You might have heard that Facebook is currently testing out a new design for its comments section where they will try to make comments feel more like conversation threads. However it turns out that’s not all Facebook is doing because it seems that the company is also testing out allowing users to post GIFs inside of comments. Read full post →Facebook Testing A GIF Button In Comments

Image credit – Hadi Shafiee/Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School

Our smartphones are basically tiny computers that live inside of our pockets. They let us communicate with the world, control our smart home appliances, play games, enjoy virtual worlds, so it really doesn’t come as a surprise that it could also be used for medical and health purposes. Read full post →This Smartphone App Might Be Able To Measure Sperm Count

Earlier this year at CES 2017, Dell took the wraps off a 32-inch monitor, but this isn’t just any regular monitor, but a 32-inch monitor with a whopping 8K resolution. Given that Dell was one of the first few to launch a 5K monitor back in 2014, it isn’t surprising that the company has upped the ante with an 8K display. Read full post →Dell’s 32-inch 8K Monitor Is Now Available For Purchase

It is no secret that the Flash standard is no longer the darling of the internet. Many companies have announced their plans to eventually phase out its use from their websites if they haven’t already, with many turning to HTML5 which is more or less the standard for today. However some websites still use Flash, and FedEx is one of them. Read full post →FedEx Offering Customers $5 For The Inconvenience Of Using Flash

So the other day Apple surprised us all with a (Product) RED iPhone 7. Given that Apple has not done a (Product) RED launch with an iPhone before, it did come as a surprise albeit a nice one since the red finish is rather eye-catching. The good news is that if you liked what you saw, then you’ll be pleased to learn that the phone is now available for purchase. Read full post →Apple’s (Product) RED iPhone 7 Is Now Available For Purchase

Smartwatches have definitely evolved in their design over the years, where more companies are starting to appreciate the look and design of a smartwatch that could totally pass off as a regular watch. Hugo Boss is one of those companies, although not that surprising given that they are one of the more prominent fashion brands around. Read full post →Hugo Boss Android Wear Smartwatch Announced

Earlier it was reported that Google had started sending out emails to users informing them that SMS integration with Hangouts would be coming to an end. For those who are wondering how official this announcement is, Google has since confirmed on their blog that this indeed will be happening over the course of the next couple of months. Read full post →Google Confirms Hangouts Will Lose SMS Integration

We’re sure that you guys have from time to time received phone calls from unknown numbers. Maybe it could be a friend from out of town, or maybe a friend calling from overseas, or maybe it could be a scammer trying to get you on the phone. However to save you the time on deciding whether you should answer that call, T-Mobile has launched a new service. Read full post →T-Mobile Launches Free, Automatic Scam Call Blocking

Have you ever wished you were paid to play video games? That’s pretty much the job of professional gamers, but what if you aren’t cut out to be a professional gamer, does that mean there goes the dream of being paid to play? Hardly, because thanks to Razer, the company has launched their own paid to play program. Read full post →Razer Launches Its Own ‘Paid To Play’ Program

We know that Amazon has plans to make drone deliveries a thing. The company has been testing it out for the past few years, but it seems that recently in California, Amazon’s Prime Air drone delivery program just made its first public demo delivery at a invite-only MARS conference. Read full post →Watch Amazon’s Prime Air Make Its First Public Drone Delivery