Todd McFarlane Seemingly Confirms Spawn Will Be In Mortal Kombat 11

Just the other day, Mortal Kombat 11 was officially announced, but apart from the announcement, not much else was known about the game. However it looks like we might be able to confirm at least one more character that would be added to the game and that comes in the form of Spawn.

Nintendo Could Be Looking To Rename The Switch’s eShop

The Nintendo Switch eShop is a pretty straightforward name and it more or less tells you what it is about. However could Nintendo be possibly thinking of changing its name? According to a recent lawsuit, it seems that the company could be thinking of doing so where the name could be changed to the “Nintendo Switch Online shop”.

Samsung Notebook 9 Pen Laptop Officially Announced

Samsung’s Galaxy Note series sets itself apart from other smartphones by coming with a bundled stylus in the form of the S Pen, which when coupled with the software on the phone turns it into more than just a stylus. If you are a fan of the S Pen but wanted a larger surface to work with, you’re in luck.

Google Play Now Makes Making Donations Easier

If you’ve ever wanted to make a donation, there are various ways to go about doing that. Now it seems that Google is trying to make that process a bit easier by launching a donation hub on Google Play. This means that users will be able to quickly and easily make their donations to various charities of their choice all from one location.


Taylor Swift Concert Used Facial Recognition To Track Her Stalkers

Celebrities as high-profile as Taylor Swift are bound to have stalkers. Of course to what extent these stalkers do is anyone’s guess, but obviously it’s not a good thing. For the most part celebrities typically keep bodyguards to help keep them safe, but Taylor Swift might have employed more hi-tech levels of protection.

‘The Defenders’ Won’t Be Appearing On Disney+ Anytime Soon

Iron Fist was canceled. Luke Cage was cancelled. Daredevil was cancelled, and we wouldn’t be surprised if The Punisher and Jessica Jones were eventually cancelled as well based on the way things are going at Netflix. Now given how well-received some of the shows were, we wouldn’t be surprised if Disney wanted in on the action as well for their Disney+ streaming service.

Samsung Reconsidering Their Collaboration With ‘Fake’ Supreme

A couple of days ago, Samsung announced on stage a collaboration with Supreme, the fashion brand that seems to have taken the world by storm. However this wasn’t the real Supreme, but rather the “fake” Supreme (also known as Supreme Italia) in which apparently due to some legal loophole allowed the company to register the name and logo that looks identical.

FCC Will Allow Carriers To Block Unwanted/Spam Text Messages

Spam text messages are annoying as the notifications you get from them are distracting, especially since a lot of times the number used changes, which means that it’s impossible to try and block them as it is equivalent to playing a game of whack-a-mole. The good news is that following a vote at the FCC, the regulator has announced that carriers will now have the authority to block unwanted/spam text […]

Apple Is Serious About Health Tech, Has Dozens Of Doctors On Staff

It is no secret that Apple is pretty serious regarding their interest in health technology. The Apple Watch is a perfect example that showcases the various health efforts the company has made, where they have include heart sensors that measures one’s heart rate, and also with the Series 4, and ECG that might have already saved its first life.

New Display Tech Could Make 2019’s iPhones Thinner & Lighter

Apple’s iPhones are already pretty thin, but from what we know about the company, they do seem to love slimming down their products even further. Now it is not expected that 2019’s iPhones will feature a major design overhaul, but it could get thinner, at least according to a report from Korean media outlet ETNews (via Cult of Mac).

‘The Mandalorian’ Cast Officially Announced

As some of you might have heard, Disney is working on a new Star Wars TV series called The Mandalorian, which apparently they chose over the Boba Fett movie. So far what we know is that actor Pedro Pascal has been cast as the show’s lead, but now in an official announcement on the Star Wars website, additional cast members have since been revealed.

‘The Punisher’ Season 2 Will Launch In January, 2019 On Netflix

At the moment The Punisher is one of two remaining original Marvel TV series left on Netflix. The show’s first season kicked off with rave reviews, so safe to say that many were excited to see what the second season could bring to the table. The good news is that it looks like fans won’t have to wait much longer as the second season is expected to kick off in […]

Job Listing Hints At Apple’s Plans To Make Their Own Modems

Apple is generally known as a company that largely likes to rely on itself for both hardware and software, which is why they design their own phones, their own chipsets used in their own phones, their own software that runs their phones and their computers, and so on. This is why it never really surprised us to hear that they might want to make their own modems.

OrCam MyMe Wearing AI Camera Launched On Kickstarter

OrCam is no stranger to wearable cameras. Earlier this year during CES 2018, the company debuted the MyEye 2.0 which is camera attachment that would help the blind “see”. This worked by the camera being able to detect what’s in front of it and relay that information back to the user, although the downside is that it needed to be clipped onto a pair of glasses.

Chrome For Android To Get Shortcut That Closes All Tabs

The more you use your phone’s browser, chances are over time you will start to accumulate a bunch of tabs from the various websites that you might have visited. Closing them isn’t really much of a problem, but a report from Chrome Story (via 9to5Google) has suggested that Google could soon be introducing a shortcut for Android that will close them all at once.

Amazon Music Arrives On NVIDIA Shield TV

NVIDIA’s Shield Android TV box is receiving a new software update today. The company has done a good job of supporting this device over three years after it was first released. Version 7.2 of the set-top box’s firmware brings Amazon Music. Shield TV owners in the United States will now be able to stream music on the device from Amazon Music.

Woman Who Created The First True Word Processor Dies

Evelyn Berezin is widely regarded as the creator of the world’s first word processor. Her company Redactron launched the Data Secretary in 1971. It was widely regarded as the world’s first data processor. Berezin, a pioneer of her time, is no more.

Samsung Shutting Down A Smartphone Factory In China

Samsung used to be a major force in the Chinese mobile phone market but its share has steadily eroded in the past few years. It’s particularly bad for the company now because by some estimates, its handsets don’t even account for one percent of China’s smartphone market. No wonder the company has decided to shut down one of its two smartphone factories in the country.

Razer SoftMiner Uses PC Idle Time To Mine For Cryptocurrencies

Razer today announced the launch of a new desktop app called the Razer SoftMiner. The app makes use of idle GPU processing power of gamers’ powerful machines to mine for cryptocurrencies in the background. The mining process involves solving complex puzzles on the blockchain. Those who use this app will be rewarded with Razer Silver virtual credits depending on how long they have SoftMiner running.

Marriott Breach Traced To Hackers In China

Marriott, a global hotel chain, recently confirmed a data breach which resulted in personal information of more than 500 million guests being exposed. An investigation has since been underway and according to a new report, the hackers have been traced back to China. The hack is said to be part of a Chinese intelligence-gathering.

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