read full post →Valve Will Pull Paid-For Mods If They’re Bad For The Community



silent hillsYesterday we reported that following the pulling of P.T. from the PlayStation Store, it has been speculated that the main game itself had been cancelled. This was “confirmed” by actor Norman Reedus and was also supposedly mentioned by the game’s co-director Guillermo del Toro. None of this was official but according to a Q&A issued by Konami to Eurogamer, we guess it more or less answers some of the questions we’ve had.

According to Konami, it seems that their contract with Reedus has expired which is why they are planning on removing his image from the Silent Hills website. Based on this we can only assume that either they have cancelled the game which is why they don’t need Reedus anymore, or they might have gone with a different actor to portray the game’s protagonist. Read full post →Konami Issues Q&A On The Future Of Silent Hills


dropbox notesEarlier this month we reported that Dropbox was testing some kind of online service called Project Composer. More details of that service has since emerged and it has been officially unveiled as Dropbox Notes. However at the moment the service is still in its beta phase and participation is by invite-only, although users can request for one.

Unfortunately not much is known about the service for now but it seems to be somewhat similar to Google Docs, at least based on the screenshot above. In the image, you can clearly see that there are at least two people who are editing the document at the same time. This is a feature of Google Docs where users can edit the same document simultaneously, thus fostering collaboration amongst its users. Read full post →Dropbox Notes Wants To Take Google Docs On


Vivo-X5Pro-32Mp-front-cameraSelfies are all the rage these days and it seems that smartphone OEMs and even camera companies are starting to create products that will appeal to users who enjoy taking selfies. For instance Vivo is said to be working on a new phone in the form of the X5 Pro and according to a recent teaser posted by the company, its front-facing camera is no joke.

Assuming we got the details right, it seems that the Vivo X5 Pro’s front-facing camera will be that of a 32MP sensor. Yes, you read that right, its front camera will have a higher resolution than the majority of smartphones out there. In fact its 32MP resolution also means that it has a resolution higher than some compact cameras in the market today, that’s insane! Read full post →Vivo’s Upcoming Smartphone Will Pack A 32MP Selfie Camera


android wear gear 2The Samsung Gear 2 is a smartwatch from Samsung that was launched early last year. It ran Samsung’s own smartwatch platform instead of Android Wear which is fine if you’re perfectly happy with the default features of the watch. However if you’re looking for more app compatibility, Android Wear appears to be the natural choice here.

Now the good news for Samsung Gear 2 owners is that if you wished the device ran Android Wear instead of Samsung’s own smartwatch platform, you’re in luck as XDA developer biktor_gj has successfully managed to port Android Wear over onto the smartwatch. This was the result of about four months worth of work and it seems that progress is a tad slow. Read full post →Android Wear Successfully Ported Onto The Samsung Gear 2


With devices like the Oculus Rift, gamers are already experiencing a more immersive form of gameplay where their view is the entire game and its world, as opposed to just staring at a computer monitor or TV. However it seems in a bid to make these games feel even more realistic, an engineering team at Rice University have created a glove that allows gamers to “feel” objects within the game.

Dubbed the Hands Omni glove, the device relies on haptic feedback to provide gamer with the feeling of touching something inside the game. According to one of the students working on the project, Thor Walker, “What we’ve made is a glove that uses air to inflate bladders underneath your fingers. So you can hook this up to a video game and when you reach out and grab a virtual object, it feels like you’re actually grabbing that object.” Read full post →Hands Omni Haptic Glove Lets Gamers “Feel” Virtual Objects


system_on_carAt the moment the headlights of our cars help to illuminate the roads we are driving on at night, and while there are some cars with smarter headlights that will be able to follow the car’s turning around bends, Carnegie Mellon University’s researchers have come up with even smarter headlights that could make its way into vehicles in the future.

These smarter headlights are basically programmable headlights that will help aid the driver in all sorts of situations. For example the researchers are working getting it to avoid illuminating raindrops or snowflakes in poor weather, and can even help to reduce glare when the high beam is being used. It will also be able to detect the lane you are driving on and illuminate it more brightly compared to adjacent lanes. Read full post →Car Headlights Of The Future Could Do More Than Just Illuminate


DRONE212At one point in time growing up, having our parents drop us off at school, kiss us, hug us, and fuss over us can be a bit embarrassing especially in front of your friends, but it looks like this dad from Knoxville, Tennessee has taken home the award as the world’s most embarrassing dad through his antics of following his daughter to school via a drone.

Chris Early, the dad in question, was told one day by his 8-year old daughter Katie that she wanted to walk to school on her own. According to Early who spoke to WVLT, “She said you’re not going to come watch me, but I had another idea,” and boy what an idea that was. He decided that if he could not be there to watch her, he’d have a drone fly above her and ensure that she got to school safe. Read full post →Dad Follows Daughter To School Via Drone


Xperia P2Recently Sony announced the Sony Xperia Z4 handset but oddly enough its launch was limited to just Japan. We later heard rumors that the Xperia Z4 is a Japan-only handset and that another flagship for the rest of the world was on its way, and if the recent rumors are to be believed, that handset could very well be the Sony Xperia P2.

Specs and dimensions of the Xperia P2 were recently posted onto a Chinese website. It’s hard to tell if these specs and dimensions are the real deal, so take it with a grain of salt for now. That being said, its specs do seem to point towards it being a high-end device. For starters it is said to sport a 5.2-inch Full HD display. Read full post →Sony Xperia P2 Is The Company’s Flagship For The Rest Of The World?