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VSCO video editing tool now available for VSCO X members (Android soon)

VSCO is probably one of the more popular photo editing tools and also photo sharing community that is available for mobile photographers everywhere. And now, the latest product that they are releasing
This camera tech could make Android the photographer’s choice

This camera tech could make Android the photographer’s choice

Never mind swiping through endless filters trying to find the perfect Instagram effect on your latest photo: Google and MIT want to build that right into the viewfinder. Teams from the search giant
Pokemon GO Raid Maps and Moltres : How we’ve burned it down

Pokemon GO Raid Maps and Moltres : How we’ve burned it down

Today is Moltres Raid Day for Pokemon GO trainers around the world – a day when users get down to business and battle this Fire Chicken monster. Today is halfway through the in-game life of the most

LINE update brings new in-chat camera goodies

We knew it was only a matter of line, we mean time, before your LINE messaging app goes and joins the bandwagon of the Snapchat-ization of messaging apps. The latest update to the app, version 2.9.0
PUBG’s first-person update LIVE: servers launch detailed

PUBG’s first-person update LIVE: servers launch detailed

After a slight delay, the update enabling PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds‘ hardcore mode has gone live. Hardcore mode has been in the works for a little while now, and is a highly anticipated feature,
Tesla Model Y: Elon Musk just had a huge rethink

Tesla Model Y: Elon Musk just had a huge rethink

Tesla has hit reset on the Model Y, with Elon Musk crediting the automaker’s executive team for reeling him in “from the cliffs of insanity” over the car. The Model Y is expected to be Tesla‘s first
Intel Coffee Lake CPU may be a bitter upgrade to swallow

Intel Coffee Lake CPU may be a bitter upgrade to swallow

Intel CPU fans eager to upgrade to the chip maker’s upcoming Coffee Lake silicon may find themselves with a bigger than expected hit on their wallet. The new processors are set to succeed Intel‘s Kaby
LG V30 may lose this fan-favorite feature

LG V30 may lose this fan-favorite feature

When the LG V30 is revealed later this month (hopefully), the expectation is that it will offer a secondary display, just like it’s predecessor, the LG V20. We’re learning today that this may not

OnePlus 5’s upcoming new color may be red (or gold)

The OnePlus 5, like previous OnePlus flagship devices, is a pretty decent smartphone. It has been released for a few months now, and while reviews have mostly been positive, there have been a few

Samsung SM-G9298 flip phone launches in China

Samsung has finally and officially announced its latest flip phone. The Samsung SM-G9298 has just been introduced to the mobile market but it will only be available in China. Phone was already leaked
Windows 10 preview gets Eye Control: here’s what it can do

Windows 10 preview gets Eye Control: here’s what it can do

Just yesterday, eye tracking experts Tobii and Microsoft announced a collaboration to bring a new input method to Windows users everywhere. Everywhere where there’s a Tobii tracker, that is. And this

Honeywell thermostats now has Google Home support

As home speakers continue to be a growing market, you can expect connected, smart appliances to also continue to bring support to various connected speakers. Honeywell and its line of smart
Samsung SM-G9298 is the flip phone you’d want but can’t have

Samsung SM-G9298 is the flip phone you’d want but can’t have

Yes, for a certain group of people, flip phones never really went away. Especially when OEMs like Samsung puts out such phones, sometimes twice a year. We already saw the Galaxy Flip 2 that was

ASUS ZenFone AR phone now up for pre-order on Verizon

We may still be waiting for the other ZenFone 4 variants but ASUS is almost ready to release the ZenFone AR. This Tango-powered smartphone which we first heard about last year was leaked and then
Google Earth update arrives on iOS, brings 64-bit version

Google Earth update arrives on iOS, brings 64-bit version

Last April, Google gave the Interwebs a surprising reminder: Google Earth is not dead. It released an update to the globe-trotting software for the Web and Android, but iOS was noticeably missing.
IKEA goes green with Solar Battery Storage solutions

IKEA goes green with Solar Battery Storage solutions

IKEA is probably one of the biggest names in the home furnishing market. Being popular, however, also means attracting even more criticisms and doubters, especially those that have qualms over the

Youtube for Android TV 2.0 meets with complaints, problems

When major updates come to apps and services, you can expect a few grumbles here and there, some warranted, some just because people don’t like change. But this latest version of the YouTube for
iPhone 8 face unlock won’t work with Apple Pay

iPhone 8 face unlock won’t work with Apple Pay

The HomePod firmware, which Apple itself “accidentally” leaked, has been a treasure trove of clues ironically for the iPhone 8 rather than the speaker. Because of that, we’ve gotten whiff of what is
OnePlus is setting up shop in Australia

OnePlus is setting up shop in Australia

OnePlus might act big, but, in truth, it’s a small fish swimming with whales and shark, a startup playing in giants’ court. Rather than be a mark against it, it actually speaks to the company’s

More Samsung Galaxy Note 8 specs confirmed

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is set to be announced in New York this coming August 23. We noted that it may be released in South Korea starting September 15 while pre-order may begin as early as August