League Of Legends Could Be Headed To The Nintendo Switch

Earlier, Riot announced League of Legends: Wild Rift. This is essentially a new version of the company’s incredibly popular League of Legends game, except that it has been redesigned to be played on mobile devices as well as consoles. Riot did not specify which consoles the game will be launching on, but it seems that the Nintendo Switch could be a possibility.


Google Nest Devices Can Tell When You’re Near Using ‘Ultrasound Sensing’

One of the features that Google debuted with the Pixel 4 is Motion Sense. This relies on radar technology to sense the movements of the user, where through the wave of a hand, it can silence calls, pick up calls, and so on. It also has the ability to detect when the user is about to pick up their phone, which in turn pre-activates the face unlock feature to make […]


Logitech Unveils Keyboard And Mouse Combo Optimized For Chrome OS

While the majority of external keyboards will work with a Chrome OS computer, they tend to fall slightly short as there are certain keys that are missing, but for general typing, you should be able to get away with using a standard keyboard with your Chrome OS device. However, if you’re a stickler for optimization, then look no further than Logitech.


Apple Unveils New Beats Solo Pro Headphones With 40 Hour Battery Life

The problem with the majority of wireless headphones is in its battery life. While we can appreciate not having to deal with cables that get tangled, we compromise by having devices run on battery, which like we said, for the most part is still less than ideal in terms of how long it can last.


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Pixel 4 Pre-Orders Will Also Come With $100 In Google Store Credit

Are you thinking about pre-ordering Google’s Pixel 4 smartphone? As it turns out, if you do plan on pre-ordering the handset, you will be given a $100 credit towards the Google Store. This means that you’ll be able to use the credit towards accessories and other things you might want to buy.


Kids Are Getting Smarter At Finding Loopholes In iOS Screen Time

Back in 2018 with iOS 12, Apple introduced Screen Time. This is basically Apple’s way to showing users how much time they spend on their phones and apps, and is a way for the company to encourage users to put their devices down. It also allows parents to set time limits on how long their kids can spend on their mobile devices.


The Kabuto Is A Smart Luggage You’ll Want To Travel With

Our suitcases and luggage are more than just bags to keep our clothes in while we travel. Over the years, we’ve seen companies try to make these travel essentials smarter. For example, we’ve seen some companies such as Rimowa introduce digital luggage tags. We’ve also seen how some companies have come up with luggage that can follow you instead of you having to wheel them around.


AMC Theatres Announce Their Plans To Get Into Video Streaming

Turn the clock back a few years ago, you would be hardpressed to find a streaming service besides Netflix or Hulu. However, these days customers are being spoilt for choice where they are being presented with a ton of options. Amazon has gotten into the game, along with Apple, and next month, Disney will also be launching their own streaming service.


League Of Legends Will Be Coming To Mobile Devices

With how many of us own smartphones, it would be silly for developers to ignore the mobile gaming market. This is why we’re starting to see a rise in video games that were traditionally for PC or console being released on mobile as well. We’ve also started to see developers create games simultaneously for both mobile and PC and/or console.


Flying Gondola From Aeronext: Comfortable Drone Transport

Aeronext Inc has announced its Gondola drone concept, along with a miniature model of what could become a series of drones that transport from one to four people.


Navya Self-Driving Bus Deployed In Japanese Streets

During CEATEC 2019, the Navya self-driving bus is moving a small number of people around a predetermined 1.5km route, which is “close to real-world” traffic, according to the organizers.


ANA Demonstrates Cutting-Edge Telepresence Tech

ANA, a major Japanese Airline, is throwing its weight behind telepresence technologies such as avatar-style robots, but also advanced technology that can relay much more than mere visual and audio information. We are CEATEC 2019 in Tokyo, Japan


What Is Japan’s Society 5.0?

As early as 2017, the Japanese government introduced the notion of Society 5.0, a term to designate Japan’s next societal inflection point. In this next step, technological developments would be utilized to improve life and society, while business success remains a driving factor, “quality of life” is the primary objective.


Pixelbook Go Is Google’s Latest And More Affordable Pixelbook

In addition to announcing the Pixel 4 smartphones, Google’s event also saw the company announce a new Pixelbook laptop in the form of the Pixelbook Go, whose photos were actually leaked a few days ahead of the event. If the Pixelbook was a laptop you’ve had your eye on but felt it was a bit out of your price range, then Google might have your back with this model.


Pixel 4 Will Not Come With Unlimited Google Photos ‘Original Quality’ Photo Backups

One of the selling points of Google’s Pixel smartphones was that it came with free unlimited storage on Google Photos. Google Photos already offers free unlimited storage, but it caps it at a certain resolution, but with Pixel phones, Google offers free unlimited original quality photo backups. This means that you get to store your photos at full resolution for free.


iOS 13.1.3 Released WIth New Bug Fixes

While Apple might have done a great job with iOS 12’s release where it was considerably less buggy compared to iOS 11, it seems that Apple is slipping up again with iOS 13, where many users have complained about the numerous bugs and issues that are plaguing their devices, which is admittedly rather disappointing.


The New Nest Mini Offers Up Better Sound In A Smaller Package

When Google initially launched the Google Home Mini, it seemed like it was Google’s answer to Amazon’s Echo Dot. It was basically a smaller and cheaper version of the Google Home for those who did not need a full sounding speaker, but preferred the functionality of the built-in Google Assistant.


Google Gives Apple A Run For Their Money With The New Pixel Buds

When Google announced the original Pixel Buds, it felt like the company wasn’t quite ready to fully embrace true wireless earbuds. This is because if you recall, the OG Pixel Buds came with a cable that connected both earbuds together. However, it seems that Google has finally decided to cut the cord.


Google Stadia Will Be Launching On November 19

Earlier this year, Google confirmed that they would be launching their game streaming service, Stadia, this coming November. Now the company has confirmed when exactly in November it will be launching, and if you’re interested, you’ll want to mark the date down for the 19th of November.


The Apple TV App Is Now Available On Roku

Roku is a quite popular online media player (or streaming player). It also offers a smart TV and a streaming stick (like Amazon’s Firestick) to make it possible for you to access multiple services on your TV.You can watch the free channels available or opt for the premium ones offered.In addition to all the channels available, Roku announced that the Apple TV app is finally available as a channel on […]


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