Google just released a brand “new” app for Android devices that should further improve your navigation and directions Google Maps experience. The feature is hardly new, though, and you’ve been using it all this time on both mobile and desktop — the difference is that Google has now turned it into a standalone application that’s already available for download from the Play Store. More →
Apple’s next iPhone will likely be named iPhone 6s. The company is expected to launch an “S” generation of iPhones every two years, following a major redesign, and that seems to be the case for 2015. The upcoming iPhone 6s might offer a bigger “S” upgrade than any previous such model, but that might not be enough for Apple to call it the iPhone 7 all of a sudden.
However, one company is deeply affected by the iPhone 6s name choice and is urging Apple to go with iPhone 7 on September 9th as the official name of the 2015 iPhone – just check the image above, taken in New York’s Times Square. More →
Think you’ve ridden on intimidating roller coasters before? That’s because you haven’t yet ridden on Total Mayhem, a scary new roller coaster that’ll be available to people who got to the Six Flags amusement park next summer. The company calls it a “4D” roller coaster and it features some intense characteristics, including 90-degree hills and 12-story drops. More →
So your parents both have iPhones and you want to play an awesome prank on them? We have the perfect example for you that was tried and tested by a kid who decided his mom and dad shouldn’t be able to tell him he couldn’t host a party. More →
After plenty of back and forth on Apple’s storage plans for the iPhone 6s, more and more reports have indicated that the Cupertino-based giant is not going to grant your wish this year – make 32GB the entry-level storage tier for a new iPhone – and stick with 16GB versions for at least one more product cycle.
Two rumors have recently suggested that Apple will sell both iPhone 6s models in the same three storage options as last year’s iPhone 6, each having the same price as their respective predecessors – according to carrier sources from the Netherlands and China. A third report from an accurate Apple Insider seems to confirm storage and pricing details for the USA. More →
Who said you have to buy an expensive new laptop or desktop to enjoy Microsoft’s recently launched Windows 10 operating system? There are other, more affordable solutions available to users looking to fulfill their basic computing needs. One such device is the Asus VivoStick, a computer-on-a-stick gadget unveiled at IFA 2015 that delivers a Windows 10 experience for just $129. More →
The recently unveiled OnHub wireless router is one of the most surprising products to come from Google this year. In case you haven’t heard yet, the device is supposed to improve your Wi-Fi experience thanks to various neat tricks – read about them here. But Asus just announced a new router of its own that’s ready to challenge all rivals, including Google’s OnHub.
Unveiled at IFA 2015, the RT-AC5300 doesn’t have a user-friendly product name, but it’s supposed to deliver the fastest Wi-Fi performance in the world. Not to mention that its alien-like design makes it look pretty sleek too. More →
Remember that rumor that said Hulu may soon charge extra for a feature that Netflix users get for free? Well, it turns out it was true. The company confirmed it’s going to match Netflix’s video-streaming experience for the right price. More →
Next time you’re shopping for a portable Windows 10 computer remember this name: Acer Jade Primo. Announced at IFA 2015 in Berlin, Germany, the Jade Primo is the world’s first smartphone that can be turned into a full-fledged Windows 10 computer. Brilliant idea? Ridiculous idea? You be the judge… More →