Gear-S2-watch_lifestyle__01Earlier today Samsung announced their latest smartwatches in the form of the Gear S2 and the Gear S2 Classic. These are some pretty nice-looking wearables and the good news is that if you’re wondering where you might be able to get them, you’re in luck as several carriers have since announced that they will be carrying the device.

For starters T-Mobile has announced that they will be selling the Gear S2 later this fall. The price of the watch will be set at $5 a month, meaning that you’re basically buying it on an installment plan. There will be 500MB of data accompanying the plan, along with access to unlimited music streaming via Samsung’s Milk Music. Read full post →Major Carriers In The US Will Be Carrying The Samsung Gear S2



microsoft-hololens-hands-on-01We know that Microsoft is looking into augmented reality with the HoloLens, an interesting direction given that many companies appear to be focusing on virtual reality at the moment. However could Apple be interested in heading down the augmented reality route as well? In the past Apple has shown some interest via patents, and it seems that their latest hire is pretty telling.

The Cupertino company has apparently hired an individual by the name of Nick Thompson. Thompson used to be an engineer for the HoloLens project back at Microsoft, and according to his LinkedIn profile, it seems that he is indeed working at Apple as a CPU software and audio engineer. Read full post →Apple Hires Former HoloLens Engineer, Fuels AR Rumors



Claw machines have a pretty insane lure to them. After all for a dollar, you could potentially fish yourself something worth much more than that, or at the very least fish out something that would have cost you more had you been lazy and bought it at the store. However chances of you being successful with the claw machine are slim.

If you’ve always thought that maybe they were rigged, you are right. The folks at Vox have posted a video a couple of months ago which proves that claw machines are rigged, and they have also uncovered the various ways in which they can be rigged. Heck, some of the methods these days are so hi-tech that its operators can even control it via their smartphones! Read full post →This Video Proves That Claw Machines Are Rigged


apple_logoChances are if you work in a relatively big company, you might see a lot of Cisco’s communications equipment used at your workplace. That’s how widespread Cisco’s technology and products are in the enterprise sector, which is why it does not come as a surprise to learn that Apple has decided to team up with Cisco in a bid to make a bigger push into enterprise.

Speaking to Re/code, Rowan Trollope, the senior VP and general manager of Cisco’s collaboration technology group said, “We’re not going to do this with anyone else. We’ll continue to work with the other platforms, but if we had wanted to do a deal like this around Android, the first question we’d have to ask is which Android? There’s so much fragmentation on that platform, there’s no clear place to start.” Read full post →Apple To Partner With Cisco To Make Bigger Push Into Enterprise


uc4 special editionUncharted 4 has been a game long in the making. We first heard about the game a couple of years ago where it had originally been pegged for a 2015 release, only to have it delayed to 2016. The good news is that it appears we won’t have to wait much long as Sony has officially announced that the game will be released on the 18th of March 2016.

Along with the announcement of the game’s release date, Sony has also revealed two special editions of the game that gamers can buy. The first is just dubbed the Special Edition and it will be priced at $79.99. It will come with the game on Blu-ray, a collectible steelbook case designed by Alexander “That Kid Who Draws” Iaccarino, a 48-page hardcover art book, a stick sheet, and Naughty Dog Points. Read full post →Uncharted 4 Will Be Officially Released On The 18th Of March 2016


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Samsung just announced its new smart watch, the Gear S2, which takes a new design direction since it abandons the wide display form-factor in favor of a more “watch-like” round design. In addition to this obvious change, the Samsung Gear S2 also features two buttons on the side for the Home and Back functions. The bezel can rotate, just like analog chronograph watches, except that this will be used as a control dial. Good idea.

Read full post →Samsung Gear S2 Smartwatch Launched


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It has been a long time since Apple released a new set-top box which is why there’s a lot of anticipation these days for a new Apple TV to be unveiled at the company’s event next month. Multiple rumors and reports have surfaced over the last few days concerning the set-top box’s features and specifications, one such report has been published today and it claims that the new Apple TV is going to feature support for Bluetooth game controllers.

Read full post →New Apple TV Reportedly Supports Bluetooth Game Controllers


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If you have been looking to purchase a new Android tablet on AT&T then the latest addition to the carrier’s lineup might be of interest to you, it’s a new LG tablet with LTE support that AT&T has launched today. The LG G Pad X 10.1 is going to be sold online in the first week of September before it’s sold through retail stores later on. Even though it has a different moniker from the specifications it seems that this tablet is a slightly tweaked version of the recently released LG G Pad II 10.1.

Read full post →AT&T Launches LG G Pad X 10.1


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iHeartRadio is live on Windows 10 starting today, the app for Windows 10 brings several new features including integration with Cortana, Microsoft’s virtual private assistant. Cortana integration allows users to speak or type commands inside the app to discover new content or music. iHeartRadio didn’t take too much time in getting this app out the door, it has even managed to beat Pandora to the latest iteration of Microsoft’s operating system.

Read full post →iHeartRadio Arrives On Windows 10 With Cortana Integration


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Google is taking its self-driving tests to the next level in Austin, the company has already been testing its autonomous Lexus SUVs in Austin for quite some time now but it’s said to be ready to bring its own fully self-driving cars out on the roads of the Texas capital. This will be the first such test of Google’s own self-driving car outside of California where there’s no driver behind the wheel.

Read full post →Google Will Start Testing Fully Self-Driving Cars In Austin