nintendo-switch-skyrimNintendo’s decision to only show off the Switch’s design and keep the rest of the information until 2017 seems to be backfiring. If they thought they were doing their fans any favors by showing off what the console looks like, they might be mistaken because this has simply left many gamers (and investors) more confused than ever. Read full post →Nintendo: Games Showed In Switch Trailer Do Not Represent Actual Footage

Halloween is coming up which means that not only can we expect restaurants and cafes to start getting into the swing of things, but we can also expect websites and also apps to start getting more Halloween-y. For Pokemon GO gamers, if you haven’t already noticed, the folks at Niantic have given the app a Halloween-themed update. Read full post →Pokemon GO Gets A Halloween-Themed Update

Politicians love to make claims during their speeches, whether it be to discredit their rivals/opponents, or to help further their agenda. Now sometimes these claims can be true, maybe a bit exaggerated but for the most part true. Sometimes they can be false and embarrassingly so. Read full post →The Amazon Echo Will Now Let You Fact Check Politicians


Today at its Global Summit in San Diego, Intel Capital announced $38 million of new investments in 12 startups that develop technology I four categories: autonomous machines, data and connectivity, sports and health and virtual reality.

According to the company, the 17th Intel Capital Global Summit gathers nearly 1,000 entrepreneurs, investors and technology business executives who will help create the future of technology. Among the distinguished speakers are Salesforce CEO Mark Benioff, PayPal Chairman John Donahue, and Intel CEO Brian Krzanich.

This morning, representatives from all 12 startups were sharing their insights on stage during four panels, see below a brief overview of their technology. I met a few of them, and I will publish a few articles with more details regarding their particular products and technologies.
Read full post →Intel Capital Announces $38 million Investments in 12 Startups

pokemon-go-app-annieNiantic’s Pokemon GO is definitely not experiencing the same level of hype or enthusiasm today that we saw when it first launched. However it seems that the app is still holding on strongly because according to the numbers from analytics firm App Annie, it has been revealed that in the past 3 months, the app has pulled in a whopping $600 million in revenue. Read full post →Pokemon GO Reportedly Pulled In $600 Million In Revenue In 90 Days

google-pixel-phone-launch_03When the Pixel phones were officially announced by Google, or actually even before they were officially announced, it was revealed that they would not feature the same level of water-resistance that we have seen from various Samsung phones or the iPhone. Instead the handset was revealed to only have an IP53 rating. Read full post →Google Ran Out Of Time To Make The Pixel Phones Waterproof

Huawei has scheduled an event in the first week of November to unveil two new handsets which the rumor mill believes to be the Huawei Mate 9 and Mate 9 Pro. A lot has been rumored so far about these two devices, and the latest suggests that both the Mate 9 and Mate 9 Pro will feature 4x optical zoom and that a fully spec’d out version of the latter is going to cost as much as $1,300. That’s MacBook territory.
Read full post →4x Optical Zoom, $1300 Price Tag Rumored For Huawei Mate 9

Every month, Xbox Live Gold members look forward to the list of games that they will be able to play for free as part of their subscription. Microsoft today confirmed the free Xbox Games with Gold titles for the month of November 2016. The Xbox One and Xbox 360 get two free games each but since the Xbox 360 titles are backwards compatible, they can be played on the Xbox One as well.
Read full post →Free Xbox Games With Gold Confirmed For November 2016


AT&T announced earlier this month that it’s going to launch a standalone internet TV streaming of its own under the DirecTV brand. If you’ve been out of the loop, the telecommunications giant acquired DirecTV for over $48 billion not too long ago. The company hasn’t revealed everything about this service called DirecTV Now just yet, but AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson has revealed that DirecTV Now will be released next month.

Read full post →AT&T’s DirecTV Standalone Streaming Service Out Next Month

HyperX today announced the launch of its first gaming keyboard called the Alloy FPS. The company says that this keyboard has been created after extensive research and hours of gameplay testing. The HyperX Alloy FPS features mechanical switches to provide tactile feedback organized in a space-saving layout so that gamers can maximize desktop real estate for mouse movement in FPS games.
Read full post →HyperX Launches Its First Gaming Keyboard