Lenovo Legion Gaming Laptops Get Components Upgrades

This week, Lenovo is introducing upgraded Legion Y740, Y540 and Y7000p system equipped with the most recent Intel CPUs and NVIDIA GPUs. In the gaming segment, PC makers are scrupulous with integrating the latest hardware to stay on the cutting-edge of this competitive but profitable market.

Google Wants To Make It Easier For You To Work From Home

In this day and age where we are all increasingly connected, the world has definitely gotten a lot “smaller”. Working remotely and becoming a digital nomad has become a lot more common, and if you are thinking about adopting that lifestyle, you’ll be pleased to learn that Google is now making it easier for you to work from home.

Verizon’s CEO Confirms Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Will Have 5G

Earlier this year, Samsung launched their Galaxy S10 handset in which one of the models came with support for 5G. That was Samsung’s first 5G smartphone and we doubt that it will be their last. At the same time, we expect that 5G availability in smartphones won’t be so common out of the gate.

Google Fit Finally Makes Its Way Onto The iPhone

On iOS devices, Apple has the Health app which allows users to track their health-related data collected from apps and devices like the Apple Watch. Google also has a similar health app in the form of Google Fit which was for Android devices, but now it looks like iOS users who want to use Google Fit will be able to do so.


Ford Applies Its Car Technology Into Creating A Self-Braking Trolley

Ford is a company that is known pretty much for their cars. The company has probably spent millions, if not billions, over the years investing into technology that could make its cars more appealing over the competition. However, these technologies don’t always have to be exclusive to cars.

3D Printed iPhone 11 Mockups Shows Us What To Expect

With last year’s iPhones being more or less a rehash of the iPhone X’s design, it is expected that Apple could introduce a new design for its iPhones this year. We don’t really know what to expect, although earlier, alleged production molds of the 2019 iPhones have given us a clue as to what we might be able to expect.

Apple Recalls Older AC Power Adapters Over Electric Shock Concerns

For Apple customers who live in Singapore, the United Kingdom, and/or Hong Kong, it seems that Apple has announced that they will be recalling their AC power adapters. This seems to stem from concerns that in rare cases, the AC power adapters might break and expose some of the components inside of it, which when touched, could cause electric shock to the user.

Bumble’s Artificial Intelligence Will Automatically Detect NSFW Images

Bumble is a dating app in which women have to make the first move. The app has introduced new artificial intelligence technology which will automatically detect unwanted NSFW images from matches. The “private” detector will use artificial intelligence to warn users about such graphic images.

Super Mario Maker 2 Release Date Confirmed

Nintendo has finally confirmed the release date for Super Mario Maker 2. The company has also addressed speculation about the game’s multiplayer functionality through its teaser site for the game. The release date has been confirmed rather quietly by Nintendo but it would most likely be talking about Super Mario Maker 2 at the upcoming E3 2019 gaming convention in June.

Verizon Lists 20 Cities That Will Get 5G This Year

Verizon is in the process of launching its mobile 5G network. The carrier has now confirmed 20 additional markets where it says the 5G network will go live before the end of this year. It had previously announced that 5G would be deployed in select areas of over 30 cities across the country in 2019. Its 5G Home broadband internet service will be offered in some of these markets as […]

NSA Wants To End Mass Phone Data Collection Program

According to a new report, the National Security Agency has recommended to the White House that its mass U.S. phone data collection program may be ended. The agency is reportedly of the view that this program, which gathers metadata on domestic text messages and phone calls, has become too burdensome to continue operating.

Facebook May Be Fined Up To $5 Billion By FTC

The FTC’s ongoing investigation into Facebook’s privacy practices has already been expected to cost the company a significant amount of money. A multi-billion dollar fine has been expected and there’s now a range in which this fine could fall between. FTC may fine Facebook up to $5 billion as it wraps up its investigating into the company’s data sharing practices following the explosive Cambridge Analytica scandal.

Mario Kart Tour Beta Release On Phones Confirmed For Next Month

Nintendo fans have long been waiting for Mario Kart Tour, which is basically the mobile-friendly version of Mario Kart. Not a lot of details have been revealed about this title which has already been delayed once. It was due to be released in March 2019 but Nintendo confirmed in January that the launch was being pushed back to the summer. The company has now revealed that the Mario Kart Tour […]

San Francisco Could Be First To Ban Facial Recognition By The City

Facial recognition is increasingly touted as the solution for security problems but the technology does get criticized by rights activists, particularly when large-scale deployment is considered in public spaces where citizens who have done nothing wrong are captured by facial recognition tech as well. It’s now possible that San Francisco could become the first city in the United States to ban the use of facial recognition by the city.

Tesla To Launch Its Insurance Product Soon

So you’ve purchased a Tesla, now what? Perhaps you want to buy insurance and Tesla wants to be the one to hook you up with that as well. The company’s CEO Elon Musk has confirmed that Tesla is building an insurance product which is going to be launched in about a month.

Airbnb Wants To Create Video Content To Make People Travel More

Video content has always been an incredible growth driver for the tourism industry. Long before there was YouTube and social media, there were VHS tapes with travel guides of exotic locations across the globe. Now, it’s as easy as hitting up YouTube to find the top ten things you should do in Paris, for example. People do a lot of their research based on such content and Airbnb now wants […]

Nintendo Not Launching New Switch Console At E3

There have been a few reports recently about Nintendo being close to launching a new model of its popular Switch console. The reports have specifically talked about a smaller and cheaper version of the gaming console. Even if it has plans to do that later this year, Nintendo has confirmed that it won’t unveil any new Switch hardware at the coming E3 2019 gaming convention.

Google Assistant’s ‘Tell Me A Story’ Feature Arrives On Smartphones

Google Assistant has a neat little feature called “Tell Me A Story” which will make story time with your kids more fun. This feature was previously limited to the Assistant on Google Home devices but the company is now expanding it to smartphones just in time for National Tell a Story Day.

Samsung Galaxy View 2 Officially Announced

Last year it was reported that Samsung could be working on a successor to its massive Galaxy View tablet. It turns out the rumors were true because Samsung has since officially unveiled the Galaxy View 2 where it will be available for purchase through AT&T.

The Nintendo Switch Has Surpassed The N64 In Lifetime Sales

Nintendo’s future felt a bit murky during the era of the Wii U, where Nintendo was attempting to build on the success of the Wii with an updated model with newer features. Unfortunately, it never quite took and it felt like Nintendo might just drop out of the console race entirely. However, the company managed to successfully rally with the Nintendo Switch.

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