According to the latest rumors, it has been suggested that the iPhone SE 2 will not come with a headphone jack. Considering that Apple has been doing away with the headphone jack since the iPhone 7, we suppose this shouldn’t really come as a surprise but this is just a rumor for now so take it with a grain of salt. Read full post →iPhone SE 2 Might Not Come With A Headphone Jack



If you’re someone who uses eBay to list products for sale or auction frequently, then the latest update to the app might be of interest to you. eBay has recently updated its iOS app where they are now including a barcode scanning feature. What this does is that it will help quicken the listing process which will apparently take seconds. Read full post →eBay For iOS Updated With Barcode Scanning, Makes Listing Easier


Late last year, Ultimate Ears launched the Blast and Megablast speakers. While the company does announce new Bluetooth speakers from time to time, what made these speakers different is the fact that they will come with Amazon’s Alexa digital assistant built into them, thus giving Alexa users an alternative to the Echo speakers. Read full post →Ultimate Ears Blast, Megablast Speakers To Get Spotify Voice Control


At the moment there aren’t too many companies in the world that can mass produce OLED panels in the quantity and yield that Apple demands. Samsung is one of those companies and if a report from The Wall Street Journal (via 9to5Mac) is to be believed, Apple is expected to continue to source from them. Read full post →Apple Might Continue To Use Samsung’s Expensive OLEDs For Its iPhones


One of the plus points of iOS is that support for older devices goes back several years and generations, versus Android in which usually OEMs end support after 2-3 years tops. For example iOS 11 supports devices as old as the iPhone 5s which was released back in 2013, 5 years ago. Read full post →iOS 12 Could Continue Supporting The iPhone 5s


Online ads are something that many of us have grown accustomed to when surfing the web, but in recent times due to there not being any particular standard imposed when it comes to online ads, in some instances it has grown out of hand. This has prompted users to download and install ad blockers that prevent ads from showing up. Read full post →German Supreme Court Rules That Ad Blockers Are Legal


Different styles of photography present their own set of challenges. For example landscape photography might look simple, but the challenge is framing and composing the scene in an interesting way and also waiting for the right light. Studio photography also has its own set of challenges, such as choosing the right lighting, directing the model, and so on. Read full post →Photography App Uses AR To Let You Shoot Models In The Real World


Ahead of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’s official reveal, it seems that there are quite a bit of rumors surrounding the upcoming title. One of which involves the early development of the game where according to a series of tweets by a certain Matt Harris, it was suggested that early multiplayer concepts of the game was very similar to Blizzard’s Overwatch. Read full post →Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4’s Multiplayer Was Apparently Similar To Overwatch


While Blizzard’s Hearthstone might typically be seen more as a multiplayer game, there are single-player elements to it that might interest gamers who want to complete quests/campaigns or who are looking to test out new decks and strategy without it affecting their rankings. Recently Blizzard has decided to detail the game’s latest single-player mode. Read full post →Blizzard Details Hearthstone’s Upcoming Monster Hunt Mode


Last year it was revealed that Ubisoft’s latest South Park game, The Fractured But Whole would not be coming to the Nintendo Switch. However clearly the company had a change of heart because the game has since been confirmed for the Switch and according to the Nintendo eShop listing, it will be released on the 24th of April. Read full post →South Park: The Fractured But Whole Arriving On The Switch April 24