We’re sure when the idea of Twitch first came about, many people were wondering who on earth would want to spend hours watching someone else play video games? However we suppose thanks to some Twitch streamers who have made the streaming process rather entertaining, watching people play video games has become a big thing, so much so that Amazon has decided to snap them up.

However what could be the next thing in unlikely streaming? As it turns out, watching people code live could be the next big thing. There has been a recent trend developing in which users can tune in to live streams and watch people code Minecraft servers, writing compilers, or even building a search engine from scratch. Read full post →Watching Developers Code Live Could Be The Next Big Thing


The beautiful thing about MMORPGs like World of Warcraft is that even if you aren’t a hardcore raider or enjoy PvP-ing in Arenas or Battlegrounds, there is always something for you to do. You could try to make money via the auction house, go fishing and take part in fishing competitions, pet battles, and recently in Patch 6.1, it seems that you could take part in a mini race as well.

It has been discovered in the upcoming Patch 6.1 that Blizzard has added a mini racing game to the Darkmoon Faire island. For those unfamiliar, the Darkmoon Faire is an event that takes place every so often and it is where players can go to collect/earn loot that they would not be able to get in the game normally. Read full post →World Of Warcraft Gets Mini Racing Game In Patch 6.1


moment ip6plusLast month we reported that Moment had announced that they would be releasing a Moment camera case for the iPhone 6, and while this is great news for iPhone 6 owners, what about those with the larger iPhone 6 Plus? Is Moment going to ignore these users as well? Thankfully not as they have recently announced support for the iPhone 6 Plus as well.

The company announced via its Facebook page that they will be supporting the iPhone 6 Plus with a case of its own. However the company notes that instead of being shipped in June which is when the iPhone 6 case is being shipped, the iPhone 6 Plus version is expected to be shipped in August instead. Read full post →Moment Announces Camera Case Support For The iPhone 6 Plus



dexcomwatch-800x439Early last year while the Apple Watch was still a rumor, we had heard reports that glucose monitoring was a feature that might not make it onto the device. The Apple Watch was launched later in the year and there was no mention of that particular feature as well, but if glucose monitoring is a feature you’re after, you could be getting your wish.

A report from The Wall Street Journal (via MacRumors) has revealed that medical device manufacturer DexCom has recently announced over the weekend that they will be releasing an app for the Apple Watch. The app in question will have the ability for the wearable to track the wearer’s glucose levels and display the information on their wrists. Read full post →Apple Watch To Come With Third-Party Glucose Tracking App At Launch


Say you have some friends over and you want to offer them a nice cold beer. Wouldn’t it be cool if you could offer them beer straight from the keg instead of giving them a can or bottle from the fridge? That would make for a more authentic bar experience, wouldn’t it? The good news is that if you wouldn’t mind the idea of installing a kegerator in your home, you might be interested in a Kickstarter project for the KegSmart.

The KegSmart Kickstarter project is put together by a company called PicoBrew who are calling it the world’s smartest kegerator. Why/how is it smart? It is smart because there is a WiFi device attached to the kegerator that will be able to relay information to your tablet, such as temperature of the beer, quantity left, type of beer, and etc. Read full post →The KegSmart Turns Your Kegerator Into A Smart One


htc-one-review-m8-labshot-04We expect that the HTC One M9 to be unveiled at MWC 2015 but what can we expect from the handset? We’ve seen some leaks, some of which are apparently clever plants meant to throw us off the real thing, but as the date inches closer, we can only imagine that more leaks will start to surface.

Recently a couple of tweets from ROM developer LlabTooFeR has revealed some additional details about the handset. Not so much the handset’s specs, but rather what we can expect from its software. The first bit of information is related to WiFi, which according to LlabTooFeR will be faster than its predecessor thanks to the use of a BCM4356 wireless module which supports 2×2 802.11a/b/g/n/ac. Read full post →HTC One M9 To Have Faster WiFi, 20MP Rear-Facing Camera [Rumor]


Boston Dynamics, for those unfamiliar, is a company that builds and develops robots. They were also acquired by Google back in 2013, and recently the company has taken the wraps off their latest design – a robotic dog called Spot, which is also essentially a smaller and slightly more agile version of their WildCat robot.

Spot weighs 160 pounds and is electrically-powered and hydraulically-actuated. The robot is able to walk, climb across all sorts of terrains thanks to its built-in sensor, and what’s interesting is that the robot will be able to balance itself even after repeated attempts at trying to kick it to throw it off balance, which you can see for yourself in the video above. Read full post →Boston Dynamics Shows Off Spot, Their Latest Robot Dog


The current version of Google Glass will never see the light of day beyond current Explorers who have already bought and paid for their devices. This is because Google has decided to put an end to the Explorer program in favor of taking a break and possibly rebooting the project which will now be led by Nest’s Tony Fadell.

However this doesn’t mean that there isn’t anymore use for Google Glass. It seems that over in Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport, Google Glass is still being used. The wearable is being used by airport authority officers to allow them to look up gate and flight information without having to turn to a separate device. Read full post →Google Glass Used At Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport


imgur logoOne of the reasons why you would have paid for an Imgur Pro subscription is that it removes all ads from the website. The Pro features also allow unlimited uploads and access to community features like commenting, voting, sharing, and analytics tools. The subscription was priced at $3 a month or $24 a year, but now it seems that Imgur has decided to make it free for everyone. Read full post →Imgur Pro Features Now Free And Available For Everyone


xperia e4We know that Sony will be at MWC 2015, but whether or not the company’s presence will be a big or small one remains to be seen. That being said can we expect at least some handset announcements, even if it might not be the rumored Sony Xperia Z4? Possibly, thanks to recently leaked renders (via GSM Arena) which shows off alleged renders of the upcoming Sony Xperia E4.

The Xperia E4, for those who are unfamiliar, is rumored to be the successor to last year’s Sony Xperia E3. In fact towards the end of 2014, a full hands-on review of the Xperia E4 made its way online, giving us a glimpse at the handset’s design and also some of its rumored specs, assuming of course that the review was accurate to begin with. Read full post →More Sony Xperia E4 Renders Leaked