HomePod Is Reportedly Dominating The Premium Smart Speaker Market

When Apple announced the HomePod, they priced it above what most smart speakers were priced at the moment. According to Apple, they claimed that the HomePod wasn’t so much a smart speaker but a set of really good speakers. We’re sure that many are wondering how its doing, and it turns out they’re doing pretty well.


GoPro’s Upcoming HERO7 Cameras Leaked

When it comes to action cameras, it’s safe to say that GoPro is more or less the default brand that comes to mind. That being said, it seems that GoPro is set to announce new cameras soon because thanks to B&H Photo (via The Verge), it looks like the company accidentally leaked a bunch of GoPro HERO7 cameras ahead of their official announcements.


PS Vita Production In Japan Will Come To An End In 2019

It has been a while since Sony had updated its PS Vita handheld console. Instead the company seems to prefer focusing on its home console, which is the PS4 and PS4 Pro at the moment. This has led to many wondering about the fate of the PS Vita, which unfortunately for fans of the console it seems like it could all be coming to an end soon.


Ticketmaster Reportedly Working With Scalpers For Online Resales

Ticketmaster is usually seen as a platform for people to buy tickets to concerts and shows in a legitimate fashion, where customers are under the impression that they won’t have to deal with scalpers and outrageous pricing. However that isn’t necessarily true, at least according to reports from CBC News and the Toronto Star (via Engadget).


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Some iPhone X Cases Might Not Work With The iPhone Xs

In terms of design, the iPhone Xs looks more or less like its predecessor from last year, the iPhone X. It features a similar design, a screen with exactly the same dimensions, and a dual camera setup on the back. This means that technically you should be able to use cases for the iPhone X with the iPhone Xs.


Test Finds That iOS 12 Improves Performance On Older iPhones

iOS adoption over the years has slowed down somewhat. This is because in previous updates, Apple’s QC has been slightly questionable which resulted in phones performing worse after updates, or being hit with a ton of annoying bugs. If those are some of the reasons that makes you hold back from adopting the recently released iOS 12, perhaps this might change your mind.


iOS 12.1 Beta Hints At Support For 4K External Display

If you’re planning on getting a new iPad, you might want to hold off because it’s starting to sound like the 2018 iPad refreshes could be a major one. Not only have we heard and seen potential signs that Face ID could be coming to the iPad, but now a tweet from developer Steve Troughton-Smith has suggested support for 4K external displays as well.


Amazon Echo Sub & Smart Plug Devices Leaked

A report from the other day suggested that Amazon has a bunch of new Echo/Alexa-enabled devices in the works. Now thanks to a couple of posts from Pocket-lint, at least two of the devices have been leaked in the form of the Amazon Echo Sub and also the Amazon Smart Plug.


‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Director Shoots Short Film Using Only The iPhone Xs Max

When Apple announced their new iPhones, unsurprisingly they also touted the new and upgraded cameras on the devices. For those who are wondering what kind of stuff you might be able to capture using the new iPhones, you might be interested to check out the short film in the video above.


Huawei’s ‘Freebuds 2 Pro’ Wireless Earphones Leaked

More companies are starting to ditch the headphone jack these days, even those who had staunchly held out for as long as they could have started to follow the trend as well. This has led to the rise of wireless headphones, and a popular trend we’re seeing these days are “true” wireless earbuds, such as the AirPods.


Red Dead Redemption 2 Gets Online Mode This November

Rockstar’s Red Dead Redemption 2 will finally be out next month. The game is going to have a core single player story but there’s also going to be an online mode for the massive open world of this title. The developer has provided some more details about the online mode for this game called Red Dead Online today. It’s going to become available this November.


Verizon LG V20 Oreo Update Released

While most Android users with compatible devices are looking forward to receiving the Android Pie update, there are some who have yet to get Oreo. This has been the case for LG V20 owners on Verizon who are just now receiving the Android 8 Oreo update. Verizon is finally rolling out the update for this handset on its network.


Dark Souls Remastered Network Test Dates For Nintendo Switch Confirmed

Bandai Namco and From Software have confirmed the Dark Souls Remastered network test date for the Nintendo Switch. Nintendo Switch owners who have been waiting to get a taste of Dark Souls Remastered for their console will be able to get a sneak peek with the network test which begins this Friday. The full game will be released for the console next month.


Samsung Notebook Odyssey Z Gaming Machine Available Now

Samsung unveiled its Notebook Odyssey Z gaming laptop back in April this year. Almost six months after the product was first announced, the company has now confirmed that it’s finally available for purchase in the United States. If you’re in the market for a new gaming laptop then Samsung would like you to check out its latest product.


Nokia Could Be Working On A Gaming Smartphone

Many companies have come out with their own gaming smartphones and it’s now believed that Nokia could end up going down this road as well. HMD Global, the company that makes Nokia smartphones now, hasn’t said anything about developing a gaming smartphone but a tweet from one of the company’s official accounts might have been hinting at this possibility.


Google Family Link Lets Parents Turn Off Their Teen’s Phone Remotely

Worried that your teens might be spending way too much time on their smartphones? Or do you just want them to put them down at the dinner table? Google’s got your back. It has added new features to its Family Link app which enable parents to remotely turn off their teen’s smartphone. Family Link is a hub for parental control that was launched by Google last year. It enabled the […]


New Sony Aibo Robot U.S. Pre-Orders Open

Sony recently brought back its Aibo robot dog after launching it first many years ago. The company has finally opened up pre-orders for the robot in the United States. Those who are interested in picking one up and have that kind of money to spend can now pre-order a First Litter Edition of Aibo in the United States. Sony expects to start shipping the robots by mid-December.


Google Will Provide More Accurate Location Data To 911 Call Centers

More accurate location data will enable emergency services to reach people in need quickly and thus help them out in a timely manner. It could be the matter of life and death for some people. To aid in these efforts, Google will now be providing more accurate location data to 911 call centers of callers who use Android smartphones.


Fitbit Launches Coaching Service To Help Achieve Fitness Goals

Fitbit makes some great products aimed at those who like to remain active and fit. The company has launched a new service today to appeal to a different set of customers. Fitbit Care is a new coaching service which will help users stay on course to achieve their fitness goals and help them get in shape. The service will connect them with coaches who will work with them throughout their […]


Sega Delays Mega Drive Mini Global Release

If you have been waiting for the Mega Drive Mini from Sega then there’s some bad news. You’re going to have to wait for it a little bit longer. The company has officially confirmed through its Twitter account that the global release of the Mega Drive Mini has been delayed to 2019. The Mega Drive Mini is a miniature version of its classic console which was expected to be widely […]


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