It is a well-known fact that Apple loves to tout how green their products and operations are, which is why it doesn’t come as a surprise to learn that Apple has a robot called “Daisy” that has been designed specifically for recycling iPhones and can work at speeds of up to dismantling 200 iPhones per hour. Read full post →Apple Unveils ‘Daisy’, Its iPhone Recycling Robot

There have been many rumors in the past suggesting that Apple could be looking for a way to merge iOS and macOS together. There is some synergy between both operating systems and they can communicate with each other, but is a merged platform something that users want? Apparently not. Read full post →Apple CEO Claims Users Don’t Want A Merged macOS With iOS

Wireless and portable photo printers aren’t new. In fact Fujifilm might be a company that users might be more familiar with when it comes to such devices. However in case you’re looking for an alternative, you might be interested to learn that Canon has recently announced their latest wireless portable photo printer dubbed IVY. Read full post →Canon Unveils IVY Portable Wireless Photo Printer

When it comes to telling fake news apart from the real ones, how do you distinguish the fake from the real? We suppose if you were to watch the news and see someone with authority speak, chances are you might be more convinced compared to if you were to read an article online. Read full post →Jordan Peele Uses AI To Create Disturbingly Convincing Barack Obama PSA

While many carmakers have rushed to include features like Apple CarPlay and Google’s Android Auto, Toyota seems to be one of the few who are holding out, at least as far as Android Auto is concerned. Earlier this year Toyota announced plans to include CarPlay in future vehicles, but failed to mention anything about Android Auto. Read full post →Toyota Cites Privacy Concerns Over Android Auto

UEFA Champions League gaming rights have exclusively been with Konami for over ten years now but that exclusivity has now come to an end. Pro Evolution Soccer was the only football game which digitally recreated the Champions League but its no longer going to have exclusivity over this series.
Read full post →PES No Longer Has An Exclusive UEFA Champions League License

It has been a long wait for Oreo for many Android users as the latest iteration of Google’s mobile platform is yet to be released for their devices. The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge are both compatible with Oreo but the update hasn’t arrived as yet. However, it appears that this might change soon, as the Oreo update has now inched closer to its release for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.
Read full post →Galaxy S7 And Galaxy S7 Edge May Get Oreo Soon

Online political ads have come under the microscope following the 2016 U.S. presidential election which is said to have been influenced by a massive Russian misinformation campaign on social networking websites such as Facebook. As Facebook and other online networks take additional steps to ensure that something like this doesn’t happen again, states like New York are going one step further and now making it mandatory for online political ads for New York elections to disclose who paid for them.
Read full post →Political Web Ads In New York Will Have To Reveal Who Paid For Them

Deadpool fans have anxiously been waiting for the arrival of the second movie in the franchise and the studio has released the final trailer for Deadpool 2 today ahead of the movie’s release. Much like the trailers that have been released so far, it’s equal parts comedy and action, which is one of the reasons why the first Deadpool movie was very well received.
Read full post →Last Deadpool 2 Trailer Has Been Released

Huawei is one of the few smartphone manufacturers that develop their own mobile processors and then use them in their devices. Other companies, such as Samsung, not only uses its processors in its own devices but it also sells them to other customers which may or may not include other smartphone manufacturers as well. That’s not something that Huawei is interested in doing, according to a new report.
Read full post →Huawei Kirin Processors Won’t Be Sold To Other Companies