Apple’s iPhone 7 is expected to be released next year after the typical “S” refresh hits store shelves this coming fall. The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are expected to be fairly significant upgrades from last year’s 6 models, and analysts are already modeling for huge sales. But while the world’s top Apple insider says 2015’s iPhone 6s models will indeed feature a few big design changes, we’re almost certainly looking at phones that are very similar to Apple’s current iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models.
Next year, however, we can expect exciting new designs for Apple’s iPhone 7 lineup. More →
We have covered a few cars before here on BGR that were heavily customized by KC Howeth and the team at Charlotte, North Carolina-based Underground Racing, but this is easily one of the meanest yet. Behold: a 2,000HP twin-turbo Lamborghini Huracan that can probably tear through a quarter-mile before you finish reading this sentence.
In a new video published on Underground Racing’s YouTube channel, we can see this beastly new build in action on the track. More →
Hulu typically offers users a one-week free trial to test its premium TV and movie streaming service before they have to start coughing up $7.99 each month. Without a premium subscription, only a very limited number of episodes are available for each show. For two days only, however, new subscribers can score a special extended free trial that offers access to the entire Hulu library for a full two months. More →
Back in February of this year, we ran a post that recommended 3 stunning iPhone 6 cases that are perfect for people who hate iPhone cases. The response to that post was bigger than we expected, and while all three of our recommendations were well-received by readers, one in particular seemed to pique more interest than the others: The real wood iPhone bumper.
With that in mind, we’ve dug up two more real wood iPhone cases for you to check out. One is for the iPhone 5s or iPhone 5, and it costs just $13 shipped on Amazon. The second is an iPhone 6 case that costs twice as much, but $26 is still affordable and it’s worth the added expense. More →
Science fiction movies have imagined all sorts of flying cars over the years that leave us dreaming of a high-tech future. Designs have ranged as special effects have improved, but flying cars in movies have always been fairly stylish and futuristic.
In short, they looked nothing like this. More →
Bluetooth keyboard accessories are terrific for smartphone users who miss the physical keyboards of old. After all, no leading smartphones ship with physical keyboards anymore. If you’ve been pining for physical keys on your Android phone or iPhone though, there’s a new alternative to Bluetooth keyboards that has one huge advantage: It never needs to be recharged. More →
Fans of AMC’s smash hit series The Walking Dead should prepare themselves for a “huge, huge episode” to kick off the upcoming sixth season of the popular zombie show, which is set to premiere in the coming months. In a new video posted to the AMC YouTube channel, one of the show’s stars gives the world an exciting behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming season, and there may be some hints that show us what to expect. More →
It’s our last list of paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free this week, and we’re making sure to close things out with a bang. Today’s list features 10 great paid iOS applications that are all on sale for free right now, but these sales could end at any time, so you’d better hurry.
Piracy is a tricky subject, especially when it comes to pay TV. On one hand, there is little question that stealing is wrong, and streaming pay TV channels without paying for them is, without question, stealing. But on the other hand, television networks and pay TV service providers have created an industry that couldn’t possibly be more anti-consumer. Bundles force subscribers to pay for content they’ll never watch, customer service is atrocious, and shady deals prevent competition in each region so consumers rarely have choices.
At this point, cutting the cord is the only way consumers can fight back, but it obviously comes at a cost — most programming is no longer available as it airs. Beyond that, the networks might feel the sting but pay TV providers still win, since they also supply the country with high-speed Internet service.
Is piracy the answer? More →
It has never been more clear: Pizza Hut is very upset that its patrons are still alive, so it’s doing everything in its power to clog their arteries as quickly as possible. The latest evidence of this painfully obvious truth comes in the form of a “Hot Dog Bites Pizza,” which the establishment unveiled earlier this month.
Whatever you do, don’t eat it. If you want to see what the experience would be like though, four brave souls took the plunge so you don’t have to. More →
There is absolutely no question that TouchWiz is toned down on the Galaxy S6, but fans of a “pure” Android experience will always find Samsung’s custom user interface to be overbearing. Actually, maybe not always. Android fans looking for a unique take on Google’s sleek Material Design may find the latest hot Galaxy S6 theme to be impressive enough to warrant sticking with TouchWiz over Google’s own Google Now launcher. More →