It’s no secret that social media platforms like Facebook have been changing its News Feed to better deliver content that they think is relevant to you, which is why different people’s News Feeds look different from yours. Now it seems that Facebook is taking that customization further by testing out a new feature called “Featured Topic”. Read full post →Facebook Testing Out ‘Featured Topic’ Customized Links



When it comes to video recording on our smartphones, having high-end phones feature some kind of image stabilization is almost a necessity. However for some reason the OnePlus 5 was launched without the feature, even though the feature was present in older handsets like the OnePlus 3 and 3T. Read full post →OnePlus 5 Video Stabilization Update Shown Off In Video


While hate groups in general are not tolerated on most websites and services, the recent events in Charlottesville has led quite a few tech companies to publicly denounce these groups and also ban them from using their services. This includes Apple and PayPal, Spotify, Deezer, Google, and GoDaddy, just to name a few. Read full post →EFF Not Thrilled With Tech Companies Blocking Hate Groups


Voice assistants like Siri, Cortana, and Google Assistant (previously known as Google Now) have been around for a while, but it’s safe to say that Amazon’s decision to launch Alexa and open it up to third-party developers and manufacturers has really helped it become more mainstream. Read full post →Monster Brings Voice Assistant Services To Its Headphones


The Nokia 8 was announced a couple of days ago and while its 5.3-inch display isn’t exactly small, it’s not particularly big either, at least compared to some of the other brands out there. However it seems that there is a chance that we could see a larger Nokia phone in the future, according to a report from Russian website 4Pda. Read full post →HMD Reportedly Teases Larger Nokia Phone, Possibly The Nokia 9


One of the criticisms of the Android mobile operating system is that when it comes to releasing updates, it can be a bit slow unless you own a Nexus or Pixel handset. Google has tried to remedy this over the years with various initiatives, and earlier this year the company announced their latest efforts with Project Treble. Read full post →Google Working To Bring Project Treble To Existing Devices


Apple’s iPhone 8 has yet to be officially announced or revealed, although leaked schematics, drawings, photos, and renders have painted a pretty accurate picture, or at least a pretty consistent picture. In fact it seems that over in Australia, McDonald’s might have gotten ahead of itself and has used renders of the iPhone 8 in its latest promotion. Read full post →McDonald’s Australia Uses iPhone 8 Render For Its Promotion


One of the great things about Amazon’s Alexa is that it is open to third-party developers, which means that Amazon won’t have to work so hard to increase its functionality as this can be done by third-party developers, who have in the past come up with a variety of skills that Alexa can use, like hailing you an Uber, order a pizza, and so on. Read full post →Amazon To Start Paying More Developers Who Create Alexa Skills


If you’re trying to figure out a song that’s playing on radio or a TV show that’s being shown on the screen, Shazam is a pretty awesome tool that gets the job done. Of course this usually will rely on you using your smartphone, but it seems that if you own a Samsung Smart TV, Shazam will now be integrated into the operating system. Read full post →Shazam Finds Its Way Onto Samsung’s Smart TVs In Latest Update


Based on the rumors, it’s safe to say that Apple will be launching a new Apple Watch later this year which presumably is the Series 3. In a report by Chinese news outlet Economic Daily (via 9to5Mac), it seems that the Apple Watch Series 3 has entered into its final testing phase, meaning that it’s now one step closer to being launched. Read full post →Apple Watch Series 3 Reportedly Enters Into Final Testing Phase