The other day it was reported that the US would be banning flights from certain countries from allowing larger electronic devices to be brought on board. Now it seems that over in the UK, the government is also instituting a similar ban on larger electronic devices that can be brought on board. Read full post →UK Flights Now Ban Larger Electronic Devices

In case the standard selection of Xbox One controllers weren’t good enough for you, and you’re not willing to drop money on the Elite controller, not to worry as Microsoft has announced a new controller in the form of the Recon Tech Special Edition that will be the first in the Wireless Controller Tech series lineup. Read full post →Microsoft Unveils Xbox Recon Tech Special Edition Controllers

The only way you can watch the latest movies is by going to a cinema, or at least that’s the current option. If you miss all the showings, then there is that weird limbo in which you can’t watch it anywhere until the DVD/Blu-ray version has been released, or you could always go the illegal route by downloading a cam-recorded version. Read full post →Movie Studios Considering Offering Movies At Home Early For $30

As good as a service might be, it can only do so much if its reach is limited. While Netflix has rolled out its service to more parts of the world, there are still some platforms in which support isn’t quite as robust, such as Linux for example where Netflix could only be streamed on Google’s Chrome browser. Read full post →Netflix Now Supports Firefox On Linux

The 2017 smartphone season has started with the LG G6, but high-specs fans have taken notice that the G6 uses a Snapdragon 821 chip (July 2016) and not a Snapdragon 835, which is the latest 8xx design from Qualcomm. Although the Samsung Galaxy S8 is set to be the first Snapdragon 835 handset, we did not know for sure what was the actual performance of that new chip was – until today. Read full post →Snapdragon 835 Benchmarks Show Galaxy S8 Potential

Apple has typically prided themselves for creating devices that generally get thinner and lighter with every new release. However it seems that Apple’s latest 9.7-inch iPad might be taking a step backwards, at least that’s according to the reports in which the dimensions of the new iPad were found to be different from that of the old iPad Air 2. Read full post →Apple’s New 9.7-inch iPad Is Thicker And Heavier

Not only do drones make for good vehicles for delivering items, but they’re great at capturing video and photo from angles that would normally be impossible without expensive gear or renting a helicopter. This is also why they make for great surveillance tools, which is also why it isn’t surprising that law enforcement are turning towards using them. Read full post →Police In The UK Will Have A 24/7 Drone Squad

One of the early rumors that we have been hearing about the Samsung Galaxy S8 is that it could have a Windows Continuum-like feature. For those unfamiliar, basically Continuum is where users can connect their Windows-based mobile devices to a display, and it will transform it into a desktop. Read full post →Leaked Photo Allegedly Shows Galaxy S8’s Desktop Dock

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When text messages first came about, they were pretty much sent as individual messages meaning that you’d have to reopen older messages if you’re trying to get an idea of the context of the conversation. However these days messages are more conversational in terms of their design. Read full post →Facebook Testing Major Design Changes To Comments

Back in February, famed YouTuber PewDiePie got into a bit of trouble over a video he posted in which it was deemed insensitive and anti-Semitic. In fact due to that video, YouTube cancelled the second season of the YouTuber’s show and also removed him from “Google Preferred”, which is basically an advertising service for platforms that are deemed “brand-safe”. Read full post →Google To Pull Ads From Extreme Videos And Websites