A federal class action lawsuit has been filed in Chicago and it alleges that donations made via PayPal’s Giving Fund platform may never reach the intended charities. PayPal claims its charitable platform raised more than $7 billion last year. Giving Fund enables individuals to make donations to “over a million charities” but the lawsuit alleges that only a fraction of those charities actually see any money because they’re not registered with PayPal. It further adds that donations made to non-registered charities are held by PayPal for six months before they’re transferred to other not-for-profit organizations.
Read full post →Lawsuit Claims Donations Via PayPal Might Not Reach Intended Charities



Battlefield 1 is no doubt a great game but if you’ve read all of the reviews and seen all of the gameplay videos but still haven’t purchased it, perhaps a free trial is going to change your mind. Electronic Arts has confirmed that a Battlefield 1 free trial for Xbox One and PC will be live this weekend. You might be thinking that I missed one console but I haven’t. The free trial hasn’t been announced for the PlayStation 4 by EA.
Read full post →Battlefield 1 Free Trial For Xbox One And PC Coming This Weekend



PlayStation Plus subscribers would certainly be wondering what games they will get for free this month as part of their subscription. Sony has now gone ahead and revealed the PlayStation Plus free games for March 2017. The list has been revealed on its official U.S. PlayStation Blog. The lineup includes two titles each for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and the PlayStation Vita.
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Facebook is doing its part to help users who might be struggling with self-harm. The company today announced that it’s adding real-time self-harm prevention tools to Facebook Live and Facebook Messenger. The company also revealed that it’s testing new artificial intelligence technology which is going to help spot suicidal users by detecting whether a post they’ve shared “is very likely to include thoughts of suicide.” If such a post is flagged by the AI, it will then be checked by Facebook’s Community Operations teams and just might end up saving someone’s life.
Read full post →Facebook AI Will Spot Suicidal Users



Spotify might be one of the most widely used music streaming services on the planet but it’s not like it doesn’t have to put up with intense competition. Apple Music is giving Spotify a run for its money while Tidal, a relatively new kid on the block, is pulling users who don’t mind paying more for lossless audio streaming. According to a new report, Spotify is now preparing to launch a new tier called Spotify Hi-Fi which will cater to those who want lossless audio streaming.
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It seems Samsung can’t catch a break. Despite the fact that the company has confirmed when it’s going to officially launch its next-generation flagship smartphone, the leaks keep on coming in. We’ve already seen a couple of leaked hands-on videos and pictures of the Galaxy S8 and now we’re seeing more. The latest pictures show off Samsung’s new flagship smartphone in all its glory.

The latest leak comes from tech publication BGR which claims to have obtained actual photos of the Galaxy S8. The device we see in these pictures appears to be very similar to the renders we’ve seen so far. The bezels are absolutely minimal and there’s no home button, the device actually has on-screen buttons which according to recent reports might be customizable.

We also get to see all four sides of the handset including the ports on the bottom. As far as the specs are concerned, it’s well known that the Galaxy S8 will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor with 4GB RAM and 64GB of storage. It’s going to have a 12 megapixel Dual Pixel rear camera with a flash and fingerprint sensor placed on either side.

Additional features include a personal assistant called Bixby, a USB Type-C port, and a standard 3.5mm headphone jack. Samsung is going to officially unveil the Galaxy S8 on March 29th and that’s when we’ll know how much it costs and when it’s going to be released.



HMD Global, the Finnish company that’s making phones and slapping Nokia’s name on them, took us all on a walk down memory lane last week when it announced a successor to the original Nokia 3310 featurephone that came out over a decade ago. The new Nokia 3310 is still a featurephone but it has been updated a bit so that it’s more of a modern classic. Many would just give into nostalgia and pick one up but if you intend to do that and you’re based in the United States, think again. The new Nokia 3310 won’t be coming to the United States immediately, at least not officially, because it simply won’t be able to work in the country. It uses technology that’s not supported by carriers in the U.S.
Read full post →New Nokia 3310 Won’t Be Coming To The U.S.



Apple is rumored to conduct an event later this month to unveil new iPads and possibly new iPhone models as well. The company hasn’t confirmed anything as yet but since it normally unveils new iPads in March it’s highly likely that an event will take place this month. According to a new report, retailer Target has instructed its stores to return several iPhone SE models to Apple by today. It’s apparently doing this in anticipation of the event.
Read full post →iPhone SE Stock Being Returned By Target Ahead Of Apple’s Event


Who doesn’t like seeing trailers of sequels of blockbuster movies? They are eagerly awaited as fans remain on the lookout for more information about the new movie. To say that Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy was a hit would be an understatement. Fans have been waiting for Star-Lord’s return for quite some time now and they will be delighted to find out that the studio has released a new Guardians of the Galaxy 2 trailer online. It’s the third such trailer for this upcoming movie.
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Not too long ago, it was confirmed that some great Under Armour health and fitness apps will be brought over to the Samsung Gear S3 and Gear S2 smartwatches. The company has followed through on that today. It has released the MyFitnessPal, Endomondo, and Map My Run apps for these Samsung smartwatches. All three apps provide users with new and innovative ways of tracking their calories, runs, workouts, and fitness goals.
Read full post →MyFitnessPal, Endomondo And Map My Run Released For Gear S3 And Gear S2