Gaming on smartphones makes more sense than a smartwatch, especially considering the amount of screen real estate a smartwatch has. However if you recall, last week we reported that Square Enix was working on a game that would be exclusive to the device, and it looks like gamers did not have to wait too long. Read full post →Square Enix Launches Cosmos Rings For The Apple Watch


diablo_3_tormentIf there is one thing Blizzard has going for them it is that they are pretty good at keeping their games up to date. For example Diablo 3 has been out for many years, but Blizzard is still doing their best to keep the game fresh and exciting for gamers who are still playing the game, and gamers who are just discovering the game. Read full post →Upcoming Diablo 3 Patch Will Introduce 3 More Difficulty Levels


doom board gameDoom has always been known as an FPS game. In fact it was one of the early FPS games that helped set the standard of FPS games that we know and love today, but now it looks like Doom will be given the board game treatment where thanks to the folks at Fantasy Flight Games, we can look forward to playing a different version of the game in the future. Read full post →Doom Will Be Getting The Board Game Treatment



august-smartlock-03Amazon’s Echo and its voice assistant Alexa can help users do all sorts of tasks, such as hailing you an Uber, ordering a pizza, checking up on the weather, reading you a book, and so on. Now it looks like it can even control your house’s lock, but that’s assuming you have equipped it with the August Smart Lock. Read full post →Amazon Echo Can Now Control The August Smart Lock


apple patent touch idThe physical home button has always been a point of contention amongst iPhone users as it does have the potential to wear out, which can be rather annoying and inconvenient. However if the rumors are true, 2017’s iPhone is said to be ditching the home button, so the question is where does this leave Touch ID? Read full post →Apple Patent Hints At A Button-less Touch ID For The Future


report-cyberbullyingOnline trolling and cyberbullying is an unfortunate reality of the internet, although we have seen how some companies like Twitter are actively trying to stem it, and we have also seen efforts by individuals to curb such behavior. Now it looks like Yahoo’s researchers are throwing their hat into the ring with a potentially more powerful abuse detection tool. Read full post →Yahoo Researchers Build Online Abuse Detection Tool


One of the biggest rumors for the upcoming iPhone 7 is Apple’s alleged plans to remove the headphone port on the phone. Instead in the future, users are expected to connect headphones to the iPhone via the Lightning port. This isn’t as absurd as you might think as other OEMs have recently ditched the headphone port in favor of USB-C as well. Read full post →Possible Lightning To 3.5mm Adapter Shown Off In Video


Come next week, Samsung will be officially taking the wraps off their next Galaxy Note handset, the Galaxy Note 7. So far everything we know about the phone has been based on rumors, speculation, and leaks, but it seems that Samsung has corroborated some of those claims in their new teaser video for the upcoming phone. Read full post →Official Galaxy Note 7 Teaser Video Released


lenovo_air_proBack when the first MacBook Air was launched, many weren’t exactly thrilled by the specs and its price, but over the years consumers have warmed up to the idea of an extremely portable and fast laptop, which is why following the MacBook Air, we’ve seen other OEMs try to create their own slim and fast laptops. Read full post →Lenovo Air 13 Pro Laptop Launched


high-speed-internetThere are many people out there who use VPNs not for nefarious reasons, but for simple and innocent reasons, like maybe to access websites that are being blocked by the government, or accessing content that might be geo-restricted, and so on. However it seems that over in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), using a VPN could land you in jail, and be slapped with a hefty fine. Read full post →Using A VPN In United Arab Emirates Could Land You In Jail