Microsoft Confirms Xbox One Controllers Will Work With Next-Gen Xbox

So we know that Microsoft is working on their next-gen Xbox console currently known as Project Scarlett. Typically with every new console release, what happens is that there will also be brand new accessories and controllers. In most cases, older accessories usually are no longer supported.


Razer Takes The Wraps Off Its New Viper Ultimate Wireless Gaming Mouse

If you’re in the market for a new gaming mouse, and you’re looking for the wireless variety, then you might be interested to learn that Razer has you covered. The company has recently taken the wraps off their latest gaming mouse in the form of the Razer Viper Ultimate, which according to the company, is apparently 25% faster than leading wireless gaming mice in the market today.


Razer’s $700 Gaming Monitor Is Now Available For Purchase

Earlier this year during CES 2019, Razer officially threw their hat into the display ring when they announced the Razer Raptor monitor. In case you missed the announcement, basically this is Razer’s take on gaming monitors. Given that the company already makes all kinds of accessories and peripherals, this doesn’t really come as a surprise.


Latest Google Maps Update Isn’t Sitting Well With Law Enforcement

Many of us are probably familiar with Google Maps, but in case you did not know, Google also owns Waze, another navigation app that more or less does the same thing. However, one of the main differences between both apps is that with Waze, it comes with crowd-sourced information, where users can report accidents, traffic jams, and even police checkpoints.


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Steam’s Remote Play Together Now Available In Beta

Earlier this month, Valve teased an upcoming new feature for Steam in the form of Remote Play Together. If you were excited by the feature, you’ll be pleased to learn that Valve has since announced that the feature is currently in beta and that gamers who are interested will be able to take part in it.


Sony’s New Coding And Robotics Kit Will Help Kids Learn About Technology

There is little doubt that in the future, more jobs will be rooted in technology than ever. This means that just like topics like maths and science, kids these days should also start learning about technology at a young age. This sentiment has been shared by many around the world, some of whom feel that such topics should be mandatory in schools.


Google Explains Why The Pixel 4 Doesn’t Shoot 4K At 60 FPS

These days, the majority of our smartphones come with the ability to shoot videos in 4K resolution at a buttery smooth 60 fps. However, it has been discovered that the recently-announced Google Pixel 4 does not have the ability to capture video in 4K at 60 fps, but rather, it is capped at 30 fps.


New Report ‘Confirms’ 16-inch MacBook Pro Coming End Of The Month

For a while, there have been rumors that Apple could be looking to explore a new laptop size in the form of a 16-inch MacBook Pro. More recently, it seems that those rumors could be true as images found in the macOS Catalina beta have revealed a potentially new laptop in the works, and now a report from DigiTimes claims that we might be able to expect the laptop by […]


Facebook And Instagram Get New Features To Fight Fake News

Fake news can be a huge problem these days in this day and age of social media. This is because of how fast social media posts can spread where they can be shared and reshared hundreds, if not thousands of times in very little time. Of course, not everyone sharing fake news is doing it on purpose.


PrinCube Is A Color Printer That You Can Take With You On The Go

When we think of printers, chances are you might be thinking of those big and bulky gadgets sitting in offices and in the corners of our homes. While they might be perfect for where they are, it also means that printing on the go is essentially out of the question, or is it? That’s the problem that the PrinCube is trying to solve.


School In India Comes Up With A Low-Tech Way Of Preventing Students From Cheating

Back in the day, cheating in school was decidedly low-tech, where students would attempt to smuggle answers into exams by writing on their arms, hiding it in their pens, keeping it in their socks, and so on. However, these days, cheating is getting more sophisticated and schools are trying to find ways around it.


More Evidence That Suggests That Diablo 4 Could Be Announced At BlizzCon 2019

BlizzCon is kicking off in November and according to recent speculation, it seems that there is a good chance that Blizzard could be announcing Diablo 4. Whether or not the rumors are true remains to be seen, but it should be pointed out that last year, there were similar rumors only for Blizzard to quash them later.


Banking Apps Start To Blacklist Samsung Galaxy S10 Following Fingerprint Flaw

As you might have heard, Samsung’s newer smartphones that use an in-display fingerprint sensor, have a vulnerability where it seems that using a cheap $3 screen protector is enough to fool it into unlocking for anyone. This has led to security concerns and as such, several banking institutions have started to blacklist the phone for the time-being from using their apps.


HTC’s Budget Blockchain Phone Is Exciting

 Even though HTC smartphones are not in the limelight recently – they have managed to unveil EXODUS 1S (the budget alternative to its first crypto phone EXODUS).It happens to be the first-ever mobile device with Full Node support for Bitcoin. In other words, you can relay, validate, and confirm bitcoin transactions using the phone. Of course, with a personal device, you can ensure better privacy and security in the network.It […]


NordVPN Officially Confirmed That It Was Hacked In 2018

NordVPN is a quite popular VPN service which helps enhance online security and privacy. However, with the recent confirmation on the hack officially, a lot of users have been disappointed.In their blog post, they addressed that their services were compromised due to a breach in one of their servers in Finland.They found out about the breach a few months ago but decided to announce it only after their whole network […]


Kate Spade New York Has Launched Their First Sport Smartwatch

If you are someone looking for designer smartwatches, now you have a great option go for – Kate Spade New York sports smartwatches.In case you are not aware, Kate Spade was a pretty popular designer for fashionable handbags, jewelry, tech accessories, and a lot of things. Kate Spade New York is the company the offers designer clothing/accessories.They already offered smartwatch straps but now they have finally launched a sporty smartwatch […]


Fossil Smartwatches Can Now Make Calls With The iPhone

Unlike the Apple Watch that requires an iPhone for it to work, Google’s Wear OS smartwatches actually play nice with the iPhone, at least to a certain degree. One of the features that it seems to be lacking is the ability to make calls on the iPhone through the smartwatch, even if the iPhone is connected and paired with it.


Test Finds That The iPhone’s Dark Mode Can Help Save Battery

One of the long-awaited features that iPhone users have been asking for finally arrived with iOS 13, and that is a system-wide dark mode. While this might be initially seen as an aesthetics thing, where some users might prefer a dark look to their apps, it has been suggested that it could also help save battery, especially on OLED phones.


Instagram Wants To Help You Decide Who To Unfollow

If you’re an avid Instagram user, chances are that you might end up following hundreds, if not thousands, of people. Eventually, you start to forget who you are following and probably don’t see the majority of those people on your feed. If you’re looking to help trim some of the fat, Instagram could be looking to lend a helping hand.


Third-Party Amazon Sellers Found To Be Selling Expired Food

Amazon has such a massive presence online and they sell pretty much everything and anything. As such, it is not surprising that the company sometimes sources out some of its products to third-party sellers. This is  a pretty common practice but unfortunately, it seems that some of them aren’t above board.


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