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PlayStation Classic Edition Coming Soon? Sony Still Thinking About It

Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO John Kodera said that there are internal discussions about a PlayStation Classic Edition. While the PlayStation retro console was not confirmed, the door remains open for it to one day become reality.

Video Games

Antidepressants Linked To Weight Gain And Obesity, With Some Drugs Worse Than Others

Researchers have found that they may be a link between taking antidepressants and the health issues of weight gain and obesity. Some drugs were also found to be worse than others, leading to a higher risk of gaining weight.


HTC U12 Plus, But No HTC U12? HTC Explains The Name

The HTC U12+ is a very powerful Android smartphone but with a confusing name because there is no regular HTC U12. HTC explained why it used that name for the device, and now it all makes sense.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 25, 2018

'I Hate My Mom's Phone,' 2nd Grader Wrote In Heartbreaking Homework From School

'I hate my mom's phone,' wrote a second-grader in a homework from school that had students write about inventions that they did not like. The heartbreaking answer has gone viral, as smartphone addiction affects relationships between parents and their children.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 25, 2018

Keep Ticks Away By Wearing Clothes Doused With Bug Spray Permethrin

Wearing clothes doused in the insecticide named permethrin was proven to be an effective way of protecting against ticks. The findings were published in a study by researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 25, 2018

Apple Knew iPhone 6 Bending Issue Was Real: 'Bendgate' Still Alive

Apple apparently knew all about the iPhone 6 bending issue but kept saying that there were no engineering issues with the smartphone. The information, revealed from internal documents filed in court, brings the spotlight back to the Bendgate controversy.

Apple May 25, 2018

Apple Self-Driving Car Project To Make Driverless Employee Shuttles With Volkswagen

The once ambitious Project Titan, Apple's efforts on self-driving car technology, has been relegated to driverless Volkswagen shuttles for employees. The partnership comes after Apple was rejected by BMW and Mercedes-Benz.

Apple May 24, 2018

New NOAA Weather Satellite Suffers Cooling System Malfunction: How Will This Affect GOES-17?

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is investigating a cooling system malfunction with the Advanced Baseline Imager of GOES-17. The issue is preventing the new NOAA weather satellite from taking infrared images for 12 hours each day.

Space May 24, 2018

'Battlefield V' Returns To World War II With Gameplay Based On Real-World Combat

Electronic Arts has officially unveiled 'Battlefield V,' which brings players back to World War II. How will developer DICE differentiate the game from other first-person shooters, and what are the preorder bonuses?

Video Games May 24, 2018

Sleeping In On Weekends May Help You Live Longer

Sleeping in on weekends may help you live longer, according to a new study. Getting nine hours of sleep during weekends will compensate for sleep deprivation during weekdays, preventing higher risk of death.

Healthy Living/Wellness May 24, 2018

Apple Offers $50 Credit To Customers Who Paid For iPhone Battery Replacement in 2017

Apple is offering a $50 credit for customers who availed an iPhone battery replacement last year, but not everyone is eligible. Here is how you can get the $50 credit, which is related to the controversial iPhone throttling issue.

Apple May 23, 2018

Sunscreen Capsules Do Not Provide Protection Against Sunburn, FDA Warns

Sunscreen capsules and pills do not protect your skin from the harmful effects of sun exposure such as sunburn and skin cancer, warned FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb. The FDA has sent warning letters to the companies behind the misleading products.

Public Health May 23, 2018

PlayStation 4 Life Cycle Enters Final Phase: Is The PlayStation 5 Coming Soon?

The PlayStation 4 life cycle is entering its final phase, according to Sony Interactive Entertainment President and CEO John Kodera. Does this mean that the PlayStation 5 release date is drawing closer?

Video Games May 23, 2018

Astronauts To Mars May Protect Themselves From Cosmic Radiation Effects Like Memory Loss By Taking Drug

Astronauts in deep space missions may suffer from memory loss due to their exposure to cosmic radiation. Scientists, however, have identified a drug that will prevent the astronauts from experiencing impaired memory functions.

Space May 23, 2018

Overwatch Anniversary Event 2018 Now Online: Here Are All The New Skins

The 'Overwatch' Anniversary Event 2018 is now online, offering players new skins, dance emotes, and a Deathmatch map. Out of the 11 new 'Overwatch' skins in this year's version of the event, which one is your favorite?

Video Games May 23, 2018

Apple Quietly Drops USB-C To Lightning Cable Price: What Does This Mean For This Year's iPhones?

Apple quietly reduced the price of its USB-C to Lightning Cable from $25 to $19. The price change might look insignificant, but it may have something to do with what Apple is planning for this year's new iPhones.

Apple May 22, 2018

Fortnite Jetpacks Finally Available: Here's How They Work And When To Use Them

Jetpacks in 'Fortnite' are finally available, three months after the originally promised February launch date. Here's how to use the 'Fortnite' jetpacks as well as the best time to use them for both regular and skilled players.

Video Games May 22, 2018

Robots Growing Organs From Stem Cells: The New 'Secret Weapon' Against Disease

Scientists from the University of Washington developed a system that uses robots to grow human organs from stem cells. The automated process, which also tasks the robots to analyze the organoids, was described as the new 'secret weapon' against disease.

Biotech May 22, 2018

Apple To Unveil Siri Changes And New HomePod At WWDC, Siri Says

Siri is providing clues to what Apple has in store for this year's Worldwide Developers Conference, and all you have to do is ask. The digital assistant teases that WWDC 2018 will feature Siri improvements and a new Apple HomePod.

Apple May 22, 2018

Woman Suffers Brain Damage From Cosmetic Surgery: Doctor Charged With Medical Malpractice, Again

A woman suffered permanent brain damage from a cosmetic surgery procedure that was performed in Georgia. The doctor behind the operation was charged with medical malpractice, but it appears that this is not her first case.

Medicine May 22, 2018

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