With IKEA rolling out its Place app which uses augmented reality (AR) technology where users can place and adjust furniture in their homes virtually to get an idea of the look and feel, it is no doubt a game-changer when it comes to purchasing furniture in the future. However designer Adam Pickard thinks that this could be taken one step further. Read full post →Concept App Uses Augmented Reality To Help Assemble IKEA Furniture

When it comes to e-books, it’s safe to say that Amazon and its Kindle ecosystem have pretty much got the market cornered. We know that Apple has tried their hand at e-books with the launch of iBooks, but it is clear that it is definitely nowhere near what Amazon has achieved with their platform. Read full post →Apple’s iBooks Could Be Getting A Revamp According To Job Listings

It is no secret that the iPhone is Apple’s biggest money-maker at the moment simply because in the world that we live in, everyone has and needs a phone, and the iPhone is one of the hottest commodities to own right now. However in a report from Business Insider, it seems that in the next few years, the iPhone could soon be displaced. Read full post →Apple Watch & Services Could Overtake iPhone As Revenue Growth Driver

With Apple’s notification system, users have the choice of displaying a preview of the notification when they receive it, or hiding it so that anyone who glances at their phone won’t be able to see the contents of the notification until they unlock their device. However a recent Siri bug circumvented that protection. Read full post →Apple Confirms Siri Bug That Exposes Notifications Will Be Fixed

We know that Amazon is interested in using drones as a way of delivering packages to customers. Now it looks like in a patent filed by Amazon and discovered by GeekWire, it seems that Amazon might have some interesting ideas on how their customers might be able to interact with these drones. Read full post →Amazon Patent Imagines A Drone That Recognizes Hand Signals

Did you know that in the US it is actually legal to use a dead person’s fingerprints to unlock the phone they own as long as it is not owned by someone else as well? It also turns out that law enforcement has actually been using such methods for a couple of years already, according to a recent report from Forbes. Read full post →Police Have Been Trying To Unlock iPhones With Dead People’s Fingerprints

Last year Bethesda made a surprise announcement in which they revealed that not only would Skyrim be coming onto the Nintendo Switch, but titles such as DOOM and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus would be as well. DOOM has since been released but according to Bethesda, Wolfenstein II is only set for a release in 2018 but did not mention specifics. Read full post →Wolfenstein II For Nintendo Switch Will Make Its Playable Debut Next Month

Nintendo has recently confirmed that Super Smash Bros. will be coming to the Switch and mentioned that it is expected to arrive later this year. However the question is when in 2018? Could it be towards the end of the year? Or maybe earlier? Unfortunately it seems that there is a chance it could be in the second half of the year. Read full post →Super Smash Bros. Will Be Playable At E3 2018

Just like in the case of physical books versus e-books, there are some who will prefer the “old school” version of music, like listening to them through CDs or even vinyl. Perhaps some do it out of nostalgia, while there are some purists who believe that listening to music via these sources produces the best sound. Read full post →RIAA Claims That CDs & Vinyl Are Outselling Digital Music Downloads

The Nexus Player was originally launched in 2014 and has since been discontinued, but despite being discontinued, Google has surprisingly kept the device up to date with new features. For example last year Google updated the Nexus Player with Google Assistant, but it seems that’s as far as the Nexus Player will go. Read full post →Google Confirms Nexus Player Will Not Be Updated To Android P