lg-did-fridgeI know that refrigerators are not the most exciting home appliances to talk about, but here is an interesting idea from LG that has been made flesh, so to speak. We have heard about Picture-in-Picture before, but how about Door-in-Door? Yes, LG has just revealed the very first double Door-in-Door Mega-Capacity refrigerator that carries the model number LPXS34886C, where this bad boy is all set to be released next year.

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samsung logo 4Samsung intends to embark upon a “world’s first” yet again – this time around, introducing the very first LTE Advanced tri-band carrier aggregation smartphone in the whole world. In fact, this spanking new technology is capable of delivering download speeds of up to 300Mbps, which is four times faster compared to LTE services – theoretically speaking, of course, so do not expect to enjoy 300Mbps speeds all the time.

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ios-812-batteryIt does seem as though the battery issues associated with Apple’s iOS 8 has been talked about a whole lot – and it seems that in the past few month, the folks over at Apple has tried to fix it through several attempts without meeting any success. Perhaps the battery issue is the most persistent one of the lot, where the battery drain continued to plague the most recent range of iOS 8 devices. Most of the time, the battery drain is not attributed to the operating system itself, but rather, due to the kind of individual third-party applications that are run.

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LGD 55-inch Ultra HD Art SlimLast time it used to be that if we wanted to watch a movie with good quality imagery and sound, we would have to head to a cinema to do so. However with technology advancing rapidly, we are able to achieve those levels of quality, if not better in some cases, all from the comfort of our living rooms.

If you’re in the market for a new TV, you might be interested to learn that LG has recently announced that they are planning on debuting new TV panels at CES 2015 which is taking place early January. These new TV panels are part of LG’s Art Slim series which will combine a slim profile and lightweightedness for those who don’t want a bulky looking TV in their living room. Read full post →LG Display Unveils New Art Slim TV Panels For CES 2015

psnAs many gamers who use Sony or Microsoft’s gaming services have noticed, both PSN and Xbox Live were taken offline during Christmas due to the attacks of a hacker group who call themselves the Lizard Squad. Now it appears that the hacks have stopped and that the services are back online, but we’re sure many are wondering when the next hack will be.

The good news is that the Lizard Squad has decided to call it quits on the Sony and Xbox hacks. This is according to the group who confirmed that they will not be hacking Xbox Live or PSN anymore, which means that if and when either services are hacked, they will probably be at the hands of another hacker, assuming that the Lizard Squad keeps to their word. Read full post →Lizard Squad Says They Will Stop Hacking Xbox Live And PSN

Movie studios and record labels hate piracy, which is why many studios have gone after pirates with a vengeance. That being said it is also ironic when these studios allegedly engage in piracy of their own, which is what Sony is currently being accused of. According to reports, Korean singer Yoon Mi Rae is accusing Sony of using her song “Pay Day” in The Interview movie without negotiating rights or paying her in any way for its use, which essentially is piracy.

According to a statement released by her label, it seems that Sony and Yoon Mi Rae were in discussions to use the song for the movie, but at some point the discussions ceased and were not followed through, and it was only after the movie had been released that they realized that Sony had gone ahead and used her song anyway. Read full post →Sony Accused Of Pirating A Song In “The Interview” Movie

Lumia-1320-635We have been hearing some rumors regarding the Lumia 1330 which is said to be the successor to the Lumia 1320. According to the rumors, the camera of the Lumia 1330 is said to be a huge upgrade over the Lumia 1320, bumping it from a 5MP sensor to that of a 14MP sensor, and thanks to recent GFX benchmarks, it looks like the rumors could be true.

A recent sighting of the device on GFX Benchmark’s website has revealed the camera specifications for the upcoming handset, along with additional specifications that seems to confirm what we have heard so far. Starting with the camera, it really looks like we can expect a 14MP camera on the back as well as a 5MP camera on the front. Read full post →GFX Benchmarks “Confirm” Lumia 1330’s 14MP Camera

netflix-uiAs much as many would love to subscribe to services like Netflix or Hulu so that they can watch their shows online legally, the sad fact of the matter is that these services just aren’t as widely available at the moment in a lot of countries. This has resulted in users using VPNs to bypass regional restrictions, and for the most part they have worked, at least until now.

According to reports, it seems that Netflix has decided to get tough on users who use DNS-based VPNs to bypass geoblocks. This was discovered in the latest update to the Android version of Netflix where it looks like Netflix has decided to hardcode Google’s public DNS into the app, thus effectively preventing users from specifying custom DNS that will redirect traffic via VPN servers based in specific countries in which Netflix is usable in. Read full post →Netflix Cracks Down On DNS-Based VPNs In Its Android App

lg-g3-phone-006LG has been enjoying a fair bit of success with their recent handsets like the LG G2 and this year’s LG G3, which is why it isn’t a stretch of the imagination to think that the company has plans for a successor in the form of the LG G4 (or whatever it will be called) come 2015, but what exactly can we expect from the device?

So far we haven’t really heard much but according to a new rumor, word on the street has it that the LG G4 is expected to compete with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 in the sense that it will feature stylus capabilities. In fact not too long ago we had heard that LG filed for a trademark for the “LG G Pen” which seems to hint that it could either be a stylus accessory or a device with a stylus accessory. Read full post →LG G4 Rumored To Gain Stylus Features Similar To Galaxy Note 4

fb-yearAs many of you guys have noticed on your Facebook News Feed that the social network is offering users a feature called “Year in Review”. For those who haven’t noticed or bothered, basically it sums up your entire year from various photos pulled throughout your year on Facebook, essentially creating a collage of 2014 specifically for you.

For the most part many people seem to enjoy these photos as it lets them remember the good times, but at the same time there are some who just aren’t too thrilled about the feature as it has brought up some bad and sad memories. One user, a web designer and author Eric Meyer posted on his blog at how inappropriate it was as Facebook had decided to use his deceased daughter’s photo surrounded by cheerful imagery to promote the feature on his page. Read full post →Facebook’s Year In Review Feature Not Well Received By Some