Motorola is Holding an Event on August 2nd to Unveil the Flagship Z3

Motorola has begun teasing a new event it’ll hold on August 2nd at 2 p.m. local time in Chicago at its headquarters to unveil “a whole new way to connect, stream, download, video chat, and more.” What does all that mean? In the most basic of terms, it likely means Continue Reading


Apple’s Original Content Might Come in a Single Subscription w/ iCloud Storage, Music, and Magazines

It’s no secret Apple’s been working to produce tons and tons of original content ahead of the debut of its alternative to something like Netflix or Amazon Prime Video. Details have remained scarce and the only official news we’ve heard is a partnership with Oprah Winfrey, but that doesn’t mean Continue Reading

Amazon’s ‘Show Mode Charging Dock’ Turns Your Fire Tablet into an Echo Show for $40

Amazon has announced a new accessory for its Fire HD 8 and HD 10 tablets called the Show Mode Charging Dock. Costing $39.99 for the smaller tablet and $54.99 for the larger one, the dock lets you charge your Fire tablet simply by slotting it into the dock itself. That’s Continue Reading

Microsoft Won’t Include Sets with the Next Windows 10 Update

Remember Sets? It’s Microsoft’s solution to a crowded desktop environment. Essentially, it lets you compile all the windows you have open while you’re getting work done into a single window with apps living in their own tabs. It’s an overall cleaner approach to having multiple windows open at the same Continue Reading

Google Opens YouTube Picture-in-Picture to All Android Oreo Users

Up until now, to use the picture-in-picture feature built into Android 8.0 Oreo with YouTube, you’ve had to be subscribed to YouTube Premium (or Red). Now, that requirement is being dropped as Google has confirmed on its support page that those with free YouTube accounts can use PiP on their Continue Reading