Apple’s HomePod hasn’t been out for that long, but it seems that the company isn’t particularly optimistic about sales of the device. This is according to a report from DigiTimes (via Cult of Mac) who claims that Apple is cutting their HomePod orders by half from 500,000 units a month to about 200,000. Read full post →Apple Reportedly Cuts HomePod Orders By Half

While there will always be a demand for physical mediums for music, such as CDs and more recently the resurgence of vinyl, it seems that music streaming is definitely the way of the future. This is because according to the latest numbers shared by Music Industry Blog (via 9to5Mac), music streaming has grown by 39% since last year. Read full post →Music Streaming Grew By 39% Since Last Year

Last year it was confirmed that a new Angry Birds movie was in the works but for those wondering about a release date, Sony and Rovio have recently confirmed that the movie is set for a release on the 20th of September, 2019. This means that fans will have a little over a year left before they’ll be able to check it out. Read full post →Sony, Rovio Confirm New ‘Angry Birds’ Movie For 2019

Back in 2005, a movie based on the Doom video game franchise was launched. Saying it was not well-received would be an understatement, but it seems that Universal isn’t giving up on Doom just yet. Fast forward 13 years later, the studio has confirmed to Variety that a new Doom movie is in the works. Read full post →New ‘Doom’ Movie Confirmed To Be In The Works

While each Final Fantasy release is popular and beloved in its own right, it’s hard to deny in the entire franchise, Final Fantasy 7 has managed to stand out on its own where its characters are some of the more identifiable characters from the series. So much so that it made sense that Square Enix would want to remake it. Read full post →Final Fantasy 7 Remake Hopes To Surpass The Original

The gaming experience can be affected by a variety of things, such as graphics, story, the design of the game’s UI, voice acting, and so on, all of which can add (or detract) from the overall experience. The good news for those prioritize how a game looks on the screen, the upcoming May update for the Xbox could be worth looking forward to. Read full post →Xbox May Update Will Add 120Hz Display Refresh Rate

Microtransactions, whether you like it or not, are here to stay. Naturally there have been a ton of criticisms regarding microtransactions where some believe that it leads to pay-to-win games, which it has, although there are plenty of developers who use it purely for cosmetic purposes. However EA thinks that microtransactions are important, but only if they are done right. Read full post →EA Believes In Microtransactions ‘When Done Right’

Due to fingerprint scanners becoming ubiquitous on smartphones these days, law enforcement is having a harder time trying to gain access to a suspect’s phone as they cannot legally force them to give it up. However it certainly has not stopped them from trying because that’s what police in Florida have recently done. Read full post →Police Show Up At Funeral Home, Attempt To Use Dead Man’s Finger To Unlock His Phone

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It used to be that video editing software would be confusing as heck to use that only professionals can find their way around. However while professional-only apps still exist, and for good reason, there are have also been a release of more straightforward video editing software that even amateurs can use. Read full post →Google Photos Rolling Out A New Movie Editor

Recently it was reported that carriers such as AT&T, Verizon, and telecoms standards group GSMA were under investigation by the US Department of Justice over alleged collusion with regards to the eSIM technology, where some have apparently complained that these groups worked together to slow down/hinder the adoption of it. Read full post →GSMA Puts eSIM Work On Hold Following US DoJ Investigation