Galaxy S5 owners on AT&T can now finally breathe a sign of relief as their carrier has finally released the much awaited Marshmallow update for this handset. Rival carriers like Verizon sent out the update for said device about three months ago. The country’s second largest carrier has made its customers wait for quite a long time but now that it has rolled out the update, they will just be happy that they are finally getting it.
Read full post →AT&T Galaxy S5 Marshmallow Update Finally Released

It was reported soon after Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 7 which features 4GB RAM and 64GB of onboard storage that the company will soon release a variant just for China which will feature 6GB RAM and 128GB of storage. Many Samsung executives reportedly teased this variant as well by saying that it was “possible” for the company to launch a Note 7 with 6GB RAM in China. As it turns out, the People’s Republic has got the same Note 7 variant like every other market, at least for now.
Read full post →China Doesn’t Get Galaxy Note 7 With 6GB RAM After All

The Xbox One now supports cross-play which means that gamers on Windows 10 can play games against those on the Xbox One. Microsoft has signalled its willingness to make this happen between Xbox One and PlayStation 4 as well but that depends on whether or not Sony is up for it. Sony has indicated that it might talk about cross-play but hasn’t given any assurances if it’s going to adopt it. Xbox’s marketing head recently shed some more light on the possibility of Xbox One and PS4 cross-play in a new interview.
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The headline of this post might not make sense to you because you might think that this can’t possibly happen, but it can happen and it has happened. A man in Norway volunteered to retrieve his friend’s phone that fell into a public toilet. Whether or not he was able to retrieve the phone became irrelevant when it became apparent that the man actually got stuck and could not come out of the toilet without help from rescue crews.
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On the way same day that T-Mobile announced it was killing data plans for good by offering a single unlimited option to its customers, Sprint came out with its own unlimited data plan, however, it capped video streaming on this plan to 480p like T-Mobile. The carrier has now launched a new unlimited plan for subscribers who are interested in streaming video in HD, this new plan will let them do just that on cellular data.

Read full post →Sprint’s Latest Unlimited Plan Lets You Stream Video In HD

Cloud Sites is pitched as a “premium web hosting for serious developers”. It promises to run high-traffic websites reliably, and “fast.” It is also a managed hosting, which means that the hosting company is responsible for system updates, server security, and system maintenance. The customer is responsible for the application and its security. How does it stack up to scrutiny? let’s see. Read full post →Cloud Sites Hosting Review

hackingIt was recently discovered that a security flaw dubbed “Trident” in the iPhone’s iOS operating system could let hackers breach the security measures and have full access to the phone, including camera and communications (microphone, data…). Read full post →iPhone Security Update Plugs Vulnerability That Could Allow Full Phone Access

garmin-fenix-chronos-watchThe name Garmin still resonates with GPS navigation, and more recently with fitness bands and smart watches, but Garmin is working on changing this: With the Fenix (fēnix) luxury watch, the company enters the Luxury Watch market. Read full post →Garmin Fenix Chronos Luxury Watch Costs $899+

google-solitaireGoogle has announced that its own version of the games can be played directly from the browser after a simple search for Solitaire or Tic-Tac-Toe. Both games come with two or three levels of difficulty and are basic implementations of the famous games. Read full post →Play Solitaire and Tic-Tac-Toe Directly From Google’s Search Results

Apple has deposed a patent (USPTO link) that describes how the company’s devices could use the fingerprint information of thieves, to catch them. Called “Biometric capture for unauthorized user identification,” the patent describes how an unrecognized user’s biometric information (fingerprint) could be stored locally, or on the cloud, to be utilized at a later time for identification. A couple of years ago, it was recognized that iPhones were the most targeted by UK thieves. Read full post →Apple Patent To Catch iPhone Thieves With TouchID Fingerprint Reader