Each photographer has their own style, and while getting the right composition and lighting down before you take the photo is important, the post-processing is also an important step which can sometimes help a photographer create their own unique style and touch to photos (think Ansel Adams’ black and white photos). Read full post →NVIDIA’s AI Can Apply One Photo’s Style To Another

In a report from the other day, it was suggested that Tomb Raider 1-3 would be getting remastered and released on Steam. There was even some early footage of what the game could look like but unfortunately for gamers looking forward to the remastered copies of the original Tomb Raider, it looks like it won’t be happening anymore. Read full post →It Looks Like Those Tomb Raider Remasters Aren’t Happening Anymore

Epic’s Fortnite Battle Royale was a popular game before it recently found its way onto mobile, but judging by the responses to the mobile release, where it managed to rake in a cool $1.5 million in the first four days, it seems that its popularity is growing. So much so that it looks like Epic will be fast-tracking some new features for the game. Read full post →Fortnite Battle Royale To Get Live Record, Replay Features

Just like many other fitness bands and smartwatches, the Apple Watch comes with a heart rate tracker built into it. However according to studies done in the past, it has been found that the Apple Watch can actually be used to detect abnormal heart rhythms. Whether or not this was an unintended consequence of the sensor is unclear, but it seems to work. Read full post →Apple Watch Can Detect Abnormal Heart Rhythms With 97% Accuracy

There are several reasons why phones overheat and explode during charging. It could be due to a hardware problem where there is an issue with the circuitry in your phone. It could also be a problem with the charger itself where sometimes unofficial chargers might be made with cheaper materials and might not be as safe as the real deal. Read full post →Android 8.1 Update Causes Overcurrent Charging Bug On Pixel XL, Fix Incoming

The gun debate is something that we reckon will not be going away anytime soon, although it seems like tech companies have already taken a stance. Take for example YouTube where back in 2017, the platform banned videos that showed users how to modify their guns, but that’s not all. Read full post →YouTube Now Banning Videos That Sells Guns

DC fans had big expectations from Justice League but the superhero team-up didn’t really meet them. The movie has completed its theatrical run and has officially become DC’s least successful movie ever. It merits mentioning here that Justice League had more than its fair share of problems during and even before production began. There was a change of director and even extensive reshoots which were meant to lighten up the movie’s tone.
Read full post →Justice League Is DC’s Least Successful Film

Samsung officially unveiled its 2018 QLED TV lineup earlier this month and while the company didn’t confirm pricing on launch day, it has now revealed how much it’s going to charge for the new models. Samsung’s 2018 QLED TV lineup includes the Q9, Q8, Q7, and Q6 models all of which are available in different sizes in both curved and flat variants.
Read full post →Samsung 2018 QLED TV Prices Confirmed

Google released the first official Android P developer preview earlier this month and since then, developers have dived into the firmware to figure out some of the new features that will be included in the next major Android update. The latest discovery suggests that Android P may have support to launch apps automatically when the phone is connected to select devices or accessories.
Read full post →Android P May Launch Apps Automatically When Connected To Select Devices

Google Maps for iOS has received a new update today which bumps up the app to version number 4.47 and brings it in line with its Android counterpart. A couple of new features are included in this release, such as more transit details as well as a very handy feature which shows wait times for more than a million sit-down restaurants across the globe.
Read full post →Google Maps For iOS Can Now Show Restaurant Wait Times