The Moto X4 was released in early September 2017 at IFA/Berlin and was originally targeted at the mid-range market. The main features include a dual camera, hands-free support for Alexa voice assistant, Tempow Audio profile (TAP) a unique technology that allows to stream audio to four devices simultaneously. But what really sets the Moto X4 apart is its impressive, unique, and shiny new design! Read full post →Moto X4 Review: Hands-On

It was reported recently that DC is developing two Joker-focused movies. One of the new movies is a film that involves both the Joker and Harley Quinn. Jared Leto and Margot Robbie who portrayed the two characters respectively in Suicide Squad will be returning for this movie. It’s the new standalone origin movie that’s getting a lot of interest from fans these days. Word on the street is that the Joker origin movie script will soon be turned in.
Read full post →Joker Origin Movie Script Might Be Finished Soon

Motorola launched the Moto G5S Plus in several markets across the globe. The Lenovo-owned company has confirmed today that this handset will also be launched in the United States. As you would have guessed by now, it’s a slightly improved version of the Moto G5 Plus which was launched earlier this year for $230. Motorola is going to charge the same price for the Moto G5S Plus in the United States.
Read full post →Moto G5S Plus U.S. Release Confirmed

Flappy Bird, the frustratingly popular game that took the world by storm a couple of years ago, still exists. Many of us have since been over the game once the hype died down but if you’re one of those who continues to play this game, keep in mind that Flappy Bird cannot be played on an iOS 11-powered device. This has been confirmed by the game’s creator Dong Nguyen himself.
Read full post →Flappy Bird Can’t Be Played On iOS 11

We’ve all found ourselves in situations when we’re mashing Ctrl-Alt-Del on the keyboard when our Windows PC freezes. We know it by heart and it’s normally the first fix we try when something goes wrong, nevermind the fact that it’s an awkward operation that requires you to use both hands. Microsoft co-founder and former CEO Bill Gates has never been a fan of Ctrl-Alt-Del and turns out, he still doesn’t like it.
Read full post →Bill Gates Still Not A Fan Of Ctrl-Alt-Del

Instagram today announced that it has added face filters to live video. Users can try on these filters when they’re sharing live video. A variety of filters are being offered that users can choose from depending on their mood. They can easily try on these filters while broadcasting live video to their friends and family on Instagram.
Read full post →Instagram Adds Face Filters To Live Video

First teased earlier this year, ASUS has now launched its new Chromebook in the United States. It joins the expanding list of convertible touchscreen Chromebooks that are now available for purchase. The ASUS Chromebook Flip C101 weighs just 2 lbs and has an all-metal body. You would have guessed from the word flip in its name that the notebook can be flipped into tablet mode.
Read full post →New ASUS Chromebook Flip Launched In The U.S.

There are quite a few Xbox 360 titles that can be played on the Xbox One through the magic of backward compatibility. Microsoft has made some of the most popular Xbox 360 titles compatible with its current-gen console over the past few months. The list continues to grow. Fans of the classic Fable Anniversary have been keeping their fingers crossed and they will be delighted to know that Microsoft is working on backward compatibility for Fable Anniversary.
Read full post →Fable Anniversary Xbox Backward Compatibility Being Worked On

Microsoft is reportedly thinking about expanding its retail presence to London. According to a new report, the company is mulling the idea of opening its first retail store in London. It’s reportedly close to securing a prime piece of real estate on London’s Oxford Circus, a popular shopping venue in the busy shopping district of the city.
Read full post →Microsoft’s First London Retail Store Is Now A Possibility

Avast-owned CCleaner is a security app that was used by hackers to spread malware. It’s a pretty popular app with more than two billion downloads. Security researchers from Cisco Talos discovered that hackers breached security to inject malware that was likely distributed to countless CCleaner users. Avast’s investigation reveals that the malware was specifically targeting major tech companies.
Read full post →CCleaner Malware Targeted Major Tech Companies