Dunkin’ Donuts Kills Well-Loved Coffee Coolatta, Replaces It With Summer Drink

Dunkin’ Donuts is discontinuing the popular Coffee Coolatta and introducing the new Frozen Dunkin’ Coffee this summer. The move is made to produce a coffee-centric lineup, likely in response to the growing coffee culture in US cities.

Business Tech

Uber Car Crash In Arizona: Self-Driving Car Safety Questioned Again Amid Other Uber Scandals

A self-driving car from Uber's fleet was involved in a crash in Tempe, Arizona, and ended up flipped onto its side. The autonomous vehicle was not at fault, but the accident still sparks a new round of questions regarding the safety of self-driving cars.

Car Tech

US Moto G5 Plus Release: Amazon Soon Offering Cheap Version With Ads Or More Expensive Ad-Free Model

The Moto G5 Plus is finally ready to hit the United States later this month, as Amazon will start selling the device on March 31. The Moto G5 Plus will be available in four options, with the cheapest one starting at $184.99.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech

Tesla Solar Roof Tile Orders Start Next Month, Says Elon Musk: Get Ready For Affordable Clean Energy Solutions

Tesla announced last year that it would offer solar roof tiles as a viable and affordable clean energy solution. Elon Musk has now confirmed that orders for solar roof tiles will kick off in April, so here's what you need to know.

Smart Home

Watch Out For GiftGhostBot: Steals Gift Card Balances

Distil Networks identified a major threat to online businesses dubbed GiftGhostBot. The bot stole money from customers' gift card accounts and caused distress to retailers.

Security March 25, 2017

Wells Fargo Cardless ATMs: Customers Will Be Able To Withdraw Cash Using Their Smartphone

Customers of Wells Fargo would be able to withdraw cash from ATMs by simply using their smartphones. This feature would come into effect from March 27 and make way for secure transactions.

Business Tech March 25, 2017

Google Guts Gchat, To Be Permanently Replaced By Hangouts On June 26

Google has announced that it is officially killing Gchat on June 26, at which point users will be automatically transitioned to Hangouts. Rending Gchat away from its roster of services signals Google’s push to focus on Hangouts moving forward.

Internet March 25, 2017

T-Mobile Rolls Out Tools To Help Users Automatically Block, Avoid Scam Calls

T-Mobile is rolling out two new features that’ll help users avoid calls from spammers. Starting April 5th, T-Mobile subscribers will be able to take advantage of Scam ID and Scam Block, two foremost tools to avoid scammers from reaching users.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 25, 2017

OnePlus 5 Specs And Features We Want To See: How Can It Be Better Than OnePlus 3T?

The OnePlus 3T is considered to be one of the best Android smartphones currently available, with high-end specifications for a reasonable price. How can its successor, the OnePlus 5, be made even better?

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech

Jobs At Risk Of Automation: The Likelihood Of Human Workers Being Replaced By Robots In Different Countries (PwC)

Millions of workers could lose their jobs to robots and artificial intelligence in the future, with some more at risk than others. Roughly 38 percent of U.S. jobs might be at risk of automation, a new PwC report reveals.

Business Tech March 24, 2017

Apple On Latest WikiLeaks CIA Documents: No Worries, Exploits Have Long Been Patched

WikiLeaks has dumped a new set of CIA hack documents, detailing how the government breached into Macs and iPhones. Apple has issued a statement in response, arguing that it 'does not condone theft' and those exploits were patched long ago.

Security March 24, 2017

Google Hangouts Drops SMS Support As It Focuses On Being A Workplace Communication App

Google is reportedly dropping the SMS support for its Hangouts service. The move coincides with the effort to make Hangouts a better workplace communications tool.

Google March 24, 2017

Apple Files Patent Application For An iPhone-Powered Laptop

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office reveals that Apple has filed a patent application for a new electronic device. The laptop-like gadget fits an iPhone that will power it.


Excited To Own An iPhone 8 On Launch Day? Good Luck Getting One

The iPhone 8 will still launch despite the limited supplies in stock. The rumored flagship phone is expected to come out in September.

