LG really can’t wait to launch the LG G5 already. The company confirmed a few days ago in a tweet that the handset will be unveiled on February 21st, but deleted it rather quickly, pretending it never mentioned it. However, LG’s social team is back saying the G5’s name out loud, this time on Facebook.
Facebook’s Oculus Rift has been available for preorder for weeks, but you should know the virtual reality headset does have some hardware requirements when it comes to the PC that’s supposed to bring all that VR content to your eyes. And your computer might simply not be good enough for what the Oculus Rift needs.
Thankfully, you’ll soon be able to preorder Oculus Rift PC bundles. And if you have preordered your Oculus Rift headset, you’re going to receive a discount on the next PC purchase. More →
The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge leaks continue as we get closer to the official February 21st announcement. After real-life images showing both handsets leaked on Tuesday, a person who reportedly has access to a Galaxy S7 prototype has shared the official wallpapers preloaded on the new Samsung handsets. More →
I don’t make paper airplanes as much as I used to, and I don’t play with Legos as much as I’d really love to. But I’d definitely want this mesmerizing invention, a paper airplane “factory” that assembles flying devices for you. And it’s all made of Lego bricks that do all the hard work for you. I can’t look away. More →
It’s very likely you’ve seen both Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Making a Murderer at some point in the past few months, or at least one of them. You probably know everything there is to know about the new Star Wars episode and the new Netflix hit anyway, but just in case you don’t, a couple of major spoilers lie ahead, so don’t go any further if you want to avoid them.
At any rate, one brilliant person on the Internet decided to make a parody poster that combines the two completely unrelated movies, and the result is hilarious. More →
It might sound like a wild theory, especially considering where it’s coming from, but a well-known Apple analyst has just predicted the death of the iPhone. No, this isn’t a story about Apple’s impending doom, which some people continue to warn us of even while Apple is the most valuable company on the planet. Instead, it’s a possibly reasonable but potentially outlandish prediction of when the iPhone will die and what Apple will use to replace it.
Apple has a high regard for security and secrecy, but that doesn’t mean hackers have simply given up the dream of accessing this particular fortress. In fact, a new report says that in Ireland, hackers are ready to pay up to €20,000, or approximately $23,000, to Apple employees willing to sell their login details. More →
After The Pirate Bay incorporated Torrents Time support in its website a few days ago, Kickass Torrents is now supporting the plugin that lets you stream any movie or TV show you desire in a browser, rather than downloading it and playing it on your computer. Mind you, these services offer access to illegal content, and movie studios are hardly happy with this development.
In fact, the new Torrents Time service that was unveiled only recently, delivered a new blow to copyright holders, as the simple innovation allows anyone to create their Netflix-like Popcorn Time experience. More →
Just when we thought that Netflix is about to lose the first fight against VPN service providers that help international users access any Netflix movie catalog (especially the U.S. one), we learn that the popular streaming service is getting some unexpected help from another popular online service: PayPal.
The payments company announced that it’s cutting off payments support for VPN sites on copyright infringement concerns. That means you can’t pay with your PayPal account for the VPN service you need to unblock Netflix USA content.
It also means you can’t pay with PayPal for VPN services regardless of what the purpose of VPN use is. More →
You might think Derek Zoolander and Hansel are just stupid male models who don’t pay attention to world events and politics. But it turns out they’re pretty well informed. They know there’s a presidential election coming up and they can totally explain the fashion behind it. Furthermore, they’re very much aware that Donald Trump came in second place at the Iowa “couscous,” and they recently joined the Internet in mocking him.
You’ve tried everything when it comes to fixing your home Wi-Fi, but it’s still broken and the first thing you should do is check our tips, tricks and hacks to see if any of them help. There’s another issue we haven’t covered in the past that could be causing issues with your home network though, and it has something to do with the Wi-Fi bands that you’re using. Now, Apple and Cisco have just acknowledged the issue and provided some details that might help.