We’ve come to expect a lot of things from Samsung’s Galaxy Note series, including absolutely gorgeous displays, cutting-edge hardware and a bunch of annoying, storage-clogging bloatware. We expect much of the same from the upcoming Galaxy Note 5 and new leaked renders posted over at Nowhereelse.fr may give us our first look at Samsung’s newest flagship phablet. More →
Any Apple fan on the planet could tell you that new iPhones are usually announced and released during the same month every year: September. In fact, by looking at the iPhone 5s and iPhone 6 launches, one might try to predict the iPhone 6s release date and announcement event.
One site claims to have learned the exact dates for both the announcement and released of Apple’s new iPhones. While the release date certainly makes sense, it couldn’t possibly be more wrong about the date Apple’s next iPhones will be unveiled. More →
No one who’s stuck at an airport expects to get a gourmet meal during their time there. Nonetheless, there should be at least some tiny standards that should be honored — as in, if you pay for a ham-and-egg sandwich, the ham and egg used inside the sandwich should be at least close to the diameter of the bread. However this was apparently too much for one vendor at the Edinburgh Airport to handle, as it recently served what can only be described as the most disappointing sandwich in the history of the world. More →
Apple released iOS 8.4 last week and within a few short hours, the new mobile OS was already jailbroken — if you want to jailbreak your iPhone or iPad, here’s how to do it. While iOS is more capable now than it has ever been in the past, third-party developers still have to operate within the restrictions put in place by Apple’s iOS developer program. Plenty is off limits, which is why there is still a thriving community of developers who build unauthorized software for iOS that ignores Apple’s guidelines to bring features to iPhones and iPads that most users will never experience.
There are thousands of jailbreak apps and tweaks out there to comb through, and last week we shared a list of 50 that were of particular interest. Now, we’ve got a list of 20 more to share. More →
I’m not a hardcore soccer fan, but I keep tabs on the big tournaments and watch them as often as I can. I typically watch men’s tournaments, but the Women’s World Cup final game that ended with a crushing USA win over Japan featured a number of firsts, including an incredible goal — the kind you rarely see on the field, regardless of who’s playing the game. More →
There are plenty of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free, but to be frank, most of them are awful. That’s why we spend so much time combing through them each day in an effort to weed out the junk and only show you the best apps around. Today’s list includes eight great options for your iOS device, but they’re only on sale for free for a limited time, so you’d better hurry! More →
The long wait for Windows 10 is nearly over. Sources close to the matter tell The Verge that Microsoft is planning to finalize its upcoming operating system this week, with an official release to manufacturing (RTM) build expected to roll out to the company’s PC partners before the end of the week. More →
Because GoPro’s camera weren’t small enough already, the company has decided to shrink its product once again with the GoPro Hero4 Session. It’s 50% smaller and 40% lighter than the flagship Hero4 Black and Silver cameras, but still maintains the high image quality and performance you expect from a GoPro device.
It might come as a shock, but Apple plans to launch new iPhones in 2015. Crazy, we know. With the company’s annual fall launch fast approaching and its next-generation iPhone lineup having entered mass production, rumors and leaks focused on the upcoming new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are kicking into high gear.
Unfortunately though, a big leak from over the weekend brings a bit of bad news surrounding Apple’s next iPhone, seemingly confirming earlier rumors. More →
Minecraft is nothing less than a phenomenon, and the game’s upcoming new chapter is shaping up to be one of the most exciting releases of 2015. Minecraft: Story Mode will be an entirely new take on the pixelated masterpiece, injecting the popular characters into a narrative reminiscent of a LEGO game.
We now know the answer to the question of what happens when you launch fireworks off the top of your head: You die. You die very, very quickly. Portland, Maine-based news station WCSH 6 reports that 22-year-old Maine resident Devon Staples this past weekend was killed instantly after he decided to try placing a fireworks mortar on top of his head and then setting them off. More →
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