Nintendo Introduces The ‘Ring Fit Adventure’ For The Nintendo Switch

Last week, Nintendo teased a new gaming accessory for the Nintendo Switch. The accessory in question looked like some kind of fitness-related accessory where users could squeeze it and attach Joy-Con controllers to it. Now it looks like the accessory has since been made official where it is known as the Ring Fit Adventure.


Disney+ Will Come With Classic Marvel Animated Series

Disney+ is currently slated for a launch in November, but it seems that for some living in the Netherlands, the service has gone live in the region. The good news is that thanks to the service going live in the form of a trial version of the service, we have an idea of some of the content that we can look forward to, such as classic Marvel animated series from […]


Capcom’s ‘Resident Evil’ Spin-Off Project Resistance Officially Revealed

Back towards the end of August, Capcom teased an upcoming game called Project Resistance which seemed to be some kind of Resident Evil spin-off. A recently-released trailer revealed some additional details about the game, and now it looks like the game has been officially announced.


iPhone 11’s Portrait Mode Will Be Able To Detect Objects And Pets

While on the surface, the differences between the iPhone XR and the iPhone X, XS, and XS Max seemed superficial, like LCD versus OLED, single-camera versus dual-cameras, and so on, there were differences in its software as well. For example, when it comes to taking photos of objects or pets in Portrait Mode, the iPhone XR fell short.


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HomePod To Gain New Features This Fall

With the HomePod, Apple has dipped their toes into the smart speaker waters. However, judging from the reports we’ve seen, it has barely made a dent in the market which is still largely dominated by the likes of Amazon and Google, who have launched smart speakers that are decidedly more feature-rich.


Apple’s New iPhone 11 Pro Will Offer Faster LTE Speeds

When Apple announced the new iPhone 11 Pro, they also revealed that the new phones will offer up faster connectivity speeds. It sounds good, doesn’t it? However, Apple did not mention exactly how much faster we might be able to expect, but thanks to SpeedSmart, they have managed to get their hands on test data that shows just how fast we can expect.


Fujifilm X-A7 Entry-Level Mirrorless Camera Announced

Cameras can be an expensive hobby to get into, especially if you’re not sure if you’re quite ready to commit to buying lenses and so on. However, if you are looking to dip your toes in the water, you might be interested to learn that Fujifilm has recently taken the wraps off its latest entry-level camera in the form of the Fujifilm X-A7.


Mophie Already Has Battery Cases Ready For The New iPhone 11

Apple already makes battery cases for its iPhones, but if you’d rather not wait, it seems that Mophie has you covered. For those unfamiliar, Mophie has been creating iPhone battery cases for many years already, so it’s not surprising that the company is back with a new battery case designed for Apple’s new iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max.


Intel To Host An Olympics-Sanctioned eSports Tournament In 2020

The Olympic games is typically home to more traditional sporting events. However, in recent times, it seems that the people behind the Olympic games have slowly started to change their minds, where a few years ago, they have acknowledged that eSports is considered as a sporting activity.


Logitech Unveils New Keyboard Folios For The 10.2-inch iPad

The other day, Apple made a surprising announcement at its iPhone event. Typically the company reserves its new iPad announcements for much later in the year, but for some reason, the company decided to launch a new 10.2-inch entry-level iPad at its event. One of the changes they made is the introduction of the Smart Connector.


iOS 13 Seemingly Confirms Apple’s Plans For An AR Headset

For a while now we’ve been hearing rumors that Apple could be working on an augmented reality headset. Now in a tweet by 9to5Mac’s Guilherme Rambo, it seems that there has been evidence discovered in iOS 13 that makes reference made to Apple’s AR headset. This is further confirmed by developer Steve Troughton-Smith who found a “read me” file that talks about stereo AR apps that can be “worn”.


Apple’s Most Expensive iPad Pro Just Got A Lot Cheaper

Apple’s products are already pretty expensive, although the more you upgrade the storage, the more expensive it gets. Take for example the iPad Pro with 1TB of storage which was priced at $1749, and note that we say “was” because it seems that Apple has decided to drop the prices on its iPad Pro models.


The New iPhones Come With A U1 Chip, Hints At Plans For Tile-Like Tracking Accessory

Ahead of Apple’s iPhone event, it was rumored that the company could be getting ready to launch a Tile-like tracking accessory of their own. It was also rumored that the tracker could take advantage of ultra-wideband technology which would make it easier to find and also more accurate when it comes to pinging its location.


Neural Implants Will Possibly Make Us Telepathic

We already have some neural interfaces that help connect the brain to a computer using Artifical Intelligence. Even though that is beneficial in the medical sector only, a new report by The Royal Society says that the brain implants might enable us to read other people’s thoughts.


Tesla Model S Just Set A New Track Record In California Says Elon Musk

Elon Musk, in a tweet, revealed that the Tesla Model S set a track record for the fastest 4-door at California’s Laguna Seca racetrack. He also mentioned that the video will be uploaded next. Model S just set record for fastest 4 door ever at Laguna Seca, video tmrw — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) September 11, 2019This may not be a big deal for car enthusiasts in general – but after […]


Canon Could Launch 80MP EOS R Mirrorless Camera Early 2020

In case Canon’s existing EOS R mirrorless cameras aren’t “pro” enough for you, you might have heard that the company could be working on a new model with an even higher megapixel count. Now according to Canon Rumors, it seems that we will be able to expect an EOS R camera with an 80MP+ sensor in the first half of 2020.


Razer’s New iPhone Case Will Help Keep Your Phone Cool During Gaming

When it comes to gaming, phones can get pretty hot depending on how much processing power is needed. This is why gaming phones are becoming popular as most of them tend to come with cooling features that might not typically be found on a regular smartphone. However, if you’d rather not buy a gaming smartphone, you might be interested in Razer’s new iPhone case.


Xiaomi’s Redmi TV Is A Hit, Sells Over 10,000 Units In Just 15 Minutes

Last month, Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi launched a new TV. It came in the form of a 70-inch 4K smart TV which was priced roughly around the $500 mark. Given that we’ve seen smaller TVs from other brands priced much higher, it’s not surprising that the TV has since become quite a hit.


Apple Launches New AppleCare+ Plan For Its Headphones

If you buy an expensive gadget like an iPhone or a MacBook, then buying AppleCare+ for it makes sense, especially since repairs can get pretty expensive. However, what do you think about AppleCare+ for headphones? Necessary or not? Apparently necessary, according to Apple who launched a new AppleCare+ plan for their headphones.


It’s Official: Apple Has Killed Off 3D Touch From Its iPhones

Several years ago when Apple launched the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, they introduced a new hardware feature in the form of 3D Touch which brought pressure-sensitive displays to smartphones. It sounded promising in theory, but it was quickly shown that it was more exciting in theory than in practice.


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