The last time we saw The Karate Kid movie was back in 1989, at least if you’re not counting the ones that did not star Ralph Macchio. As some of you might have heard, the franchise is expected to make a comeback with “Cobra Kai” where it will reignite the rivalry between Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence, with William Zabka reprising his role. Read full post →Official Trailer For ‘Cobra Kai’ Released, Continues The Karate Kid Saga

Considering that Activision went ahead with a Call of Duty: Modern Warfare remaster, it didn’t really come as a surprise to learn that there could be a Modern Warfare 2 remaster in the works. Now thanks to reports from both Eurogamer and CharlieIntel (via JustPushStart), more details have been revealed. Read full post →Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered Could Be Single-Player Only

When it comes to toxic behavior in their games, Riot and Blizzard are no strangers to this. Both companies have gone about dealing with the problem in their own separate ways, but now it looks like they will be trying something new and that is they will be working together to combat it through the Fair Play Alliance (FPA). Read full post →Riot & Blizzard To Team Up To Fight Against Toxic Behavior In Games

Last year Google announced that Chrome will start blocking videos from automatically playing which can be annoying if you load multiple tabs and suddenly you hear a cacophony of sound blasting through your speakers. The good news is that Google is taking it further by blocking autoplay videos with sound. Read full post →Chrome Will Soon Block Autoplaying Videos With Sound

As you might have heard, Facebook is in quite a lot of trouble after it was discovered that an outside company had misused user data gathered via Facebook, which is said to have had an impact on how it helped President Donald Trump win the election. Now Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg has come forward with a plan on how Facebook can better protect your data. Read full post →Mark Zuckerberg Wants To Better Protect Your Data

When smartwatches were first announced, many Swiss luxury watchmakers seemed dismissive of the idea, and while for the most part many still seem reluctant to embrace it, some have come around such as TAG Heuer. It looks like TAG Heuer won’t be alone in their smartwatch endeavors because Hublot has launched their own luxury smartwatch. Read full post →Hublot Unveils The ‘Big Bang Referee’ Wear OS Smartwatch

2018 was supposed to be Huawei’s year where according to reports, the Chinese company was in the process of inking deals with the likes of AT&T and Verizon to bring their phones to the US and be sold officially through the carriers, much like what other brands like Apple and Samsung have been doing. Read full post →Best Buy Will Reportedly Stop Selling Huawei’s Phones

In a report from ABC News (via Engadget), it seems that Facebook has found themselves in some legal hot water as they have been hit with a fine of 396 million won (~$396,706) for allegedly limiting user access in South Korea. The Korea Communications Commission (KCC) launched an investigation last year to see if the company had violated a law that prohibits unnecessary limitation of user access. Read full post →Facebook Fined In South Korea For Allegedly Limiting User Access

Instagram lets users edit their profiles where users can provide a brief description about themselves, who they are, what they do, and so on. However it looks like profiles on Instagram are about to get more interactive as Instagram has rolled out a new feature that lets users add hashtag and profile links. Read full post →Instagram Now Lets Users Add Hashtag & Profile Links In Their Bio

If you’re someone who completely values their privacy, there is a feature in iOS that lets users hide the preview of their notifications so that if your phone is on the table and a message comes in, they won’t be able to see what it’s about. Unfortunately there appears to be a bug with Siri that can accidentally reveal those hidden notifications. Read full post →Siri Bug Can Reveal Hidden Notifications On The iPhone