verizon-logo-stone-wallAre you looking forward to the HTC One M9 or the Samsung Galaxy S6? As you might recall, both handsets are expected to be made available come 10th of April, but the good news is that both handsets can now be pre-ordered from Verizon as per our previous report, so if you had your eye on either handset just pop on over to Verizon’s website for the details.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 will be offered in three different storage sizes ranging from 32GB up to 128GB. The 32GB will cost $199.99 with a two-year contract, or $24.99 a month for two years with the Verizon Edge plan. For those who would rather have the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, it will be slightly pricier at $299.99 for the 32GB model or $29.16 on the Verizon Edge plan for the next 24 months. Read full post →Samsung Galaxy S6, HTC One M9 Available For Pre-Order From Verizon



Sometimes typing out long sentences on a keyboard can be rather tiresome compared to just saying it out loud, so Google does what Google does best by trying to find a way to help make your life more efficient. What Google Japan has come up with is a rather novel way of typing through the use of a party horn. Read full post →Google Japan Unveils Keyboardless Keyboard With Party Horn Accessory



Selfie sticks are pretty straightforward devices – attach your phone at the end, take a selfie, and you’re done. However there are more elaborate sticks with Bluetooth controls that let you take photos remotely instead of having to rely on a timer, but it looks like that isn’t enough for Motorola as they have recently debuted the Moto Selfie Stick. Read full post →Motorola Debuts Customizable Selfie Stick


We’re not sure how many of you guys remember MS-DOS from back in the day, but if you do, you might be interested to learn that Microsoft has launched MS-DOS mobile which they’re hoping will become an alternative to the Windows Phone platform. Before you start freaking out, we’re kidding, although Microsoft has indeed launched a MS-DOS app for its Windows Phone platform. Read full post →Microsoft Launches MS-DOS Mobile As A Windows Phone Alternative


Apple and Samsung are rivals, needless to say, so we’re sure everyone is wondering just how well does the iPhone 6 compare against the Samsung Galaxy S6 in terms of speed? Sure there are plenty of benchmarks and tests that have been done, but if you’re looking for a more real world example, YouTube channel Android GameE has put together a video that shows off the speed of both phones. Read full post →iPhone 6 Versus Samsung Galaxy S6 In Speed Test


A few days ago we reported that it was possible that the new “game changing” product that OnePlus was planning on launching could be a drone. As it turns out it looks like all the speculation was right on the money as the company has officially announced the OnePlus DR-1 drone, although we’re not sure what exactly it is about the DR-1 that makes it a game changer per se.

The OnePlus DR-1 drone is tiny we’ll give it that. It spans about 70mm wide which should have no problems fitting in your palm or slipping into a bag, or maybe a pocket if you have extra baggy pants. However what’s disappointing is that a controller will still be needed to control the drone versus using a smartphone app so it’s not as portable as we thought. Read full post →OnePlus DR-1 Drone Launched On Company’s Website


Modern Edison Bulbs

We all know that Edison Bulbs suck more energy in comparison to the energy efficient LEDs, but somehow, LEDs fail to add the same ambience to the room as the Edison Bulbs. With time energy saving has become a priority in most of the households and due to which Edison Bulbs have taken a backseat.

Interestingly, a London-based design label Buster & Punch, has come up with a stylish way to have the best of energy saving LEDs and mood-enhancing Edison bulbs. The company has recently launched LED light bulbs that are almost identical to the Edison bulbs that we all love. Read full post →Modern Edison Bulbs Running On Power Saving LEDs


app storeBack in the day when smartphone apps were relatively new, there were many smartphone owners who had pages upon pages of random apps, but it looks like as time has moved on, the market has matured and according to data collected by market research firm Gartner, it seems that smartphone users these days have become more discerning about the apps they use.

This isn’t to say that the demand of apps has gone down. In fact Gartner’s research director Brian Blau states that smartphone users are just as excited about new apps as they were before, but instead of simply downloading and using any new app that pops up, users must now be convinced of its value. Read full post →Smartphone Users Become More Discerning About The Apps They Use


apple-pay-002One of the reasons why Apple Pay has gotten the amount of attention it did is because not only is it an Apple product which generates a ton of interest on its own, but also its ease of use in which users just need to tap their phone against the payment terminal, hold their finger against Touch ID to verify themselves, and the process is done!

However despite the seemingly ease of use, it seems that it has been running into issues. According to research conducted by Phoenix Marketing International, they found that 66% of Apple Pay users encountered some kind of problem while using the service to pay for their goods. This was either due to the terminals not working, transactions taking too long to process, and the general inability of cashiers to help customers who needed assistance with Apple Pay. Read full post →Apple Pay Reportedly Running Into Issues At The Checkout Counter


apple-carplayLast year when Apple announced CarPlay, they also announced support for third-party music apps such as iTunes Radio, Spotify, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, and more, but oddly enough Pandora was missing from that list. At that time Pandora stated that they were working with other OEMs but the good news is that it looks like Pandora will be finally arriving for CarPlay. Read full post →Pandora Is Finally Coming To Apple’s CarPlay