borderlandsNintendo’s consoles have typically gotten a bit of a reputation over the years as being a console in which many triple A titles are not available for it. Will the Nintendo Switch change that? We guess it remains to be seen as it has yet to be released, but for now it seems that it can be confirmed that Gearbox’s Borderlands 3 will not be available for it. Read full post →Borderlands 3 Will Not Be Arriving For The Nintendo Switch


nintendo-switch-4With the Nintendo Switch being marketed as a home console that also offers up portable gameplay, many have wondered if this could mean that the company could be looking to discontinue the Nintendo 3DS handheld console. After all why would gamers need two consoles if one already does the job of both, right? Read full post →Nintendo Switch And 3DS To Exist Side-By-Side


inflatable-xbox-controller-1So last year, Microsoft unveiled the Xbox Onesie which was basically a one piece clothing themed around the Xbox. It was a fun concept and idea and had a limited run. Turns out Microsoft isn’t quite done with its fun and weird Xbox products yet because Microsoft Australia has announced the Xbox Inflatable. Read full post →Microsoft Australia Unveils The Xbox Inflatable



apple-macbook-pro-2The max amount of RAM that you can stuff in Apple’s new MacBook Pros is 16GB. The reason behind this, according to Apple’s Phil Schiller, is that more RAM could lead to poorer battery life. The good news is that if you are after 32GB of RAM, that option could be made available later this year. Read full post →32GB RAM MacBook Pro Could Be Limited To 15-inch Model


nest cam outdoorDespite having been around for awhile now, Nest’s products have been limited to just a handful of countries – 7 to be exact. However the good news is that according to an announcement made by the company, it seems that they have decided that they will be expanding their product availability to four more countries – Germany, Austria, Italy, and Spain. Read full post →Nest Availability Expands To Germany, Austria, Italy, Spain


LG-Watch-Urbane-2-edition-04Last year we saw quite a few major Android Wear OEMs pass on the opportunity to make and release new devices for 2016, and LG was one of them. However it seems that 2017 could be a different story because thanks to the recent sighting of an LG smartwatch that was spotted at the FCC. Read full post →Potentially New LG Android Wear Smartwatch Spotted At The FCC


youtube-autoplay-in-google-image-searchThe next time you search for images on Google via your mobile device, don’t be surprised if you find YouTube video snippets playing at the top of it. This was recently discovered by Google Operating System in which it seems that that at the top of the image search results, a YouTube video snippet was being played on a loop. Read full post →Google’s Image Search Now Plays YouTube Video Snippets


google-pixel-phone-launch_03Amazon’s Alexa can do things like order you an Uber, order you a pizza, and make various purchases at your request. It looks like Google Assistant will soon be able to do the same because thanks to an APK teardown by the folks at XDA (via 9to5Google), it seems that Google has included payment capabilities in the latest beta update. Read full post →Latest Google Assistant Beta Hints At Payment Capabilities


mario-kart-switchThe Nintendo Switch features rather interesting controllers in the form of the Joy-Cons. While they look tiny, those who have tried the controllers out have said that they do feel surprisingly comfortable. However for those with bigger hands or who want a better grip, there is an included grip that is bundled with the console. Read full post →Nintendo Switch’s Joy-Con Grips Doesn’t Charge The Controllers


google-pixel-xl_env_01Google’s “Pixel” line of product is used to designed the highest-end, top of the line hardware, that Google makes. It is very different from the Nexus line of product, which is designed to provide excellent quality for the price. In a Pixel product, pricing is not a concern, and with prices starting from $649 (Pixel 32GB) to $869 (Pixel XL 128GB), Google’s new products don’t come for cheap, but they do bring excellent features and experiences to the table. You can compare the Pixel and Pixel XL specs if you want. Read full post →Google Pixel Review