The iPhone 7 might actually be in trouble
Apple's iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus may or may not be "boring" like rumors suggest, but there's another reason Apple's new phones could be in trouble...
Many people criticize Apple’s voice-based assistant since Siri tends to run into problems on the iPhone and other devices. Some even worry that Apple might have a tough time combating Google’s artificial intelligence, and even potentially face a fate similar to BlackBerry in the event that its AI can’t compete. But it turns out that Apple is working on an advanced AI product of its own, which could be unveiled in the very near future. More →
There are dozens of great home security systems out there these days but they can often cost you an arm and a leg. What if you just want something simple that’s easy to install and can stream live HD video to your iPhone or Android phone? Check out the HD Wireless WiFi IP Camera Home Security Surveillance Camera, which is currently on sale for just $50 shipped. More →
In a somewhat bizarre story which proves that truth is often stranger than fiction, a serial mugger in England was arrested after one of his victims spotted him under Facebook’s “People you may know” section.
Originally reported by the BBC, 21-year old Omar Famuyide had a long history of theft, muggings and armed robberies to his name. Not too long ago, Famuyide brandished a knife and stole a car. Flash forward a bit, and the victim of said car robbery was recently shocked to see Famuyide’s face pop up as a suggested friend he might want to add on Facebook.
Everyone loves Netflix. It’s the perfect way to waste time or catch up on your favorite television shows and movies. With thousands of options to choose from, it’s a one stop shop for all of your streaming needs. More →
With a rumored 3 million+ units sold, the Amazon Echo has been something of a sleeper hit for the online retail giant. In fact, the surprising success of the Echo has created a whirlwind of competition in the smart-home space: Google recently unveiled Google Home and now there are rumors that Apple is planning to release its own stand-alone Echo competitor.
In an effort to show users what using Echo is like, developer and Echo-enthusiast Sam Machin recently launched a new website at Echosim.io that allows users to take Amazon’s AI software for a test drive. Originally spotted by TechCrunch, interested users must first login with an Amazon account and, following that, they can see what all the fuss about Alexa is about.
Over the past few decades, the military has made great strides towards improving its stealth technology. Today, the U.S. Air Force can make use of stealth fighter jets and stealth bombers while the U.S. Navy can just as easily deploy stealth submarines and even stealth ships.
But what if a particular mission calls for something a bit smaller and just a tad more mobile? Meet the stealth motorcycle.
Microsoft wants you to upgrade to Windows 10. Like, a lot. So much so that if you leave your PC to its own devices for too long, you might come back and find that Cortana has settled in and made itself at home.
If you want to hang on your Windows 7 or 8 install without having to live in fear of an unexpected update (like this unfortunate TV weather crew), or if you want to prevent Windows 10 from spying on practically everything you do, we’ve put together the definitive guide.
Desktop computers have never been more affordable than they are right now. You can get a surprisingly capable machine for cheaper than ever before, and prices will likely continue to fall in the coming months and years. But if you need a truly powerful PC for gaming or hardcore computing, the price will never be the first concern. You need lightning-fast processors, tons of RAM and storage, and top-of-the-line graphics cards that can feed multiple displays.
Lucky for you, Amazon has a killer sale going right now on two different cutting-edge PCs with more power than most people would know what to do with. More →
It’s the end of May, which means that X-Men: Apocalypse is finally hitting theaters all over the world; following its international launch, the new X-Men movie is now finally playing in the US. If you’re going to ignore all the critics who slammed it and see the most terrifying X-Men villain yet, you should expect a bombardment of new trailers, including a few exciting new ones. More →
There are so many cameras on the market, it’s hard to know which one is the best buy. Most cameras take 2D images by capturing the position of light rays. The Lytro Illum Camera captures the entire light field. The camera records the direction of rays, creating images that you can later alter by refocusing, changing perspective or viewing in 3D. More →
Look, I get it. Bad Wi-Fi is one of life’s worst tortures, up there with rush-hour traffic and Comcast customer service. But surely there’s a solution that’s a little more sane than this $400 Linksys router that looks like it wants to rip my head off?
Facebook will be getting social with astronauts next week.
The company’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, will be chatting live with astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) on Wednesday, and viewers will be able to both watch and submit questions for him to ask, NASA announced Friday.
Interested parties on Earth can tune into NASA’s Facebook page for the 20-minute video call, which will begin at 12:55 p.m. EDT on June 2. Zuckerberg will be speaking with two NASA astronauts on the ISS, Jeff Williams and Tim Kopra, as well as Tim Peake of the European Space Agency. More →
As has become the norm for his talk show appearances, it was a relatively mellow affair, with Trump avoiding any of the colorful language or boisterous claims that draw crowds to his rallies all across the country, but there was one moment in particular that stood out like a sore thumb among the rest of the banter.