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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

WhatsApp will NOT notify you when someone screenshots your conversation

By - Jan 26, 2017 11:58pm AST
It’s that time of year again when fake WhatsApp rumors make their way across the web. This time, fake news website ‘8shit’ posted a bogus story titled “From February 5… Continue Reading

Australia to make airport immigration lines a thing of the past

By - Jan 24, 2017 10:37pm AST
No one likes airport immigration lines. I repeat, no one! Sometimes they’re not bad, but when an influx of flights arrive around the same timeframe, lines can get extremely long… Continue Reading

3D TVs are officially dead as Sony and LG discontinue production this year

By - Jan 24, 2017 9:22pm AST
Guys, it’s official, 3D TVs are dead. Sony and LG, the last two manufacturers that clung on to 3D TVs, have both announced their plans to discontinue production after poor… Continue Reading

Samsung officially addresses cause of Galaxy Note 7 incidents

By - Jan 23, 2017 12:33am AST
It’s officially official. Samsung has released its analysis and conclusion regarding the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco. A major press conference was held yesterday featuring independent researchers Sajeev Jesudas, President, Consumer… Continue Reading

Apple is a “boring operations company”, says former long time employee

By - Jan 19, 2017 9:56pm AST
Apple may be a money spinning cash cow, but with Steve Jobs no longer at the helm, former employees are slowly coming out with what’s really going on behind the… Continue Reading

Airbus to test flying car prototype by the end of this year

By - Jan 18, 2017 1:15am AST
Flying cars from The Fifth Element may soon be a thing as Airbus is pushing towards testing a flying car concept by the end of this year. When you hear… Continue Reading

Your iPhone may soon be built entirely by a robot

By - Jan 15, 2017 11:43pm AST
The robots are taking over! Foxconn Electronics in China has announced that it plans to automate its entire workforce in its efforts to increase output and decrease production costs. The… Continue Reading

Comcast ranks as America’s most hated company

By - Jan 15, 2017 9:49pm AST
Comcast just can’t seem to get it right as they once again bottom out across various customer satisfaction metrics. 24/7 Wall St. put together a list of the most hated… Continue Reading

Google announces Pixel and Pixel XL, available for pre-order today (with links)

By - Oct 4, 2016 12:41pm AST
It’s officially official. Google has announced its first solely branded Google phone, the Pixel and Pixel XL. At this point, there really isn’t much to know given the number of… Continue Reading

Google’s Pixel phone looks like an iPhone 5S

By - Oct 3, 2016 1:40am AST
It’s a horrible day for the folks at Google as multiple mobile online stores were premature in launching Google Pixel and Pixel XL product pages, well before the October 4th… Continue Reading

Someone actually drilled a hole in their iPhone 7, trying to open ‘hidden’ port

By - Sep 27, 2016 10:58pm AST
You may or may not have seen this video by now, but it’s basically a guy drilling a hole in an iPhone 7, claiming to reveal the hidden 3.5mm port… Continue Reading

5 Android apps to uninstall from your phone right now

By - Jun 15, 2016 12:07am AST
Some Android apps, while useful, can be quite destructive to your phone’s background process. For instance, Facebook (while being a top app in the Play Store) is extremely resource intensive,… Continue Reading

SpaceX aces yet another drone ship landing

By - May 28, 2016 3:39am AST
The folks at SpaceX have done it yet again, landing a Falcon 9 rocket booster without incident on a barge positioned out in the Atlantic sea. This comes after the… Continue Reading

Scientists aiming to bring the dead back to life

By - May 16, 2016 12:40am AST
Scientists have won approval to experiment on brain dead patients in hopes of bringing them back to life. Sounds like something out of a fictional movie, right? According to BioQuark… Continue Reading

Saying goodbye to Iridium flares?

By - Apr 4, 2016 11:57pm AST
Back in 1997, Iridium Communications launched a network of 66 communication satellites into low earth orbit (LEO) over a 6 year period, creating the Iridium satellite constellation. Currently there are… Continue Reading