Apple Officially announces Apple TV+ Video Subscription Service

As per the reports, it seems that Apple has officially taken the wraps off their new video subscription service in the form of Apple TV+. This was announced alongside Apple News+ also the Apple Card, all of which will be part of Apple’s attempts to create brand new subscription services that will help boost its revenue.


Lithuanian Man Stole $100 Million From Google And Facebook

Google and Facebook were targeted by a Lithuanian man named Evaldas Rimasauskas as part of an elaborate multiple business email compromise fraud attack. The attack caused losses of over $100 million to the two companies. He has since pleaded guilty to wire fraud, aggravated identity theft, and three counts of money laundering.


Huawei CFO Appears To Be Quite Fond Of Apple Products

You’d think that top executives of tech companies would prioritize using the company’s devices over that of its rivals. They certainly make sure that they’re seen using their own devices at press and industry events. That doesn’t mean they don’t use or even prefer competitors’ products on their own time, as Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou did. Wanzhou is the CFO of Huawei Technologies. She also happens to be the daughter […]


Monday’s Jimmy Fallon Episode Shot Entirely On Galaxy S10+

As part of a broad ad deal that Samsung has signed with NBCUniversal, tonight’s episode of Jimmy Fallon’s “Tonight Show” has been shot entirely on the Galaxy S10+. Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone ups the ante in the camera department with an ultra-wide camera lens. Fallon will be highlighting the fact during this unconventional episode of his show.


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Recent Changes To Gmail Has Broken Certain IFTTT Recipes

The wonderful thing about apps such as IFTTT is that it allows users to automate certain aspects of their smartphone. Previously the app had worked with Gmail where users could use a variety of recipes with the app, but unfortunately due to changes Google made to their API ecosystem, it has resulted in a few Gmail related recipes being broken.


Google’s Stadia Game Service WIll Not Support Downloads

Google had recently announced its new game streaming service called Stadia. This is the full version of Project Stream which launched last year and allowed gamers to stream games through their Chrome browser, and now during an interview with GameSpot, Google has revealed some additional information about Stadia.


China Thinks That Cloning Police Dogs Will Be More Efficient

No two people are alike because we all have different upbringings, different opinions, a different set of morals and ethics, and so on. However there is a question of if we were to clone a person, would the clone be exactly the same as the original? We suppose we’ll never really know, but over in China, that’s what they’re trying to do with police dogs.


Google Maps Letting Some User Create Public Events

Google Maps is useful when it comes to finding nearby bars, restaurants, and interesting places. Now it seems that users will soon be able to add public events that are happening in the area. According to a report from Android Police, it seems that Google has started to allow users to create public events.


Potential Pricing Of Apple’s Upcoming Services Revealed

So we know that come Monday, Apple could be launching a new video streaming service, a news and magazine subscription service, and also maybe even a gaming service. However if there is one question that is evading us all, it would be how much will all of these services cost Apple’s customers?


Red Bull’s Fake Meteor Had L.A. Residents Concerned

You may have seen aliens landing and meteors crashing in Los Angeles in many movies that are also made in the town as well, but many L.A. residents got concerned earlier this week when they looked up and saw what appeared to be a flaming meteor in the sky. Turns out, it wasn’t a meteor hurtling towards the Earth, it was part of a marketing stunt being pulled off by […]


Scientists Warn Of Severe Flooding In 25 States

Federal scientists have warned this week that 25 states are at the risk of “major or moderate” flooding in the next few weeks. The warning is part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s spring outlook which mentions that almost two-thirds of the lower 48 states are at a higher risk of flooding until at least May this year.


Some Publishers Are Warning Against Joining Apple’s News Subscription Service

Apple has been dabbling in news with the launch of services such as Apple News, but come 25th of March, the company is expected to launch a new subscription service in the form of a news and magazine subscriptions where for a fixed monthly price, customers can expect to be able to access multiple publications at once.


Study Finds The Majority Of Bitcoin Trading Is A Hoax

While the price of bitcoin has come down a bit compared to its peak, it is still very lucrative and it’s not surprising that many out there want to get into it. However it seems that according to a report from Bitwise, many scammers are aware of this and are taking advantage of it by launching various bitcoin scams.


Company Offers To Pay $1,000 To Someone Willing To Binge-Watch All 20 Marvel Movies

If you’re a fan of Marvel’s movies, you might be interested to learn that you could stand a chance to earn yourself $1,000 for just binge-watching the entire catalogue of the MCU. This proposal was put out by CableTV.com who seems to be looking for the right candidate for the job.