As it stands, Apple relies on components from both Qualcomm and Intel for the iPhone’s modem, but according to a report from Fast Company, it seems that future iPhones could use Intel’s hardware more or less exclusively. The report claims that Apple is working with Intel on 5G hardware for future iPhones. Read full post →Apple Reportedly Working With Intel On 5G Hardware For Future iPhones



Apple’s TrueDepth camera system in the iPhone X is used to help authenticate users for Face ID. However it seems that in a pinch, the TrueDepth system could also be used for motion-capture and even 3D animation, thanks to a discovery by VFX artist Elisha Hung whose video you can check out above. Read full post →The iPhone X’s TrueDepth Camera Can Be Used For 3D Animation


A couple of weeks ago, Amazon announced Amazon Key. This is basically a system that allows a courier to enter your home and leave your package in your home, which means that even if you’re not home you will still receive your packages as promised. This will cut down on delivery delays and also theft of packages when left on the front door. Read full post →Flaw Found In Amazon Key That Could Disable The Cloud Cam


Right now Ben Affleck has taken on the mantle (and cowl) of Batman in the DCEU. However Affleck had never really seemed to be 100% committed to the role, and given what we’ve heard about the standalone Batman movie and the recent comments Affleck made about thinking of a graceful way to exit the role, we’re sure some are wondering who could be next? Read full post →Jake Gyllenhaal Rumored To Replace Ben Affleck As Batman


There has been an ongoing debate regarding gaming features like loot boxes. Some are calling it gambling, while others claim that it isn’t, and perhaps to avoid further controversy, EA has announced that they will be temporarily suspending Star Wars: Battlefront 2’s microtransaction feature. Read full post →EA Temporarily Suspends Star Wars: Battlefront 2’s Microtransactions


As much as companies would love to have customers use their latest product, sometimes due to the changes introduced in new products, some customers would rather not upgrade. However it seems that Apple isn’t taking into consideration a user’s preference because according to a report from Adam Engst at TidBITS, Apple is apparently pushing macOS High Sierra onto unsuspecting Mac users. Read full post →Apple Reportedly Pushing macOS High Sierra Onto Users


When it comes to speaker design, it’s safe to say that for the most part many of them tend to be pretty boring in terms of their shape and color (although at least one has made its way into the Museum of Modern Art). However the folks at Teenage Engineering are trying to change that perception with the unveiling of the “H” and “R” smart speakers. Read full post →Teenage Engineering’s ‘H’ & ‘R’ Smart Speakers Are Unlike Anything You’ve Ever Seen


If there is one problem with fitness trackers and smartwatches is that for the most part they are powered by batteries, and this means that after a while they run out and require charging, which sometimes isn’t exactly the most convenient. However a company by Spire might have solved that with the launch of the Health Tag. Read full post →Spire Health Tag Is A Health Tracker That Doesn’t Need Charging


Based on what we know so far, it will probably be a while before we see The Elder Scrolls VI from Bethesda, which means that until then, players will have to make do with The Elder Scrolls Online, as well as the reimagining of Skyrim which is not only available in VR, but will also be launched on the Nintendo Switch. Read full post →Skyrim Graphics For The Nintendo Switch VS The PS4


While there is an increasing number of smart home appliances that are finding their way onto the market, the number of “dumb” home appliances still outnumbers them. However we’ve seen how some companies have found ways around that, such as by creating smart plugs that turn regular appliances into smart ones. Read full post →iHome Launches HomeKit-Compatible Outdoor Smart Plug