Section : General

  • Super Marion Run

    Super Mario Run To Usurp Pokemon GO’s Popularity?

    Pokemon GO is a pretty big thing to overcome in terms of popularity where mobile games are concerned, but analysts think that Nintendo’s Super Mario Run ought to be able to outdo Niantic Labs’ title.
  • Nintendo Switch

    Nintendo Switch Update: Latest Rumors, GameCube Virtual Console Support

    Nintendo is yet to reveal further details about its upcoming Switch at on online event in January. Avid gamers still have to wait until March to really get a hold of the new console. For now, there are a number of rumors that have been circling online. The recent one is a report that claimed the Nintendo Switch will be adding a support of GameCube games in its Virtual Console.
  • Google Daydream View VR Headset

    Enjoy New York's Christmas Window Displays Without Actually Going To Fifth Avenue

    Google is taking virtual reality one step ahead this Christmas season. You can now enjoy New York's Christmas window displays even without actually going to Fifth Avenue. You don't need to travel a long way and spend much on air fare. Stay in the comfort of your home and let the Google Cardboard or Google Daydream View tour you to the tech company's Window Wonderland.
  • Google Search Engine

    Google Has Answers To Emoji Tweets, No Words Needed

    People usually use emoji to express things without having to use words. They still understand it, anyway. However, Google would not recognize it. In fact, before emoji search were enabled back in May, people got "no results found". But just recently, the tech company is extending its emoji search capability to Twitter.
  • iPhone 6S

    Apple iPhone 6S Still Plagued With Battery Problem, to Receive an iOS Update

    Apple does not seem to overcome the iPhone 6S unexpected battery shutdown. Though the tech company has already launched a battery replacement program for affected users, the initial “small number” of iPhone 6S owners now turned out to be more than they thought. Apple has written a new message on their Chinese website and made an update of the situation that includes an “additional diagnostic capability” in the upcoming iOS 10.2.
  • Honda NeuV concept

    Honda NeuV Concept Certainly Deserves Its Tag

    A conceptual car or vehicle might not make its way to the mass market, but it definitely allows one to be imaginative and playful, which is what the Honda NeuV concept is all about.
  • 'Romeo and Juliet' iPhone 7 Plus ad

    iPhone 7 Plus Camera Lauded For Apple's 'Romeo And Juliet' Ad

    Apple’s iPhone cameras had always been at the top of the list when it comes to image quality among smartphones, although the gap is narrowing now with competitors like the Google Pixel. Still, Apple proudly presents the capabilities of their iPhone 7 Plus camera in a Romeo and Juliet ad.
  • CD versions of Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2.

    Command and Conquer: Red Alert 2 for VR Headsets

    After speculations on Command & Conquer's comeback since it was scrapped out in the market in 2013, rumors are in for Command and Conquer: Red Alert 2 being released for Virtual Reality (VR) headsets.
  • Surface Pro

    Microsoft Surface Pro 5 To Get Major Storage and Battery Upgrade

    Despite the popularity of the 2-in-1 Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Microsoft decided to not launch a follow-up device this year. Though it has launched a Surface Studio. The upcoming Surface Book 2 is supposed to compete against Apple's new MacBook Pro. But the Surface Pro 5 will likely be a better comparison. The tech company is set to release the new Surface Pro next year with a major storage and battery upgrade.
  • Nexus 5 that runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow

    Adoption of Android Nougat 7.0 Update Falls Behind Apple's iOS 10

    Google first released its latest mobile OS Android 7.0 Nougat back in September. Based on the new statistics shared by the tech company, the adoption of the said Android version is still slow compared to its rival Apple's iOS 10. More Android users are yet to upgrade and use Nougat.
  • Amazon logo

    Amazon Captured 31% of Online Spending Over Cyber Weekend

    Amazon still reigned supreme over the Cyber Weekend among other retailers. Based on a data collected by research firm Slice Intelligence, the online shopping giant captured 31 percent of online spending. More people chose to shop in Amazon from Thanksgiving through Cyber Monday than in Best Buy, Target, Wal-Mart and Apple.
  • Upper City - Bergamo - Piazza Vecchia - Biblioteca Civica Angelo Mai - European Union flag

    EU Warns Social Media Platforms To Act Effectively Against Hate Speech

    The European Union has very strict laws on hate speech. They have also been very involved on the social media platforms' role in addressing this issue. Now, EU's commission has issued a warning to Facebook, Twitter, Google, YouTube and Microsoft for failing to act quickly and effectively against hate speech online.
  • iPhone user

    iPhone Users Are More Likely Female And Extroverted Than Android Users, A Study Reveals

    A recent study revealed some personality differences between iPhone and Android users. Researchers from University of Lincoln, Lancaster University and the University of Hertfordshire in the United Kingdom have asked 500 participants about themselves and their attitude towards their smartphones. The data also showed that iPhone users are more likely to be female compared to their Android user counterpart.
  • Apple logo

    Apple Confirmed Interest In Self-Driving Technology After More Than A Year Of Speculations

    Apple has been tight-lipped on whether it is actually working on self-driving technology or not. This is amidst speculations and reports that the tech giant is venturing into the automotive industry. Just recently, in a move to appeal to safety regulators, Apple has sent a letter to the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The content of the letter seemed to confirm the interest of the company in the further development of self-driving technology.
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