Although countless analysts have incorrectly predicted Apple’s impending demise for years now, the company’s most recent guidance was enough to give one of the top Apple observers around some real reasons to pause. Neal Cybart writes at Above Avalon that there is reason to worry that Apple has been caught off guard by recent trends in the smartphone market and that the iPhone 7 might not be enough to turn things around. More →
Once self-driving cars take over, you’ll be able to do plenty of other things while sitting behind the wheel and waiting to get to your destination. You could sleep, work, watch TV, and plenty more. However, one Canadian expert is concerned about one other distraction when driving in semi-autonomous and fully autonomous cars: Sex behind the wheel. More →
On Monday we published a Mother’s Day gift guide that was unlike all the other guides you see around the web. Instead of including cooking tools and beauty supplies, we focused on cool tech gifts that today’s mothers will definitely be into. Of course, some mothers are more into technology than others, so we wanted to share one more guide for all you last-minute Mother’s Day shoppers out there.
Today’s Mother’s Day gift guide still focuses on gadgets, but they’re all items that more traditional moms might appreciate. After all, not every mom wants a tablet or a digital camera for Mother’s Day. As was the case with all the items in yesterday’s guide, today’s 10 devices are all Amazon Prime eligible so they’ll arrive in time for Mother’s Day this Sunday, May 8. More →
Tesla this week really seems intent on letting the world know about the “Bioweapon Defense Mode” feature it debuted on the Model X. In a blogpost published earlier this week, Tesla posted some interesting scientific data highlighting the effectiveness of its air filtration system.
As Tesla tells it, when a driver turns on the Bioweapon Defense Mode feature, the Model X’s air filter is 300 times more effective at filtering out bacteria, 700 times more effective at filtering smog and an impressive 800 times more effective at filtering out viruses.
Think back to when you were a child and try to remember the first time you saw a Polaroid instant camera. Do you remember how awesome and magical that moment was? You would snap a picture and a floppy blank image would be ejected from the camera along with that motorized sound. Then you would watch in awe as the image slowly came to life on the photograph. Yes, you’d also shake the photo a little bit, as if that did anything.
Well, now you can relive that magical moment — but updated for the digital age. The new Polaroid Snap Instant Digital Camera with ZINK Zero Ink Printing Technology saves any photos you take digitally so you can share them or save them to your phone or computer. At the same time though, it prints them instantly before your eyes without ever needing any ink cartridges. More →
Good morning, everyone! It’s time again to learn about today’s best paid iPhone and iPad apps that are on sale for free for a limited time. Today we’ve brought you 10 paid apps that would normally cost a total of $31 but are all completely free if you act right now. Let’s check them out! More →
Radiohead have kept their fans in suspense for the past few days and now they’ve finally delivered something. A couple of days after the band erased itself from all its social media accounts, it has now released a video on YouTube for a new track called “Burn the Witch” that will appear on its highly anticipated ninth studio album. More →
Wireless internet is something we take for granted every day. But Wi-Fi isn’t always reliable, and it’s often the source of annoying hassles, both at home and in public places. While you won’t be able to fix every Wi-Fi issues you might encounter at your local Starbucks coffee shop, there are plenty of tricks you can try at home or at the office to make sure Wi-Fi works. More →
Most rumors we’ve heard about the iPhone 7 say it’ll be the first Apple smartphone to ship without a standard 3.5mm headphone jack. Even the competition is reportedly planning to ditch the standard port in the future, with Intel looking to convince customers to adopt USB Type-C audio. But a new leak showing purported iPhone 7 parts seems to indicate that the death of the headphone jack may have been greatly exaggerated.
Are any of you old enough to remember those “protected by Viper, stand back” commercials? Probably not, but they were absolutely amazing. Of course, every car out there comes with an alarm now so Viper had to shift gears and start selling other car accessories, and you can one of the company’s best remote car starter systems for just $43 shipped right now on Amazon. Other top deals today include cheap microSD and SD memory cards, a Samsung 65-inch 4K smart TV for under $1,500, a $25 wireless AC router and more. More →
Video tours of major cities are a dime a dozen now that everyone carries a video camera in their pocket, but there’s something unique about Nigel Sylvester’s Go! series — it’s all filmed while Sylvester is riding his bike.