galaxy-s7-design_02Usually Samsung likes to play its card close to the chest when it comes to its smartphones, although we’re not sure why especially when you consider how frequent leaks are these days, almost always spoiling the surprise ahead of the official reveal. However with the Samsung Galaxy S8, the company has spilled some details. Read full post →Samsung Mobile VP Promises ‘Slick Design’ & ‘Improved Camera’ For The Galaxy S8

twitter-replies-character-countFor the longest time ever, Twitter has had a 140-character limit to its tweets, which we guess made sense since they probably did not want users penning long stories and blog posts. However sometimes certain features counted towards the limit which made it rather frustrating, but Twitter changed that last month. Read full post →Twitter Testing Replies Without The Username In The Tweet

nintendo_switchWe’re not sure why Nintendo is only choosing to reveal more information about the Switch console in 2017, especially after they kind of teased us with a preview trailer. If anything this has generated way more questions and has led to all kinds of speculation instead of answering the questions gamers had before. Read full post →Nintendo President Says More Switch Hardware & Accessories Are Coming

Uber isn’t just a company that created a platform to connect riders with drivers even though that happens to be its core business. The company is working on projects to fundamentally change how we go from one place to another. It has already shown off its self-driving car project and Uber has now revealed that it’s working on a flying car project. Sure, that does sound ambitious, but flying cars are almost always a staple in every other vision for the distant future.
Read full post →Uber Is Working On Flying Cars

samsung-logoThe smartphone market at the moment is saturated and with the arrival of more Chinese OEMs, customers are starting to realize that in order to get a good smartphone, they don’t necessarily have to fork out $600-$700 for one. Instead we’re seeing companies like OnePlus, Oppo, Xiaomi, and Huawei offer up competing handsets for much less. Read full post →Samsung’s Smartphone Market Share Drops To Its Lowest In 2 Years

galaxy-note-7-design_27-frontAccording to a recent survey, it was suggested that 40% of Samsung’s customers don’t plan to stay with the company following the Note 7 incidents. This means that about 60% do plan to stay and a recent survey by BayStreet yielded roughly similar results in which 70% of Note 7 owners said that they will continue to buy from the brand. Read full post →Survey Finds 70% Of Note 7 Owners Will Stand By Samsung

fukushimaThe nuclear power plant meltdowns in Fukushima is probably one of the worst meltdowns in modern times, following the Chernobyl disaster back in 1986. Now Japan is a country that loves to recycle (if you’ve been there and were intimidated by its recycling bins, don’t worry we’ve been there), so much so that they are looking to not waste anything, even if it means irradiated timber from Fukushima. Read full post →Irradiated Timber From Fukushima Used To Generate Power

There have been a lot of rumors about Snapchat considering an IPO, it was considered only a matter of time before the ephemeral messaging service went public, and it’s now being reported that Snapchat is looking to raise up to $4 billion in the IPO which is going to value the company at $35 billion. Snapchat’s previous funding round of $1.8 billion valued the company at $18 billion earlier this year.
Read full post →Snapchat IPO Might Value It At $35 Billion

Analysts and pundits have long doubted Tesla’s ability to turn a profit but the electric car maker has surprised everyone with its financial results for the third quarter. Wall Street was expecting Tesla to post a loss of $0.54 per share but instead the company posted a surprise earnings per share of $0.74. This amounts to a profit for Tesla on a GAAP basis. The company brought in $2.3 billion in revenue against analyst estimates of $1.98 billion. The market predictably responded in a positive manner with the company’s shares surging 5.5 percent after the results were announced.
Read full post →Tesla Posts Surprise Profit In Q3

Many might not have seen the logic in Google making the Pixel smartphones exclusive to Verizon in the United States but if there’s one thing that T-Mobile likes to do is one up the competition. The carrier’s CEO teased yesterday that Magenta will soon reveal some “BIG news” about the Pixel and we now know what that is. T-Mobile is going to give $325 in bill credits to any and all Google Pixel customers who buy the handset unlocked and move to Magenta. So basically, it’s giving them half-off on one of the hottest devices on the market right now.
Read full post →T-Mobile One Ups Verizon On Google Pixel With $325 In Bill Credits