Earlier we reported that thanks to a sighting at the FCC, it seems that a pair of Google branded headphones were uncovered. This led to speculation that we could soon see Google launch their own pair of headphones, although admittedly these aren’t exactly the most stylish of headphones we’ve seen. Read full post →Earlier Leaked Google Headphones Are For Employees Only


About a week ago, it was confirmed that the next Call of Duty game would be set in World War II, and if you’re looking for more information you’re in luck as Activision and Sledgehammer Games have officially unveiled launched the trailer for the game which if you have a couple of minutes to spare, you can check out in the video above. Read full post →Call Of Duty: WWII Official Trailer Released



We have been seeing reports recently suggesting that DJI has a small drone in the pipeline. The company today sent out invites to the press for an event next month. It’s now expected to launch said drone at this event. From what we know right now, the unannounced DJI Spark drone is going to be smaller than the DJI Mavic Pro.
Read full post →DJI Spark Drone Launch Possible At May Event




We’re seeing a lot of rumors and reports recently about Motorola’s next-generation Moto E smartphone. This is an entry-level lineup from the Lenovo-owned company so the specs won’t really be anything to write home about. However, it appears that the Moto E4 Plus is going to have a massive battery, one that will be enough for almost two days of use, if not more.
Read full post →Moto E4 Plus May Feature 5,000mAh Battery



Google is no stranger to making hardware products. It made the great Pixel smartphone, the Chromecast dongle, Google Home, and more. It appears that the company has made something that we’ve not seen from it before. Google has apparently come up with a pair of on-ear Bluetooth headphones. The Google-branded on-ear headphones have been spotted out of the blue in a recent FCC filing.
Read full post →Google On-Ear Headphones Possibly Coming Soon


Devices like Google Home are great for use in the kitchen. They’re powered by artificial intelligence-backed smart assistants that can help with simple queries like how many teaspoons are in a tablespoon or even provide full recipes for delicious meals. Google Home is now much better at helping out in the kitchen. Google today announced that it has increased the number of recipes available on Google Assistant, which powers Google Home, to more than 5 million.
Read full post →Google Home Now Offers Access To Over 5 Million Recipes


Amazon is expanding its lineup of Echo hardware with a new product today that it calls a “style assistant.” It’s called the Echo Look and it’s a camera that can help you catalog your outfits. It can even rate your daily look based on advice from fashion specialists coupled with intelligence machine learning algorithms.
Read full post →Amazon Launches ‘Style Assistant’ Echo Look Camera



The Raspberry Pi boards are great if you like to tinker around with technology. The possibilities are endless with the board but it’s obviously limited by its specs. If you’re looking for a more powerful solution, one that can even run around, then look no further than Huawei’s new HiKey 960 computer board. The company has collaborated with Google on this board.
Read full post →Huawei Launches HiKey 960 Computer Board For Android



Now that the Galaxy S8 has been out for a few days we’re hearing more about the minor features and improvements that Samsung has made. The company only ever talks about the big features during its announcement events and rightly so since it’s pressed for time. It’s only when the handset makes its way to customers do we find out what minor improvements and tweaks there are for us to discover. One such minor improvement is the native Messages app’s ability to display web link previews.

This isn’t a groundbreaking feature by any means. You might have already experienced it in apps like WhatsApp and on iMessage if you’re on iOS. The feature is available on several popular cross-platform messaging apps so it’s nothing new.

Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ owners will now notice that the handset’s native Messages app is capable of displaying web link previews. Whenever someone sends you a URL in a text message and you’re using the native app, you’ll see a preview of the web link in the message thread itself.

The preview includes a small snippet of the web page as well as an image which gives you a glimpse of what you’ll see if you were to click on the link. It’s a pretty handy feature and I’m sure many Galaxy S8 owners will be happy to see that Samsung has added it to the handset’s native Messages app.



It has been a couple of weeks since Microsoft released the Windows 10 Creators Update for PCs, that happened back on April 11th to be precise. The company rolled it out for newer devices initially, particularly those that it had tested with its OEM hardware partners. Microsoft said at that time that the Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update would arrive a bit later, that wasn’t surprising, this is precisely what it did with the Anniversary Update last year as well. Microsoft has now released the Creators Update for Windows 10 Mobile.
Read full post →Windows 10 Mobile Creators Update Released