mario-kart-switchAs far as we can tell, the Nintendo Switch will be launched with a couple of games: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, 1-2 Switch which is a game designed to show off the Switch’s capabilities, kind of like how Wii Sports was used to demonstrate the use and potential of the console’s motion controllers, Just Dance 2017, and Skylanders Imaginators. Read full post →No Video Apps For The Nintendo Switch At Launch


switch-uiWe’re not sure why but Nintendo did not exactly dive into as many details as we would have liked about the Switch durings its pricing and availability reveal. Perhaps they were still tweaking things like its UI, but either way it seems that thanks to a recent tweet by indie developer Nicalis, more details have been revealed. Read full post →Nintendo Switch Dashboard Reveals More Details About The Console


jeff-bezosIt is said that going to war changes a person, which is why sometimes when veterans come back from deployment, it can be hard for them to adjust to normal life, hold down a regular job, and so on. However Amazon wants to do something about it and together with the US Department of Labor, they are launching an apprenticeship program for veterans. Read full post →Amazon Launches Apprenticeship Program To Train Veterans For Tech Jobs



Image credit - Android Police

Image credit – Android Police

If you’re starting to see your friends post bizarre photos onto Facebook or Twitter where they look like they’ve been given a makeover, there’s a good chance that they are using a new photo app called Meitu which seems to be giving users anime-like makeovers thanks to its built-in filters. Read full post →Popular Photo App Meitu Is Asking For Very Strange Permissions


We’ve seen how robots can be used in factories to automate tasks and lift heavy objects. We’ve also seen how it can be used to help humans move parts of their bodies that they can’t. We’ve also seen robots being used to educate kids on coding, so it really shouldn’t be a surprise to learn that robots can soon help our hearts beat. Read full post →Researchers Develop A ‘Soft Robot’ That Helps Your Heart Beat


injustice-2-2Given the success of the first Injustice game from NetherRealm Studios, it’s safe to say that many are looking forward to seeing what Injustice 2 will be bringing to the table in terms of story and gameplay. If you want a sneak peek of sorts before the game’s release, you’ll be pleased to learn that signups for the beta are now live. Read full post →Injustice 2 Beta Signups Are Now Live


note 7 explodeAbout a week ago, it was reported that Samsung would be announcing the results of its Galaxy Note 7 investigation on the 23rd of January. Samsung did not actually come right out and say it so it wasn’t clear how true this was, at least until now where Samsung has confirmed that the 23rd of January date is accurate. Read full post →Samsung To Announce Note 7 Investigation Results On Jan 23


google-suite-promptThere are many reasons why people still run older builds of software. It could be that the update has changed the software in a way that they do not like, or it is possible that their devices can’t support the newer builds, or in some cases maybe some people do not even know that there are updates available. Read full post →Google To Shut Down Legacy Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides Mobile Apps


lg-g6-leakGhostek might not necessarily be a brand you’re familiar with when it comes to smartphone accessories, but the company is starting to make a name for themselves in the past couple of weeks. Just last week they posted a rendering of their case designed for the Galaxy S8 which supposedly showed off a rendering of the phone in the process. Read full post →LG G6 Renders Possibly Revealed By Casemaker


minecraft-turkey-banWhile Microsoft might not have bowed out completely of the smartphone market, it’s pretty clear that the company’s focus on smartphones is no longer what it used to be. This is why it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn that developers are slowly pulling support for their apps on the Windows Phone/10 Mobile platform, Microsoft themselves included. Read full post →Minecraft Will No Longer Be Supported On Windows Phone