Yesterday it was reported that Alphabet’s self-driving division Waymo filed a lawsuit against Otto and Uber, alleging the Otto stole Waymo’s lidar design to be used in their self-driving cars, and because Uber owns Otto, it seems that they were dragged along into the lawsuit. Unsurprisingly Uber has since responded with a statement of their own, denying any wrongdoing. Read full post →Uber Responds To Waymo’s Lawsuit Allegations


Earlier today we reported that due to a glitch, Google users were suddenly finding themselves signed out of their accounts, leading some to worry that they might have been hacked or if it could be some kind of security issue. Google has since assured users that is not the case, and coincidentally enough the same thing has been happening to Facebook users as well. Read full post →Facebook Users Are Finding Themselves Logged Out Of Their Accounts


If you love playing simulation games, RollerCoaster Tycoon is probably one of the more classic titles out there. The game had previously existed on PCs, but with mobile gaming starting to become more lucrative and viable, it didn’t really come as a surprise to see the franchise eventually find its way onto mobile. Read full post →‘RollerCoaster Tycoon Touch’ Has Been Launched On iOS



Earlier this year at CES 2017, LG took the wraps off their new LG Gram laptops. If you’re after a laptop that is light and easy to bring around with you, then perhaps these might be the laptops for you, and the good news is that they are now available for purchase where they are priced starting at $1,000. Read full post →LG’s Gram Laptops Are Now Available For Purchase


There are many reasons why customers might choose third-party repairs over official repairs. This is because more often than not, third-party repairs tend to be cheaper as sometimes the parts they use might not be official, but if you’re not that fussed then we guess it’s not really that big a deal. Read full post →Apple: Third-Party iPhone Screen Repairs Won’t Fully Void Warranty


A couple of days ago, a post on the Overwatch blog seemed to suggest that the next playable Overwatch character might not be Doomfist, but rather a character named Efi Oladele. It seems that Blizzard has continued with their teasing of the character by uploading the photo above on their Facebook page. Read full post →Blizzard Continues To Tease New Overwatch Character


Back in the day most photographers were faced with the decision of either choosing between a compact digital camera which was small and portable, or a DSLR which was bigger, clunkier, and heavier. However with the introduction of mirrorless cameras, consumers now have an option where they can snap high-quality photos but in a more compact body. Read full post →Fujifilm Thinks Next-Gen Mirrorless Cameras Could Beat DSLRs


If you’re looking forward to getting your hands on BioWare’s upcoming Mass Effect: Andromeda, you’ll be pleased to learn that the game has gone gold. This is according to a recent tweet by the official BioWare Twitter account in which they confirmed the status of the game, thus bringing us one step closer to its release on the 21st of March. Read full post →Mass Effect: Andromeda Has Gone Gold


For those unfamiliar with Cloudflare, they are a website that helps to optimize security and performance of millions of websites. Unfortunately it seems that no thanks to a software bug, the service might have accidentally opened themselves up to a data breach in which the company warned that private data such as passwords, cookies, and authentication tokens might have been leaked. Read full post →Cloudflare Warns That Bug Might Have Exposed Private Data


The Samsung Galaxy S8 will not be making an appearance at MWC 2017, which means that we’ll probably have to wait until the end of March before we can get the details, or so the rumors are saying. However in the meantime, it looks like Samsung could be getting ready to launch a signup page for the phone. Read full post →Galaxy S8 Signup Page Leaked, Hints At The Phone’s Design