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Nokia 6 Silver variant now up for pre-order on Amazon

The black version of the Android-powered Nokia 6 has been available for a couple of weeks now in the US, but if silver smartphones are more your speed, then you should be happy now that this variant

The Joy-Con Enabler app does exactly what you think it does

The Nintendo Switch is one of those novel console ideas from the Japanese gaming giant, although truth be told, the jury is still out if it’s a certified hit or not. What it has, though, is some nifty
Google Instant Search is dead and we have mobile to thank

Google Instant Search is dead and we have mobile to thank

It has been nearly seven long years since Google rolled out Instant Search, a feature that irritated a bunch of users early on by presenting search result pages as a user typed their query. You’ve no

Sharp Aquos S2 with on-screen fingerprint scanner, 4K bezel-less screen leaked

Sharp may not be the top name in the mobile game but it still is popular in Japan. The last smartphone from the brand we featured was the AQUOS R released back in April, loaded with 4GB RAM and a
Walmart SNES Classic preorders will all be cancelled

Walmart SNES Classic preorders will all be cancelled

Earlier this week we reported that customers who had preordered the SNES Classic from Walmart were experiencing order cancellations. Though the company hadn’t said anything official about the issue,

Latest Nova Launcher Beta version brings Sesame Shortcuts

The Nova Launcher has been around for over five years now and it’s one of the many reliable app launchers that are regularly updated. The last update we noted was Google Now being added to older
TSA’s new domestic gadget rules will make travel even more frustrating

TSA’s new domestic gadget rules will make travel even more frustrating

The TSA has announced new domestic safety screening rules that will make air travel a bit more frustrating for many travelers. Following the international in-flight laptop ban that had affected some

Save 40% on Final Draft 10 and create screenplays like a pro [DEALS]

Professional screenplay writer? Achieve your best work with the number one selling Final Draft 10, available now at 40% off the regular retail price. Final Draft 10 is the first and last word in
5 steps to Legendary Pokemon GO Raid (Best Boss Kill and Capture)

5 steps to Legendary Pokemon GO Raid (Best Boss Kill and Capture)

In Pokemon GO today we’re running down the five not-so-secret ways in which MODS (aka Modifiers) will allow you to catch a Legendary Pokemon. These modifiers all take place within the capture screen
Cochlear implant beams iPhone audio straight into your brain

Cochlear implant beams iPhone audio straight into your brain

The company Cochlear Limited has taken the wraps off its new Cochlear Nucleus 7 Sound Processor, an FDA-approved technology that is explicitly ‘Made for iPhone’ so that those hard of hearing can

Facebook may be joining the smart speaker market as well

It seems like everyone and their brother want to get into the growing smart speaker market, a market that is expected to grow to $5.5 billion by 2022. We’ve seen Amazon dominate with their Echo
Destiny 2 Beta isn’t final: how a demo can change drastically

Destiny 2 Beta isn’t final: how a demo can change drastically

If you spent the previous weekend playing through the Destiny 2 beta on PS4 or Xbox One, you may have encountered a particularly tough section of the beta’s “Homecoming” mission. Many players got
Glow in the dark walking trail opens to the public in Singapore

Glow in the dark walking trail opens to the public in Singapore

Remember those glow-in-the-dark roads that began cropping up a few years ago? One in Singapore just opened to the public, and it aims to make the length of space safer for people to use at night.

PHOOZY Thermal Capsule introduced, ready for more summer adventures

Summer isn’t over yet. You still have a few more weeks to go to the beach or lounge by the pool before Fall begins and Winter looms. We’re pretty sure you still won’t leave behind your gadgets because
300 Jedi vs 60,000 medieval knights: simulator shows who would win

300 Jedi vs 60,000 medieval knights: simulator shows who would win

Have you ever wondered who would win in a battle between Jedi Knights and regular ole medieval knights? It seems pretty obvious that the Jedi would win (read: slaughter) the metal-sword-wielding

ThingThing takes over development of virtual keyboard Fleksy

If a once thriving app suddenly starts releasing updates, you can safely assume that something is up. And when half your team but not the product itself is acquired by another company, then expect a
The Sims 4 release date announced for Xbox One and PS4

The Sims 4 release date announced for Xbox One and PS4

After three years of exclusivity on PC, Electreonic Arts has announced that The Sims 4 will finally make its way to consoles. Today the company announced the release date for the both the PS4 and Xbox
This espresso machine is made from concrete (and it’s not the first)

This espresso machine is made from concrete (and it’s not the first)

No doubt included on the list of appliances you won’t want to transport often is a new espresso machine called the ‘AnZa,’ one created by designers in California who position the appliance as

Bandai Namco releases Tales of the Rays, new console quality RPG

Bandai Namco has their long-running “Tales” series, and they’ve just released a new game under that banner to the Play Store. It’s called “Tales of the Rays” and as per usual, this is another RPG that
Xiaomi Mi AI smart speaker joins Echo, but at a much lower price

Xiaomi Mi AI smart speaker joins Echo, but at a much lower price

While some companies are still working to get their smart speakers on the market, Xiaomi has launched its own, the Mi AI. This is the first smart speaker launched by the Chinese company, and as we’d