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Hold On Tight, Your Flights In The Future Could Get A Lot Bumpier

04/07/2017, Experience turbulence is a pretty common occurrence whenever you fly and it really cannot be avoided, as much as pilots choose the smoothest routes possible. However it seems that the amount of turbulence we can expect from flights in the future will be...

Samsung Galaxy S8 VS LG G6 In Speed Test

04/06/2017, With the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S8, many comparisons are being drawn up to one of Samsung’s main competitors which is LG and the LG G6, which is the company’s flagship of 2017 for now. Now thanks to a video uploaded onto YouTube by XEETECHCARE,...

Company In Sweden Embeds Microchips Into Its Employees

04/05/2017, Embedding chips under your skin isn’t new and we’ve seen it done for medical purposes, or on animals for tracking, studying, and scientific purposes, however over in Sweden a startup by the name of Epicenter has started to embed microchips into its...

Some Facebook Users Are Seeing A New Rocket Icon In The App

04/03/2017, When it comes to testing out new features and designs for its mobile app, Facebook is pretty well-known for that as more often than not, users do see features pop up on the app that some of their friends might not have, and vice versa, only to have that...

Google Pulls The Plug On Its Map Maker Service

04/03/2017, While Google has certainly tried their best to map out as much as the world as possible using their own resources, sometimes help from the community is needed, which is where Google Map Maker came in. However it seems that after years of being in...

Some Nintendo Switch Owners Are Reporting Warped Consoles

04/02/2017, As with all new product launches, there are bound to be issues that crop up that all the beta testing in the world might not necessarily pick up on. This is because a handful of devices being tested in a facility in a controlled setting is very different...

Apple Patent Hints At The Return Of The MagSafe Connector

03/31/2017, One of Apple’s greatest innovations was the MagSafe connector for its laptops, where thanks to a magnetic connection, it only takes a light tug to disconnect the charging cable from the laptop, which in turn prevents laptops from crashing to the floor...

Middle Eastern Airlines Has A Workaround On Electronics Ban

03/30/2017, As it stands there is a ban on larger electronic devices on airlines coming to the US and UK from several Middle Eastern countries. No doubt that this is a hassle for passengers who were hoping to keep themselves entertained during the flight or hoping to...

Galaxy S8’s Battery Will Degrade Slower Than The Galaxy S7

03/30/2017, With the mess that was the Samsung Galaxy Note 7’s exploding batteries, we’re sure that battery is one of the issues that are on the minds of many Samsung customers. Now we know that Samsung has already put into place safeguards and processes to...

Samsung Galaxy S8 Is The First Phone With Bluetooth 5

03/30/2017, Back towards the end of 2016, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group announced that manufacturers would now be able to incorporate Bluetooth 5 technology into their devices. Then the rumors surfaced suggesting that the Samsung Galaxy S8 could be the first...

Samsung Debuts 34-Foot 4K HDR LED Cinema Screen

03/29/2017, When it comes to displays, Samsung is no stranger to pushing the limits and at CES every year, the company has never failed to impress us with their latest and greatest display technology. This is also why it does not come as a surprise to learn that...

Fake iPad Bomb Apparently The Reason Behind Airlines Electronic Ban

03/27/2017, As you might have heard, recently both the US and the UK have issued a ban on electronic devices larger than a smartphone that are allowed to be brought on board a flight. This meant that passengers traveling with laptops or tablets or other devices had...