News | Samsung kept quiet about a new replacement Galaxy Note7 exploding

 It is not even surprising anymore that the Galaxy Note7 fiasco has been a nightmare for Samsung. After issuing a voluntary recall over the past month regarding the new flagship handset, the Korean tech giant sent out replacement units to those who were affected. However, it seems that the new devices are just as unsafe. It was reported just a few days ago that a … Continue reading News | Samsung kept quiet about a new replacement Galaxy Note7 exploding

News | Chrome Bug Allows Downloading Videos From Netflix, Amazon Prime

Hollywood has been in a constant battle with pirates for a considerable length of time, and while it normally spends its time worrying about leaked Blu-ray discs and screeners, there has always been the concern that they would be able to take streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime and save video files wholesale with minimal effort. That has generally not been too huge of … Continue reading News | Chrome Bug Allows Downloading Videos From Netflix, Amazon Prime

Tips | Make your home Wi-Fi faster and more reliable with these simple tune-up tips

I hear complaints constantly about Wi-Fi: It’s too slow, it never works in the living room, streaming videos stutter on the upstairs TV. Fortunately, there are a lot of things you can try to tune up your network! First up, I’ll be honest: If I can run an Ethernet cable to something that needs an Internet connection, especially stuff that runs HD video, like an Apple TV, Roku, or HDTV, I run … Continue reading Tips | Make your home Wi-Fi faster and more reliable with these simple tune-up tips

Review | Chuwi Hibook: a tablet that can kind of double as an ultrabook

When you walk into your local consumer electronics store, chances are, you won’t find brands like Voyo, Onda, Teclast or Chuwi. Simply put, these lesser-known brands don’t quite have the leverage to coax purchases in the United States, despite offering products at great prices. But, in Asia and online, these aforementioned brands are prominent, usually offering the best bang for buck, over competitors like Samsung, … Continue reading Review | Chuwi Hibook: a tablet that can kind of double as an ultrabook

News | Bloomberg: Samsung to launch two fully bendable phones in early-2017

Samsung could release a pair of smartphones early next year capable of bending and folding in half “like a cosmetic compact,” without damage, and one of them should be a five-inch model that could be opened to an eight-inch tablet size, Bloomberg reported this morning, citing unnamed people familiar with the project. Project Valley Code-named “Project Valley,” the new phones won’t be marketed under the Galaxy S moniker … Continue reading News | Bloomberg: Samsung to launch two fully bendable phones in early-2017

Hot Tips | How to protect your social accounts from being hacked

In the last week or so, several high-profile social networking accounts have been hijacked byhackers, including those belonging to Katy Perry, Mark Zuckerberg and Keith Richards. And even though control of all these accounts was quickly restored back to their owners, it was still a very embarrassing experience for the celebs: Katy Perry’s 89 million followers had to endure a tirade of racists words and insults, … Continue reading Hot Tips | How to protect your social accounts from being hacked

News | Digital Storm mounts a GeForce GTX 1080 on the back of a 34-inch curved display

The hottest new graphics card on the market is the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080. It blows every other graphics card out of the water without carrying a ridiculous price or power requirements. So what did performance PC manufacturer Digital Storm decide to do? They attached one to the back of a 34-inch curved display, because who needs a desktop case to worry about, right? The all-in-one … Continue reading News | Digital Storm mounts a GeForce GTX 1080 on the back of a 34-inch curved display

Gadgets | The coffee brewer controlled by your smartphone that automatically orders beans for you

The coffee brewer of the future may be controlled by your smartphone, and it will automatically tell local coffee shops when you are running low on beans. That’s the idea behind the Spinn Coffee Brewer, a WiFi-connected device that can make a cup of coffee, espresso, or Americano with minimal effort from a user, except for pouring in whole coffee beans and water. Think of it like a Keurig, … Continue reading Gadgets | The coffee brewer controlled by your smartphone that automatically orders beans for you

News | Microsoft’s 6000mAh Portable Power charger

Just over a year ago, Microsoft unveiled the Portable Power, its first self-branded smartphone accessory following its acquisition of Nokia’s devices and services business. The mobile charger went on sale in December priced at $49, but it’s now available with almost half off its suggested retail price. The Portable Power DC-21 contains a 6000mAh battery, enough to charge most handsets – including modern flagships like … Continue reading News | Microsoft’s 6000mAh Portable Power charger

Products | Nomad Wallet For iPhone Features Built-In Battery, Lightning Cable For Charging On The Go

Nomad has just announced another extremely useful accessory that has been built purely with Apple’s iPhone in mind. The company’s new ‘Wallet for iPhone’ has the appearance of an everyday, premium looking wallet that should hold cards, cash, and other miscellaneous items that one chooses to carry within the foldable accessory. However, it has been designed and created with a little more than holding credit and debit … Continue reading Products | Nomad Wallet For iPhone Features Built-In Battery, Lightning Cable For Charging On The Go