iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Pro look hotter than ever in new leaked video
We really can't get our hands on the iPhone 7 soon enough...
It’s a tiny bit amusing that despite everything we know about Apple’s upcoming next-generation iPhone, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus/Pro, there are still some pretty basic things we don’t know.
We know just about exactly what the iPhone 7 is going to look like, and we also know what the larger iPhone 7 Plus will look like. We know the phones will lose the 3.5mm audio port and gain thinner housings with redesigned antenna lines that are much easier on the eyes. We also know that both phones will feature new and improved cameras, though the camera on the Plus model will be a much bigger upgrade than the one on the smaller iPhone 7.
But ironically, we still don’t know one of the most basic things about these two upcoming new phones: We have no idea what they’ll be called. More →
Pokemon Go has been responsible for car crashes, people wandering into minefields, and all sorts of spontaneous stampedes. But this might mark the first time the game has been responsible for an international incident. Pro Pokemon Go tip in case you’re playing this week: remember to take your passport if you’re going to be crossing a border
According to the National Post, a pair of Canadian teenagers accidentally strayed across the border into Montana while playing Pokemon Go over the weekend. The incident was resolved without too much drama, but this is a surefire sign that President Trump needs to build that Northern Wall lickety-split.
Your home Wi-Fi router has served you well over the years, but a lot of progress has been made since you purchased it. More modern routers take the same internet signal you have now but they broadcast it much further at faster speeds. If you’re in the market for an upgrade, today is your lucky day because we’ve come across a fantastic sale you need to check out. From now through Wednesday, July 27th, Amazon is selling the Hawking HAWNR3 Hi-Gain Wireless-300N Router with Range Amplifier for just $49.99. It’s six times faster than standard wireless G routers and broadcasts more than twice as far. So what are you waiting for? More →
Last week, WikiLeaks posted a series of emails from the Democratic National Committee, with all sorts of embarrassing details for the DNC, and a bunch of passport and social security numbers of supporters. Rumors have been flying around that the hack was the work of the Russian government, and now the FBI has given those rumors some credibility by announcing an investigation.
According to a statement the FBI issued to the Associated Press, the Bureau is “investigating a cyber intrusion involving the DNC,” since “a compromise of this nature is something we take very seriously.”
Do you know how many poorly-paid workers slaved in dangerous conditions to build these iPhones? Well, it doesn’t matter. Because now they’re going to burn in the name of YouTube views. And you’re going to watch it, you depraved Western consumer.
Ok, so there is actually 1/10th of an amount of reasoning behind this video. It tests which iPhone is the most fireproof, which would be useful if you frequently play Pokemon Go in burning buildings.
In a somewhat bizarre turn of events, Tesla and the owner of a Model X involved in a crash a few weeks ago have been involved in a war of words as of late. Last week, a man known as Mr. Pang wrote an open letter to Tesla wherein he blamed the company’s Autopilot software for causing his Model X to spontaneously swerve into a guard rail and ultimately cause him to get into a serious accident.
Immediately following the accident, Tesla issued a statement indicating that Autopilot was not used appropriately at the time of the crash. Mr. Pang, however, effectively said that Tesla was lying and that the company never even tried to contact him in the aftermath of the crash. What’s more, Pang went so far as to categorize Tesla’s Autopilot software as a beta product that should have never been released in the first place. Taking things a bit further, Pang also added that Tesla drivers are unwitting “lab rats” being taken advantage of for Tesla’s own benefit.
Living in New York, it’s not very often that I pine for the cold embrace of winter. But after learning that Game of Thrones would be starting later than usual next year, I can’t help but shake my fist at the sun every time I leave my apartment.
We’re going to have to wait almost a full year before we get to return to Westeros for the start of Game of Thrones season 7, but at least in the interim HBO is doing its best to keep us entertained.
For ex-Googler Lior Ron, long-haul big rigs might seem like an unlikely next step in a career that’s so far included stints as an Israeli Army CTO and serving as a product lead for Google Maps.
His latest professional turn involves helping fit some of the 4.3 million trucks on U.S. roadways with the technology kits his new startup Otto is developing that can turn those hulking rigs into completely autonomous trucks. Because while commercial trucks may be something of an unsexy progression coming from software engineering at a place like Google, they nevertheless represent a potent technology challenge for the team at Otto, a young startup with abundant ambition that operates out of a space in San Francisco’s SoMa neighborhood. More →
Although San Diego Comic-Con is best known as a hot spot for movie reveals, television also plays a major role at the convention. This year was no exception, as both the Marvel and DC TV divisions are prepping for what might be their biggest year ever, Benedict Cumberbatch is getting everyone excited for the fourth season of Sherlock and two Walking Dead shows return.
Let’s forget about all the turmoil in the world for a moment to appreciate the never-ending stream of Netflix releases we’re treated to every month. Sure, the price may have gone up, but with high-quality original content and thousands of classic movies and shows, Netflix remains one of the best options for video streaming.
So what does the service have in store for August?
Finding Pokemon can be a tiresome job, and it requires plenty of walking to catch them all – one person already got all 142 Pokemon in the US, walking 95 miles in the process. But not all Pokemon Go players have the time to walk nearly 100 miles. Luckily for them, a “cheat” exists to skip all the walking. Developers have discovered ways to access data in Pokemon Go to recreate a map of Pokemon spawn locations that tell you what type of Pokemon are around you, and how long they’re going to be available for. Things evolved pretty quickly, and what started as a free project is turning into a business idea for a website, which claims it’s ready to offer more reliable information than competing services. More →
Can you really ever have enough SD cards? No. The answer is no. Whether you’re a dedicated photographer or an amateur who’s just starting out, one thing never changes: you take tons of pictures. Camera sensors have so many megapixels these days that memory cards fill up in no time, so we’ve got a terrific sale to tell you about today. This week only, until the end of the day on Saturday, Amazon is offering killer deals on two SD memory cards. There’s a 32GB option and a 128GB option, so we’ve got everyone covered with this sale. More →
Monday marks the start of yet another week packed full of paid iPhone and iPad apps that are on sale for free. Today we’ve got plenty of good ones for you to check out, includes some fun games, a great task manager that integrates seamlessly with Google, an app that’ll clean up your phone book, and plenty more. More →