Acer is a brand you might associate with computers and maybe even computer monitors. However it seems that the company has decided to try their hand at VR and have recently announced the Acer Holo 360. This is a VR camera that is powered by Android, which also means that it can be used as a phone (or at least that’s the assumption). Read full post →Acer Unveils The Holo 360 VR Camera That Is Also A Phone


The coffee table is an important piece of home furniture. Typically displayed in the living room, a coffee table is a place where people sit around to watch TV, to chat, and to hang out, so while it should look pleasing aesthetically, it should also be functional. Enter the Sobro which is basically a very functional and very hi-tech coffee table. Read full post →The Sobro Is A Hi-Tech Take On The Coffee Table


HTC reportedly has a new smartphone in the works dubbed the HTC U 11. According to the rumors, one of the phone’s unique selling points is the fact that it will come with a touch-sensitive frame which users can squeeze and swipe to perform actions on the phone like launching apps. Read full post →HTC U 11 Teaser Hints At Squeezable Frame



We have been hearing about Bandai Namco’s Tekken X Street Fighter game for years, and by now many have probably assumed that it has been cancelled. Back in 2015, the developers assured that this was not the case, although in 2016 it was revealed that the game is no longer in active development. Read full post →Still Not The Right Time To Launch Tekken X Street Fighter


If you’re thinking about getting your hands on the NES Classic Edition, you might have heard that Nintendo had previously announced that they would be discontinuing the console. If that wasn’t official enough, Nintendo New York has tweeted that the console would officially no longer be available from the Nintendo NYC store. Read full post →Nintendo NYC Has Officially Stopped Selling The NES Classic Edition


Rage-quitting is a terrible practice that needs to stop, but unfortunately frustration can sometimes get the better of us and sometimes just turning off the computer and quitting the game seems like the best thing to do in the moment. However it can ruin the experience for other games, and this is something Bandai Namco wants to avoid. Read full post →Bandai Namco Has A Plan To Deal With Tekken 7 Rage-Quitters


While T-Mobile might not necessarily be the biggest carrier in the US, the company has come up with all kinds of interesting offers and moves that defy industry standards. We suppose a lot of it is designed to shock customers and to wow them into switching over to the carrier’s network, and we guess it has been working. Read full post →T-Mobile Could Change The Way You Buy And Pay For Smartphones


Back in the day, the idea of a hard drive storing 1TB worth of data was enough to make eye pop out of heads. However 1TB these days has become the norm, and given how movies and games are starting to be offered at 4K resolution, 1TB is starting to feel a little restrictive, but not to worry because it looks like Western Digital has a 12TB hard drive for those who are interested. Read full post →Western Digital Begins Shipping A 12TB Hard Drive


When you think of wearables like smartwatches or fitness trackers, Acer isn’t necessarily a company that comes to mind. However to the company’s credit, they have been releasing wearable devices for a while now, and during the company’s recent event in the US, they announced their latest efforts in the form of the Acer Leap Ware. Read full post →Acer Leap Ware Is The Company’s Latest Wearable


If you want to watch a movie online, there are so many ways you could go about it. You could purchase a copy of the movie and download it onto your computer. Alternatively you could turn to the use of streaming services like Netflix to watch it, or if you’re after music, you can also choose to stream it, watch it on YouTube, or purchase it piecemeal. Read full post →Google Search On iOS Shows Movie And Music Streaming Services