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Bethesda Teases Two Reveals At E3 2017

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 03:47:39 GMT

Without a doubt we know that Bethesda will be at E3 2017 later this June. The event is also where the company is expected to share details about Fallout 4 VR , which in case wasn't already obvious based on its name, is basically Fallout 4 that is playable in virtual reality, which from what we hear is fantastic .

We destroyed a collectible Doritos bag to get at its hidden MP3 Player

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 01:36:06 GMT

Junk food and summer blockbusters go hand in hand -- from the nachos, popcorn and candy you buy at the cinema, to action-hero faces plastered on every brand of potato chips at the supermarket. This has been the way of the world as long as I can remember, but this summer, the pairing may have reached its apex.

Alleged iPhone 8 Mold 'Confirms' Its Design

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 01:36:05 GMT

In the past few weeks, we've started to see an increase in the number of leaks regarding the iPhone 8. Most of them come in the form of schematics and drawings , and for the most part they depict an iPhone where the dual rear-facing cameras are stacked vertically instead of horizontally like we've seen in the iPhone 7 Plus. In case you're wondering how legit those schematics are, your guess is as good as ours, but it seems that they're slowly gaining a fair bit of traction because a recent tweet from Benjamin Geskin has revealed alleged photos of the mold for the iPhone 8 that confirms some of its design.

Fitbit Responds To Flex 2 Exploding On Woman's Wrist

Sat, 29 Apr 2017 01:36:04 GMT

The other day we had reported that one woman had claimed that her Fitbit Flex 2 had exploded while on her wrist and left her with second-degree burns. No doubt this is a scary situation considering how many tech companies are pushing forwards with wearable devices.

USPS solar eclipse stamps use body heat to reveal the moon

Fri, 28 Apr 2017 23:22:23 GMT

The United States Postal Service is no stranger to letting its nerd flag fly with special edition stamps. The latest in its space series is a little different, though.

The Galaxy S8's home button shifts to prevent screen burn

Fri, 28 Apr 2017 18:45:56 GMT

Screensavers were originally a way to prevent burn-in on older CRT monitors. The now-classic moving images in early operating systems were created to keep any single pixel on the screen from remaining in place for too long, leaving behind a ghost on the display.

Acer Unveils The Holo 360 VR Camera That Is Also A Phone

Fri, 28 Apr 2017 13:49:57 GMT

Acer is a brand you might associate with computers and maybe even computer monitors . However it seems that the company has decided to try their hand at VR and have recently announced the Acer Holo 360 .

Google Search On iOS Shows Movie And Music Streaming Services

Fri, 28 Apr 2017 11:28:00 GMT

If you want to watch a movie online, there are so many ways you could go about it. You could purchase a copy of the movie and download it onto your computer.

Nintendo NYC Has Officially Stopped Selling The NES Classic Edition

Fri, 28 Apr 2017 11:27:59 GMT

If you're thinking about getting your hands on the NES Classic Edition, you might have heard that Nintendo had previously announced that they would be discontinuing the console . If that wasn't official enough, Nintendo New York has tweeted that the console would officially no longer be available from the Nintendo NYC store.

John McAfee Has Developed The 'World's First Truly Private' Smartphone

Fri, 28 Apr 2017 09:13:51 GMT

John McAfee has made a name for himself in the cybersecurity arena but he's being gaining popularity for his antics recently more than his work in this space. He appears to have been working silently on a new device which he claims is the "world's first truly private smartphone."

Upcoming Puff Daddy Documentary Will Be Exclusive To Apple Music

Fri, 28 Apr 2017 04:39:44 GMT

Just like consoles and video games, exclusives are what helps to draw customers to particular services, just like how when the iPhone was exclusive to AT&T, many customers flocked over to the carrier just to get their hands on the phone. This is why it's not surprising that Apple is doing the same thing with Apple Music.

Apple Watch Used To Make SOS Call After Car Crash

Fri, 28 Apr 2017 04:39:43 GMT

While features like display size, battery life, resolution, processor speed, and camera quality are great marketing tools, sometimes a device's usability comes from its lesser marketed features. A good example would be in the case of 22-year old college student Casey Bennett who recently got into a car accident, but thanks to an accessibility feature built into his Apple Watch, he managed to call for help .

Tekken 7's Roger The Kangaroo Removed Over Animal Activists Concerns

Fri, 28 Apr 2017 04:39:42 GMT

Bandai Namco's Tekken franchise is an interesting one. While other arcade games might have more traditional characters, Tekken actually introduced some interesting and quirky characters such as bears, pandas, a man made from wood, and so on.

Update To Google Trips Makes It Easier To Plan Your Holiday

Fri, 28 Apr 2017 02:20:49 GMT

One of the nifty features we love about Inbox by Gmail is that it can automatically sort your emails for you and bundle them together. For example if you booked flights and a hotel to a particular destination, the platform is smart enough to bundle it all together under a single trip for easier access.

Google Posts Dates Of When Support Will End For Nexus/Pixel Devices

Fri, 28 Apr 2017 02:20:48 GMT

While a two-year old smartphone isn't exactly what you would consider "old" in terms of usability and features, as far as OEMs are concerned, such devices are typically viewed as "ancient" and it isn't often that we see OEMs support devices that are older than two years. Google is no different but the good news is that at least Pixel/Nexus owners have an expiry date to look forward to .

Navy Researchers Build A Battery That Won't Explode

Fri, 28 Apr 2017 02:20:47 GMT

Most of our electronic devices these days are powered by lithium-ion batteries which are great when they work, but not so great when they explode. We've seen that happen countless times in the past , with the more recent incidents stemming from Samsung's snafu with the Galaxy Note 7 handset.

Microsoft's Cortana-Powered Invoke Speaker Has Spotify Support

Thu, 27 Apr 2017 23:54:53 GMT

It was confirmed by Microsoft last year that premium audio brand Harman Kardon is working on a new smart speaker that's powered by its artificial intelligence assistant Cortana . It didn't reveal much information about this product but the teaser video that it shared made it seem like the speaker, called Invoke, would be quite similar to the Amazon Echo as far as its form factor goes.