It seems that Samsung really wants customers to buy the Galaxy S8. We have heard rumors that Samsung will be doing things like bundling AKG headphones with the handset, and even offering an unconditional 3-month refund window, and now thanks to a recent leak of Target’s upcoming circular, more bonuses for the Galaxy S8 have been revealed. Read full post →Target Circular Leaks Galaxy S8 Pre-Order Bonuses


You can definitely use iTunes on Mac or Windows to sync your music files. But, what if you don’t like iTunes, or don’t want to install it? We have four interesting ways to help you add music to your iPhone (or iPad) without using iTunes. Read full post →How to Add Music On iPhone Without iTunes


Xbox Live Gold subscribers wait every month to find out which games they will receive for free as part of their subscription. Microsoft always confirms the coming month’s lineup towards the end of the current month and it has done that today as well. The company has announced the Xbox Games with Gold for April 2017 lineup for Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
Read full post →Xbox Games With Gold For April 2017 Announced




Huawei is one of the largest and fastest-growing smartphone manufacturers in the world but it doesn’t really have a significant presence in the United States as its smartphones aren’t normally carried by the country’s four major carriers. One of the ways to try and capture the U.S. market is obviously to get your smartphones on at least a few if not all of these major carriers. Huawei may be working on that now as a new report claims that it’s talking to AT&T about U.S. smartphone distribution.
Read full post →Huawei May Be Talking To AT&T About Smartphone Distribution



It has long been reported that Apple is interested in manufacturing iPhones in India. It has been working out the modalities of such an arrangement with the country’s government over the past few months and according to reports, the two parties appear to have reached an understanding which will enable the company to start producing iPhones in India within two months. The iPhone will be produced at a Wistron plant based in Bangalore.
Read full post →Apple To Start Producing iPhones In India Within Two Months



It goes without saying that Destiny 2 is one of the most highly anticipated games of 2017. Bungie hasn’t revealed much about this title but the little that we’ve heard so far is exciting, to say the least. A poster image belonging to an Italian retailer has been leaked online which possibly reveals when the Destiny 2 release is going to take place.
Read full post →Destiny 2 Release Expected This September



It has been rumored for several months now that Amazon has been thinking about acquiring Souq.com, an online retailer that’s often referred to as the Amazon of the Middle East. Fresh reports suggest that “the ink is dry” on the deal and that Amazon has picked up Souq, a company that was once valued at more than $1 billion, for $650 million.
Read full post →Amazon Said To Buy Souq For $650 Million



Many of us have spent a lot of time and money on building our movie libraries. It hasn’t been long since those libraries consisted of hundreds of DVDs. It’s much easier to build a digital library now but many of us are still with countless physical copies. Vudu has come up with a way to let you save all of those titles in a digital library. Its new Disc-to-Digital feature will convert your physical DVDs into digital copies at a price.
Read full post →Vudu Disc-To-Digital Gets Digital Copies For Your DVDs



Instagram continues to improve the tools that ensure that the community is kept safe from content that violates its guidelines. However, things are never black and white on the internet so services like Instagram are faced with a problem when they have to host content that’s technically not against their guidelines. Instagram has found a way to work around this problem by blurring some sensitive content.
Read full post →Instagram Will Start Blurring Some Sensitive Content



We reported recently that Facebook was making some changes to the Messenger experience on the social network. It was only testing those features with a select group of users in Vietnam but the company has officially announced the change which means it’s going to be rolled out for all of its billion-plus users. Facebook has introduced Message Reactions and Mentions for Messenger today.
Read full post →Facebook Messenger Reactions Officially Launched