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Apple’s AirPort Routers Rank High In Customer Satisfaction

11/30/2016, About a week ago, it was reported that Apple had disbanded the team that was working on their wireless router products, such as the AirPort Express, AirPort Extreme, and AirPort Time Capsule. It is unclear why this happened, but presumably Apple is trying...

Study Finds Fitness Trackers Might Not Be As Effective As We Think

09/21/2016, Fitness trackers are meant to help people with their fitness. By providing them a way to keep track of their fitness, the hope is that by showing progression, like the number of calories burnt, how long it takes before hitting a certain heart rate, the...

Study: 67% Say They Won’t Buy The iPhone 7 Or 7 Plus

09/14/2016, Did Apple make a mistake with this year’s iPhone by sticking with the same design? It might be a bit too early to tell, but a recent study by Report Linker has suggested that maybe interest in the new iPhones might not be as hot as before, with the...

Not Being Yourself On Facebook Might Affect Your Mental Health

08/22/2016, Given that it is easy to create a new account with a new name and a new photo, it is tempting to try and reinvent yourself online to someone very different from who you are in real life, but apparently that might not be such a good idea. Moral...

Twitch Study Finds That The Platform Actually Boosts Game Sales

07/14/2016, Why watch someone play a game when you can play it yourself? That was pretty much everyone’s thought when live video game streaming came onto the scene, but fast forward to today and it looks like platforms like Twitch are here to stay. In fact if...

Study Finds That Mobile Ads Have The Potential To Be Data Hogs

05/29/2016, It used to be that while you could block ads on the desktop, blocking ads on mobile wasn’t so straightforward, at least until in the past couple of years where there are various tools released for different platforms that helps block mobile ads. Apart...

Study: Kids These Days Prefer Smartphones To Portable Consoles

05/18/2016, Our smartphones are becoming increasingly more powerful with every release, meaning that the kind of games that developers can create for our phones has the potential to be complex and graphically amazing. Could this be the reason why kids these days are...

Study Finds Facebook’s ‘Reactions’ Are Underused

05/10/2016, Earlier this year, Facebook rolled out a new feature called Reactions. For those who are unfamiliar, Reactions will allow users to interact with posts with more than just a “Like”. Users can react by showing that they love a post, a “haha”...

Study: Smartphones Might Be Making Us Hyperactive

05/10/2016, If you’re bored waiting for someone, or waiting for a meeting to start, or just having a meal by yourself, your smartphone is a probably a good distraction. However it seems that our smartphones, while great for distractions, might not be so good for...

Kids Who Play Video Games Could Be Smarter, More Social

03/17/2016, One of the negative perceptions many have when it comes to kids playing video games, is that it will make them violent. There is also the stereotype image of how people who play video games end up living in their parents’ basement until they’re 35,...

Adobe: Phablets Starting To Replace Tablets For Web Usage

02/23/2016, Back when smartphone screens were tiny, tablets made perfect sense. They were lighter than laptops and had screens bigger than a smartphone, meaning that a tablet was an ideal device to surf the web on, at least last time. However today we have...