Samsung unveiled its massive 146 inch 4K MicroLED TV called The Wall at the Consumer Electronics Show 2018 earlier this year. It demonstrated the company’s new technology that promises improved image quality compared to OLED TVs. Samsung has now said that it’s going to release a consumer version of The Wall TV next year.
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In the recent times we’ve seen how Blizzard have taken advantage of the use of comics to help further the storyline and plot in its games. To be fair the company has also relied on novels to help add new stories to games like Warcraft and Diablo, but if you’re more of a comic book fan, not to worry as Blizzard has your back. Read full post →Diablo Comic Announced By Titan Comics & Blizzard

The thing about us humans is that for the most part, we can explain why we do what we do. For example if someone asked why you are picking a certain brand over another, you could potentially lay out the reasons why you chose it in a (sometimes) logical manner. However the question is, can AI do the same? Read full post →DARPA Looking To Develop AI That Can Explain Itself

It is well known that Samsung is working on a foldable smartphone that could be called the Galaxy X. However it turns out that might not be the case, according to a recent tweet by an industry leakster who claims that the phone will not be known as the Galaxy X. Unfortunately the tweet does not mention what the phone will be called, so we’ll just have to wait and see. Read full post →Samsung’s Foldable Phone Might Not Be Called The Galaxy X

Our smartphone cameras have come a very, very long way since cameras were introduced to phones in general. Not only do smartphone cameras these days feature faster autofocus, they also come with image stabilization, the ability to capture videos in 4K, and more. Now it looks like Sony will be kicking things up a notch. Read full post →Sony Unveils New 48MP Image Sensor For Smartphones

If monster movies are your favorite kind of movie to watch, then you might have already been keeping an eye out for the upcoming Godzilla: King of the Monsters movie. The good news is that now we have an idea of what to expect as the official trailer for the upcoming movie has since been released. Read full post →Godzilla: King of the Monsters Official Trailer

Owing to the demand of different markets, it’s not surprising that sometimes some companies choose to release certain products for certain markets, while leaving out others. However the good news for Nokia fans is that it looks like HMD Global has decided that the Nokia X5 will be launching worldwide. Read full post →HMD Global Confirms Nokia X5 Will See A Global Release

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A couple of years ago, Google launched a Chrome extension dubbed “Save to Google” which sort of acted the same way as Pinterest, where users could “save” items they liked on the web to a centralized location for viewing later on. However fast forward a couple of years later, it seems that Google is done with it. Read full post →Google To Kill ‘Save To Google’ Chrome Extension

When you think of infotainment systems such as Apple’s CarPlay or Google’s Android Auto, immediately one of the things that comes to mind would be navigational apps such as Apple Maps, Google Maps, or Waze. To be fair, Waze has been available on Android Auto since last year, but the downside was the it required users to own an Android Auto head unit. Read full post →Waze Now Works With Android Auto On Your Smartphone

Recently we have been hearing rumors that Samsung could have a new smartwatch in the works dubbed the Galaxy Watch. Now according to a recent sighting at the FCC, it seems that more details about the upcoming watch have been revealed, such as how it could be offered in more than one size. Read full post →Samsung Galaxy Watch Could Come In More Than One Size