Back in 2016, LG and Motorola released “modular” smartphones, in which the phones they designed would be compatible with accessories that could be attached and detached for various purposes, such as an improved camera, more storage, pico projector, speaker attachments, and more. However it seems that LG is done with their modular efforts. Read full post →Moto Mods To Be Compatible With Next 3 Years Of Phones


With virtual reality becoming a lot more mainstream these days, and with social media platforms starting to support 360-degree photos and videos, there is obviously a need for more VR content. Obviously there are rigs out there like the Nokia Ozo which is designed for professional use, but if you wanted something more accessible, Huawei has you covered. Read full post →Huawei’s Honor VR Camera Unveiled


Because we are human, we aren’t perfect which means that sometimes in the medical profession, humans can overlook certain signs that could be a symptom of a larger problem. However thankfully with the advancement of AI and technology, perhaps missing out on signs of heart disease might be a thing of the past. Read full post →IBM’s Watson Can Now Be Used To Diagnose Heart Disease



At the moment the AirPods from Apple are only offered in a white finish. This is pretty standard practice for Apple as so far, pretty much all of their accessories including their cables are white. However if you’re after something a little more funky or unique, you’ll be pleased to learn that ColorWare will do that for you. Read full post →ColorWare Is Offering Apple’s AirPods In Multiple Color Options


There are many obvious jobs that a robot could easily replace humans with. A good example would be manufacturing where instead of putting humans along the assembly line, a lineup of robots would be more efficient. However there are some fields where you think that maybe humans aren’t so easily replaced. Read full post →StyleShoots Live Takes Studio Photos Without A Photographer


If you’re planning on doing a bit of online shopping, you might want to do it today because Amazon has announced that for one day only, they’ll be giving all of its customers (regardless of Prime membership) a $8.62 discount on their order. This appears to be Amazon’s way of thanking its customers for helping them rank #1 in the annual Harris Corporate Reputation poll. Read full post →Amazon Is Giving Its Customers A $8.62 Discount Today


Depending on where you live, Waze might be more than just your standard navigation app. Now you might recall that back in 2016, Google launched a ride-sharing service using Waze. The initial rollout of the service was limited to San Francisco, but a report from The Wall Street Journal (via Fortune) has revealed that Google plans on expanding further. Read full post →Google To Expand Waze’s Ride-Sharing Service


With NASA recently announcing the discovery of 7 Earth-sized exoplanets (planets that are outside of our solar system), it is clear that there are still a ton of other planets out there in the universe that we have yet to discover. So much so that the developer of EVE Online, CCP Games, has announced that they’ll be helping to crowdsource the search for exoplanets. Read full post →EVE Online To Crowdsource The Search For Exoplanets


There are some who say that to think that Earth is the only planet in the universe that has living creatures is a very arrogant way of thinking, but so far from all of our explorations into space, there hasn’t really been much evidence to suggest otherwise, or at least as far as living creatures/organisms are concerned. Read full post →NASA Discovers 7 Earth-Sized Planets 40 Light Years Away From Us


While having good core gameplay is obviously important to the success of a game, developers also need to think long-term and how to keep players interested. This has resulted in updates, expansions, and DLCs in which we see new game modes, skins, quests, weapons, items, and so on being added to the game to extend its playability. Read full post →‘Live Fire’ Mode Announced For Titanfall 2, Coming February 23