apple music sonosIf there is one unique feature about Sonos speakers is that it has the ability to stream music from the likes of Spotify, Google Play Music, and Tidal via its controller app. However Apple Music support has not been available which is what the company had confirmed earlier this year, but the good news is that support will be arriving soon.

As what Sonos had promised, they will be including support for Apple Music by the end of the year and sure enough they have. According to a post on their website, Sonos has announced that support for Apple Music will be arriving on the 15th of December, so if you have Sonos speakers hooked up in your home, then this is something to look forward to. Read full post →Apple Music To Work On Sonos Speakers December 15

racist billboardThe good and bad thing about the internet is that it allows for relatively anonymity. You can post things you normally wouldn’t say to someone’s face in real life while hiding behind a screen name, meaning that the person has no way of knowing who you are. Unfortunately this has led to the birth of trolls who post things without thinking about how it could affect others around them.

In a bid to put an end to racism, or at least stem its spread, in Brazil there is an anti-racism campaign going on in which racist comments that are posted online, are instead posted onto a billboard. These comments are printed up and placed on billboards near the poster’s houses which is located via the geo-tagging function. Read full post →Racist Comments In Brazil Gets Posted Onto Billboards

samsung foldable patentWhile we have seen displays that can be flexed, phones or tablets that feature truly flexible or bendable displays have yet to become mainstream. This is despite the fact that we know companies such as Samsung who have been working on the technology for quite some time now.

In fact there have been rumors about Samsung working on a device codenamed Project Valley which will apparently be a phone with a foldable dual-screen. That being said, a new patent from Samsung has surfaced which might be more clues as to what Project Valley could look like, and how its screen will function as well. Read full post →Samsung Patent Reveals A Phone That Unfolds Into A Tablet

macbook_air_2013_3-800x270Apple’s MacBook Air used to be the company’s thinnest laptop, at least until the new MacBooks came along to the party. However if the power of the MacBook and the lack of ports kind of put you off, fret not because it seems that come WWDC 2016, Apple could be introducing new thinner MacBook Airs.

According to the rumors, Apple is said to introduce a much thinner version of the MacBook Air in 2016, and apparently they will also introduce a new screen size in the form of a 15-inch model. There was no mention of whether or not the 11-inch model will be given the slim treatment as well, or if Apple might skip it since the MacBook kind of already takes up that spot. Read full post →Thinner 13 & 15-inch MacBook Airs Rumored For WWDC 2016

li-fiWi-Fi is more or less a given these days, and just about everywhere we go to, we would be on the lookout for any kind of free Wi-Fi network on which we can piggyback on. Well, Wi-Fi is here to stay, isn’t it? Well, for the long haul, yes, but it seems that there might be other technologies down the road that might just change the situation, and we are talking about light based Internet, with it being termed as Li-Fi.

Read full post →Li-Fi Could Replace Wi-Fi One Day

resurrected-aiLet’s face it – who doesn’t want to live forever? After all, with the power of compounding interest, you will soon be the richest person on earth if you are the only immortal around. Having said that, the search for the Fountain of Youth has always been a subject of fascination, but so far just about everyone dies. A company known as Humai begs to differ, citing the possibility of resurrection being possible in 30 years’ time – with the help of artificial intelligence (AI), of course.

Read full post →Humai: Resurrection Possible In 30 Years’ Time With AI

spencerAirports can be a great place to hang out or wait, especially if it is well designed with the right kind of facilities, and you can be sure that Tokyo’s Narita International Airport is one of the better places to be at during a transit. In fact, we have received word that Narita International Airport will soon test out a megaphone which will be able to translate multiple languages, now how about that? It is Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport turn to be in the spotlight today, as Spencer the robot is employed by the airport to help passengers with everyday issues..

Read full post →Spencer The Robot Helps Passengers At Amsterdam Airport

apple logoAny iPhone is certainly worthy of its fair share of rumors, taking into consideration how popular this particular device is on a global scale. Before this, we have heard that the next generation iPhone 7 (or at least, this is what it will be known as at the moment) will bring with it 3GB of RAM as well as waterproof capability. Well, it seems that there is a brand new rumor surrounding the super mysterious iPhone 7, citing that it will drop the standard 3.5mm headphone jack – while settling for Lightning-based headphones instead.

Read full post →Next iPhone Could Drop Headphone Jack

instagramAre you a huge fan of Instagram? While Instagram has its fair share of users, it is still unable to carry that kind of weight that Facebook has where social apps are concerned, mainly due to the different nature of each app, not to mention Facebook being a whole lot more encompassing. Still, there is a place for Instagram in our lives, and the idea of having Instagram support multiple accounts has been thought up of by many to date, but nothing has been done by Instagram until now. Apparently, Instagram did introduce multiple account support – but just for a while, before removing that feature.

Read full post →Instagram Reveals Multiple Accounts Feature Before Removing It

eiffel-tower-greenThe Eiffel Tower is one of the monuments of engineering feats by us humans in the modern era, and continues to stand proud and tall until this day. It has recently been a beacon of hope and resistance against terror in the aftermath of the terror bombings in France, and this time around, it has turned a shade of green in light of the climate talks that are being held in Paris, urging smartphone users to “plant a tree” wherever they are on the Paris landmark.

Read full post →Eiffel Tower Goes Green At Paris Climate Talks