If you’re looking to buy a pair of sneakers, you’ve got options that include going online or going to a brick and mortar retail shop. However Nike is changing that up by announcing a new app called SNKRS, which is an augmented reality-based app that will help their customers get their hands on limited edition releases. Read full post →Nike Is Turning To Augmented Reality To Sell Sneakers

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When it comes to privacy on instagram, users have the option of setting their profiles to private or public. They can also block users, delete comments, and so on. However in terms of being able to share their content with a specific group of people, that’s one feature that has been missing from Instagram, but that could change in the near future. Read full post →Instagram Testing Out A New ‘Favorites’ Feature

It is no secret that Facebook wants to be your one-stop shop for everything, whether it be a place for you to get the news, for you to reach out to customers, for you to sell/buy items, or for you to consume video content. In fact speaking of video, recently at VidCon it looks like Facebook has announced a new app that is geared towards video creators. Read full post →Facebook Announces New App Aimed At Video Creators

Apple’s iPhone sales have been on the decline for the past few quarters, but many are expecting that this will turn around with the launch of the iPhone 8. This is because the iPhone 8 is expected to usher in a brand new design as well as a bunch of highly-requested features, like an embedded fingerprint scanner, wireless charging, and more. Read full post →These iPhone 8 Dummy Units ‘Confirms’ Its Design

Without a doubt it is safe to say that Google will be returning this year with new Pixel handsets, which based on past Google announcements should be made sometime in Q3 later this year. We’ve been hearing a bit about the phones recently, but thanks to the folks at XDA additional information about the Pixel 2 and its larger sibling have been revealed. Read full post →More Alleged Google Pixel 2, Pixel XL 2 Details Revealed

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When the average person thinks of 3D printing, you might think of simple DIY home projects where you can 3D print little gadgets, custom made jewelry, knick knacks and whatnot. However in terms of commercialization, over in the Netherlands it seems that researchers at the Eindhoven University of Technology are putting together a bridge for cyclists using 3D printed reinforced concrete (via Engadget). Read full post →The Netherlands Is Getting A 3D Printed Cycling Bridge

When Apple first launched the iPad, many made fun of its name, but safe to say that Apple has had the last laugh as not only did the iPad help made regular folks want a tablet (whereas before it was seen as mostly an enterprise tool), but for many years Apple continued to dominate the tablet market and make tons of money off it. Read full post →The Reason Why Apple Made The iPad

Those who live stream their gaming on Twitch as their full time job obviously need a way to make money. Sure, there are sponsorships, but it’s always nice when the community helps out too, and Twitch introduced an official way to tip broadcasters last year through a feature called Cheering. Read full post →Periscope Lets Users Tip Broadcasters With ‘Super Hearts’

With apps such as WhatsApp and Facebook’s Messenger, sharing your location with a friend is pretty straightforward. However for some reason despite introducing features such as geofilters, Snapchat has been missing a location-sharing feature, but not anymore as the developers have since announced “Snap Map”. Read full post →Snapchat Introduces ‘Snap Map’ Location-Sharing Feature

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Given that due to the way our phones are built physically, its software also needs to be configured in such a way that works with the way it has been designed. This also means that in some instances, what we can do on a computer might not necessarily be able to be replicated on our smartphones. Read full post →Google Chrome Gets Picture-In-Picture Video Support In Android O