At the moment there aren’t that many games available for the Nintendo Switch, but if there is one Switch game that everyone is raving about, it would be The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Not only has the game received rave reviews, but it seems that the game has an almost one-to-one attach rate. Read full post →Zelda’s Breath of the Wild Has Almost One-To-One Attach Rate


If you’re in the market for a new and affordable smartphone, you’ll be pleased to learn that Verizon has launched two brand new options for you to choose from. They come in the form of the LG K20 V and the Samsung Galaxy J7 V, both of which are relatively affordable so if you want a second phone or one for your kids, these might be some great options. Read full post →LG K20 V, Samsung Galaxy J7 V Now Available From Verizon


Calling 911 as a prank is not a joke and can land you into some trouble. This is why in the past police have warned about certain pranks that will lead to you accidentally dialing emergency services when you don’t intend to, and recently it seems that a new prank is making its rounds that asks users to say “108” to Siri. Read full post →Police Warn Of New ‘108’ Siri Prank



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If there is one aspect of Android that is better than iOS, it would be custom ringtones in which while a bit tricky, is still many times easier than creating custom ringtones for iOS devices. We’re not sure if Apple plans on easing this up anytime soon, although we guess for the most part users have made peace with that, but for Android users, things are about to get easier. Read full post →Android O Makes Adding Custom Ringtones Easier


With Google launching Hangouts Meet and Hangouts Chat that are clearly aimed more at enterprise users, for a brief moment there were some who were probably worried that the consumer version of Hangouts would be killed, although this is something that Google has since reassured will not happen. Read full post →Google Reportedly Removing Hangouts SMS Feature


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When you think of facial recognition technology, you might think of it as being used for security purposes, or for tracking purposes where it can help identify criminals in videos and photos and what not. However it seems that recently a group of scientists have found another use for facial recognition, and that is to detect a rare genetic disease. Read full post →Researchers Use Facial Recognition To Detect Rare Genetic Disease


If you’re a regular Twitter user, chances are you just post your tweet and you’re done. The default Twitter app is probably more than enough for you to browse tweets from those you follow and what not. However if you’re more of a power user or someone who manages a brand’s Twitter account, you might require more advanced tools. Read full post →Twitter Considering Offering TweetDeck Subscriptions


It’s starting to look as if the hacker group calling themselves the Turkish Crime Family might actually be holding onto legitimate iCloud login credentials. The folks at ZDNet recently managed to obtain several of these credentials from the group, to which they verified that they were real. Read full post →Report Confirms Some iCloud Credentials Held By Hackers As Legit


3D printing can be used for all kinds of things, and as we have seen in the past, the idea of using it to 3D print perfectly-fitting shoes has been floated before, which is why it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn that Under Armour has recently taken the wraps off their latest pair of 3D printed shoes, the ArchiTech Futurist. Read full post →Under Armour Unveils 3D Printed ArchiTech Futurist Sneaker


Back in February we reported that some Pixel and Pixel XL owners were claiming that they were experiencing random Bluetooth disconnections on their phones, where for some reason the Bluetooth connection would drop. It’s not exactly a breaking bug, but we reckon it can be annoying if you’re trying to use it with Bluetooth devices like headphones or speakers. Read full post →Bluetooth Disconnection Issues On The Pixel Have Been Fixed