Technology Archives

iPhone XS vs. XR vs. XS Max: iPhone buying guide for 2018

September 20, 2018

We help you break down which iPhone phone to get. So you’d like to buy either an iPhone XS, XS Max or iPhone XR and you’re not sure which one to get. Fair! This year’s iPhone line is arguably the most confusing ever, because the three new models are so closely matched. The 5.8-inch iPhone… [Read More]

How to get help in Windows 10

December 11, 2017

Find out how to acquire help in Windows 10 and fix all of the windows 10 contact and help related questions. Get windows 10 help and get service links where you can avail your free assistance support from Microsoft. So let’s start!! Utilizing functional smart devices is no more a luxury but really a necessity… [Read More]

The Nintendo Switch costs $300

January 13, 2017

And it lands on March 3rd. The Nintendo Switch will cost $300 (£280) when it hits store shelves (of the digital and physical variety) on March 3rd. Nintendo revealed the price and release date — we only had a release month previously — during its Switch live stream on the evening of Thursday, January 12th…. [Read More]

The Galaxy Note 7’s death creates an environmental mess

October 14, 2016

Samsung’s decision to discontinue the Galaxy Note 7 and recover remaining units isn’t just a blow to smartphone fans… it’s not so hot for the environment, either. Experts speaking to Motherboard point out thatphone recycling is still a very young field, and that many of the rare earth elements (such as cobalt and indium) won’t… [Read More]

Play Xbox online for free this weekend

June 9, 2016

Xbox Live Gold members can also play games in EA Access for free June 12-22.   Microsoft has offered its Free Multiplayer Weekends before, but at the end of this week, the promotion will be available to both Xbox One and Xbox 360 together for the first time. In fact, it’s the first time the… [Read More]

Uber reduces the chances that drivers will cancel your ride

June 6, 2016

Drivers can limit rides to those they can actually take, and they’ll get paid if they wait.   Reuters/Lucy Nicholson When you’re hailing an Uber, few things are as frustrating as a driver cancelling your trip — there may be a good reason, but that still leaves you high and dry. You won’t have to… [Read More]

NY Fed rejected, then later approved $81 million bank heist

June 6, 2016

Denied, blocked, red-flagged, and finally approved.   scyther5 / Getty Images The financial industry has used a messaging system made by the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) to securely authenticate transfers between banks for decades. But recent fraudulent money requests have broken the system’s impenetrable reputation. Back in February, hackers used this method… [Read More]

TVs and tablets top holiday gadget lists

November 20, 2015

There’s a reason you see a lot of doorbuster deals on TVs and tablets during the holidays. Consumers consistently place those items at the top of their holiday gadget wish list — and 2015 isn’t any different. TVs are the first, and tablets the second most wishedfor item in the Consumer Electronics Association’s annual study… [Read More]

Playstation 4® price drop announced for North America

November 6, 2015

Sony has announced it’s cutting the price of the PlayStation 4 in the U.S. and Canada. You can pick up the console from the new price of $349.99 USD / $429.99 CAD. Additionally, the company has confirmed the price drop will be reflected in all the hardware bundles coming out this Holiday season.

Xbox One® releases 1 terabyte holiday bundle

November 6, 2015

Own the Xbox One 1TB Holiday Bundle, featuring Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, Rare Replay, and a full-game download of Ori and the Blind Forest. Play and store more games than ever with the 1TB hard drive. Experience the original Gears of War rebuilt from the ground up in 1080p, including 60FPS competitive multiplayer with… [Read More]