Amazon’s New Fire Phone: Will Its 3D Capabilities Burn Competitors?

by Misbah Khanon June 18, 2014
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced the company’s new smartphone dubbed “Fire Phone” (available for immediate pre-order) during a press conference today. The device features mediocre hardware which may allow it to compete in the currently aggressive smartphone market. Amazon’s access to massive amounts of data, in addition to their advanced cloud capabilities, really gives their new phone […]

New iPad Air 2 Touch ID

Is This Apple’s iPad Air 2? Touch ID And Design Changes Depicted In New Leak

by Tanner Marshon June 18, 2014
Recently, a popular French site by the name of leaked images of what they’re claiming is a “perfect replica” of the second-generation iPad Air. At first glance, the “replica,” which is likely just a plastic mockup, appears to be nearly identical to its predecessor.

Updated Emoji 250 New Emoticon

Get Your Texts And Tweets Ready: 250 New Emoji Announced!

by Tanner Marshon June 17, 2014
Today, in an exciting (albeit relatively comical) announcement, the Unicode Consortium announced version 7.0 of the Unicode Standard. Okay, so what does that mean? In plain and simple terms: new emoji, 250 of the unique and expressive characters to be exact. Moving forward, the previously mentioned additions to the realm of emoticons and emoji may […]


YouTube Looking To Ban All Indie Music Artists?

by Adrian D'Ursoon June 17, 2014
Today, Google decided to take further advantage of their power by forcing all musicians on YouTube to sign a contract for their up-and-coming Music streaming service. They threatened any independent artist who refused to sign by not allowing them to upload any kind of video, regardless of the musicians viewership – this act demonstrates a lack […]


iOS 8 Beta 2 Released – How To Install iOS 8 Beta 2 Without Activation Errors

by Tanner Marshon June 17, 2014
Today, over two weeks after having released the first beta iteration of iOS 8 to registered developers, Apple seeded iOS 8.0 beta 2. In today’s video on my secondary channel, I’ve highlighted how it’s “technically” possible to install the second beta on a device that isn’t enrolled in Apple’s Developer program. Things To Note When […]


Pacman, Palutena, and Mii Fighters Coming to Super Smash Brothers Wii U / 3DS

by Adrian D'Ursoon June 16, 2014
At E3 this year, a multitude of new updates to Super Smash Brothers for Wii U and 3DS were announced. The 3DS version finally received and official release date of 10/3/14, while the highly anticipated Wii U version is still slated to be released to public sometime this holiday season. To many people’s surprise, Nintendo decided to […]


League Of Legends Summoner’s Rift Graphical Update

by Adrian D'Ursoon June 16, 2014
A few days ago, Riot games announced that they’re working on a graphical update for the main map of League Of Legends: Summers Rift, which took many by surprise. It’s been quite a while since the developers made such a drastic change and in light of that fact, the revised map is still far from complete. Riot states […]

Apple Store Reviews

Apple On App Store Review Tampering – Watch Out iOS Developers!

by Tanner Marshon June 16, 2014
According to a report from TechCrunch on Friday, Apple is becoming more strict when it comes to fake iOS App Store reviews. In adopting a zero tolerance policy, Apple likely hopes to regain some semblance of organic results for the company's app rankings.