Thanks to calculators, solving mathematical equations both complicated and simple is a piece of cake. However sometimes solving equations can take a while as you might have to enter long equations and their symbols into the calculator, and mistyping a symbol or missing a bracket could result in the wrong answer.

Well that’s what apps such as PhotoMath are for. The app has been designed to allow users to solve mathematical equations by pointing their phone’s camera at the equation and the app will solve it for you. In fact the app will also be able to break down the steps it took to solve the equation if you’re interested in the process rather than the answer. Read full post →PhotoMath App Scans And Calculates Equations With Your Phone’s Camera



moto 360 smartwatch review 1 640x426The problem with smartwatches these days is that their battery life isn’t that good. Granted smartwatches are still relatively new technology and we guess there’s still quite a bit of work left to be done. Now last we heard, the Moto 360 had been given an update which improved its battery life.

From the reports we’ve heard, this was a much welcome update. Well the good news is that if you’re after more battery improvements, Motorola has recently announced another updated in which battery efficiency will be improved even more. This comes in the form of a smart battery saving mode which detects when you smartwatch has hit 15% battery levels. Read full post →New Moto 360 Update Adds More Battery Improvements



homeboy 640x426There are probably many different types of home security cameras available in the market today, but if you’re looking for an alternative, perhaps the Homeboy could be worth checking out. Designed by Mark Richards who was frustrated after having his home burglarized for the third time, the Homeboy is a tiny home surveillance camera that mounts on the wall or ceiling via magnets.

In a way this allows users to pretty much place the camera wherever they want and can shift it around as needed. All they’d need to do is install the base on the wall or ceiling or wherever they want, and they can easily mount/dismount the device as needed. The Homeboy also comes with a battery life of three months so you won’t have to worry about it running out of juice anytime soon. Read full post →Homeboy Security Camera Mounts On Your Walls/Ceiling With Magnets


retina imac macpro 64bit october 2014 singlecore 640x452Apple’s Mac Pro has been designed for power-users in mind where those users might have the need for high-end components and powerful hardware to edit videos, music, photos, or run applications that might require a lot of processing/graphics power. As for the iMac, these desktop systems have mainly been designed for regular users, but recent benchmark sightings have suggested that power-users might be interested in the new Retina iMacs.

As noted by John Poole of Primate Labs, it seems that the 27-inch Retina iMac with an Intel Core i7-4790K clocked at 4.0GHz has managed to outperform the low-end Mac Pro with an Intel Xeon E5-1620 v2 clocked at 3.7GHz. However it should be pointed out that this is only for single-core performance and that for multi-core performance, the Mac Pros for the most part have trumped the iMac. Read full post →5K Retina iMac Surpasses Base Mac Pro Model In Benchmarks


Remember earlier this year we saw a video of an alleged hoverboard in action? We were a bit skeptical of its legitimacy at first and our doubts were proven true when it turned out to be a hoax. That being said, another hoverboard called the Hendo by Greg and Jill Henderson, has appeared and is being crowdfunded on Kickstarter, but this time it looks like it is the real deal.

Now before you get too excited at the idea of zipping down the streets on it like Marty McFly of Back to the Future fame, there are some caveats regarding the device. This is based on the accounts from, publications such as the New York Times and The Verge who actually managed to ride the device. Read full post →The Hoverboard Is Finally Here, Sort Of


hearthstone 640x308Apple’s free-to-play digital card game Hearthstone is currently only available on computers and tablets like the iPad. It is not available for mobile devices like smartphones, nor is it available for the Android platform – yet. According to Blizzard, it looks like they have decided to delay the release of Hearthstone for the iPhone and Android phones to 2015.

This was confirmed on Blizzard’s Hearthstone blog where Blizzard wrote, “We’re also close to having Hearthstone out to our iPhone and Android phone users, but it’s become clear that we need a little more time to get that version right. While we have a build up and running internally, it needs a bit more work, and we don’t feel like we’ll be ready to share it with you until early next year.” Read full post →Hearthstone For iPhone And Android Phones Delayed To 2015


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Yesterday Apple released iOS 8.1 and with it Apple Pay went live. The new payments service can be used to make purchases online, in applications as well as at physical stores although the service has been launched in the U.S. only right now. Major banks are supporting Apple Pay but keep in mind that not all of their debit and credit cards work with the service. Apple has published a new support document online which details which cards are supported by Apple Pay.

Read full post →Cards Supported By Apple Pay Detailed


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A few weeks back Google detailed the next major update for Android Wear, its relatively new platform for wearable devices. The update is going to add a couple of new features to Android Wear, including but not limited to the ability to play music offline. Countless reports from G Watch owners coming in today reveal that the Android Wear 4.4W.2 update has been rolled out and this smartwatch is the first Android Wear device to get it.

Read full post →LG G Watch Receives Android Wear Update That Adds Offline Music Support


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Last week Apple conducted an event at its headquarters in One Infinite Loop, Cupertino, California to unveil the latest iPads. The iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 went on pre-order at Apple’s online store from October 17th but if you would rather place a pre-order through T-Mobile then tomorrow is your lucky day. Magenta is opening up pre-orders for both new tablets, iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3, from tomorrow, October 22nd.

Read full post →T-Mobile Opens Pre-Orders For iPad Air 2 And iPad Mini 3 Tomorrow


galaxy note 4 lollipop

Google has already released updated developer previews of Android 5.0 Lollipop for Nexus 5 and Nexus 7, soon the update will officially be released for existing Nexus devices including the Nexus 4. After these devices get the update the Google Play Edition units are next in line. Samsung isn’t known for quickly releasing new updates for its devices but this time around the Galaxy Note 4 Android 5.0 Lollipop update may not take too much timing in arriving on the device.

Read full post →Samsung Hints At Galaxy Note 4 Android 5.0 Lollipop Update