One of the nifty features of Google Calendar is that if you were to input an appointment along with the appointment’s location, Google will be able to calculate based on live traffic the best time for you to leave, ensuring that you will reach your meeting on time. It is a very handy feature to have, especially for those who are bad with time management. Read full post →Google’s Recommended Departure Time Notifications Are Not Working



Mesh WiFi systems seem to be gaining a fair amount of popularity these days, such as Google WiFi. Now Google is obviously not the only company to create mesh WiFi systems and if you’re looking for alternatives, you might be interested to learn that ASUS has recently announced the Lyra Trio. Read full post →ASUS Lyra Trio Mesh WiFi System Announced


Earlier this year it was announced that the Android 8.0 Oreo update would be rolling out to Samsung Galaxy Note 8 handsets. However it seems that if you’re a T-Mobile customer with a Note 8 device, it appears that the carrier has halted the rollout of the update without really saying why. Read full post →T-Mobile Halts Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Android 8.0 Oreo Rollout


As with all pieces of software, over time the design and look of it is expected to change. Google is no exception to this as we have seen its apps and services undergo various design changes, such as Gmail which is reportedly getting a new look. However that’s not all Google is changing as Chrome looks to be getting a slight refresh in design as well. Read full post →Google Testing New Material Design For Chrome


So it has been confirmed that LG has a new phone in the works in the form of the LG G7 ThinQ which will be the company’s upcoming flagship handset. We’ve seen some leaks here and there, but if you’re looking for what could possibly be the clearest leak we’ve seen to date, you can thank leakster Evan Blass for them. Read full post →New LG G7 Renders Leaked


Microsoft’s efforts at bringing Windows onto mobile has been somewhat stagnant as of late, which is why it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn that Microsoft has recently announced that they will be ending support for some Windows Phone enterprise chat apps come 20th May 2018. Read full post →Microsoft To Retire Enterprise Chat Apps For Windows Phone


Virtual reality (VR) technology is gaining ground in terms of being mainstream, but given that VR headsets are still relatively expensive and that they are somewhat limited in their use for now, it will probably be a while before they become ubiquitous (if at all). However it seems that Samsung is trying to get the technology more noticed. Read full post →Samsung To Create Six TV Shows For Virtual Reality


Back in the day when it comes to music discovery, it would pretty much a manual process where listeners had to go look for musicians similar to what they like. These days a lot of the discovery process is automated where services can detect what you play, how often you play it, and based on that recommend new songs to you. Read full post →Deezer’s Flow Tab Creates Personalized Playlists For Users


Late last year Apple announced that they would be acquiring music recognition app Shazam. Given that Shazam is already integrated into iOS via Siri, we suppose this acquisition made sense. It also seemed like a relatively straightforward acquisition but it seems that Apple is running in some obstacles. Read full post →Apple’s Acquisition Of Shazam Under Investigation By The EU


If you’ve managed to accumulate a lot of credit on PayPal, or if PayPal is your preferred choice of payment platform, you might be interested to learn that PayPal will now be supported by at least one more company in the form of Samsung. What this means is that those who use Samsung Pay will now be able to choose PayPal as their method of payment. Read full post →Samsung Pay Now Lets Users Pay With PayPal