Nuclear Plant Employees Arrested For Stealing Electricity To Mine Cryptocurrency

There is a reason why not everyone is mining for cryptocurrencies in their own home. This is because the mining process requires quite a bit of powerful hardware (which is why at some point in time, the prices of GPUs were going up) and also a lot of electricity, meaning that you could actually end up spending more than you make if you’re not successful.


Dota 2 Championship Winners Took Home $15 Million In Prize Money

The next time you catch yourself telling your kids to not play so much video games, you might want to rethink that. Why? Because Valve’s The International Dota 2 championship has just ended, where the winning team, OG, took home prize money amounting to an eye-watering $15,603,133.


PewDiePie Is The First Individual YouTuber To Hit 100 Million Subscribers

These days technology has opened up all kinds of doors when it comes to a career. No longer are people limited to more traditional jobs, and where one could do jobs on the internet that could potentially make them millions. PewDiePie is a name that many are familiar with, and rightfully so.


OnePlus TV To Run On An ‘Optimized’ Version Of Android TV

These days, more of our TVs are getting “smarter”. However, the problem is that everyone seems to want to use their own proprietary software, which each TV makers has included their own software. This has resulted in a bit of fragmentation where some TV software is better and more feature-rich than others.


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Disney Confirms New Marvel TV Shows Coming To Disney+

We know that Disney+ will be playing home to a bunch of Marvel shows, some of which were announced at the San Diego Comic-Con not too long ago. However, it turns out that it might have only been the tip of the iceberg because during Disney’s D23 event, the company has confirmed more Marvel shows that will be launching on the platform.


Woman In ‘No Doubt’ That The Apple Watch’s ECG Feature Saved Her Life

While some doctors are cautioning users against the Apple Watch’s ECG feature and not to read too much into its readings, it seems that it might not be a bad idea to follow up with a doctor if you get some weird readings. This is because in a report from FOX10, a woman in Alabama by the name of Anne Rowe has attributed the Apple Watch to saving her life.


Tesla’s Solar Panels Reportedly Caught On Fire In An Amazon Warehouse

Usually when we think of solar panels, we think of their positive uses and benefits on how they can potentially help save the environment by reducing our need for more traditional forms of energy. However, as with all electronics, they can sometimes fail, or in the case of Amazon, it appears that their use of Tesla’s solar panels at one of their warehouses has resulted in it catching on fire.


New OnePlus 7T Renders Reveal Triple Camera Setup

For the past few years, OnePlus has typically released two smartphones on an annual basis. One in the earlier part of the year, and the other in the second half of the year. The OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro have already been released, but in case either model wasn’t to your liking, you might be interested to learn that OnePlus will be launching the OnePlus 7T soon.


A ‘Breaking Bad’ Movie Will Be Coming To Netflix In October

It has been many years since the Breaking Bad series came to an end. In terms of series finales, we reckon that it was probably one of the better ones, where it wrapped things up nicely without necessarily falling into the usual kinds of TV tropes. However, following the end of the series, there have been rumors about a Breaking Bad movie in the works.


Face Detection System Helps Lead Police To A Murder Suspect

Technology sometimes has some surprising uses, where sometimes it works in ways you might not have expected. Take for example over in China, it seems that a face detection system used by a loan app has helped police track down a murder suspect, in which it ultimately led to him being arrested.


Official Trailer For Disney’s ‘The Mandalorian’ Has Been Released

If you’re a Star Wars fan, then you might want to consider getting a subscription to Disney+ because the company has recently dropped the trailer for the upcoming series, “The Mandalorian”. Based on the trailer, it looks pretty good and could be an excellent reason to subscribe to Disney’s streaming service.


Spider-Man 3 Is Still Happening Despite Sony And Disney Fallout

As some of you might have heard, discussions between Sony and Disney over the Spider-Man franchise have fallen apart, resulting in Spider-Man more likely than not to leave the MCU. We’re sure many are wondering how the franchise will be moving forwards, but as it turns out, it will soldier on just fine.


Chrome Will Soon Make Those Notification Request Prompts Less Annoying

We’re sure some of you have come across certain websites while using Google Chrome where you are prompted if you want the site to send you notifications. These notifications are usually used by sites to let you know if there are any updates to it. However, the notification request prompt can be rather annoying and intrusive, but that could change soon.


2019’s iPhones Might Ship With A USB-C Charger

Apple is slowly making the transition to USB-C across its devices. All of its MacBooks have seemingly ditched legacy ports like USB 3.0 and the DisplayPort in favor of Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C. However, this in turn created a problem because it meant that iPhone and iPad users could no longer connect or charge their devices via their MacBooks without an adapter.


Netflix To Start Testing Human-Curated ‘Collections’

How do platforms like YouTube and Netflix recommend videos to watch? This is largely based on algorithms in which it looks at the videos you’ve watched in the past and tries to recommend other videos and movies that it thinks are in a similar vein. How accurate are these recommendations? Sometimes they can be pretty spot-on, but are they necessarily the best way to go about it?


Database Reveals That Apple Has Registered A Bunch Of New Products

If you’re thinking about buying a new iPad, iPhone, Apple Watch, or MacBook, you might want to hold off for the next month or so. This is because according to a recent sighting at the Eurasian Economic Commission, it seems that Apple has filed for a bunch of new products, suggesting that product refreshes could be coming soon.


Moment’s New 37mm Filters Helps You Take Cinematic Shots With Your Smartphone

Our smartphone cameras have evolved in a huge way ever since cameras were introduced to phones. They are on par with compact cameras, thus negating the need to bring around a separate camera, or at least in some cases. If you’re looking to step up your mobile photography game, then you might want to check out Moment’s latest offering.


Spotify Extends Its Free Trial Period To 3 Months

One of the differences between Apple Music and Spotify would be its free trial period. Apple Music offers a 3 month free trial, while Spotify offers just one. However, this is kind of understandable because Spotify has a free and ad-supported listening tier, meaning that in theory, users will be able to “try” Spotify for as long as they like before they make the switch to Spotify Premium.


Apple Patent Hints At 5G Plans And A Metal Oxide Gas Sensor For The Apple Watch

The Apple Watch currently supports LTE, but given that 5G is expected to be the future of mobile connectivity, we imagine that in the future, Apple will most likely release an Apple Watch that will support 5G, and thanks to a recently discovered patent by Patently Apple, it seems that Apple has actually patented such a device.


Apple Card Is Showing Signs Of Wear Only After One Month

The Apple Card has been released and many Apple customers are already signing up for it. More recently, Apple published a support document on how you should take care of the Apple Card, which seems a bit odd since other credit card companies don’t really see the need to teach you how to care for a credit card.


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