ALL POSTS BY Carl Velasco

Tesla's Autopilot Update Now Rolling Out To HW2 Model S, Model X Vehicles

A new software update for HW2 Tesla vehicles is rolling out, Elon Musk, Tesla’s chief, has now confirmed. It’s poised to bring a functional-yet-still-lacking Autopilot software for all eligible vehicles.

Car Tech

New LG G6 Leaked Renders Emerge: This Could Be What The Upcoming Flagship Will Look Like

Purported LG G6 renders have just been leaked by Ghostek, showing the device’s rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, dual cameras, and metallic body. The LG G6 will be unveiled Feb. 26 at this year’s Mobile World Congress.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 20, 2017

'Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild' To Be The Last Wii U Game, Nintendo Boss Says

Nintendo has confirmed that 'Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild' is the last first-party title for the system. The same game, however, will be one of the launch title for the company’s new console, the Switch.

Video Games January 20, 2017

Nintendo Switch UI Gets The Close-Up Treatment, Reveals Unannounced Games And More

A certain third-party developer may have just given users another glimpse at the Nintendo Switch’s user interface. The leaked photo may have just confirmed account switching mid-game, and other Nicalis titles slated for a Switch release.

Video Games January 20, 2017

Samsung To Reveal Exploding Galaxy Note 7 Probe Results On Jan. 23

Samsung has officially set a date for a press conference to disclose findings from the Galaxy Note 7 probe. The company is expected to pin the incidents on battery flaws and ensure its future phones won’t encounter the same problems.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 20, 2017

Tesla's Autopilot Crash Rate Reduced By 40 Percent After Autosteer Installation, NHTSA Probe Reveals

The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has not found any evidence suggesting that there are defects in Tesla’s vehicles. Hence, the agency has decided not to perform a Tesla vehicle recall.

Car Tech January 19, 2017

Samsung Makes Sure Galaxy S8 Won't Repeat The Galaxy Note 7 Fiasco By Using Thermal Pipes Like The LG G6

Samsung will embed thermal pipes on its forthcoming flagship, the Galaxy S8, to prevent following the Note 7’s fiery footsteps. At the same time, LG will also use a similar technology for its forthcoming flagship, the G6.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 19, 2017

Nintendo Switch Online Services Explained: Monthly NES/SNES Games, Voice Chat, And Everything You Need To Know

For the first time ever, Nintendo is introducing a paid online service for the Switch, providing multiplayer, voice chat and other perks for either a monthly or yearly fee. But, as always with Nintendo it seems, there’s a catch.

Video Games January 19, 2017

Samsung Galaxy S8 Screen Protectors Reveal Home Buttonless Design: They Weren't Front Panels After All

Purported images of tempered screen protectors for Samsung’s forthcoming flagship, the Galaxy S8, have been leaked. As per the images, the smartphone won’t have a home button, as much of the space has been occupied by the near bezel-less curved display.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 19, 2017

Nintendo's Next Mobile Game Is 'Fire Emblem: Heroes,' And It's Heading To Android And iOS This Feb. 2

Nintendo has officially unveiled its third smartphone game: 'Fire Emblem: Heroes.' It’s an offspring of the tactical RPG franchise, and it launches on Android and iOS early February.

Video Games January 18, 2017

Google Buys Twitter's Developer Platform Fabric: The Deal Includes Crashlytics Too

Google has now officially acquired Fabric, a mobile software toolkit Twitter owns. The purchase comes as another indication that Twitter is shopping around its non-core parts to potential buyers.

Business Tech January 18, 2017

EA Boss Says Nintendo 'Forces Us To Think Differently,' Explains Why It Supports Switch

Among developers supporting Nintendo’s new console, the Switch, is Electronic Arts, poised to release a FIFA title for the console later this year. What does it think of Nintendo and the Switch?

Video Games January 18, 2017

Facebook Bought Oculus For $3 Billion, Not $2 Billion: Zuckerberg Discloses Acquisition Details In Trial

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg has revealed that the virtual reality startup Palmer Luckey had founded, Oculus Rift, was actually purchased for $3 billion. The company is currently facing allegations by ZeniMax’s over its intellectual property.

Business Tech January 18, 2017

AT&T 2G Network Officially Shut Down As Carrier's Focus Shifts To 4G, 5G Evolution, And Other Technologies

AT&T has officially shut down its 2G network, essentially killing 2G and EDGE handsets on their tracks, if they haven’t died already. 2G’s exit lets AT&T focus more on 4G and its next-generation 5G Evolution wireless technology.

Internet January 18, 2017

Here's How Mario Fares In Liberty City With 'GTA' Realism [Video]

That didn’t take long at all. A YouTuber has now parodied the 'Super Mario Odyssey' trailer, creating a custom one that takes place in the surly atmosphere of Liberty City in 'Grand Theft Auto IV.'

Video Games January 18, 2017

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Owners On Verizon Will Get All Their Outgoing Calls Redirected To Customer Service

Thousands of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 handsets under Verizon still haven’t been returned, even after the carrier’s attempts to force users to do so. As a last ditch effort, it will relegate outgoing calls to customer service.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 17, 2017

Microsoft Patent Hints At A Foldable Mobile Device: Could The Surface Phone Be A Smartphone-Tablet Hybrid?

Microsoft has just secured a patent for what looks to be a foldable smartphone, whose form factor can be warped into a tablet. But don’t get too excited.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 17, 2017

'Zelda: Breath Of The Wild' Comparison Video Shows The Differences And Similarities Between Nintendo Switch, Wii U Versions

Just how different is the Switch version of 'Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild' from the Wii U Version? Turns out, the two are probably not that different.

Video Games January 17, 2017

Intel's Responsive Retail Platform Will Change The Way You Shop

Intel has just announced its Responsive Retail Platform, a cache of software kits, sensors, and other assets shops can employ to push the shopping experience up a notch. But will retailers jump on the bandwagon?

Apps/Software January 17, 2017

Samsung Galaxy S8 Release Date Rumored To Be Scheduled For April 15

The Galaxy S8 will come out April 15, a new report suggests. The handset itself has enjoyed a slew of rumors, more so now that its release is imminent.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 16, 2017

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