If there was one main criticism that many gamers had when Super Mario Run was launched was its price tag. Sure, the game was free up to a certain extent, but gamers who wanted more content and features would have to fork out $10 for everything, which as far as mobile games are concerned is pricey. Read full post →Super Mario Run Gets A Temporary Price Cut And New Levels

With the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus being introduced, Apple has also brought back one of its more iconic designs with the glass back that first debuted with the iPhone 4. We’re sure that with the glass back design, many are questioning just how durable it is, although recent scratch tests have shown that it does hold up pretty well. Read full post →iPhone 8 Drop Test Proves You Might Need A Case For Your Handset

Apple’s new iPhone X differs very greatly from the other iPhones like the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. We’re not talking about hardware specs, but rather its design and features in which the iPhone X will offer up an edge-to-edge display, a new facial recognition security system, an OLED screen, and more. Read full post →iPhone X Pre-Orders Could Reach 50 Million Units

Following some of the issues that users have encountered after updating to iOS 11, one cannot be blamed if you’re a little apprehensive about updating your computer to the recently released macOS High Sierra update. However apart from the various new features and improvements, there is one feature of High Sierra that could make it worth the update. Read full post →macOS High Sierra Will Perform Regular Firmware Checks

Bose recently took the wraps off a bunch of new headphones, but in case you’re not really in the market for headphones and wanted a set of speakers, you’re in luck because Bose has recently announced the SoundWear Companion speaker, which as you can see in the photo above is a set of speakers that you can actually wear around your neck. Read full post →Bose’s SoundWear Are Speakers You Can Wear Around Your Neck

Software updates typically mean that bugs are fixed, new features are introduced, and performance has been improved, but unfortunately that doesn’t seem to be the case for iOS 11 users. According to a growing number of complaints on Reddit (via The Next Web), it seems that iOS 11 has had the opposite effect for quite a number of them. Read full post →iOS 11 Users Complaining That Update Has Slowed Down Their Apps

While facial recognition systems in phones aren’t new, Apple’s Face ID feature for the iPhone X seems to hold some potential in terms of being a more accurate and foolproof system. It is unclear if it will indeed work as advertised and if it will be better than Touch ID, but for now it seems that feature could be blamed for the iPhone X’s slow production. Read full post →iPhone X’s TrueDepth Camera Reportedly Hindering Production

While Apple did not explicitly mention this feature during the iPhone 8 and iPhone X’s announcements, it was later discovered that both phones will support fast-charging, albeit with a caveat. This caveat came in the form of how only using specific chargers that users will be able to take advantage of the feature. Read full post →Apple Details Which Third-Party Chargers Will Support Fast Charging

Due to the growing number of devices in Google’s hardware portfolio, we guess it would be quite a monumental task if Google were to try and support every single one of them for years on end, which is why like with most manufacturers, Google usually offers a couple of years worth of support per device. Read full post →Nexus 5X, 6P Security Updates Extended Until November 2018

If you’ve recently gotten yourself a new iPhone 8 or 8 Plus and are sometimes hearing static noise during your phone calls, you can rest assured knowing that you don’t have a defective unit and that you’re not alone. According to a report from MacRumors, it seems that quite a few owners of the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are experiencing it too. Read full post →iPhone 8 Owners Reporting Static Noise During Calls