When we drop our phones, it seems that the most common damage occurs with our displays where they get cracked or chipped. If your handset is under warranty then replacing it will not be an issue, but if it is out of warranty, then this is where it starts to get a bit expensive depending on your phone and where you send it in for repair. Read full post →Verizon Launches ‘Total Mobile Protection’ Screen Repair Program

It is no secret that many tech companies and carmakers are working on making self-driving cars a reality. In fact over in China, internet search giant Baidu is making some progress of their own and had previously teamed up with the likes of BMW and Microsoft to help further their self-driving car efforts. Read full post →Baidu Announces Plans To Launch A Self-Driving Bus In China

When the Apple Watch was first launched, safe to say that it was not what many had expected, although we guess the rumors and the hype surrounding the device was to blame for creating some unrealistic expectations. However over the years, Apple has made changes and improvements to the hardware and software, with the Series 3 being the latest. Read full post →Apple Watch Series 3 Expected To Be A ‘Game Changer’ For Apple

If you’re in the market for a new PS4 controller but you don’t want to pay for a DualShock 4 controller, or maybe you’re just after something a little less bulky, you’ll be pleased to learn that Sony has announced the Mini Wired Gamepad controller for the PS4. This controller isn’t made by Sony but instead it is a gamepad made by Hori by has been officially licensed. Read full post →Sony Unveils Mini Wired Gamepad For The PS4

Several weeks ago, Levi’s smart jacket that they worked together with Google on finally went on sale, but it seems like this wasn’t a one time collaboration because during The Wall Street Journal’s D. Live conference, Levi’s CEO Chip Bergh revealed that the company was already working on a second smart jacket with Google. Read full post →Levi’s Already Working On A Second Smart Jacket With Google

As its name indicates, the Samsung round is a 360-degree high-resolution camera built to shoot Virtual Reality (VR) footage. It has 17 lenses to shoot in stereo from 8 different viewpoints (2×8) and one lens looking straight up, to avoid severe distortion at the top. Read full post →Samsung 360 Round, A Powerful VR Video Camera

Bixby, Samsung’s voice assistant, was launched in version 1.0 with the Galaxy S8 six months ago is going to be updated to 2.0 soon. Announced at the Samsung Developer Conference (SDC) today, the new version will be much better and extend well beyond smartphones. Read full post →Samsung Bixby 2.0: Beyond Smartphones

Lego confirmed earlier this year that it was building a “Women of NASA” set. The idea was actually submitted to the company by Maia Weinstock, the MIT deputy news editor, in its Lego Ideas competition. The set is ready now and will soon be available for purchase. Lego has confirmed that the Women of NASA set will be sold starting next month.
Read full post →Lego Women Of NASA Set Available From November 1st

The age-old method of finding out how many people watched a particular program on TV no longer get the job done. That’s because millions of people have cut the cord and moved to online streaming services. It’s important to count those numbers as well to get a true sense of how many people watched a particular show. Nielsen is now going to track TV audiences on online streaming services as well.
Read full post →Nielsen Will Now Track TV Audiences On Netflix

It has been almost a year since the Surface Dial accessory was released by Microsoft for its Surface Studio all-in-one computer. There aren’t a lot of apps out there that have support for this accessory but more are gradually being added to the list. Adobe Photoshop was one of the apps that users wanted most to get support for the Surface Dial. It has now been confirmed that Adobe’s flagship software now gets along very well with the Microsoft Surface Dial.
Read full post →Adobe Photoshop Gets Microsoft Surface Dial Support