Are you someone who travels using Lyft often? Maybe 20-30 trips a month? No doubt that this will add up in terms of costs, but it looks like Lyft might have a plan to help make things slightly more affordable as the company has confirmed that they are now testing out a subscription plan for users who frequently use the app. Read full post →Lyft Testing Monthly Subscription Plans For Frequent Travelers

Having launched on iPhones, just last month Microsoft announced that its Edge browser would soon be coming to iPads. The good news is that it looks like we’re one step closer to seeing a full release because it appears that the beta for Edge on the iPad is now available where if you’re part of the beta, you can take it for a spin. Read full post →Microsoft’s Edge Browser Arrives On The iPad In Beta Form

Apple has many product categories, ranging from computers, wearables, smartphones, tablets, software, and so on. However it seems that for 2018, it could very well be the year for Apple’s MacBook laptops because according to StreetInsider, MacBook sales are expected to grow in the double digits for 2018. Read full post →Analyst Predicts MacBook Sales Will Grow In Double Digits In 2018

When headsets like the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive were first launched, one of the criticisms that they received was that the headsets required them to be tethered to a computer. This meant that mobility was kind of out the window, although companies like HTC have since done something about it. Read full post →Standalone Oculus Go Headset Could Be Launched In May

Last year Nintendo announced a new Kirby game for the Nintendo Switch and if this sounds like something you might be interested in, you’ll be pleased to learn that Kirby Star Allies has officially launched for the Switch and is now available for purchase and also for play where it will cost gamers $60. Read full post →Kirby Star Allies Launched For The Nintendo Switch

Just like Mario, Sonic is one of the more recognizable and classic video game characters around. For those who are looking forward to seeing more Sonic titles, it appears that SEGA might have a new Sonic racing title in the works and have since released a short trailer teasing the game. Read full post →SEGA Teases New Sonic Racing Game

While Nintendo has done an excellent job of bringing some big titles onto the Nintendo Switch, they have also done a stellar job of encouraging indie developers to create games for the Switch, which many have done. Take for example Chucklefish who published Stardew Valley onto the Switch which has been extremely well-received. Read full post →Nintendo To Host Nindies Showcase March 20

If you’ve been looking forward to Avengers: Infinity War, you will be interested to learn that Marvel has since released a new trailer for the upcoming movie. This trailer gives us some scenes that weren’t released in the previous trailers, but if you’re trying to avoid spoilers of any kind then maybe you should give this a miss. Read full post →New Avengers: Infinity War Trailer Released

Last year HTC launched both the HTC U11 and U11+, which is why it was largely expected that this year we might see both the HTC U12 and U12+. However it seems that this year HTC might be skipping the HTC U12 and going straight to the U12+, according to a report from VentureBeat’s Evan Blass. Read full post →HTC U12+ Might Launch In Place Of The HTC U12

We know that games and movies are great to watch in virtual reality (VR), but what about the news? For those who think that watching the news in VR seems like it would be a great idea, you’ll be interested to learn that CNN has partnered up with Magnopus to bring the news onto the Oculus Rift. Read full post →CNN To Launch News In Virtual Reality On The Oculus Rift