iPhone XS Max VS Galaxy Note 9 In Battery Test

Battery life on Apple’s iPhones have never really been known to be particularly good. While they’re far from terrible, Apple’s iPhones aren’t known to have long-lasting battery life, and if you were hoping the iPhone Xs Max would prove the exception, it doesn’t really seem that way, especially in the video above.


Alleged Render Of The 2018 iPad Pro Leaked

For those shopping for a new iPad, it seems that maybe holding off for a few weeks might be a good idea. This is because according to the rumors, Apple is expected to launch a brand new iPad Pro in the coming weeks, and now thanks to a leaked render shared on Twitter by Ben Geskin (who has accurately leaked renders in the past), we have an idea of what […]


Netflix Kills Off Iron Fist After Two Seasons

When Netflix first announced Iron Fist, it was criticized for its choice of casting and the first season did little to appease the critics as many seemed to dislike the show. This is versus the other Marvel series launched on Netflix which had received pretty favorable reviews. However to Netflix and Marvel’s credit, Iron Fist’s second season was a huge improvement.


Grado Launches Its First Ever Wireless Headphones

Grado is a company known for their high-end headphones, and just like many of their audiophile customers, Grado has stayed away from launching wireless headphones with the belief that wireless won’t sound as good as wired. However it looks like the company has finally caved in as they have since launched their first pair of wireless headphones.


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2018 iPad Pros Expected To Maintain The Same Resolution

When it comes to display resolution, Apple hasn’t really hopped on board the whole QHD or 4K trend as far as mobile devices are concerned. This has led to criticism of the company’s products, and unfortunately if you were hoping that the 2018 iPad Pros would be getting a bump in resolution, you’ll be disappointed to learn that won’t be happening.


MRI Machine Accident Rendered Every iOS Device In Proximity Useless

Our phones and tablets are electronic devices which means that there are some instances where we need to be careful about how we handle them. In a post on Reddit by user harritaco, they share an interesting story of how during the installation of an MRI machine at their workplace, an accident occurred when resulted in nearby iOS devices being disabled.


Apple Watch Series 4’s Battery Good Enough For Sleep Tracking And All-Day Wear

Battery life for most smartwatches aren’t particularly long, and having to charge them every few days (versus traditional watches that almost never need to be charged) is a bit off-putting for some. However it seems that Apple has made some improvements with the Apple Watch Series 4 that could convince people to hop on board.


2018 iPad Pro Could Ditch The Headphone Jack

When Apple introduced the iPhone 7, they decided to get rid of the headphone jack. It was a controversial move but one that we’re seeing other handset makers slowly start to adopt. The removal was only for the iPhone, but now it looks like it could be extended to Apple’s iPads as well.


Amazon Bundles Echo Dot With Every Purchase Of An Xbox One

Last month Microsoft announced that Amazon’s Alexa digital assistant would be arriving for the Xbox One. Now it looks like both Microsoft and Amazon are further cementing their partnership as Amazon appears to now be bundling a free Echo Dot device with every purchase of the Xbox One console (including the Xbox One S and the Xbox One X).


YouTube Wants To Cut Down On ‘Duplicative Content’

We’re sure many of you guys have come across various content on YouTube which just seems to be compilations of other videos and content taken from other sources. Some of these videos have managed to rack up hundreds of thousands of views, and some are even monetized which seems a bit unfair to some creators who actually create their own content.


Apple Employee Spotted Walking Around With Apple Maps Sensors

Apple Maps did not get off to a very good start. This was despite all the hype that was leading up to its launch. Over the years Apple has done their best to try and improve on it, and to their credit the app has definitely come a long way from what it was at the start. Now thanks to photos shared by Dante Cesa on Twitter (via MacRumors), we’re […]


The FBI Is Now Investigating Facebook’s Security Breach

Towards the end of September, Facebook announced that they had experienced a security breach. The breach was said to have compromised about 50 million accounts and Facebook claims to have since addressed the issue. However in a post on its website, Facebook has shared additional details, including how the FBI has since gotten involved with the investigation.


Capcom Wants Annual Releases Of Its Core Franchises

Capcom has various titles that they are known for, such as Street Fighter, Resident Evil, and Monster Hunter, just to name a few. Now it seems that following the success of Monster Hunter World, Capcom wants to increase the frequency of its releases which seems like great news for fans.


How To Fix Error Loading Player: No playable Source found

‘Error loading player: No playable source found‘ – you usually end up encountering this issue if the browser you happen to use does not allow Flash to run or maybe you need to re-install Flash manually for the browsers you want to use. In this article, we will talk about 3 simple solutions that will help you resolve the issue.


Steam Won’t Open In Windows 10: How To Fix It

Some users had an issue where Steam will not open on Windows 10. This can be terribly frustrating, but do not worry, in this article, we have compiled a few solid solutions that will help you launch Steam on Windows 10 without any issues.


How to fix ‘JavaScript Void 0’ error on Windows 10

At some point in time, while using your browser to access a web page,  you might have encountered the error “JavScript Void 0”. You should note that Java and JavaScript aren’t the same. So, installing Java on your system will not help fix the problem.


Black Panther’s Writer & Director Expected To Return For Sequel

Following the massive success that Black Panther had at the box office, a sequel was pretty much confirmed. Now the good news is that if you enjoyed the first movie, then expect its sequel to maintain the same tone (and hopefully success) as its predecessor because a report from The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that Ryan Coogler will return for the sequel.


Samsung’s Foldable Phone Can Be Expanded Into A Tablet

For years we’ve been hearing about Samsung’s plan to launch a foldable smartphone, and last month Samsung pretty much confirmed that we might be able to learn more about the handset later this year. Now according to a report from CNET, additional details about the upcoming handset have been revealed.


TSMC Expected To Be Exclusive Manufacturer For Apple’s A13 Chip

For the past few iPhone and iPad generations, TSMC has been pretty much the exclusive manufacturer of Apple’s A-series chips. Before that TSMC and Samsung shared production orders, and even earlier than that Samsung held the exclusivity, although the lawsuit with Apple and also TSMC’s advancement in the manufacturing process eventually edged them out.


Command & Conquer Remaster Won’t Have Microtransactions

Yesterday in a post on Reddit, EA hinted that they are thinking of releasing Command & Conquer remasters to celebrate the franchise turning 25 years old. Now as a company, EA seems to really love their microtransactions and some were rightfully wondering if the remaster could feature microtransactions.


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