Most of us have had to accept the fact that Google is tracking basically everything we do, whether we like it or not. After all, the companies services are so ubiquitous that it’s all but impossible to spend more than a few minutes online without having to log in to your Google account, but as DuckDuckGo CEO Gabriel Weinberg explains, it doesn’t have to be this way. More →
It’s not often we can say we’re excited about a BBC production, but the Sherlock series has taken the world by storm since its debut in 2010. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, the series has aired sporadically over the past six years, but after a long hiatus following the third season, the brilliant detective is returning this Christmas.
I wouldn’t blame you for reading that headline and thinking to yourself, “Well, this guy’s probably overreacting.” I get it — it can’t be that bad, right? I’ll let you make the decision, because my mind’s made up.
When Apple acquired Beats to the tune of $3 billion last year, everyone with an interest in either company got excited about the possibilities. Beats and Apple both have mass appeal, but Beats products have never received the same praise as Apple’s when it comes to quality design. With the new Beats Pill+, that might finally change. More →
We’re primed for the busiest holiday season since the new generation of consoles kicked off in 2013, which means that over the next three months, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One owners are going to have some very difficult decisions to make.
After all, even if you have the funds to pick up every game for every console, there’s no way you’ll have time to play them all. So with that in mind, these are the games that gamers are most looking forward to throughout the rest of 2015. More →
It’s not often that we get the chance to be genuinely surprised at an announcement from a major tech company any more, but Microsoft managed to pull it off on Tuesday with the unveiling of the Surface Book.
Yes, we knew that there was going to be a bigger Surface on display, but we didn’t know exactly what it would look like. As it turns out, Microsoft has secretly been developing its own full-scale laptop to compete with the likes of the MacBook Pro, but how exactly did the company’s first laptop come to fruition? More →
After spending some time with Star Wars Battlefront at E3 earlier this summer, I came away far less enthusiastic about the wildly anticipated sequel than I expected to be. After all, the Battlefront series was one that I spent countless hours with growing up — how could a new game in the franchise fail to win me over? More →
Microsoft called it “the ultimate laptop” more than once while on stage, but what do the technical specs of this clipboard device actually look like? Let’s find out. More →