htc-oceanIn the past few days, an image of a HTC phone made its way online. At that time, it was suggested that the phone in question was merely a concept cooked up by a HTC designer and that we might never see it become a reality. However that has changed. A tweet from @LlabTooFeR has suggested that the phone could be in the works. Read full post →HTC Planning New ‘Ocean’ Series Of Smartphones [Rumor]


Garmin-Virb-Ultra-30-06Think of Garmin and you might be thinking of navigational systems or maybe even fitness-related wearables. However just last month, Garmin launched the Virb Ultra 30, an action camera that looked like it was designed to compete against the likes of GoPro, but the only downside is that it was priced much higher at $500. Read full post →Garmin Virb Ultra 30 Gets A Price Cut To Compete Against GoPro


nexus-9-review-7As you might have heard, word on the street has it that Google could be unveiling Project Andromeda on the 4th of October, which in case you haven’t heard, is Google’s vision of the future where Android and Chrome OS are merged together into a single platform. If you’re looking for more proof, you’re in luck. Read full post →Google Reportedly Testing ‘Andromeda’ On The Nexus 9



iOS_10_iPadiPhoneSome people might think of backups as a necessity where in the event something goes wrong, you can restore your files. However the thing is, unless your backup is secure, hackers or thieves could try and access your backup files to steal sensitive information. For example your backups might include login information for your websites, or private photos, or secret projects. Read full post →iOS 10 iTunes Backup Found To Be Less Secure Than iOS 9


exynos-8-octa-samsungNot a lot is known about the Samsung Galaxy S8 at the moment, except that we think it will be quite a powerful device that Samsung is probably hoping will cast a shadow on the fiasco that was the Galaxy Note 7’s exploding batteries. Now according to a report from SamMobile, it seems that the upcoming handset is expected to pack a powerful new GPU. Read full post →Samsung Galaxy S8 Could Be VR Ready With New Powerful GPU


fb-messenger-paymentsSo the other day we reported that Facebook rolled out a new feature to Messenger where it allowed users to create polls so that they could ask their friends questions and get votes to see which answer is the most popular. However it seems that isn’t all because Messenger also has a new feature that reminds your friends that they owe you money, and vice versa. Read full post →Facebook Messenger Now Reminds Friends They Owe You Money


Fans of the Mafia franchise have long been waiting for a new game. 2K Games finally confirmed earlier this year that Mafia 3 was indeed in the pipeline and that it would be released in 2016. We’re now less than a month away from Mafia 3’s release and today 2K Games has posted a fairly detailed gameplay video online which provides us with a great in-depth look at Mafia 3.
Read full post →Mafia 3 Gameplay Video Provides An In-Depth Look


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Playground Games and Turn 10 Studios developed the first Forza Horizon game that was released back in 2012 for Xbox 360 since that was Microsoft’s flagship console at the time. The second game in this franchise was aptly called Forza Horizon 2 and it was released in 2014 for both Xbox One and Xbox 360. Now that Forza Horizon 3 is just around the corner, Microsoft thinks it’s time that the original title said goodbye, so it’s going to remove it from the Xbox Store.
Read full post →Original Forza Horizon Being Removed From Xbox Store


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Battlefield 1 is one of the most highly anticipated games of this year. If the record-breaking numbers that its first beta run saw are any indication, this game might very well be a hit at launch. EA has now confirmed the release date for the first free trial of Battlefield 1 for EA Access and Origin Access subscribers. The Battlefield 1 Play First trial for these subscribers will begin soon.
Read full post →Battlefield 1 Free Trial Date For EA And Origin Access Subscribers Confirmed


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Tech companies need to create more and more data centers across the globe to meet their demands as they further advance cloud computing technology. Data centers happen to be one of the largest consumers of energy on the planet so they are quite a drain on its resources. Major companies like Google, Microsoft, and Apple have pledged to use renewable energy to power their facilities. Microsoft has reiterated its commitment to its cause as it plans to use 50 percent renewable energy by 2018.
Read full post →Microsoft Pledges To Use 50% Renewable Energy By 2018