With juggernauts like Apple launching their own music streaming service and with massive resources at their disposal, it isn’t surprising that the competition is feeling the pressure. This is despite the fact that Apple Music is still a relatively young service, but based on the figures it looks like Apple is playing catch up and fast. Read full post →Pandora To End Operations In Australia And New Zealand

Back in May, it was reported that Google could be working on bringing a night mode feature to its Chrome OS platform. It looks like those reports were true because in a post on Google+ by François Beaufort, it has been confirmed that Google is currently testing out the feature which is called Night Light. Read full post →Google Testing Chrome OS Night Light Feature

So it has been confirmed that Samsung will be re-releasing the Galaxy Note 7 handset sans the exploding batteries, and a report from The Wall Street Journal has apparently confirmed what it will be called and when it will be released, which assuming they are correct is currently set for a release on the 7th of July. Read full post →Samsung Galaxy Note 7 ‘Fandom Edition’ Could Be Released July 7

It is safe to say that Facebook has definitely become the standard of social networks as the company has recently confirmed that they are now hosting 2 billion users every month. This was originally announced by Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg in a post on his Facebook page confirming the figures. Read full post →Facebook Now Boasts 2 Billion Users Every Month

Privacy is a huge deal which is why for some users, they prefer keeping their location data off. However some apps do require location data in order to function properly, such as mapping apps, and if you’re a little paranoid about what apps could be accessing your location in the background, iOS 11 should help to assuage some of those fears. Read full post →iOS 11 Will Make It More Obvious When Apps Access Your Location

Xbox One X Console Controller Front Tilt Top

The Xbox One X that was unveiled at E3 2017 earlier this month is Microsoft’s latest Xbox One console. Unlike the Xbox One S which can play games at 4K (it upscales from 1080p), the Xbox One X is supposed to deliver “true” 4K gaming. So this begs the question of game file sizes and how the console manages them. Read full post →The Xbox One X Will Be ‘Smarter’ When Downloading 4K Assets

Earlier this year actor Ben Affleck announced that he would no longer be directing the solo Batman movie. Following this announcement, there were then subsequent rumors and whisperings that Affleck might not even be playing Batman at all, but that is a rumor that has since been quashed. Read full post →Ben Affleck Will Continue To Play Batman In Solo Movie

At E3 earlier this month, Bethesda announced Skyrim VR. At its core this is the Skyrim that gamers know and love, but with a twist being that it is playable in VR. This means that players will be thrust into the game’s virtual world in a more immersive manner compared to playing behind a computer monitor. Read full post →Skyrim VR Will Be Arriving On The HTC Vive In 2018

Google is a company that wears many hats, so many hats in fact that they’ve had to create a new parent company, Alphabet, to house all the different products and services that Google has created over the years. One of those services that Google created is a comparison shopping service, and it seems that Google has landed into a spot of trouble with the EU over it. Read full post →Google Hit With $2.7 Billion Fine In The EU

The OnePlus 5 has officially gone on sale and for the most part, the handset is still relatively affordable when you consider that other flagship handsets are priced several hundred dollars above it. However at the same time it isn’t exactly what one would call cheap either, but for our readers in Europe, not to worry. Read full post →OnePlus Launches Trade-In Program For The OnePlus 5 In Europe