google crowdsourceGoogle Translate is a pretty handy tool, especially if you’re going to foreign countries where you don’t speak the language. However sometimes the translation might not necessarily be what you’re trying to convey, which is why Google needs your help in fine tuning the process. This has led to the launch of an app called Crowdsource. Read full post →Google Launches Crowdsource App To Help With Translations


pokemon goWe have been hearing reports about Pokemon GO losing the number of daily active users, and we guess this doesn’t really come as a surprise. It does not mean that the game is bad, it’s just that it could be that those who quit simply downloaded the game to check it out, and decided it wasn’t for them. Read full post →Pokemon GO Data Mine Reveals Upcoming Features


One of the features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 would be the fact that it is water resistant, and recently this was put to a test by the folks at GizmoSlip on YouTube when they encased the phone in a block of ice. However they then took it to the next level by dropping the block of ice with the Galaxy Note 7 inside from 100 feet. Read full post →Galaxy Note 7 Encased In A Block Of Ice & Dropped From 100 Feet



xiaomi-mi-drone-1Drones are fun gadgets if you’re looking to take some amazing photos or videos from heights and angles you normally would not be able to reach by yourself. However in some instances, they can also be a burden and a nuisance to people around them, especially if these drones were perceived to be invading their privacy. Read full post →65-Year Old Woman Shoots A Drone Hovering Over Her Property


instagram storiesInstagram’s Stories feature was launched not too long ago, and basically it is more or less similar to Snapchat’s stories which some people have accused Instagram of pretty much copying, but we suppose that’s a debate for another day. So far Stories can be found at the top of your Instagram feed and they are from people you follow. Read full post →Instagram’s ‘Stories’ Now Appear In The Explore Tab


apple_logoOne of the biggest Apple-related rumors this year is that we could be getting a brand new MacBook Pro. That much we already know, but as it turns out, there is more in the pipeline than we had previously thought, at least according to a recent report from Bloomberg in which Mark Gurman says we can expect a new iMac, Macbooks, and a 5K display. Read full post →New iMacs, MacBook, 5K Display Coming This Year [Rumor]


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HTC came out with a new mid-range handset last year which at first glance looked quite similar to the iPhone. The HTC One A9 has been around for a while now and it’s time for the handset to receive an upgrade. A picture of the HTC One A9s has been leaked online and the successor appears to take even more inspiration from the iPhone. Even the name itself – the “s” after the A9 – is something you would rather expect from Apple on a year it doesn’t want to make revolutionary updates to the iPhone.
Read full post →HTC One A9s Leaked, Likely Takes Inspiration From iPhone


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It was reported last week that an increasing number of nearly two-year-old iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus units are affected by touch issues. It’s now being referred to as “Touch Diseases” and it basically involves an unresponsive touchscreen that has a flicking gray bar at the top. There hasn’t been much engagement on Apple’s part which is why some dejected customers have decided to file a class action lawsuit against the Cupertino company.
Read full post →Apple Sued Over iPhone 6 Touch Issues


A new gameplay video of Watch Dogs 2 has been released today by Ubisoft. It highlights the hacking experience in the second title of the Watch Dogs franchise that’s set in San Francisco, a city that’s governed using a new and improved version of ctOS. The video shows us some of the city’s most famous landmarks like Coit Tower and Fisherman’s Wharf as protagonist Marcus walks around exploiting hacking opportunities to always remain one step ahead.
Read full post →Latest Watch Dogs 2 Gameplay Video Highlights Open-World Co-Op And Hacking


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Facebook has complete control over the Security Check feature right now when lets users mark themselves safe whenever there’s a major natural calamity or terror attack. However, the world’s largest social network will soon change the way how Security Check is activated. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has revealed today that Facebook will soon enable users to activate Safety Check on their own when in an emergency situation.
Read full post →Facebook Will Soon Let Users Enable Safety Check In Emergency Situations