The majority of fitness trackers offer pretty standard fitness tracking features, such as the steps we’ve taken, distance walked/run, calories burned, and heart rate. These are considered to be “basic” functions that most people would expect from such trackers, but it is possible that in the future our trackers could become more complex and better at gathering data. Read full post →Researchers Develop Wearable That Measures Your Cortisol Levels



For a while now we have been hearing that multiplayer will be a feature that will soon be coming to Stardew Valley. The multiplayer feature is currently in testing and the good news is that if this is an update you’ve been looking forward to, you’ll be pleased to learn that you won’t have to wait much longer for it. Read full post →Stardew Valley Multiplayer Update Will Arrive August 1


No one likes cheaters, but the sad reality is that as much as developers try to prevent cheaters, there will always be cheaters in video games. Companies such as Blizzard have implemented a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to cheaters, banning them outright when caught, but Niantic appears to be taking a more lenient approach. Read full post →Niantic Introduces Three-Strike Policy For Pokemon GO Cheaters


So far for the most part, some of Nintendo games that are released are typically accompanied by a demo ahead of their release. Take for example ARMS and Mario Tennis Aces, both of which offered players a demo that they can check out and play before deciding whether or not they want to buy the game. Read full post →Nintendo Unsure On Whether Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Will Have A Demo


Being a messaging app that is used by millions upon millions of users in the world, it’s not surprising that WhatsApp also plays home to scams, spammers, and also false information. Recently the company introduced some new features to help users identify messages that have been forwarded, and now they’re taking additional steps that expands on it. Read full post →WhatsApp Taking Steps To Combat Spread Of Misinformation


Despite The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim being several years old now, Bethesda can’t seem to stop pumping out new versions of the game, whether it be a release on the Nintendo Switch or a remaster (the company claims that they will stop releasing new versions when fans stop buying it). Read full post →Bethesda Not Keen On Morrowind Remaster


Samsung typically releases two flagship phones a year. One in the early part of the year in the form of the Galaxy S series, and another in the later part of the year in the form of the Galaxy Note series. While it might seem counterintuitive to release two flagships as they might compete against each other, the Galaxy S and Note series are aimed at different kinds of users. Read full post →Samsung Galaxy S Lineup Could Be Merged With Note Series


If you have yet to jump on the PS4 Pro bandwagon and you are thinking about it, Sony might have something that could tempt you. The company has recently unveiled a limited edition Spider-Man themed PS4 Pro which we have to admit is probably one of the more striking limited edition PS4 consoles we’ve seen to date. Read full post →Limited Edition Spider-Man PS4 Pro Unveiled


Last year Netflix confirmed that there will be a second season of Iron Fist. For those who are wondering about the second season’s availability, you’ll be pleased to learn that you won’t have to wait much longer as Iron Fist’s second season will be released on the 7th of September and will be available for streaming via Netflix. Read full post →Iron Fist Season 2 Launches On Netflix September 7


It’s easy to see why The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is one of the best games around. It builds on the Zelda franchise and also introduces an open world concept to the game, something that it seemed to lack previously. It also introduced new graphics and new gameplay features, such as the ability to ride a bike. Read full post →Mario Kart 8 Deluxe: Breath of the Wild Update Released