Dolby Reportedly Working Music Recording App For Mobile Devices

Ideally musicians would prefer recording inside of a recording studio with more professional grade equipment and software, where one of the benefits of a studio is that usually it is better insulated in terms of sound. However according to a report from TechCrunch, Dolby is working on a mobile recording app codenamed “234” that will make recording on the go easier.


Modder Squeezes A Fully-Functional Computer Inside Of A Mouse

A lot of technological innovation we’ve seen over the years seems to be about creating tech that’s small and powerful and that can fit into a variety of devices. For example our smartphones are a good example of that, where despite being so slim and small, they do pack quite a punch and have some serious horsepower behind them.


Ducati Confirms That Their Electric Bike Is Coming

While electric cars are starting to become more commonplace, the same can’t really be said for electric bikes. However there some bike makers such as Harley-Davidson who are trying their hand at making electric bikes, and now recently it looks like superbike maker Ducati has also confirmed that their electric bike is on its way.


Epic To Pause Fortnite Updates Ahead Of Tournaments

If you’re a casual gamer, sometimes when balancing patches are released for games, you might not feel the differences too much. Usually this affects professional/competitive gamers more who care about min-maxing their stats and characters because even the slightest change can affect your gameplay.


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Renders Of Samsung Galaxy S10E, S10, S10+ Leaked

The Samsung Galaxy S10 is one of the most anticipated Android smartphones at the moment. More recently we’ve seen an alleged real-life photo of the handset surface, and now thanks to leakster Evan Blass, clean and fresh renders of the handset have since made their way onto the internet.


A Hitman’s Fitness Tracker Helped Lead To His Conviction

Our wearables contain a lot of information about ourselves that sometimes we might forget it possesses. This could have been what led to the downfall of mob hitman Mark “Iceman” Fellows, who was found guilty by a jury at the Liverpool Crown Court for killing two rival gangsters.


US Regulators Could Impose ‘Record-Setting’ Fine Against Facebook

Facebook has been embroiled in a variety of privacy scandals back in 2018, with the biggest probably being the Cambridge Analytica scandal in which user information was accessed and misused. Apart from being grilled in front of Congress and suffering from a hit to their reputation, Facebook has managed to escape somewhat unscathed.


Facebook Backs AI Ethics Research Center

There is some debate going on regarding the development of AI. There are some, such as Tesla’s Elon Musk, who has expressed concern in the past about the dangers of AI, but as is the case with all tools, we suppose a large part of it depends on how you use it. That being said, Facebook has recently announced that they are backing the creation of an AI ethics research […]


Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding Might Be Released This Year

For years ever since the game was announced, many have been wondering when Hideo Kojima’s Death Stranding will be released. Some have speculated that it might only be released in time for the next-gen consoles, but it seems that we might not have to wait that long as we could be looking at a 2019 release.


Facebook Introduces Political Petitions Feature

Facebook wants to be more than just the place that you share photos, links, and funny videos. Come 21st of January, 2019, Facebook has plans to roll out a new feature called Community Action which basically provides a place for users to discuss their political views in a more constructive and productive way.


Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 Is Getting A New Limited Time Mode

It was first revealed in a report that the Call of Duty Companion App had been updated with details about a new mode for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’s Blackout mode. It’s called Ambush and players will only have Sniper Rifles and melee weapons when playing. The limited choice of weapons would make for more challenging gameplay. Treyarch has now officially confirmed that this mode is indeed in the […]


Netflix Original Content Spending May Touch $15 Billion In 2019

Netflix spends a significant amount of money on content every year and the budget goes up with every passing year. It spent $12 billion creating original TV shows, movies, documentaries, and more in 2018. It’s expected that this number is going to rise to $15 billion in 2019.


PayPal Giving $500 Credit To U.S. Federal Workers Hit By Shutdown

The ongoing government shutdown has affected countless U.S. federal workers as they have not received their paychecks. In order to give them a helping hand while the politicians figure things out, PayPal has announced that it will offer $25 million in interest-free credit to the federal workers. The credit is meant to ease some of the financial pinch that these workers have been facing since the shutdown.


Baywatch Now Available On Amazon Prime Video

Legacy TV shows that did well in their time tend to drive a lot of viewership for online streaming services. No wonder services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime spend considerable amounts of money licensing series like Friends and The Office. If you’ve been meaning to stream a certain hit series from the ’90s, then you might appreciate that Amazon Prime Video now lets you stream Baywatch on-demand.


Tesla Is Firing 7 Percent Of Its Workforce

Some serious cost cutting appears to be underway at Tesla. Days after the company’s CEO Elon Musk confirmed that the customer referral program was ending, he announced that the company is firing 7 percent of its entire workforce. Musk announced in a company-wide email that seven percent of Tesla’s full-time employee headcount is being reduced.


All Verizon Subscribers Will Get Free Spam And Robocall Protection

Verizon, the country’s largest mobile carrier, has announced that it’s going to provide all of its subscribers with free span and robocall protection for free. These features were previously included in the carrier’s Call Filter app which is a $3 add-on and offers features like call blocking, robocall filtering, and spam blocking. The features will now be offered for free to all Verizon subscribers.


Symfonisk Smart Speakers From Ikea And Sonos Arrive This August

Ikea and Sonos had announced a partnership on speakers back in 2017. The companies wanted to merge Sonos products into Ikea furniture and provide customers looking for built-in home sound systems with an affordable option. It has now been confirmed that their line of Symfonisk smart speakers is going to be released in August this year


Apple Starts Selling The iPhone SE Again

Some of you may remember that Apple discontinued its last iPhones with headphone jacks after the launch event for its new iPhones last year. It also discontinued the original iPhone X in addition to the iPhone SE and iPhone 6s. All of the models were removed from the company’s website as well. However, it appears that Apple has quietly started selling the iPhone SE once again.


Spotify Reportedly Developing An In-Car Music Player

Spotify isn’t a hardware company but that might change this year. It’s claimed that the company is working on an in-car music player which would enable users to stream music from this service even if they don’t have a fancy infotainment system that can run apps. As you’d expect from a product of this sort in this day and age, the in-car music player will have voice commands as well.


Microsoft Nudges Windows 10 Mobile Users To Switch To iOS Or Android

Very rarely you’d see a company tell its users to shift to a competing platform but Microsoft is doing just that. The company gave up on Windows-powered mobile phones quite a while back and is now gearing up to kill the platform. It’s recommending to Windows 10 Mobile users that they should switch to iOS or Android.


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