Apple March 24, 2017

Tesla Honored As 2017’s ‘Battery Innovator Of The Year’ At The International Battery Seminar

International experts in the field of battery research recognized Tesla’s contributions and cutting-edge innovations in battery technology. Tesla exec and battery expert says it’s all about implementation.

Business Tech March 24, 2017

Samsung Galaxy S8 To Come With Free Gear VR And $100 Gift Card, Leaked Target Catalog Reveals

A leaked Target newspaper ad for the week of April 2-8 reveals neat preorder deals for the upcoming Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus smartphones. Customers will get a free Gear VR with Controller and a $100 gift card to sweeten the deal.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 24, 2017

New iPad Pro 2017 Models Still Expected: iPad Pro 2 Could Debut At Apple Park In April

Apple's cheap new 9.7-inch iPad is great for budget shoppers, but what about the Pro line? Well, the iPad Pro 2 could make its grand entrance next month, when the Apple Park opens its gates.

Apple March 25, 2017

Lucid Air vs Tesla Model S: Could The Newcomer Truly Be A Fierce Competition For Tesla?

Lucid Motors just publicly unveiled the prototype of its first Lucid Air model, but experts already believe that Tesla’s luxury electric vehicle line has met its match.

Car Tech March 24, 2017

Apple iPhone 6s Best-Selling Smartphone Of 2016: How Did Others Fare?

The iPhone 6s outsold all other smartphones in 2016 in terms of shipment. Apple’s rival Samsung, however, only managed to capture the fifth spot in the list of the best-selling smartphones for 2016.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 24, 2017

Google Assistant Now Available For OnePlus 3 And OnePlus 3T

OnePlus has confirmed that its OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T will receive the Google Assistant update. This update would bring the AI to the two smartphones, making them more user friendly and efficient.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 24, 2017

FCC Cracks Down On Billions Of Robocalls Every Month, Allows Phone Companies To Easily Block Them

In its new proposed rules released March 23, FCC said it would push for phone companies to target as well as block illegal robocalls. There are about 2.4 billion of these calls every month, many of which are fraudulent.

Business Tech March 24, 2017

Major Galaxy Note 8 Leak Might Make Samsung Fans Think Twice About Buying The Galaxy S8

A major leak on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 reveals a design sketch for the upcoming smartphone as well as some of its specifications. Will customers be enticed to wait for it instead of buying the Galaxy S8?

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 24, 2017

Samsung Unveils Gear S3 Hybrid Pocket Watch Concept At Baselworld 2017

Samsung just unveiled an interesting concept: a hybrid Gear S3 pocket watch. Samsung partnered with Swiss watch designer Yvan Arpa to conjure up the concept, but the company has yet to announce plans for a commercial release.

Wearable Tech March 24, 2017

Investigators Probe North Korea Link To $81 Million Bangladesh Bank Heist

Investigators are probing a potential North Korea link to the $81 million Bangladesh bank heist. This is due to similarities in the code used in the online heist and in an earlier Sony Pictures hack.

Business Tech March 24, 2017

Google Adds Voice-Only Calls To Duo And File Sharing To Allo

Google has updated its messaging platforms, Duo and Allo, alongside Photos, with added features that cater to people with slow network connections. The updates is rolling out in Brazil first, then the rest of the world in the coming days.


In A Push For Diversity, Howard University Outpost Opens At Google To Recruit More Black Engineers

Google and Howard University has opened up Howard West, an on-site campus where Howard students can study computer science courses and work with Google tech employees. The program launches this summer, with plans to expand moving forward.


Twitter Paid Subscription Service For Public Figures And Business May Soon Launch

Twitter is reportedly considering a paid subscription service for an improved Tweetdeck, targeting power users. The premium tool, as described in a released survey, will make it easier for public figures and companies to manage their accounts.

Business Tech March 24, 2017

Instagram Rolls Out Two-Factor Authentication For All Users And Can Now Blur Sensitive Photos

Instagram rolls out two-factor authentication and blurs sensitive photos. New announcements are made from the social media site for a safer and friendlier use of their platform.

