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Periscope’s Broadcasts Are Now Saved By Default

05/25/2016, Early this month we reported that Periscope had begun testing out a way for users to save their broadcasts. This was done by added the “#Save” tag in the title of their broadcast and it would be saved. Obviously this is a rather inefficient method of...

Netflix Experiments With A Virtual Reality Video Store

05/24/2016, Watching videos and playing games in virtual reality seems like the most obvious use for the technology, although as we have seen some companies try, shopping could be the next big thing. In fact the upcoming OnePlus 3 can be ordered in virtual reality...

Google Maps Will Be Getting More Ads

05/24/2016, Google Maps is an amazing navigational tool, whether you need it to find your way to your destination while you’re driving or walking, or if you want to find out train/bus times and routes, or if you’re looking for interesting places that are near...

Android Pay Introduces Support For More Banks

05/24/2016, It was last week that we brought you word on how Android Pay can be used to withdraw money from Bank of America ATMs. Well, it seems that there is not all there is to it where Android Pay is concerned, as we bring you word that Android Pay has now...

Comixology Unlimited Launched, Becomes The Netflix Of Comics

05/24/2016, Comixology is an app that many comic fans might be familiar with in which they could browse, buy, and read comics within the app, at least until it was taken over by Amazon who then removed in-app purchases in order to avoid paying Apple their cut. No...

Huawei Goes After Samsung Over Alleged Patent Infringements

05/24/2016, The legal world can be a pretty difficult one to navigate, that is for sure. Well, Huawei, which is one of China’s largest technology companies (not to mention the third largest smartphone manufacturer in the world), has apparently filed a lawsuit...

World’s First 3D Printed Office Opens In Dubai

05/24/2016, A report from last year revealed that there were plans to create an office building in Dubai. Given that there are plenty of such buildings, this probably wouldn’t have been given much consideration until it was also revealed that these buildings and...

Brewery Makes The Ocean Safe By Creating Edible Six-Pack Rings

05/24/2016, If you’ve ever bought a six-pack beer, you know that sometimes they are sold either in a cardboard box or with a six-pack ring that holds the beer together. The latter method has been criticized for harming the environment and ocean life as sometimes...

Jupiter’s Europa Moon Might Be Able To Support Life

05/24/2016, For centuries, man has looked to the sky and wondered if it’s truly alone in this vast universe and if it’s possible to sustain human life on planets other than our own. Sincere efforts are being made to answer these questions and as humans...

Sony Thinks They Can Ship 60 Million PS4s By April 2017

05/24/2016, To date and last we checked, Sony had managed to sell 40 million PlayStation 4 units. Analysts are expecting that by 2019, Sony will be able to sell as many as 69 million units but it turns out that Sony is more optimistic about their sales. According to...

Polaroid 4K Ultra HD LED Models Are Powered by Google Cast

05/23/2016, It looks like the newly renamed Google Cast is in for a good time, as Polaroid has just revealed their new 4K Ultra HD LED models which will be powered by none other than, Google Cast, of course. This is an exciting strategic partnership with Google, as...

Facebook Live Lets Users Skip To The ‘Good’ Parts

05/23/2016, When we watch videos we typically watch it from start to end, but obviously not every moment is a riveting moment in the video, and the same applies to Facebook Live videos where at the start, the poster might be fumbling around with the camera or...

Facebook Live Time Limit Could Soon Be Removed

05/23/2016, We’re not sure how many of you guys have actually used Facebook Live, but the platform does have limitations, such as each live broadcast is only allowed to run for a max of 90 minutes. For most of us this is probably more than enough, but for some it...