Ikea isn’t only using its furniture building know-how to create some interesting pieces for your home, but it’s also working on projects that could be a lot more useful for people who find themselves in need of emergency shelters. Such is the case of the Better Shelter modular home for refugees that can offer better shelter than the usual tents you see on TV whenever reports about refugees are aired. More →
China is slowly becoming Apple’s main iPhone market and Apple has a new initiative in place to help it sell more iPhones while simultaneously increasing market share in the highly competitive market. Instead of cutting prices on top devices or worrying about launching cheaper devices, Apple plans to enlist Foxconn’s resources to sell used iPhones in the region, Bloomberg has found out. More →
Game of Thrones is without a doubt one of the best series currently on TV, and with season 5 upon us fans are probably wondering what characters will be killed off next. While we have no idea what happens this season with some of our favorite Game of Thrones heroes, we now know that at least one of them will not die this season, thanks to Popsugar’s interviews with the stars of HBO’s hit series. Spoiler alert: do not proceed if you don’t to know who it is. More →
You can say many things about the Apple Watch, but you can’t say it doesn’t offer choice.
Not only does the Apple Watch come in two different sizes (38mm and 42mm), there are 6 distinct casing options (aluminum, Space Grey aluminum, Stainless Steel, Space Black Stainless Steel, Gold, and Rose Gold) along with a wide selection of bands.
That being the case, users hoping to walk into their local Apple retail store on April 24th and pick out the exact model they want may want to think twice.
What if you could instantly pick up your phone to learn more details about a certain historical landmark or your location and then get visual cues about how that particular place changed over time? That’s what a new application called Pivot looks to offer smartphone users: A way of traveling back in time and staying connected to the history of a certain place, as long as there are available pictures of that place to tell its story. More →
Country legend Willie Nelson has been a staunch advocate of legalizing pot for years and now that it’s legal to sell in three states, he’s going to start his own business that his publicist says will be like the Whole Foods of marijuana. More →
Malware is never an easy subject for Android device owners. Savvy users usually say the matter is overblown and that they know how to protect themselves against such threats, though that’s not always the case. Google acknowledges the matter but usually minimizes it, though it’s also constantly coming up with better means for protecting the safety of users. Meanwhile millions of Android devices fall prey to malware, and most of the time users don’t even know what’s going on.
New research from Palo Alto Networks has brought to light a terrifying vulnerability in Android that could be used for secretly installing malware apps on a device on almost 50% of existing devices, Business Insider reports.
This has been an incredibly busy month for game releases, but Microsoft isn’t planning on letting its foot off the gas in April either. On Thursday, Microsoft announced the latest slate of Games with Gold, but in April, Xbox owners are getting double the free games that they normally do. That means two free games on Xbox One and four games on Xbox 360. More →
Ever since the iPhone became a bonafide hit, critics and tech pundits have been predicting that it was only a matter of time before Apple’s iconic smartphone would fall from grace. Whether it was Apple’s staunch refusal to support mobile flash or the company’s admittedly bizarre App Store rejection policies, there has never been a shortage of reasons tech pundits have clung to in order to bolster their claims that some competing smartphone would finally be the “iPhone killer” the world has been waiting for.
Samsung hasn’t completely fixed the bloatware issue with its flagship Galaxy models, Gizmodo reports after it found that the Galaxy S6 has “as much bloatware as ever” with 56 pre-installed applications, even though the company seemed to promise a different approach to the whole bloatware matter. More →
Starting tomorrow, nearly everyone will be able to preorder the highly anticipated Galaxy S6. I say “nearly everyone” because Verizon has revealed that it will not begin offering preorders to its customers until April 1st, 5 days after preorders begin at most of the other major service providers in the United States. More →
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