To commemorate the MLB Opening Week, T-Mobile today announced that it’s going to give all customers a free year subscription of MLB.TV Premium and At Bat Premium as part of its T-Mobile Tuesdays customer appreciation program. This gift has a $112.99 value and is obviously very useful for those who diligently follow MLB games.
Read full post →T-Mobile Customers Get Free MLB.TV Subscription For A Year

There’s no hiding the fact that not a lot of people use Google+ as they prefer to stick to Facebook and Twitter instead. While there have been many rumors of the impending demise of Google’s social network it’s still around. Google has now removed a feature the social network that has been a part of it for a few years. The Google+ location sharing feature is no longer available to users.
Read full post →Google+ Location Sharing Feature Disabled

According to a report out of China, local smartphone manufacturer Meizu is working on a new tablet that it’s planning to launch in the near future. Meizu’s 7.9 inch tablet is reportedly going to offer mid-range specifications at an affordable price. That’s the strategy that most Chinese OEMs normally take so it’s not surprising to see Meizu adopt this for its new tablet.
Read full post →Meizu Reportedly Developing 7.9 Inch Tablet

Rumors had been spreading around for the past few weeks that Amazon was thinking about acquiring, one of the largest online marketplaces in the Middle East. Amazon hasn’t officially had a presence in the region so acquiring the biggest player in the region enables it to hit the ground running. Amazon today confirmed that it has indeed acquired
Read full post →Amazon Confirms Souq Acquisition

Ever since the hookup app Tinder was launched it has only been available on smartphones. However, you will now be able to swipe right (or left) on your PC if you’re bored at work and wouldn’t find checking out Tinder. A Tinder web app for desktop has been launched today which will allow users to swipe from any browser, anywhere in the world.
Read full post →Tinder Launches Web App For Desktop

With a greater emphasis being placed on security and privacy, it is not surprising that more developers have started to include end-to-end encryption in their apps. For example it wasn’t too long ago that WhatsApp turned on encryption for its app, and while the feature might be great for end users, the UK government isn’t too thrilled by it. Read full post →UK Government Wants To Restrict End-To-End Encryption Messaging Apps

While IKEA might be known as a company that produces affordable furniture for the masses, the company is into tech as well. For example a couple of years ago IKEA introduced wireless charging and built that into some of its furnitures, and now it looks like the company is expanding into the smart lighting system. Read full post →IKEA Launches Their Own Affordable Smart Lighting System

When Amazon Prime first debuted, the perks of subscribing to the service weren’t that much and it did seem rather pricey. However fast forward to today, and Amazon Prime is packed with perks and features that certainly helps make it a compelling annual subscription, whether you want it for the shipping perks, music, videos, storage, and so on. Read full post →Amazon UK Prime Members Now Get Ticketing Perks

For those living in the US, you might be familiar with the company BLU, who has in the past put out some pretty decent handsets with attractive prices. Admittedly the company has really been making many waves compared to the likes of Apple, Samsung, HTC, LG, Sony, and so on, but it seems that recently they have caught the eye of LG. Read full post →LG Sues BLU For Alleged Patent Violation

At the moment in order to control things inside VR with the HTC Vive involve the use of separate physical controllers. However given their design, it isn’t necessarily ideal because depending on what you are doing in the game, the shape and size of these controllers might not always be the best tool for the job. Read full post →HTC Vive Tracker Now Available To Developers