Pics show what the iPhone 7 will look like in blue and Space Black
We want the blue one! Wait, no, the black one! OK, we want both...
Samsung makes the best HDTVs and UHD TVs in the world, hands down. They feature killer picture quality that other companies inch closer to matching with each passing year, but no company out there has managed to match Samsung just yet. But Samsung is about much more than just TVs and smartphones — if you’re in the market for a new sound system, Amazon’s sale on the Samsung MX-JS5000/ZA 4 Channel 1,600 Watt Wired Audio Giga Sound System should definitely be on your radar. More →
Identity theft is one of the worst things that can happen to someone online, and getting rid of the problems that follow might become a never-ending quest. Considering that millions of consumers have had personal details stolen in the last few years, cyber criminals have a seemingly easy task at hand: gathering enough data about a person to start impersonating him or her for financial gain.
Now authorities are now investigating a new type of fraud based on stealing someone’s identity which is currently surging: stealing mobile accounts. More →
As you’d expect from the world’s largest seller of consumer electronics, Apple gets sued a lot. Some of those suits go places, others get dismissed out of hand the first time they get to court.
And then there’s Florida.
MacRumors has spotted a gem of a lawsuit filed by Thomas S. Ross, a Floridian who feels that Apple’s iPhone infringes on the sketches he made of an “Electronic Reading Device” in 1992.
Sajad Haribi is a 24 year old powerlifter based out of Iran that gives new meaning to the word ‘big.’ In fact, Haribi is so big that he’s being likened to a real life version of the Incredible Hulk, or as he likes to call himself, the Persian Hulk. And truth be told, Hairibi looks like he might even be able to man handle The Mountain from Game of Thrones.
Evernote used to be the best cheap, simple service for syncing notes and lists between multiple devices. Used to be, because starting today, the free version of Evernote only lets you sync notes between two devices.
Starting today, the free plan only allows you two sync between two devices. If you’re an existing power user with a long list of laptops and desktops, Evernote will give you “some time” to jump ship to OneNote.
Ladies and gentlemen, get ready to drool. Samsung’s flat-panel televisions have been the best in the business for as long as we can remember. Somehow, some way, the company’s 2016 models are even better than ever. They features sleek designs and tons of power, and of course that signature Samsung panel quality is the star of the show. Samsung’s top-rated 4K TVs can get quite pricey when you get up to the larger panel sizes, but there’s a deal on Amazon right now that will save you some cash. Check out the Samsung UN60KS8000 60-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV, which is on sale right now for $402 off MSRP. More →
The current Apple Watch may not have hit the market with the resounding bang that many of us expected, but it’s still far too soon to call Apple’s wearable a flop. After all, it’s worth noting that the Apple Watch during its first year of availability actually sold better than both the iPhone and the iPod.
Okay, so the container in the following video isn’t sitting in a perfectly straight position, but the liquid in it still shouldn’t be able to pour itself. However, that’s not your regular liquid inside that jar…
Chromebooks are big business these days! No, really: they’re outselling Macbooks, and with the recent addition of the Google Play Store, you can now run millions of Android apps on Chrome OS.
But as you can probably imagine, clicking your way through Snapchat with a keyboard and mouse is a little laborious. To solve all of your problems, HP is launching a $190 11-inch Chromebook with a touchscreen. But can a sub-$200 machine actually do anything useful?
Every year, the fastest and craziest cars in the world assemble at Pikes Peak, a three-mile hill climb in the Rocky Mountains. Among the cars on show this year was something unusual — a Tesla Model S, technically a “production” car, but completely stripped out and turned into a lean, mean, racing machine.
The car was driven by Blake Fuller, CEO of GO Puck, and set a record for the fastest production electric vehicle (although “production” was pretty loosely defined).
The sixth season of Game of Thrones just wrapped up, with the 60th overall episode of the series having been a glorious season finale — likely one of the best episodes in the entire series. Fans are eagerly waiting to see what’s going to happen next, but season 7 won’t debut until next year. And HBO showrunners confirmed what we already feared: There are just 15 episodes left in the series at most, meaning season 7 and season 8 will have less than 10 episodes each. More →
Over the past couple of weeks, the tech world has borne witness to a contentious and fiery debate surrounding Apple’s alleged plans to remove the traditional 3.5mm headphone jack from the upcoming iPhone 7.
Understandably, not everyone is on board with Apple’s rumored decision to kick a ubiquitous standard that has been around for decades to the curb. And while some in the tech community are taking a ‘wait and see’ approach, others have come out with guns ablazin’. Last week, for example, Nilay Patel of The Verge penned a widely circulated piece wherein he calls Apple’s abandonment of the headphone jack “user hostile and stupid.”
But here’s the thing: Apple isn’t stupid. Apple may be many things — arrogant, paranoid about product leaks, and selfish are just a few adjectives that come to mind — but stupid isn’t a word that really fits. As a result, I believe that there’s a strong chance the 3.5mm headphone jack that we’ve all come to know and love isn’t going to completely disappear once the iPhone 7 hits store shelves. Will one or more iPhone 7 models ship without a headphone jack? It’s entirely possible. But the idea that Apple, in one fell swoop, will completely abandon the 3.5mm headphone jack with a single iPhone release just doesn’t add up.
No no no no no no no. No.
Flying on commercial airplanes is already nerve-racking enough as it is, but you’re never going to want to set foot on an airplane again after seeing this video. The footage shows Singapore Airlines flight SQ368, which took off for Milan, Italy shortly after 2:00AM local time early Monday morning before turning around and landing back in Singapore. It’s a good thing the pilot did turn around, and you’re about to find out why. More →