We’re only into the second episode of the second-last season of HBO’s Game of Thrones, which means that we’re one step closer to seeing how the series will end. Unfortunately if you were hoping and counting on the fact that 2018 will bring us the final season, there’s a good chance you might be disappointed. Read full post →Premiere Date For Final Season Of Game Of Thrones Still Undecided



While game masters and automated systems are in place to weed out players who are doing things they aren’t supposed to do, sometimes certain things are missed, and this is where player reporting comes in handy as it will allow the community to contribute towards making a game a better place for everyone. Read full post →Overwatch Reporting System Coming To Consoles Soon


The bootloop issues plaguing Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P owners are pretty infamous to the point where last year LG reportedly refunded customers who tried to send their devices in for a repair. However the good news is that if you are still holding onto your Nexus 5X, the folks at XDA might have found a fix. Read full post →A Potential Fix For The Nexus 5X Bootloop Has Been Found


Not too long ago, Niantic attempted to hold a Pokemon GO event in Chicago to celebrate the launch of legendary Pokemon coming to the game. Unfortunately for Niantic, things did not end well as there were many issues plaguing the event, such as network and connectivity problems which prevented gamers from enjoying the game properly. Read full post →Niantic Offers Explanation For The Failed Chicago Pokemon GO Fest


The idea behind verified accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social media platforms is that it is to ensure that posts coming from that particular account are really from the people they say they are, and now it looks like a verified Twitter status could let you into an exclusive dating app. Read full post →This Dating App Requires You To Be A Verified Twitter User


Fed up with the traffic situation, last year Elon Musk announced his plans to launch a “boring company” that basically bypasses traffic on the street level by going underneath them. Earlier this year we saw a video rendering of how Musk’s idea could work in real life, but if you wanted something more concrete, you’re in luck. Read full post →Elon Musk Shares Real-World Footage Of The Boring Tunnel In Action


Companies such as Google and Pinterest allow users to search for items using photos. This means that if you see something you like in real-life, or an image on the web for an item of clothing that you want to buy, you can search using a photo or an image from the web. Unfortunately such functionality was not available on eBay, at least until now. Read full post →eBay Now Lets You Search For Items Using Photos


Recently you might have heard how some 2012/2013 MacBook Pros that needed battery replacements were actually being replaced by newer models. This is apparently due to a shortage in components in which Apple told customers that they could either way, or potentially get a newer model to replace their older one. Read full post →Apple No Longer Replacing MacBook Pros That Need Battery Service With New Models


Unless you’ve bought a phone that was designed specifically to be used in extreme temperatures, for the most part “regular” smartphones don’t do so well in extreme cold or extreme heat. In fact some of you guys might have even experienced it on occasion where your smartphone shuts itself down due to it getting too hot. Read full post →The Phoozy Spacesuit Case Helps Regulate Your Phone’s Temperature


Amazon might be known as an online retailer for all kinds of things you can think of, but the company also has some pretty big ambitions. For example we’ve seen how they’re trying to get into our homes with devices like the Dash buttons and the Amazon Echo series of smart speakers, and now it looks like Amazon could be interested in our health as well. Read full post →Just Like Apple, Amazon Reportedly Has A Secret Health Team As Well