5-Aixs IBIS Could Be Coming To Canon’s Next EOS-R Camera

Image stabilization is useful in situations where you need to move around a lot but want to ensure that your photos and videos don’t come off too blurry. Now Canon’s EOS R camera is packed with high-end features, but if there was one thing missing from the camera was image stabilization.

Venom 2 Has Reportedly Been Greenlit, Might Have A New Writer

Sony’s Venom movie has received mix reviews, where some have criticized the movie for its predictability, while others have praised actor Tom Hardy’s performance and how the movie on the whole felt “fun”. For fans of the Venom character and who wouldn’t mind seeing more of him on the big screen, your wish might have come true.

Nintendo Would ‘Love’ To See Red Dead Redemption 2 On The Switch

The Nintendo Switch is definitely doing a much better job compared to its predecessor, the Wii U, at attracting developers onto its platform. For example the console managed to get companies like Bethesda to bring games like Skyrim onto it, plus we’re also seeing a ton of indies launch for the Switch as well.

Verizon’s App Has Been Updated To Allow eSIM Activation

Last week Verizon announced that they would finally be supporting eSIM, which means that iPhone Xs, Xs Max, and XR owners would finally be able to add a second line to their iPhones. However the process involved using a QR code to activate the eSIM, which while not terribly inconvenient isn’t quite as efficient as it could be.


Unsupported Videos Uploaded To Google Photos Will Now Take Up Storage Space

One of the perks of using Google Photos is its unlimited storage for photos and videos kept under a certain size. For the most part this is a pretty good deal unless you’re a professional photographer or videographer that requires their files to be of a high-resolution for editing and printing purposes.

Carmen Sandiego Reboot Arrives On Netflix In January

Netflix announced its Carmen Sandiego reboot back in 2017. There hasn’t been a lot of news about the series since then. However, there’s finally an update and those who have been waiting for this series will be delighted to know that it arrives very soon. They should clear a few days in their calendar next month.

Puma Bringing Back The Classic 1986 RS-Computer Shoe

Some of you may be old enough to remember the 1986 RS-Computer running shoe from Puma. It was way ahead of its time as the shoe had a computer chip inside the heel to record data like calories, distance, and time. These are things that we can now track with our phones or slim bands around our wrist. However, this was hi-tech at that time. Puma has announced that it’s […]

Walmart Opens Its First Online Store In Japan With Rakuten

Walmart has announced the launch of its first online store in Japan. It has teamed up with local tech giant Rakuten for this purpose. The first e-commerce store titled Walmart Rakuten Ichiba Store has been opened on the Rakuten Ichiba internet shopping mall. The collaboration combines Walmart’s expertise in delivering U.S. branded products and Rakuten’s dominant position in the online market to bring new shopping experiences to customers in Japan.

Russian Cosmonauts On A Spacewalk To Investigate Mysterious Hole

Two Russian crew members on board the International Space Station are heading out for a spacewalk today. Their mission is to investigate a mysterious hole that was spotted in a visiting spacecraft. This hole caused quite a bit of concern both on the ISS and down on Earth as it caused air to leak out of the ISS a few months ago. It has not yet been determined how this […]

Huawei Trademark Suggests Smart TV A Possibility

Huawei could be thinking about entering the smart TV market if a new trademark filing is to be believed. The company has filed to protect the “Huawei AI Window” term. The trademark description mentions that it may be used for smart TVs and LCD panels. Earlier reports have suggested that Huawei may launch a new smart TV under its Honor sub-brand.

OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition Official With 10GB RAM

OnePlus had recently teased a collaboration with supercar manufacturer McLaren and today the company officially unveiled the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau says that this handset marks the start of a new partnership with McLaren and that it will give the people “a feeling of incredible speed and performance.”

Vivo Nex Dual Display Edition Arrives With Two Screens

Vivo had one of the most talked about phones of the year. The Vivo Nex took a different approach to eliminate the camera notch. It had a slider mechanism with the front camera and sensors that popped up as and when required. Vivo is out with another model of the Nex today and it does away with the slider for another solution. The Vivo Nex Dual Display Edition has two […]

PlayStation Classic Hacked To Run Games From A USB

Feel that the Sony PlayStation Classic could have shipped with better games? Well, some notable console hackers have got your back. They have figured out how to hack this miniature console to run games off of a USB drive. This means that it will be possible to load games on the PlayStation Classic that are not originally included with it.

LG To Unveil Its Own Capsule-Based Beer Machine At CES 2019

LG has announced that it’s going to unveil a capsule-based “craft” beer making machine at the Consumer Electronics Show 2019 next month. The machine will make the brewing process incredibly easy through single-use capsules, an optimized fermentation algorithm, and a self-cleaning feature which means that it would be easy to live with this machine.

Major Update For Telegram For iOS & Android Released

If you use Telegram as your main messenger app, you’ll be pleased to learn that the app has received a rather significant update that will bring about a ton of new features and improvements to it. This will be applicable to both the iOS and Android versions of the app, so neither platform will be left out.

Apple Pay Launches In Germany

We have been hearing reports about Apple Pay potentially launching in Germany since 2016/2017. The good news is that if you live in Germany and want to use Apple Pay, you’ll be pleased to learn that Apple Pay has since launched in the country where initial support for it will be provided by Comdirect, Deutsche Bank, Fidor Bank, Hanseatic Bank, HypoVereinsbank and prepaid service Edenred.

Facebook Has A Patent That Predicts Where You Might Go Next

Facebook already knows a lot about us, too much in fact, to the point where it can recognize people in your photos, locations that you’ve been, who you communicate with, and so on. Now it looks like Facebook is about to get creepier because in a patent discovered by BuzzFeed News, Facebook has a patent that tries to predict where you might go in the future.

Gamers Are Upset That Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Is Free-To-Play

Last week Valve made an interesting decision by announcing that Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) will now be free-to-play. The game was never particularly expensive but we suppose by removing the cost of the game, it would open it up to more gamers, which is a good thing, right?

Study Finds Screen Time Physically Changes The Brain Structure In Kids

These days we’re starting to see how it is common for parents to put a screen in front of their kids during meals. Given that our smartphones and tablets can play videos and play games, it seems like the perfect way to keep kids quiet and entertained. However a recent study has suggested that maybe it might not be the best thing to do.

1993’s Doom Gets A Free Spiritual Successor With ‘Sigil’

It has been 25 years since Doom was first released. For those who actually grew up playing the game, you might have fond memories of it, and for those who are unfamiliar, Doom was one of the original FPS titles that helped popularize the FPS genre, leading to many FPS games having been created since.

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