According to the rumors from earlier this year, Google was said to have been preparing to launch three Pixel phones instead of two. However the rumors later said that Google had changed their mind and would launch two Pixel phones instead, which has since proven to be true with the launch of the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. Read full post →Google Could Launch Three Pixel Handsets In 2018



Searching for things using keywords has been pretty much the way it’s been done. However what if you wanted to search for something that you couldn’t really describe with words? That’s something that Google wanted to address when they announced Google Lens earlier this year, which is basically Google search except for images. Read full post →Google Lens Preview Rolling Out For 2016 Pixel Handsets


If contactless payments is something you’re interested in, then you might be pleased to learn that Apple Pay has recently been launched in four new countries. This includes Sweden, Finland, Denmark, and the United Arab Emirates. This hardly covers the whole world but we expect that when there’s money and security involved, things tend to move a bit slower. Read full post →Apple Pay Launches In Sweden, Finland, Denmark, United Arab Emirates


There are many in the tech industry who believe that augmented reality is the way of the future and how we experience things. Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has long lauded the technology, and recently was quoted as saying that he believes one day in the future, no industry will be left untouched by AR technology. Read full post →Mastercard & Saks Team Up For Augmented Reality Shopping Experience


With the Google Pixel 2 and the iPhone 8 having just been launched, we’re sure many are wondering which phone is “faster”. The good news is that you won’t have to wonder anymore because the folks at PhoneBuff have recently published a speed test comparison between both phones. Read full post →Pixel 2 XL VS iPhone 8 Plus In Speed Test


We’re sure many of you guys have tried searching for business online, such as restaurants, hotels, and so on, and for the most part Google does an excellent job of providing users with information such as ratings, reviews, a phone number, address, and etc. Now Google is making it easier for users to interact with business via a “Book Online” button. Read full post →Google Implements ‘Book Online’ Button For Businesses


Blizzard’s Battle.net Launcher allows gamers to launch Blizzard games, check up on the latest Blizzard news, and access the Online Store. It also allows gamers to chat with their friends and see who’s online, although admittedly it isn’t the most robust chatting system available at the moment, or at least until now. Read full post →Blizzard Gives Its Battle.net Launcher A Social Makeover


Apple’s iPhone sales have been on the decline for the past few quarters, and while Apple is far from being in trouble, it does signal that perhaps consumers are getting bored with what Apple is offering. Enter the iPhone X which many believe could spur sales and represent a new super cycle for the company. Read full post →Survey Finds iPhone X Demand Not As Strong As We Think


When Apple announced the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and the iPhone X, one of the new features that would be offered in the phones is native wireless charging. In the past iPhone users would have to purchase third-party wireless charging cases. Apple also announced the AirPower wireless charging mat. Read full post →Samsung Patent Hints At An AirPower-Like Charging Mat Of Their Own


The Apple Watch isn’t necessarily expensive, although it is admittedly more pricey than other fitness trackers and smartwatches in the market today. However how would you like to be able to purchase it for just $25? If this sounds like great news, then note that insurance company John Hancock has announced a new promotion that will let customers buy the Apple Watch Series 3 for just $25. Read full post →Insurer Offers Apple Watch For $25…But With A Catch