LG has announced today that it’s going to start mass production of the Advanced In-Cell Touch display panels for notebook PCs which is going to make laptops radically lighter and slimmer than ever before, mass production of these panels will begin in the second half of this year. The company claims that the new Full HD LCD panel with the In-Cell touch function is an “exclusive development” by its display team.

Read full post →LG’s New Displays Will Make Laptops Slimmer And Lighter

With around two months to go until Samsung is due to unveil the Galaxy Note 5 we’re hearing all sorts of rumors and seeing leaks almost on a daily basis. Today’s leak seems to be a big one, 3D CAD renders of the Galaxy Note 5 have been compiled in a video and posted online which just might give us our first proper glimpse at the design of the Galaxy Note 5.

Read full post →Galaxy Note 5 3D Renders Appear In A Video

GoPro has revolutionized the action camera market in a very short span of time and it continues to churn out new products to maintain and extend its lead. Meet the Hero4 Session, it’s the smallest action camera yet from GoPro and one that brings one of the biggest changes we’ve seen yet from the company.

Read full post →Hero4 Session Is GoPro’s Smallest Action Camera Yet

Setting programs as Default for opening files make it very easy to open files without going through the process of specifying which program to use. However, it can be a bit tricky to set up a default Email Client and it gets worse with Windows 8, as it will set its built-in Mail app as Default Email client.

Not many people are fan of Windows 8 Mail app and the fact that it is set by default, it just gets more annoying. But, don’t worry you can always change your default email client in both Windows 7 and 8. Read full post →How To Set The Default Email Client (Windows 7 and 8)

Believe it or not there’s a lot of junk in space, be it components from broken up satellites or fragments of broken machinery. There’s a lot of it and since it travels at speeds of up to 15,000 miles-per-hour up there it can pose a serious risk to astronauts and other satellites, somewhat like the scenario that was depicted in the movie Gravity. Switzerland’s EPFL Center for Space Engineering has an idea to clean up space and it involves “Pac-Man” satellites.

Read full post →‘Pac-Man’ Satellites Will Clean Space Debris


Smartphone customers are accustomed to getting thinner devices with every next generation but if purported iPhone 6s schematics claimed to have been leaked are to be believed then this time around iPhone customers will be getting a slightly thicker device. Dimensions mentioned in the schematics show that the iPhone 6s just might be slightly thicker than its predecessor, the iPhone 6.

Read full post →iPhone 6s Leaked Schematics Hint At Thicker Frame


Rumors and reports about the Galaxy Note 5 are steadily picking up speed as September approaches with each passing day, the latest out of China suggests that this year’s flagship phablet from Samsung is going to have a feature called Write on PDF, which will let you do precisely what the name suggests. The S Pen will be an integral part of this feature and it would be the first time that a handset from the Galaxy Note lineup comes with this feature.

Read full post →Galaxy Note 5 May Allow You To Write On PDF

LG G Stylo

T-Mobile has been offering its customers good and pocket-friendly options since June, by providing smartphones such as LG G Stylo and LG Leon. These two smartphones have been catering to the economical section of users and the deal just got sweeter with the arrival of Android 5.1.1 update for both the devices.
Read full post →Android 5.1.1 Update Now Rolling Out To T-Mobile’s LG Leon And LG G Stylo

Many of you might still be celebrating the fact that the U.S. has beaten Japan in the Women’s World Cup but now you have another match to look forward to, interestingly it doesn’t involve soccer players, this match will primarily be between giant robots. MegaBots Inc. from the U.S. had challenged Japan’s Suidobashi Heavy Industry to a giant robot duel, a challenge which the latter has now formally accepted. It’s on!

Read full post →U.S. And Japan Agree To Giant Robot Fight

BlackBerry Classic Cobalt

BlackBerry supporters have a reason to rejoice, as the company has brought out a limited edition variant of the BlackBerry Classic. This new variant is targeting those customers who want to experiment with the color of their handset. The variant is now available for purchase, it features Cobalt Blue color, which gives it a new look. Rest all is same old Classic smartphone that has been quite popular.

The device comes with a QWERTY keypad and in the middle there is a touch trackpad, which has been enhanced and optimized with accuracy. The smartphone runs BlackBerry 10 operating system along with BlackBerry Hub, which manages mails, BBM messages, social media and voice calls on the device.
Read full post →BlackBerry Classic Now Available In Cobalt Blue Limited Edition