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Deal: Get an Apple Watch Sport w/ White Sport Band for Just $289 on Amazon

The Apple Watch is by far the most popular smartwatch there is right now, and rightfully so. But not everyone can get one of these bad boys. Do you wanna know why? It’s because of the price. You see, Apple thinks a starting price of $349 is reasonable for a Continue Reading

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You’re Gonna Lose Your 15GB of OneDrive Storage and Camera Roll Bonus Tomorrow (If You Don’t Sign Up to Keep It)

OneDrive has given users 15GB of cloud storage on it’s platform for free for a long time. However, Microsoft announced in November that they’d be axing the free 15GB of storage and reducing it to 5GB of free storage in early 2016, along with trashing the 15GB camera roll bonus all Continue Reading

Samsung’s Pushing Out Android Marshmallow to the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge… In South Korea

Samsung has begun to push out an update for the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge in South Korea. And this particular update happens to be Android Marshmallow. This comes more than a month after reports came in that the company was beta testing the update with some GS6 and GS6 Edge Continue Reading

Renders of Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge Leak… And They Remind Me of the iPhone

VentureBeat has leaked new “official” renders of what appears to be Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. And they remind me a lot of the iPhone 6. Now look, I know what’s gonna happen. All of the Android fanboys are gonna fire back at me saying how this is Samsung’s own Continue Reading

Google Calendar Gets Update, Brings Smart Suggestions and 54 New Country-Based Holiday Calendars

Google has updated it’s Calendar (on both iOS and Android) with some new features today, including Smart Suggestions and 54 new country-based holiday calendars. Smart Suggestions recommend different event titles, locations, and contacts to invite based on the title you give an upcoming event. So say you made an event called Continue Reading

You Now Need an Apple Music Subscription to Listen to iTunes Radio

Today, Apple has cut off iTunes Radio, their formally free service which allowed users to create radio stations based off artists, songs, and genres, for people who don’t have an Apple Music subscription. This comes just a couple of weeks after Apple sent out this email to customers stating that Continue Reading

iPad Air 3: 5 Rumors That Could (Or Couldn’t) Come True In My Opinion

9to5Mac has published some rumors about the “upcoming” iPad Air 3 which could be true… and they could not be true. However, other websites like Mac Rumors and Cult of Mac haven’t really spoken about it too much. And it’s no wonder why – the iPad Air 3 is very confusing Continue Reading

Deal: Grab an iPad Pro w/ 128GB of Space on eBay for Just $890

Apple’s iPad Pro is a fantastic tablet. Not laptop (like it thinks it could be), tablet. And it’s huge. Like… huge huge. It has a gorgeous 12.9 inch 2732×2048 Retina display, Apple’s A9X chipset, 4GB of RAM, iOS 9, a 110,307mAh battery, 4 sterio speakers (one next to each corner), and, Continue Reading

Hangouts 7.0 Launches with Quick Reply and Reminder to Switch to Messenger

Google has begun to roll out version 7.0 of Hangouts to users via the Play Store. This update includes multiple bug fixes and security updates, along with a few new features. It also prompts users to switch over to the company’s other messaging app, Messenger, for SMS purposes. When you Continue Reading

Chrome for iOS Just Got a Major Update, Now “Dramatically Faster” with 70% Fewer Crashes

Chrome for iOS has always been kinda slow. I’m not saying it’s unusable, but it’s definitely not as speedy as Safari, for example. And Google must’ve realized that, because today’s Chrome update for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch promises a “dramatically faster” experience. https://plus.google.com/+Chrome/posts/XMxTMFHXJ8w   The reason Chrome is now Continue Reading

Safari is Crashing Today… for Everyone. Here’s How to Fix it

Many users have been reporting today that Safari, Apple’s built-in browser for iOS and Mac, has been crashing on their devices. Even if they simply tap/click the URL bar at the top, the app winds up freezing and closing unexpectedly, which is causing a big inconvenience to most people. And Continue Reading

BlackBerry Priv Now Available at T-Mobile

You can now purchase the BlackBery Priv at T-Mobile. This comes after an announcement was made last week stating that the phone would make it to the network the coming week. The phone is available for $0 down and just $30/month. The full retail price of this Android-powered slider is Continue Reading