Moto has made its Z2 Play mid-range smartphone available for pre-order unlocked. This means the handset will work on any carrier you bring it to, whether it be AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, or T-Mobile. It’s available for $499, about $100 more […]
Apple recently applied to receive a license to begin testing 5G millimeter wave technology by using the 28 and 39 GHz bands in upcoming devices. Today, the company was officially granted the license by the FCC, as reported by DSLReports. […]
Remember when Microsoft founder Bill Gates was the richest person in the world? Well, that’s changed. Now, Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos has taken the reigns after a surge in Amazon’s shares this morning propelled the billionaire to a […]
Feel free to watch it, but I’m warning you you’ll get annoyed by how many times Georgie tells you you’ll float too.
The last time we ever saw an upgrade to Apple’s iPod lineup was back in 2015 when they released the sixth-generation iPod touch. (It actually launched the same day as this website.) Now with the iPod Shuffle and Nano out […]
AS originally spotted by MacRumors, Apple has officially discontinued the iPod Shuffle and Nano. The news comes as the company removes the products from their website where only the iPod touch sits now. After originally being introduced back in 2005, […]
LG lost money this quarter, and they really need to do something big to fix that.
A new report out of Gadgets360 claims Samsung is currently working to bring Samsung Pay to other, non-Samsung smartphones. Currently, the company uses both NFC and MST to allow for payments to process from their smartphones, and the latter needs […]
HTC today previewed its anticipated standalone Vive VR headset that doesn’t require a smartphone or PC to operate. Instead, all the technical components to make a VR headset work come preloaded in the headset itself. But here’s the thing; besides […]
Steven Spielberg’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind is one of the most beloved sci-fi movies to ever hit the silver screen. It was released several months after George Lucas’ first Star Wars film back in December of 1977 and […]
Google is gearing up to combine two of their services into a single, streamlined offering that only makes sense. The services I’m speaking of are YouTube Red and Google Play Music, and according to The Verge who attended a session […]