When it comes to LG’s VR efforts, we have to say that the company hasn’t really seen much success in that regard. Last year they launched the LG 360 VR headset and the LG 36 CAM camera for capturing content in VR, but safe to say that it did not exactly take off the way that LG had anticipated. Read full post →LG And Valve To Team Up For A StreamVR Headset

Samsung’s plans to release a working and commercially available foldable smartphone has been rumored about for years. We know that the company has been working on the technology as they have demonstrated it in the past, but when exactly will we see it commercialized and available is a different story. Read full post →Samsung Files Trademark For Galaxy X

How often have you accidentally had Siri or Google Now activate because something was said in a song, on radio, in a movie, or by someone else that sounded like the activation word? Just last month it seems that a news broadcaster had accidentally set off quite a few Amazon Echo devices and asked them to buy dollhouses because of what he said. Read full post →Amazon’s Alexa Could Soon Distinguish Between Voices

If you’re looking to get your next fix of new Hearthstone cards, you might be pleased to learn that Blizzard has announced the first Hearthstone expansion for 2017 in the form of “Journey to Un’Goro”. For those who are unfamiliar, the Un’Goro Crater is a zone in the World of Warcraft where Blizzard hid quite a few movie and video game references in. Read full post →New Hearthstone ‘Journey to Un’Goro’ Expansion Announced

[MWC 2017] Porsche Design might be a name familiar to some of you, where in the past the company has collaborated with the likes of BlackBerry to create Porsche Design BlackBerry smartphones. Recently Porsche Design also teamed up with Huawei for a special version of the Huawei Watch 2, and now it looks like they’re applying their design philosophy to tablets. Read full post →Porsche Design Unveils 2-in-1 Windows 10 Convertible

Perdix Drone. Photo credit U.S Department of Defense

If you plan on flying a drone, you should probably get some practice lest you end up with slapped with a fine and some jail time. Back in 2015 Paul Skinner, an aerial photographer, was using a drone to cover the city’s Pride Parade. He was using a drone that weighed 2 pounds and measured 18-by-18. Read full post →Pilot Gets 30 Days In Jail For Knocking Woman Unconscious With Drone

According to Nintendo, the Nintendo Switch console is first and foremost a home console. Given that the console can be undocked and brought around like a tablet, many had wondered about how the Switch would be positioned in Nintendo’s console lineup, but like we said, Nintendo had reassured that the Switch would not be replacing the 3DS. Read full post →Not All Switch Games Will Support TV Mode

One of the changes that LG introduced with the LG G6 is its display, in which LG decided that 18:9 would be its new display aspect ratio. This is something the company is predicting will become a highly adopted aspect ratio. The good news is that if you use VLC for your video watching needs, know that the app will support the LG G6. Read full post →VLC Beta For Android Updated With Support For LG G6

If you’re looking forward to seeing what kind of new wearables Fitbit might be putting out next, especially after Fitbit’s acquisition spree that saw them snap up companies such as Pebble and smartwatch maker Vector, you might be interested to learn that we could be expecting the company to soon announce what they are calling the Fitbit Alta HR. Read full post →Fitbit Alta HR Could Be The Company’s Next Fitness Tracker

[MWC 2017] At MWC 2017, Sony took the wraps off several pretty stunning devices, but in our reviews of phones like the Sony Xperia XZ Premium, one of the cons we mentioned was that there would be no fingerprint sensor for the US market. This means that everywhere else where the phone is sold will have a fingerprint sensor, save for the US. Read full post →Sony Explains Why Their US Phones Have No Fingerprint Sensors