Apps/Software March 24, 2017

Samsung Gear S3 Classic Gets 4G LTE Connectivity: Smartwatch Heading To AT&T, T-Mobile, And Verizon

Samsung has announced the new Gear S3 classic with 4G LTE connectivity, and the Tizen smartwatch is heading to AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon in the foreseeable future.

Wearable Tech March 23, 2017

Wheelys 247: Meet Shanghai's Unmanned, High-Tech Retail Store

Swedish company Wheely just opened their unmanned retail store in Shanghai. The start-up opened their store doors before Amazon Go brings the new retailing craze to China.

Business Tech March 25, 2017

Lawmakers Make A Move To Overturn Obama-Era Internet Privacy Rules: What This Means For Internet Users

Republicans in the U.S. Senate just voted to repeal the Obama-era FCC internet privacy protection ruling concerning Internet Service Providers. What can this mean for their consumers’ privacy?

Internet March 24, 2017

Facebook Adds Individual Message Reactions, Mentions To Messenger: Here’s How They Work

Facebook has introduced two new features to Messenger that make chats more dynamic and easier to navigate: reactions and mentions. The updates are rolling out now and will be available globally in the coming days.

Apps/Software March 23, 2017

WikiLeaks Exposes CIA Tools Targeting MacBooks And iPhones: Here's What They Do

WikiLeaks has released Dark Matter, the second part of the series of documents containing hacking and surveillance tools developed by the CIA. The tools described in Dark Matter target the Mac computers and iPhones of Apple.

Security March 24, 2017

Corsair One Review Roundup: Small, Powerful, And Surprisingly Quiet

Corsair has launched its first PC, the aptly named One that boasts a small form factor packing a huge performance with quiet chassis. But did it make a loud impression on the critics?

Computers March 23, 2017

AT&T And Verizon Pull Ads Off YouTube Over Videos Promoting Terrorism And Hate

AT&T and Verizon have decided to remove their ads from YouTube over videos promoting hateful speech and terrorism. Google pledged to give advertisers more control over ad placement, but apparently it didn't move fast enough.

Internet March 23, 2017

Hush, Mind-Blown, Broccoli: All These And More As New Emojis Gets Revealed

Unicode has unveiled Emoji 5.0, a list of potential emojis. The new emojis will launch sometime mid-2017.

Internet March 23, 2017

Red Alert: Apple China’s Website Curiously Drops AIDS Charity Branding For New Red iPhone 7

Apple has recently launched its red iPhone 7 in partnership with AIDS group (RED). But in China where HIV is a controversial issue, the (PRODUCT)RED branding is missing in Apple China.

Apple March 23, 2017

PlayStation 4 Wi-Fi Issues After Update: Sony Is Aware Of The Problem And Is Working On A Fix

The PlayStation 4 update 4.50 broke the console's Wi-Fi connectivity, yielding error NW-31297-2. Sony is aware of the PS4 Wi-Fi issues and is looking into the matter, but no fix is available yet.

Gadgets March 23, 2017

Alaska Airlines Drops Virgin America Brand in 2019, But Keeps Carrier's Popular Features

In its bid to dominate the U.S. West Coast, Alaska Airlines will retire the Virgin America brand by the end of 2019. The move was announced just three months after the acquisition of the Richard Branson-led carrier.

Business Tech March 23, 2017

Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Benchmarks Reveal CPU, GPU Performance That Dominate Competition

The results are in, and the Snapdragon 835 benchmarks show one heck of a processor that'll dominate the competition both in CPU and GPU performance.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 23, 2017

Google Maps Will Soon Allow Users To Temporarily Share Their Real-Time Location

Google Maps will soon receive a feature that will allow users to share their real-time location with others. The feature will be a very useful one due to its potential applications, but it also raises certain concerns on user privacy.

Google March 23, 2017

Samsung Galaxy S8 Leaks In Black, Gray, And Gold Options

Images of the Samsung Galaxy S8 leaked again and showed off the black, gray, and gold options of the upcoming smartphone. Samsung is yet to confirm the color choices and will likely do so during the launch event on March 29.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 23, 2017

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