Getting your SportsCenter fix requires having a cable subscription but in the future this restriction might be removed. Disney CEO Bog Iger has said that the company may decide to sell ESPN straight to customers one day though he does caution that this won’t happen immediately, it could take a few years before Disney puts everything in place before selling the channel directly to customers.

Read full post →ESPN Might Be Sold Directly To Customers One Day


The bulk of Apple’s products are manufactured in China, this obviously includes the iPhone, which is one of the company’s most successful products. Naturally there are many shady outfits in China that are also churning out fake iPhones at a rather swift pace, we’ve even seen fake iPhones come to market before that particular model is even officially announced by Apple. The Chinese police have cracked down on one such factory in Beijing involved in the production of fake iPhones.

Read full post →Massive Fake iPhone Factory Busted In China


There are many who support Android’s open ecosystem while others express concerns related to malware and security vulnerabilities that can put millions of people at risk. It’s not like Google isn’t doing enough to ensure that Android users are safe but when has that ever stopped hackers from trying to find a way in. A new flaw has been discovered in Android which can allow hackers to break into the device by just sending one text message to the intended target.

Read full post →Stagefright Android Flaw Can Give Hackers Access With Just One Text Message


Apple has tried quite hard to push the Apple Watch as more of a fashion accessory than a conventional smartwatch, there already are a lot of those available in the market and Apple certainly wants its first wearable device to stand out from the crowd. It won’t be standing out too much from the crowd though since it’s likely to be sold in the smartwatch aisle over at Best Buy, the retailer is going to start selling the smartwatch from next month.

Read full post →Best Buy To Sell Apple Watch From August

Many people are terrified of flying and they’re not reassured by the infamous saying that you’re more likely to die in a car crash on the way to the airport than you are on the plane, and if you happen to be one of those people, then this video of a commercial Boeing 777 landing during a 75 MPH windstorm is not going to make things any easier for you.

Read full post →Landing A Commercial Boeing 777 In 75 MPH Windstorm Can Be Scary


Motorola has a very strong contender in the mid-range smartphone market with the Moto G, this handset has done quite well for itself and fans have anxiously been waiting to see what changes Motorola makes to the 2015 model. Over the last couple of weeks there have been countless rumors and leaks related to this handset, the latest is that Moto G (2015) will be launched on July 29th. That’s just two days from now.

Read full post →Moto G (2015) Launch Slated For July 29th

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It’s not uncommon for carriers to release incremental updates for mobile devices and T-Mobile has sent out one such update today for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. This is the first such update for these devices after there were updated to Android 5.1.1 not too long ago, however users shouldn’t keep their fingers crossed for any major improvements or new features, this is just an incremental update which primarily brings performance improvements and bug fixes.

Read full post →Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge Get New Update On T-Mobile

Fighter jets are very impressive machines, the true embodiment of man and machine. Naturally skilled pilots can make these jets do so much more than what we perceive to be possible, besides, unlike passenger planes these jets are designed to operate under very difficult conditions and in extreme circumstances. This means that every now and then the person inside the cockpit can have a little fun with it, like this MiG-29 pilot did by launching into an amazing looking vertical takeoff.

Read full post →MiG-29 Vertical Takeoff Makes For An Amazing Video


Samsung fans around the world are waiting for the company to launch its new handsets next month, recent reports suggest that the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ are going to be launched in the second week of August. There’s a new report out of Korea today which claims that the company is going to shift marketing focus from the Galaxy Note 5 to Galaxy S6 Edge+ in a bid to establish the latter’s presence in the market.

Read full post →Samsung Will Reportedly Shift Marketing Focus From Galaxy Note 5 To Galaxy S6 Edge+

While browsing, every website you visit is recorded in the browser’s history with complete details of when and what was searched. This history can easily be accessed in the browser, and can be deleted as well, either completely or just specific searches.

One would think that any user can browse around and delete the history like they were never there, but this is not the case. The history is deleted, but can still be recovered via different means.

If you want to double-check the full history or if you just deleted some important browsing history by mistake, we will help you recover this data via different means, you can just use the method that fits your situation best.Use DNS Cache to View Deleted Browsing History Read full post →How To Recover Your Internet History