Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has received some pretty rave reviews ever since it was released. Metacritic gave it a 97/100, while other gaming review websites such as Destructoid, Edge, IGN, and GameSpot gave it a 10/10, which basically goes to say how great the game is. Read full post →The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Wins ‘Ultimate Game Of The Year’



Some of you might recall that a couple of years ago, several MacBook Pro owners were complaining about how the anti-reflective coating on their laptop displays were peeling. To remedy that and to appease customers, Apple then launched a program in which they would replace the display for free. Read full post →2013-2015 MacBook Pro Free Repair Program Extended


Are smartwatches, smartphones, and tablets designed for kids something that is really necessary? We suppose we can’t blame manufacturers for trying to cover all their bases, but unfortunately over in Germany it seems that the authorities aren’t too thrilled about such devices and have recently banned the sales of smartwatches aimed at children. Read full post →Smartwatches For Kids Banned In Germany Over Privacy Concerns


If there is one problem that many iPhone owners are familiar with when it comes to the bundled charging cable, it is that it tends to fray around the edges where the connector is. This has been a problem that has been going on for many years, and one that Apple has yet to address, but perhaps the company could be thinking about changing that in the future. Read full post →Teenage Girl Dies After Electrocuted By Frayed iPhone Charging Cable


We’ll admit that while TVs have come a long way in being able to offer better color reproduction, clarity, resolution, and size, sometimes it’s hard to beat the experience you get when you go to a cinema. This is where virtual reality (VR) comes in, where it can offer users an immersive experience without leaving their home. Read full post →Paramount Pictures To Launch A Virtual Reality Movie Theater


At a recent Tesla event, the company unveiled their new lineup of electric vehicles which includes the new Roadster and also the Tesla Semi, which is the company’s first electric truck, which is clearly aimed at companies who make a lot of deliveries and who transport a lot of goods, such as Walmart. Read full post →Walmart Announces Plans To Test Tesla’s Semi Electric Trucks


Tesla has recently taken the wraps off their new Roadster, which they are claiming it to be the world’s fastest production car. For the most part Tesla’s offerings have typically been catered towards the consumer market, but what about those who might have need for something a bit more industrial? Read full post →The Tesla ‘Semi’ Is An Electric Truck Of The Future


We’re sure that some of you guys might have noticed or found it a bit odd that during Apple’s iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X announcement that the company pretty much did not mention anything about the HomePod speakers. In the past we’ve seen how Apple has announced products at one event, and then touch on them at a later event, but that wasn’t really the case here. Read full post →Apple’s HomePod Speaker Has Been Delayed To 2018


Many have given Apple flack and made fun of them for removing the headphone jack on the iPhone (despite Apple not being the first), but it seems that ever since Apple’s decision, quite a few Android handset makers have quietly followed suit, such as Razer who have since launched their own Razer Phone. Read full post →Razer’s Hammerhead Earbuds Now Available In USB-C


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Nowadays it seems that developers are adding “dark mode” as an option to their websites, apps, and so on. In fact earlier this year YouTube launched a dark mode for its desktop website, but for those wondering about whether or not it will be applied to the mobile app, you could be in luck. Read full post →YouTube Android APK Teardown Reveals Possible Dark Mode