Apparently, Google is preparing to launch a proprietary service of their own like Craigslist, which allows users to list and sell used goods. The service is purportedly called Google Mine, and much of the information was gathered from a leak. …Read More »
There’s no other way to describe this. This man, who is one of the air-freight handlers at the Guangzhou airport in China, is the worst cargo handler of all time. Because of his incompetence and laziness, he simultaneously made his …Read More »
Just ahead of its June 27th launch, Nvidia has cut the price of their upcoming Shield gaming tablet by $50. Down from $349, the Shield will now cost just $299.
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The Steve Jobs biopic starring Ashton Kutcher as the late former Apple CEO finally has its own trailer. The movie premiered earlier this year at the Sundance Film Festival, where Apple co-founder Wozniak said the script was crap.
Judging from …Read More »
The New York Times is reporting that in 2008, Skype launched a top secret program called “Project Chess.” It’s goal? To make Skype users’ calls “more readily available to intelligence agencies and law enforcement officials.”
Just to emphasize how confidential …Read More »
Samsung’s new ATIV Q hybrid tablet runs both Android and Windows 8 with a 3200 x 1800 resolution screen
Samsung recently announced a slew of new products and one of the more radical ones is the ATIV Q. With the advent of Windows 8, the tablet/laptop hybrid form factor is nothing new these days. But what about one that …Read More »
By the end of 2014, customers in the UK will have filters for pornographic content as the default setting from their ISPs. In other words, all internet users in the United Kingdom will have porn blocked, and all customers who …Read More »
Early last month, Adobe announced that it would discontinue its traditional versions of Creative Suite and instead focus on Creative Cloud — where the latest versions of industry standard programs like Photoshop will be made available. Now, one day after …Read More »
Microsoft completely reverses Xbox One policies, removes used games restrictions and will no longer require online checks every 24 hours
After Microsoft’s E3 press conference, the Xbox One got a lot of new nicknames: The Xbone, Xbox 359, or even the Xbox One-and-done. Now we can add a new nickname: the Xbox 180.
Microsoft executive Don Mattrick has announced on …Read More »
The current version of Blackberry 10 can run Android apps, but only those compatible with Android 2.3 Gingerbread or earlier versions. It’s safe to say those apps are fairly outdated by now. Lots of updated features have been implemented in …Read More »
Huawei Ascend P6 is the “world’s slimmest” smartphone, has 5 megapixel front camera for “high quality self-portraits”
Lots of manufacturers these days are looking to take that crown for the largest handset on the market. What is that saying…? Oh, yes, go big or go home. That’s it.
Huawei, on the other hand, is focusing on developing …Read More »
US officials say PRISM surveillance program helped prevent terrorist plots in more than 20 countries
US intelligence officials sent Congress a document over the weekend in regards to recently discovered PRISM mass surveillance program. The Senate Intelligence Committee made the document public in an attempt to explain the massive government data collection program which was …Read More »
US National Security Agency can collect location data from cell phones but “chooses not to” collect it
Prepare for a massive heap of stories about the US National Security Agency (NSA) and the controversial leak of information pertaining to its questionable data collection operations. We’re certainly going to hear about it for quite some time. Whether you …Read More »
If there’s one thing that Microsoft is doing with Windows RT, its the advertising. Just like its previous ad for Windows Tablets, this latest commercial that features the Dell XPS 10 Tablet uses Apple’s Siri to highlight the different things …Read More »
See that image up top? Bad things happen when you do that to your phone. But Samsung knows that for everyone who keeps their phone in mint condition, there a bunch more that will probably drop theirs down the stairs …Read More »
Apple’s new Mac Pro looks like a garbage can that is sold in Japan, becomes Amazon’s bestselling garbage can
When Apple announced its brand new redesigned Mac Pro, they made a pretty big deal out of its design. And understandably so, since it’s most likely unlike any other computer we’ve seen. But there are a few problems with its …Read More »
US government has “tapped directly into international fiber optic internet cables”, does not have direct access to tech company servers
When details on the NSA’s secret surveillance program called PRISM first emerged, much of the fear stemmed from the idea that the government had “direct access” to the servers of major tech companies like Google, Microsoft, Facebook and Apple. Many …Read More »
Facebook and Microsoft reveal NSA data request numbers in transparency reports, Google and Twitter refuse due to restrictions
More than two weeks after the NSA’s secret surveillance program, PRISM, was leaked to the world, the companies involved are understandably still taking some heat from its users. Facebook and Microsoft, however, have worked out a deal with the US …Read More »
Google’s Project Loon aims to cover the world in a network of balloons to give everyone internet access
Google’s X labs are responsible for the more “out-there” ideas we’ve seen from the company like Google Glass and the self-driving cars. They’ve even considered researching on making teleportation a thing. Now, they’ve unveiled Project Loon — and it sounds …Read More »
Feedly isn’t wasting any time. With a couple of weeks to spare before Google shuts down its beloved Reader service, Feedly has announced that it’s in the process of finalizing the migration of its users from the Google Reader backend …Read More »
Let’s be honest here. Smartphone cameras are convenient, but a lot of them just plain suck in low-light conditions. Sometimes the resulting images can come out grainy, and other times they end up being much too dark. Photo editing software …Read More »
Assassin’s Creed IV is the next title in the acclaimed series. Assassin’s Creed III saw the end of Desmond’s story, so originally it was not clear whether or not the next game will include future elements. As the name implies, …Read More »
Yep, they’re finally making a game based on the series of films with the same name. It’s being developed by the same company that made Just Cause 2, Avalanche Studios.
System: Xbox 360, PS3, Xbox One, PS4, PC
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Watch Dogs will be an open world survival game meshed with action and espionage elements. It was first unveiled during Ubisoft’s E3 press conference last year.
System: PS3, Xbox 360, Wii-U, PS4, Xbox One
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The world is filled with zany technology. As global technology advances, so does the way we interact with it, naturally. Despite advances, there are still a few limitations that we just can’t seem to overcome. Energy consumption, for example, is …Read More »
Originally titled Dragon Age III: Inquisition, it appears the III has dropped from the title altogether. It will be the third iteration in the series, introducing a lot of more traditional RPG mechanics like armor and character customization (followers).
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Kingdom Hearts III is the next significant installment in the famed Disney RPG series from Square Enix. Ever since the second game, there have been a lot of minor releases like Birth By Sleep, and Chain of Memories. While some …Read More »
Destiny is the latest game from superstar developer Bungie of Halo fame. If you don’t know what the Halo series is by now, then it’s safe to say you’re a little behind the times. Rumored to be something like a …Read More »
Quantum Break is Remedy’s latest title, the company well known for the Max Payne and Alan Wake series. The developers claim it will offer a new form of entertainment as the title will ship with both a video game, …Read More »
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will be the final episode in the acclaimed Witcher series. If you don’t know much about the other two games, it follows Geralt of Rivia a monster hunter with magical abilities aptly named a witcher…Read More »
Crimson Dragon is an on-the-rails shooter, which also happens to be the spiritual successor to Panzer Dragoon. Essentially, you fly a dragon around various environments fighting off baddies.
System: Xbox One
If you remember what Starfox 64 was like, then …Read More »
Ryse: Son of Rome looks to be an action packed hack and slash title following Roman soldiers through the many atrocities of war. The name is pretty much a clear cut indication of what the game is about, although I’m …Read More »
Killer Instinct is a reboot of the classic fighting series of the same name. Years in the making, Killer Instinct will see a return to the series’ zany characters and brutal fighting styles.
System: Xbox One
Microsoft and developer Double …Read More »