New Veronica Mars Season Will Premiere On Hulu In 2019

Veronica Mars, a show that refuses to die, is coming back. It has been confirmed today that a new Veronica Mars season will premiere on Hulu next year as the show has been picked up by the streaming service. It was first reported back in August that Hulu was working to revive the show.


Spotify Allowing Artists To Upload Their Music Directly

Spotify is making it easier for independent artists to upload their music to the world’s most popular music streaming service. They will be able to upload their music directly to Spotify, thus eliminating the need for them to go through a label or digital aggregator. This feature is currently available in beta.


Facebook Dating Is Now Being Tested In Colombia

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced earlier this year that the social network giant would be adding dating features to its network. It wasn’t something that many were expecting so the company did take many by surprise. It has now launched the new Facebook Dating features as a test in India. It draws on many aspects of Facebook to encourage users to meet in people and is fundamentally different from the […]


Amazon May Open Up To 3,000 Cashierless Stores By 2021

The first Amazon Go cashierless store was launched earlier this year. The company has since added a couple of other locations and most recently opened an Amazon Go location in Chicago earlier this week. A new report claims that Amazon is going to expand its cashierless stores rapidly and may have as many as 3,000 locations by 2021.


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Gmail Smart Replies To Become Optional For Desktop Users Soon

The Smart Replies feature in Gmail is currently not optional. It’s present for all users but that could change in the near future. According to a new report, Google will soon provide Gmail users the ability to turn off the Smart Replies feature. However this functionality may only be offered to desktop users.


Ticketmaster Reportedly Working With Scalpers For Online Resales

Ticketmaster is usually seen as a platform for people to buy tickets to concerts and shows in a legitimate fashion, where customers are under the impression that they won’t have to deal with scalpers and outrageous pricing. However that isn’t necessarily true, at least according to reports from CBC News and the Toronto Star (via Engadget).


Fitbit Launches Coaching Service To Help Achieve Fitness Goals

Fitbit makes some great products aimed at those who like to remain active and fit. The company has launched a new service today to appeal to a different set of customers. Fitbit Care is a new coaching service which will help users stay on course to achieve their fitness goals and help them get in shape. The service will connect them with coaches who will work with them throughout their […]


Facebook Interested In Developing AR Chips

It appears that Facebook is interested in developing its own chips for augmented reality solutions. Several job postings have been spotted which reveal that the company is hiring engineers who will be tasked with designing custom augmented reality chips. The job postings have been advertised by a group inside the company called Facebook Reality Labs which was previously known as Oculus Research. Oculus is the VR company that Facebook acquired […]


Some Marvel Heroes To Get Their Own Series On Disney’s Streaming Service

Disney had previously confirmed that Marvel will be part of its upcoming streaming service that is expected to launch in 2019. Now according to a report from Variety, more details have been revealed in which it has been reported that some Marvel heroes will actually be getting their own series on the streaming service.


Mozilla Enters VR With Its Firefox Reality Browser

We imagine that having to take a virtual reality (VR) headset on and off can be a bit disruptive to the whole immersive experience thing. That’s why there are apps for VR that offer users the chance to do things that they would do normally on a computer, such as browse YouTube videos and surf the web.


Google Will Be Shutting Down YouTube Gaming’s Dedicated Website

Several years ago, Google launched YouTube Gaming which is basically the company’s answer to platforms such as Twitch. However given that plenty of gamers had been streaming and posting game content on regular YouTube for a while now, YouTube Gaming just felt like a dedicated space for such content that made it easier to find what you wanted.


Live Action ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ Coming To Netflix In 2019

The animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender was so popular that a live action movie based on the series was released back in 2010. Unfortunately the movie fell far from expectations and was heavily criticized regarding the acting, writing, casting, and its dialogue. However Netflix thinks that maybe it’s time to try again.


Upcoming Oculus Connect Conference Will Be Streamed In Virtual Reality

Oculus Connect is one of the biggest annual events of the virtual reality community conducted by the Facebook-owned company. The next one takes place in just about a week. Given that virtual reality is all about making you feel part of the experience without being there physically, it’s only fitting that the next Oculus Connect conference be streamed in virtual reality.


SpaceX’s To Fly Japanese Billionaire Around The Moon

SpaceX is a private space company and it plans on flying tourists, the ones with very deep pockets, to space. The company had been teasing the announcement of its first space tourist and CEO Elon Musk has finally revealed who will be hitching the first paid ride on SpaceX’s Big Falcon Rocket. It’s Yusaku Maezawa, the Japanese billionaire founder of online fashion retailer Zozo. He will be accompanied by eight […]