galaxy-note-7-design_05-black-cameraWhen the three other major carriers in the US announced their plans to issue an update that would effectively disable the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, Verizon was the only carrier to not come on board with the plan. Their reason was that they did not want customers to be out of a phone during the holiday season. Read full post →Verizon To Redirect Outgoing Calls Made On The Galaxy Note 7

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Image credit – iFixit

For the longest time ever, Apple has typically relied on Qualcomm’s chips for its iPhones. While Apple does have multiple suppliers for some components, there are some that they do work with exclusively, so this did not really come as a surprise. However the FTC has recently filed a lawsuit against Qualcomm (via Bloomberg) alleging monopolistic behavior. Read full post →FTC Sues Qualcomm For Allegedly Forcing Apple To Use Its Chips

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Image credit – Ashley Murphy

Thanks to YouTube, finding video tutorials for all sorts of things has become a piece of cake. Whether you want to learn how to dance, how to cook, how to paint a mural, learn how to beatbox and so on, there’s a good chance you’ll be able to find something for it. Now it seems that one woman by the name of Cara Brookins has taken it to the next level. Read full post →Mother Of Four Builds Family Home By Watching YouTube Tutorials

zelda breath of the wild 3One of the launch titles that will be available for the Nintendo Switch will be The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The game was originally announced for the Wii U, but its launch was delayed as Nintendo wanted it to launch on both platforms simultaneously. So far from what we can see, the game looks fantastic. Read full post →Another Zelda Game Could Be Made For The Nintendo Switch

att-signJust like 4G and 3G, 2G was kind of revolutionary back in its day. However with 5G on its way, 2G cellular technology certainly does feel downright ancient, and with pretty much all smartphones these days supporting LTE connectivity, there really is almost no need for 2G, or at least that’s as far as developed countries like the US are concerned. Read full post →AT&T Officially Shutters Its 2G Network

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Image credit – Android Police

There are a variety of ways that carparks can let visitors know how many spots are available. This can be done by displaying a counter, or carparks can install light sensors above parking bays in which it will flash green if a spot is available, or red if it is not, thus saving drivers time from having to drive to a section only to find it full. Read full post →Google Maps Now Showing Parking Suggestions For Some Users

Google introduced its Daydream virtual reality platform last year. The platform was released just a few months ago after the company released its Daydream VR-compatible Pixel smartphones. It also released its very own Daydream View virtual reality headset that costs $79. The Daydream View VR headset has now received its very first price cut for a limited time.
Read full post →Google Daydream View VR Headset Gets First Price Cut

Motorola’s first smartwatch, the original Moto 360, was very well received. It was one of the first smartwatches on the market to properly nail the circular display design but early adopters felt that it could have been more with better specifications. The second-generation Moto 360 addressed many of those concerns but it didn’t perform too well either and now Google has removed the smartwatch from its online store.
Read full post →Second-Gen Moto 360 Removed From Google Store

A new report published today claims that Google has teamed up with LG in a Nexus-like partnership to produce two new smartwatches that are going to be launched next month alongside Android Wear 2.0. The new wearable devices will reportedly be called the LG Watch Sport and LG Watch Style. It was reported earlier today that Android Wear 2.0 release is likely to take place on February 9th.
Read full post →New Google Smartwatches Made By LG Due February 9th

Do you want your kids to learn how to code? If you’re unable to teach them yourself because you don’t have enough time or don’t know how to code yourself, perhaps you can outsource the job to Kubo, an intelligent robot that’s going to teach your kids this essential skill. The robot has been developed with an idea in mind that if kids are able to complete a jigsaw puzzle, then they will be able to learn how to code.
Read full post →This Robot Will Teach Your Kids How To Code