WWDC 2015 Kicks Off June 8th
Apple traditionally hosts its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in June and it’s sticking to that tradition this time around as well. The company today confirmed that WWDC 2015 will kick off on June 8th. As always the festivities will take place in San Francisco and we can expect to see next major updates of iOS and OS X at the event.

Garmin’s VIRB Action Camera Family Expands
It looks like the folks over at Garmin has decided to give the VIRB family of action cameras a boost by introducing not just one, but two new models – and I am referring to the Garmin VIRB X and the Garmin VIRB XE models. These two models will be able to collect data from a range of its embedded sensors, and these collected information will then be used to […]

Poll: Most Apple Watch Retail Tryouts End Up As A Pre-Order
Just how hot is the Apple Watch, or how well will it sell? Now that is a difficult question to answer, to say the least, especially when you take into consideration how the tech industry could prove to be an extremely fickle animal. Having said that, a new informal poll of retail employees that were conducted by an analyst claims that those who have scheduled an appointment to give the […]

Macaque Monkeys Prove To Be Barrier To Rollout Of Internet Services In An Indian City
What are some of the obstacles that you can think of when it comes to the slowing down of an Internet rollout in a particular province or area? Well, some of us might cite cost issues, while others claim that there is no proper infrastructure in place to support such a roll out. Well, this is the best excuse yet – and a very valid one, as you can tell, […]

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F1 2015 Release Date Confirmed
We have some good news today for Formula 1 fans. Codemasters has confirmed when the next title in its F1 series is going to arrive. This will be the first time that an F1 title is available on the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One. Codemasters today confirmed the F1 2015 release date and revealed that the title will be available for PC gamers as well.

Facebook: Oculus Rift Could Arrive Later This Year
We recently reported on speculation about the Oculus Rift release. It’s widely being speculated that this virtual reality headset will not be released in 2015 as previously promised. Though today at its F8 conference Facebook might have provided us with a hint about Oculus Rift’s release. It appears that the release is on track for 2015 after all.

Taylor Swift Purchases .porn And .adult Web Domain Names
Taylor Swift, the celebrity musician who more or less has a squeaky, clean cut and image, has generated a fair amount of buzz online – after she had picked up web domain names that end with .porn and .adult, now how about that? Basically, she picked up the web domain names TaylorSwift.porn and TaylorSwift.adult, and these addresses were part of a public sale by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names […]

Pebble Pledges $1m To Help Crowdfund Smartstrap Projects
Last month the Pebble Time was announced. For those unfamiliar with the wearable, it’s basically the successor to the Pebble watch but the difference is that it comes with a color e-paper display and a microphone, making those two features the biggest hardware changes that Pebble has made.The company also announced the support for smartstraps which are basically straps for the watch that will add more features to the device. […]

3D Printer Could Serve Up A New Heart
3D printing has certainly improved by leaps and bounds over the years, although this does not mean that one will be able to simply print whatever one likes out of the blue. Well, it seems that 3D printers might have a major role to play in the realm of medical science in the near future as the target of using 3D printers to churn out organs start to become a […]

HTC One M9 Overheats To 130-Degrees Fahrenheit In Recent Benchmark
There have been rumors that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 was facing overheating issues, although companies such as LG who uses the Snapdragon 810 have since denied those claims on Qualcomm’s behalf. That being said could the rumors be true? According to the folks at Dutch website Tweakers (via Phandroid), they recently got their hands on the HTC One M9 that seems to prove it.The website put the handset through a […]

Samsung Galaxy Xcover 3 Announced
It looks like the folks over at Samsung has decided that their rugged Xcover range should see an extension in the family, where the latest addition would be known as the Galaxy Xcover 3. The Samsung Galaxy Xcover 3 is no pushover, and it ought to have what it takes in order to handle whatever rough and tough adventures that you go through. Of course, I am not referring to […]

Tesla Model X Prototype Seen In California
Tesla, the company that rolls out its fair share of electric cars, and has recently been looking at the possibility of powering your home with their own battery pack, is also behind the Tesla Model X. Well, it does look as though a prototype of this particular ride has been spotted in California (where else), and you can’t really get any clearer than what you see above at this point […]

Google Maps Updated With Lane Guidance For Several European Countries
I am quite sure that the world has had its fair share of news concerning Nokia’s HERE Maps for Android, especially where it has exited beta, not to mention obtaining a worldwide update earlier this week, too. Having said that, what does Google have to say about all this? Action speaks louder than words, this as much is true, where Google Maps has recently scored a Local Guide feature, not […]

Prynt Smartphone Case Comes With A Printer Built Into It
One of the great things about digital cameras is that we get to snap as many photos as we want, and get to keep them in our computer, phone, hard drives, and so on without it taking up much physical space. This is unlike back in the day where photos had to be printed and stored in photo albums.However there is a certain nostalgic feel when it comes to printed […]

Exynos 7420 Chipset Benchmarked
It has been said that there are several variants of Samsung’s upcoming flagship device, the Galaxy S6, which will run with the Exynos 7420 chipset underneath the hood. Well, what do we know of the Exynos 7420 chipset? This chipset has more or less gone through the wringer over at Geekbench, where the single-core score which was racked up touched the 1,520 figure, while the multi-core tally managed to hit […]

Alcatel OneTouch Smart Control Arrives At The FCC
Alcatel has introduced their plans to introduce a small and wireless button which is known as the OneTouch RC20 Smart Control. This unique device happens to be a small and wireless button which you can make use of as a remote control, allowing it to be able to control a bunch of functions on a smartphone. Having arrived at the FCC earlier this week, the user manual points out that […]

LG G4 MWC 2015 Announcement Unlikely
Mobile World Congress is usually when quite a few manufacturers show off their new smartphones. HTC has already lined up an event on March 1st and Samsung is reportedly going to show off the Galaxy S6 on March 2nd. One would have expected LG to show off its new flagship at the event as well but apparently that’s not the case. A Korean publication claims to have heard from an […]

NSA Had Its Eye On Sony Hackers Long Before They Struck
Towards the end of last year one of the biggest stories that made international headlines was the Sony Pictures Entertainment hack. The U.S. government was quick to point its finger towards North Korea for the cyberattack even though the supremely isolated country denied the allegation repeatedly. Many questioned just how the FBI had reached this conclusion, with some security experts saying that it may have been a total inside job, […]

Another Microsoft Spartan Browser Image Leaked
Later this month Microsoft is due to show off the consumer version of Windows 10. It has been reported multiple times already that the new operating system is also going to bring a completely new web browser known right now by its codename “Spartan.” Internet Explorer wouldn’t go anywhere it seems but Spartan will be a new offering that has support for extensions and a minimal, cleaner user interface.

Harman Kardon Omni Bar Delivers Wireless Audio
As we continue to make the march in the direction of a wireless lifestyle, ranging from wireless charging to wireless audio, here is a solution in the latter category from Harman, where it will be known as the Harman Kardon Omni Bar. The Harman Kardon Omni Bar happens to be an innovative 2.1-channel soundbar which will come with a high-performance wireless subwoofer, allowing it to deliver a rich audio experience […]