News | Major Wi-Fi Vulnerabilities Uncovered Put Millions of Devices at Risk, Including Macs and iPhones

Mathy Vanhoef, a postdoctoral researcher at Belgian university KU Leuven, has discovered and disclosed major vulnerabilities in the WPA2 protocol that secures all modern protected Wi-Fi networks. Vanhoef said an attacker within range of a victim can exploit these weaknesses using so-called KRACKs, or key reinstallation attacks, which can result in any data or information that the victim transmits being decrypted. Attackers can eavesdrop on … Continue reading News | Major Wi-Fi Vulnerabilities Uncovered Put Millions of Devices at Risk, Including Macs and iPhones

News | Every iPhone X Earns Samsung $110

Such is Apple’s reliance on Samsung for iPhone X components, the Korean company is going to make billions from its customer and main rival. Even though the iPhone X costs $1,000, it’s unlikely to be a flop. This is an iPhone after all, and one that’s meant to be the future of Apple’s smartphone. Slow iPhone 8 sales are being linked to people waiting for … Continue reading News | Every iPhone X Earns Samsung $110

News | First PS4 Cracked Games Appear Online For Download

When it comes to piracy, the world of game consoles is no stranger to the illegal downloading of intellectual property, but over the years, it has become less of a problem for those making games. With consoles now always connected to the internet and system as well as game updates continuously being released, those who seek to jailbreak consoles from the likes of Microsoft and … Continue reading News | First PS4 Cracked Games Appear Online For Download

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

Review | Digital Storm Aura, the killer all-in-one PC

All-in-one (AIO) desktop computers are a ubiquitous sighting in any computer superstore, actual or virtual. One of the most popular and iconic is Apple’s 5K-screened iMac $1,899.00 at Amazon, which always seems to occupy a spot at the top of our ratings charts. On the Windows-PC side, we’ve seen lots of models of late with slick designs, such as Lenovo’s Ideacentre AIO 700 $1,379.00 at … Continue reading Review | Digital Storm Aura, the killer all-in-one PC

Gamers | NES Classic Edition will offer new features that will bring new life to old titles

This November, Nintendo will release perhaps one of the most anticipated retro consoles of the holiday season, the NES Classic Edition. While we have heard about the price, included titles and other aspects of the console, light has been shed on some new features which could bring new life to classic NES titles. In a translated radio interview with Nintendo of Canada communications manager Julie … Continue reading Gamers | NES Classic Edition will offer new features that will bring new life to old titles

News | iPhone 7 and 7 Plus to Feature Pressure-Sensitive Home Button With Haptic Feedback

The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will feature a flush pressure-sensitive home button in place of the physical switch button found on previous iPhones, according to a Bloomberg report filed this morning. Citing people familiar with the matter, the news outlet said that the new models will have a pressure-sensitive button “similar to trackpads in the latest MacBook line” that will provide feedback to the … Continue reading News | iPhone 7 and 7 Plus to Feature Pressure-Sensitive Home Button With Haptic Feedback

Tips | How to protect your Apple charging cable with a simple spring

If I were to make a list of the most delicate man-made things on the planet, charging cables for MacBooks, iPhones and iPads would top my list. In my experience, they possess seemingly magical powers: They’re able to twist and splinter and break while kept —untouched — in the bag. After going through my share of expensive cables with self-destructing powers, I became extremely careful … Continue reading Tips | How to protect your Apple charging cable with a simple spring

News | Microsoft to end production of the Surface 3 by the end of the year

Microsoft stated that it will end production of the Surface 3 by the end of this year. In the meantime, you can still purchase the single model that’s still available, which offers 64GB of internal storage and Wi-Fi/LTE capabilities. The lack of stock was first spotted by Thurrott, which also received an official statement from a Microsoft spokesperson. Since launching Surface 3 over a year ago, … Continue reading News | Microsoft to end production of the Surface 3 by the end of the year

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