Bradley Wint

Bradley Wint

Founder/Executive Editor

Would you pay $1,000 for the iPhone 8?

By - May 25, 2017 10:11pm AST
The iPhone 8 may be Apple’s most expensive iPhone to date. As more and more leaks surface, it appears that the iPhone 8 will feature an OLED-based edge-to-edge display with… Continue Reading

Hackers hide malware in movie subtitle files. Here’s how to fix it

By - May 24, 2017 10:47pm AST
Hackers have figured out a way to take advantage downloadable movie subtitles to hide malware in them. If you use VLC, Kodi, Stremio, or PopcornTime to play your movies with… Continue Reading

Top 7 daily YouTube Vloggers of 2017

By - May 21, 2017 11:06pm AST
Daily vlogging has become quite a popular trend on YouTube, mainly because of the potential to make thousands of dollars, or even millions for the lucky few. Oddly enough, after… Continue Reading

iPhone owners remain most loyal over competing brands

By - May 19, 2017 12:01am AST
Even with 2 billion active Android users on the planet, Apple still can boast about having some of the most loyal customers to date. The iPhone 8 is expected to… Continue Reading

This iPhone 8 render may be the real deal

By - May 16, 2017 8:59pm AST
As more and more reliable sources pitch in their renditions of the iPhone 8, it seems we may very well be looking at the final design. Engadget was able to… Continue Reading

How to avoid WannaCry Ransomware attack

By - May 14, 2017 10:38pm AST
By now you may have heard about the WannaCry/WannaCrypt ransomware attacks plaguing Windows users across Europe. Ransomware is usually not a huge problem, but this week’s attack affected a number… Continue Reading

Here’s what Windows 10 will look like in the future

By - May 14, 2017 8:34pm AST
Just like Google and Material Design, Microsoft has officially announced its “Microsoft Fluent Design System” framework from which apps developers can base their projects for use across desktop, tablet, mobile… Continue Reading

Android app devs using ultrasonic beacons to track its users

By - May 14, 2017 7:49pm AST
Advertisers will stop at nothing to profile us, and now they’re using our phones to figure out which stores we visit. Using a piece of tech called ultrasound cross-device tracking… Continue Reading

U.S. may ban carry-on laptops on inbound flights from Europe

By - May 10, 2017 10:14pm AST
The U.S. ban on large in-cabin electronics may be spreading to Europe, if a report by the Daily Beast is correct. The Department of Homeland Security is allegedly planning to… Continue Reading

iPhone 8 OLED version may be delivered later than expected

By - May 9, 2017 11:32pm AST
Apple is expected to launch a totally revamped high-end iPhone 8 with features like a slimmer, taller profile, an OLED display, 3D camera, and much more, but new reports are… Continue Reading

9 terrible tech inventions that should have never happened

By - May 7, 2017 10:21pm AST
Not every tech invention is a good idea. While some still gather enough steam of gain some popularity, they’re better off taking a bullet to the head at the back… Continue Reading

Mass meme violence as WhatsApp goes down globally [Updated]

By - May 3, 2017 6:13pm AST
Update: And it’s back, kinda. Original Story Below Put on that sun tan lotion because it’s time to actually get out of the house for a change. Reuters news agency… Continue Reading

We’re 2 years away from napping in self-driving cars, says Elon Musk

By - May 1, 2017 8:34pm AST
Elon Musk wants to transform the Los Angeles traffic network by developing a series of tunnels that can be used to drastically alleviate the traffic congestion around the city. Being… Continue Reading

Apple fans referenced as ‘Sheeple’ in Merriam-Webster dictionary example

By - Apr 30, 2017 6:29pm AST
It’s official, folks, ‘Sheeple‘ is now a word in the Merriam-Webster dictionary. You may be thinking that it’s odd to add words like these as they sound way too informal,… Continue Reading

This is what the iPhone 8 may look like

By - Apr 25, 2017 9:24pm AST
With the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ being recently launched, fans are now looking forward to what Apple has to offer. Given that their next model will be its 10th… Continue Reading

