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Motorola Unveils Next Wave Of Moto Mods, Includes Battery Pack, Gamepad, Amazon Alexa Accessory, And More

Motorola has unveiled the next slew of Moto Mods, its own line of modular accessories, for 2017. It also introduced possible Moto Mods concepts, including a photo printer, a multi-sim adapter, and more.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech

Samsung Unveils Updated Gear VR Headset, Comes Bundled With A Controller

Samsung has just unveiled an updated Gear VR headset that comes with its own Oculus-powered controller. Oculus confirmed that over 70 titles are currently being developed to support the new controller.

Wearable Tech

Huawei Unveils ‘Tether-Free’ Watch 2 And Watch 2 Classic: Here’s Everything You Need To Know

After bouts of rumors, Huawei has just made the Watch 2 official, complete with LTE, NFC, built-in speakers, Android Wear 2.0, and more. The wearables will be available starting March.

Wearable Tech

The New BlackBerry KeyOne Carries The Herculean Task Of Reviving The Brand: Can It?

TCL has now unveiled the newest keyboard-bearing BlackBerry phone, the KeyOne, leaving it the gargantuan task of reinvigorating the brand after its protracted drought. But with the price, can it achieve so?

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech

Lenovo Makes Moto G5 And G5 Plus Official: Here Are The Differences

Lenovo has now unveiled the next midrange Moto handsets, the G5 and G5 Plus, rocking near-premium features for a price that won’t break one’s bank. Here are the main differences between the two devices.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech

At Last, Google Makes Assistant Available To Nougat And Marshmallow Phones: Here’s When You’ll Get It

Google has confirmed that Assistant will soon be available to other devices, provided they’re running either Android Nougat or Marshmallow. Expect it to arrive this week.


'The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild' Nabs Perfect Score From Edge Magazine

Edge magazine, which rarely ever gives perfect scores, has given 'The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild' exactly that, praising the game’s immersive open world. The title arrives March 3 for the Nintendo Switch and the Wii U.

Video Games February 26, 2017

How 'The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild' Steps Away From 'Zelda' Traditions

Nintendo’s latest 'Zelda' adventure, 'Breath of the Wild,' borrows 'Zelda' traditions aplenty. There are, however, plenty of opportunities where Nintendo relaxed and steered slightly away from the classic 'Zelda' format.

Video Games February 26, 2017

Here’s How Long You Can Play The Nintendo Switch Undocked At Max Settings

Real-world Nintendo Switch tests have now surfaced, confirming that the system outputs 2.5 hours of gameplay on a single charge. But that’s not the interesting part.

Video Games February 25, 2017

Remember Spaces, The Group Messaging And Content Sharing App? Well, Google Is Shutting It Down

Google has now confirmed that its group-based messaging platform, Spaces, will officially shut down on April 17. Those who used the service prior may save their content before the date.

Apps/Software February 25, 2017

FCC Chair Moves To Halt Broadband Privacy And Data Protection Rules Passed In October

The FCC plans to halt the implementation of a data security rule that compels ISPs to protect consumer data. Ajit Pai, current FCC chairman, plants to prevent the data security obligations from taking effect on March 2.

Internet February 24, 2017

Apple Now Investigating iPhone 7 Plus That ‘Blew Up’

Apple has now confirmed that it’s looking into one woman’s case of an exploding iPhone 7 Plus. Speculation regarding a potential Note 7-level fiasco run rampant, although no evidence is there to support such claims.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 24, 2017

Apple, Google, And More Protest Against Trump Revoking Protection For Transgender Students

Major tech companies have now officially expressed dismay over Trump’s reversal of a policy meant to protect transgender students. This becomes among many of Trump’s decisions as president that Silicon Valley has spoken out against.

Business Tech February 24, 2017

The Hardlight VR Suit Is A $449 Haptic Vest That Will Let You ‘Feel’ VR

Meet the Hardlight VR Suit, a vest device replete with vibration pads that’ll make for more immersive VR experiences. If it succeeds funding, the suit will arrive by September.

Wearable Tech February 24, 2017

There Are Now 10,000 Skills For Amazon Echo, But Do You Need It?

Amazon has now officially confirmed that there are over 10,000 Alexa skills for Echo, its smart speaker. But that number, however impressive, presents challenges that might preclude the public from fully tapping into the smart speaker range.

Gadgets February 24, 2017

Fighting The Good Fight: Google Donates $11.5 Million To Bolster Racial Equality And Justice Causes

Google has announced its commitment to bolster racial equity in the country’s criminal justice system, believing that data can be part of that step forward. It’s donating $11.5 million for the cause, significantly larger than its previous efforts.

Google February 24, 2017

Nintendo Switch First Impressions Suggest Problematic Joy-Con Connectivity Issue: Will A Day One Patch Fix It?

Early impressions for the Nintendo Switch have now surfaced, with the console being put in high regard, except for one particularly concerning issue. A number of reviewers are seemingly reporting reliability issues with the left Joy-Con.

Video Games February 23, 2017

Google’s Waze Carpool Plans To Expand: Watch Out, Lyft And Uber

Google-owned Waze has now revealed plans to expand to other cities and countries, potentially challenging carpooling services offered by Uber and Lyft. It’s not as it easy as it sounds, however.

Car Tech February 23, 2017

Huawei Unveils 360-Degree Honor VR Camera For Smartphones, Supports Livestreaming And 3K Photography

Huawei has officially unveiled its Honor VR Camera, created in collaboration with Insta360. Apart from the fact that it’ll clip on smartphones as an add-on, other details, such as pricing and availability, remain slim.

Gadgets February 23, 2017

Sony Unveils World’s Fastest SD Card: Also Water And Shock Resistant, With 299 Mbps Write Speed

Sony has unveiled the fastest SD card there is, with write speeds of 299 Mbps. The memory cards will be available in spring, arriving in 32, 64, and 128 GB variations.

Gadgets February 23, 2017

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