New free iPhone app will change the way you use email - watch the video if you don't believe us
Most apps fail to deliver on their promises of changing the game. This app, however, really will change the way you use email...
I’m not sure we’ve gone a week without a new story about Windows 10 invading our privacy, and this week is no exception. Earlier this week, The Independent noticed that Windows 10 will automatically send parents detailed logs of their childrens’ Internet activity by default if they open up a family account on the computer.
There’s no warning for either the children or the parents that this is happening, which raises some very serious questions about Microsoft’s right to decide what information parents have access to. More →
LG’s newly unveiled Rolly Keyboard is one of the most impressive new smartphone accessories I’ve seen all year. Although it has the look of a Kickstarter project, the Rolly is a foldable, or rollable, full laptop keyboard that can connect to up to two devices at the same time via Bluetooth to increase your productivity while on the go. More →
Move over Humvee, there’s a new vehicle in town that combines the ballistic protection of a light tank with the off-road mobility of a Baja racer.
Oshkosh Defense’s JLTV will be joining the U.S. Army and Marines in the battle space. More →
Google Chrome is not just a web browser, it is also a very simple and intuitive operating system. Since Google launched the operating system a few years back, Chrome desktops and laptop computers have been hitting the market. The latter of the two have become quite popular and just like that, it’s time to check out the top five best-selling Chromebooks on Amazon! More →
Often referred to in reports as the “iPhone 6c,” Apple’s rumored 4-inch new iPhone has been featured in many leaks lately. A new report now suggests that the handset will be so similar to the 2013 iPhone 5c that existing cases for the previous-generation iPhone will match the upcoming new model. More →
Man, kids today don’t know how good they have it. Video games are insane, drones are available from Toys”R”Us, and birthday cakes.. well, birthday cakes not only look like Optimus Prime, they transform like Optimus Prime as well.
Behold, a transforming birthday cake a loving father made for his son’s 6th birthday party. More →
Instead of spending time trying to figure out what you need to know in order to become a project manager, why not let us do the work for you? Yeah, we thought that sounded like a good idea. That’s why we’ve together a bundle of six project management certification courses for $79—a savings of 97%—at the BGR Store. More →
Tesla’s all-wheel-drive Model S P85D might just be the best car on the planet, at least according to Consumer Reports. In fact, Tesla’s top of the line Model S performed so well during testing that it quite literally broke Consumer Reports’ testing scale, initially scoring 103 on a 100 point scale. Subsequently, the publication was forced to implement a few changes to its scoring scale just to account for the Model S.
There is no flagship model of the Galaxy Tab S2.
That’s what a Samsung representative told us yesterday after unveiling one of the lightest tablets I’ve ever held in my hands. Both the 8-inch and 9.7-inch models of the Tab S2 are equally important to Samsung, and at first glance, you can see why: they’re sleek, they’re thin and they’re vibrant. More →
Apple on Thursday set September 9th as the official date for its fall 2015 iPhone launch. While Apple’s newest smartphone will be the highlight of its event, we’re expecting to see a lot more from the pride of Cupertino this year than just another phone. Below we’ll go over the biggest things we’re likely to see at Apple’s event on September 9th. More →
A rather scary piece of iPhone malware would let an attacker spy on a target using an approved App Store app without the person’s knowledge. In fact, the malware app could continue to gather data for the hackers — or for a spy agency — even after the infected app is closed by the user. Apple apparently fixed this huge vulnerability beginning with iOS 8.4.1, but earlier iOS builds are still affected. More →