We imagine it can be a bit confusing that Amazon has an Alexa app for mobile devices, but yet despite the name, the app doesn’t actually contain the Alexa digital assistant, but rather it’s an interface in which you use to control Alexa devices, like the Echo series of speakers. However that has changed. Read full post →Amazon Brings Voice Control To Alexa App For Android



Ahead of the iPhone X’s launch, many had a lot of high hopes for the handset, and to be fair Apple did deliver on the rumors of a new design, the use of OLED display tech, and also the inclusion of a new form of security in Face ID. However it seems that it wasn’t exactly the runaway success that many had thought it would be. Read full post →The iPhone X Could See Its ‘End Of Life’ As Early As This Summer


Spreading fake news and propaganda these days is particularly easy due to the invention of social media, where such news can be easily spread at a click of a button. Social media platforms are working to cut through the noise and fake news, such as Facebook where they have launched tools and also notify users who might have followed fake Russian accounts. Read full post →Twitter Notifying Users Who Followed Russian Spam Accounts


Facebook has been trying to combat fake news and have approached the problem in different ways. One of the ways was to flag articles that were deemed fake and added a tag to let users know that the article could contain inaccurate information. Facebook later revised this by displaying suggested articles that have been fact-checked to be accurate. Read full post →Facebook Users Will Be Able To Rank News Source Trustworthiness


Back in December 2017, it was revealed that the percentage of iOS devices running on iOS 11 was at 59%. However it seems that the number has since increased in the month of January, at least according to Apple’s Developer Support page in which they have revealed that iOS 11 is now installed on 65% of all compatible devices. Read full post →iOS 11 Installed On 65% Of All Compatible Devices


Last year Netflix launched an animated series based on Konami’s Castlevania franchise. While it was very well-received, it was unfortunate in the sense that it only featured four episodes in the season, meaning that viewers could quickly blow through the entire season in a little over an hour. Read full post →Netflix’s Castlevania Season 2 Confirmed For A Return This Summer


Apple’s iPhones don’t come cheap, but thanks to deals offered by carriers, they feel more affordable thanks to the introduction of rebates and also installment plans, where customers don’t need to pay the full price upfront which helps lessen the impact. However these plans are usually for postpaid customers, but prepaid customers can now get in on it as well. Read full post →AT&T Reportedly Planning New Affordable, Prepaid iPhone Plans


Last year Apple announced that their HomePod speakers would be delayed from a launch in late 2018 to a launch in early 2018. The good news is that we could be getting close to the speakers officially launching, thanks to a recent sighting at the FCC in which the agency approved the smart speakers for sale in the US. Read full post →Apple’s HomePod Approved By FCC, Could Be Getting Closer To Launch


Amazon’s Prime service used to be an annual subscription where for $99 a year, customers would get free shipping, access to music and movie streaming, discounts, exclusive deals, and so on. However at $99 a year, it does seem a bit expensive for someone who might not shop that much or that often. Read full post →Amazon Increasing Month-To-Month Prime Subscription Fees


As you might know, mining for cryptocurrency requires the miner to own a rig that a fair amount of processing power, which is why in recent times we are seeing inflated prices of GPUs on the secondhand market, where sellers know that miners will need the hardware in order to mine for cryptocurrency. Read full post →NVIDIA Encourages Retailers To Sell GPUs To Gamers, Not Miners