Click to Skip Ad
Closing in...



Tesla Model 3

Everything we know about the Tesla Model 3

March 31st, 2016

After years of anticipation, Tesla later today will finally take the wraps off of the Tesla Model 3 at a special event in California. Arguably, the upcoming Model 3 unveiling represents the most highly anticipated car introduction the auto industry has seen in years, if not decades. It’s hardly an overstatement to state that the entirety of Tesla’s …

Galaxy S7 Vs iPhone 6s

I really tried, but there’s just no way I can live with the Galaxy S7

March 31st, 2016

Earlier this month I penned an article about the one thing preventing me from ditching my iPhone and switching to a Galaxy S7 edge. In my eyes, Samsung’s latest flagship phone is as close as any company has come to the ideal physical smartphone experience given current technology limitations. The hardware is, hands down, the best that the …

Miitomo Download

Nintendo’s first iOS game is now available for download

March 31st, 2016

Is Nintendo the next Sega? The company undoubtedly has a storied history in the video game console business but to say it has reached a potential turning point is an understatement. The Wii U is nothing short of an absolute disaster, as many people expected it would be. The rise of mobile gaming has dissolved much of …

NASA Microsoft HoloLens Mars Exhibit

Microsoft’s HoloLens will soon let you simulate walking on Mars

March 30th, 2016

Microsoft didn’t make too many splashy headlines during the opening of its Build conference on Wednesday but it did show off some really cool new technology related to both artificial intelligence and mixed reality platforms. When it comes to the latter, the company announced that it’s teaming up with NASA to create a new experience …

CNBC Password Security Disaster

CNBC’s disastrous password security fail is a huge lesson for us all

March 30th, 2016

CNBC tried and disastrously failed to give regular Internet users a lesson about the importance of password security and password strength. While trying to explain how the FBI can brute-force an iPhone PIN by trying out all possible combinations, CNBC wanted to show you how fast your password could be cracked by using this relatively simple …

AT&T Vs Google Cyanogen Android Phone

Would AT&T really go this far to undermine Google’s control of Android?

March 30th, 2016

When you think of Google’s major rivals, you typically think of Apple, Microsoft, Facebook and maybe even Amazon. But what about AT&T? A new report from The Information claims that AT&T is actually working developing a new smartphone with the help of Cyanogen, the company that last year vowed to “take Android away from Google.” It looks …