How to remap Samsung Galaxy S8 Bixby button to launch any app

By - Apr 24, 2017 9:34pm AST
Many Galaxy S8 and S8+ fans aren’t too happy that Samsung launched an incomplete version of Bixby with no option of swapping assistants to something like Google Assistant or Google… Continue Reading

Now you may be able to copy any voice in a matter of minutes

By - Apr 24, 2017 7:30pm AST
Named after the Australian mimicking song bird, is working on software that can allegedly recreate someone’s voice based on a few minutes of recorded data. The company’s aim is… Continue Reading

Here’s how Rhett and Link fooled the internet into thinking a nacho spa treatment was real

By - Apr 21, 2017 10:40pm AST
I’ll admit, this story started off way differently before I did some actual research into the so-called nacho spa treatment. Fake news is a huge problem on social media websites… Continue Reading

FCC blocks proposal to allow cellphone calls on airplanes

By - Apr 10, 2017 6:54pm AST
Federal Communications Commission Chairman, Ajit Pai, has blocked the 2013 proposal to allow cellphone calling on airplanes during flight. Pai may not be in everyone’s good books because of his… Continue Reading

iPhone 8 release may be pushed back to late October or November

By - Apr 10, 2017 1:20am AST
The decision to shift more component production to China may not be working out too well for Apple as rumors are circulating that the iPhone 8 launch date may have… Continue Reading

Pro Tip: Don’t include “ISIS Beer Funds!!!” in your Venmo memo

By - Apr 9, 2017 10:15pm AST
If you’re sending funds to your friends via an app like PayPal or Venmo, it’s never a good idea to include terrorist related content in the description, as Ben Gaurino… Continue Reading

Samsung to launch double wide 32:9 monitor later this year

By - Apr 6, 2017 9:19pm AST
Gamers have something to look forward to later this year as Samsung has announced that it will be launching an ultra-wide 32:9 monitor later this year. Dubbed the ‘double full… Continue Reading

Facebook’s Stories is a total failure, so they’re ‘ghosting’ your friends to increase usage

By - Apr 5, 2017 10:49pm AST
I’ve never been a fan of having too many Facebook friends. Currently I have just 233 contacts, which is pale compared to those who have thousands. Since Facebook launched its… Continue Reading

Invader Zim TV movie announced

By - Apr 5, 2017 9:45pm AST
Invader Zim fans, your time has come! Nickelodeon has announced that a 90-minute Invader Zim TV movie is in the works. The show is being developed by the show’s original… Continue Reading

11 tech memories today’s kids just won’t relate to

By - Mar 13, 2017 12:25am AST
The late 90s and early 2000s feel like just the other day. At least that’s how I think about it. It was a time when it took 10 minutes to… Continue Reading

Watch WestJet make a rather low approach into St. Maarten’s Princess Juliana airport

By - Mar 11, 2017 6:11pm AST
If you’re an aviation enthusiast, you may have heard about WestJet’s rather low approach into St. Maarten earlier this week. On March 7th, WestJet operated flight 2652 from Toronto-Pearson, in… Continue Reading

The Pixel 2 may not have a headphone jack

By - Mar 8, 2017 10:20pm AST
One of the most touted features of the Google Pixel and Pixel XL was the inclusion of a traditional 3.5mm headphone jack, but new rumors suggest that the Pixel 2… Continue Reading

This is what the Samsung Galaxy S8 looks like

By - Mar 6, 2017 9:17pm AST
If it’s one thing phone manufacturers can’t do well anymore is keep a secret. With so many beta builds and pre-market models being given out to testers, developers, and phone… Continue Reading

Facebook may soon introduce a Dislike button

By - Mar 5, 2017 11:42pm AST
Facebook is beta testing its reactions feature within its Messenger platform, but there’s an added twist. Just like post reactions, users can react to each other’s comments within Messenger threads… Continue Reading

Watch this fire-spitting drone clear debris from a power line

By - Mar 4, 2017 11:42pm AST
Once in a while, large chunks of debris end up power lines, posing a potential hazard for the electric company. Clearing this could sometimes be challenging especially when dealing with… Continue Reading
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