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Skype is one with the Force with new Star Wars face masks, emoticons

“This is not going to go the way you think.” When Luke Skywalker utters that probably-going-to-be-iconic line, he probably wasn’t talking about apps and games going to go all Star Wars this December.
Target Wallet launched for in-store mobile payment

Target Wallet launched for in-store mobile payment

If you’ve been wondering why Target hasn’t yet adopted the use of the likes of Apple Pay in its stores, you know have your answer. Not unlike fellow retailer Walmart, Target has just announced its own
Target Wallet launched for in-store mobile payment

Target Wallet launched for in-store mobile payment

If you’ve been wondering why Target hasn’t yet adopted the use of the likes of Apple Pay in its stores, you know have your answer. Not unlike fellow retailer Walmart, Target has just announced its own
GM owners can order coffee and more from their dash

GM owners can order coffee and more from their dash

Normally ordering your morning coffee from your car involves you sitting in the drive-thru waiting your turn. GM has a new feature that allows owners of certain vehicles to order coffee from their car
GM owners can order coffee and more from their dash

GM owners can order coffee and more from their dash

Normally ordering your morning coffee from your car involves you sitting in the drive-thru waiting your turn. GM has a new feature that allows owners of certain vehicles to order coffee from their car

Files GO storage manager app by Google now globally available

We first learned about File Go almost a month ago. The storage manager app was first released in test mode but even if still in beta, we managed to test and review the app. We knew it could be too
Google Doodle marks 50 years of teaching kids to code

Google Doodle marks 50 years of teaching kids to code

Teaching kids to code at an early age might be a hot and sometimes hotly debated topic these days, but as early as the 60s, there were already some computer scientists and educators blazing that
Google Doodle marks 50 years of teaching kids to code

Google Doodle marks 50 years of teaching kids to code

Teaching kids to code at an early age might be a hot and sometimes hotly debated topic these days, but as early as the 60s, there were already some computer scientists and educators blazing that

Holy fast Internet, Batman! KDDI, Samsung test 5G on a moving train

It’s not yet commercially available right now, but it’s nice to dream about a future where you will get up to 1.7GBPs of data connection right? At least that’s the result of a test run that KDDI and
Galaxy Note 8 gets a built-in VPN in latest update

Galaxy Note 8 gets a built-in VPN in latest update

Samsung hasn’t exactly been the most religious OEM when it comes to rolling out updates, but when it does, sometimes include some unexpected treats. Take, for example, the Galaxy Note 8, which has
Galaxy Note 8 gets a built-in VPN in latest update

Galaxy Note 8 gets a built-in VPN in latest update

Samsung hasn’t exactly been the most religious OEM when it comes to rolling out updates, but when it does, sometimes include some unexpected treats. Take, for example, the Galaxy Note 8, which has

Android Oreo GO edition available for low-end, low-powered devices

We’ve started our countdown to Christmas and we’re pretty sure you’re already busy with all the shopping and gift-wrapping. But before your favorite holiday gets the best and worst of you, watch out
Secret of Mana Remake will have limited PS4 discs

Secret of Mana Remake will have limited PS4 discs

Almost everything is digitally distributed these days, from software to films to games. The days of lining up your shelves with boxes of varied designs and irregular heights are mostly gone, but some
Secret of Mana Remake will have limited PS4 discs

Secret of Mana Remake will have limited PS4 discs

Almost everything is digitally distributed these days, from software to films to games. The days of lining up your shelves with boxes of varied designs and irregular heights are mostly gone, but some
Lenovo V730 leak: a business laptop that isn’t a ThinkPad

Lenovo V730 leak: a business laptop that isn’t a ThinkPad

Ever since it acquired IBM’s PC business, the ThinkPad has become Lenovo’s standard bearer for its business-class laptops. While it does have its own laptops, including the Yoga and the new V series,
Lenovo V730 leak: a business laptop that isn’t a ThinkPad

Lenovo V730 leak: a business laptop that isn’t a ThinkPad

Ever since it acquired IBM’s PC business, the ThinkPad has become Lenovo’s standard bearer for its business-class laptops. While it does have its own laptops, including the Yoga and the new V series,

Google releases December Security Bulletin for Android, KRACK fix included

You have to thank the Android gods that Google is as regular as the sunrise when it comes to releasing their monthly Android Security Bulletin. Ever since the Stagefright vulnerability was made
Instagram wants you to stop endangering animals for selfies

Instagram wants you to stop endangering animals for selfies

While the world has begrudgingly accepted selfies as something that isn’t completely going away, that doesn’t mean it has become an acceptable behavior in all circumstances. People have done so many
Instagram wants you to stop endangering animals for selfies

Instagram wants you to stop endangering animals for selfies

While the world has begrudgingly accepted selfies as something that isn’t completely going away, that doesn’t mean it has become an acceptable behavior in all circumstances. People have done so many

Updating to Tizen 3.0 might mess up your Samsung Gear S3

Some major updates to your device are worth waiting for, even if it takes them a long time to come to you. And some, when they finally arrive, will apparently mess everything up. At least that’s what