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Facebook celebrates GIF’s 30th anniv with new features

It’s hard to believe that the GIF is already 30 years old, as we probably have just paid more attention to it in the past few years. Facebook and its Messenger have probably been two apps that have
In Canada, unlocked phones aren’t just nice, they’re the law

In Canada, unlocked phones aren’t just nice, they’re the law

While mobile carriers in the US still pretty much have a vice grip on the mobile market, the rest of the world seems to be changing. The European Union’s mandate to abolish roaming charges within its

Flipping Legend lets you discover hidden treasures, become a master of speed

More coins and treasures will be dealt with in this new game from Noodlecake Studios. The company has recently released a new game created by Hiding Spot Games. This action game will have you playing
Galaxy Note 8 benchmark confirms fears of no Android O

Galaxy Note 8 benchmark confirms fears of no Android O

By trying to release the Galaxy Note 8 very early, Samsung will inevitably have to cut some corners. For example, it might not have the mythical on-screen fingerprint sensor because the technology
Got an old Samsung phone? Disable S Suggest to avoid hacking

Got an old Samsung phone? Disable S Suggest to avoid hacking

Those closely following Samsung’s movements, arguably the second largest smartphone manufacturer in the world, probably knows by now how it is pushing Bixby as its Siri, Google Assistant, and Cortana

Samsung let S Suggest domain expire, old phones may be comprised

Sorry, S Suggest users, but you may be vulnerable to your phones being compromised. No thanks to Samsung for forgetting to renew a website domain that is important to its millions of consumers
Microsoft Office desktop version is now on the Windows Store

Microsoft Office desktop version is now on the Windows Store

Remember the days when Microsoft was mocked for having half a dozen editions of everything? Those days might be back. There are a few versions of Windows 10 already, with more from the server and
XSTATION lets you have both an Xbox One and PlayStation 4

XSTATION lets you have both an Xbox One and PlayStation 4

The console wars are often drawn between the Xbox and PlayStation camps (sorry Nintendo), but, whether you’d like to admit it or not, there will always be games from the other side of the fence you
Here’s how to avail of the LG G6’s Second Year Promise

Here’s how to avail of the LG G6’s Second Year Promise

Although offering warranties is a long standing practice in the consumer market, Samsung’s misadventures with the Galaxy Note 7 last year has put such programs under the microscope. Although LG

Waze launches Voice Direction languages in Dutch and Flemish

For those who live in Belgium or in the Netherlands, or those who speak in Dutch and Flemish, we have good news for you, if you use navigation app Waze a lot. They have added two new Voice Direction
Microsoft Modern Keyboard has a Fingerprint ID scanner

Microsoft Modern Keyboard has a Fingerprint ID scanner

While fingerprint scanners are becoming more common in mobile devices, even mid-range smartphones, traditional computers still have a hard time catching up. Never mind new and upcoming laptops,

Sphero rolls out interactive Spider-Man toy with expressive eyes

Trust Sphero for coming up with cool toys not only the kids can play. Even before the BB-8 Droid captured our hearts, Sphero has been around making waves as an Android-controlled robotic ball since
OnePlus 5: Everything you need to know

OnePlus 5: Everything you need to know

In just four days, OnePlus will finally reveal what it has been cooking for the past 6 months. Actually it has almost revealed all of that. Most of its user base will probably be more interested to

Kodak Photo Printer Dock lets you print photos directly from your device

There are a lot of ways that you can now bring your digital pictures to offline life. You have photo printing services, apps, and quick print devices that lets you immediately print from your

Canadian telecom regulator bans locked phones and unlocking fees

There are many reasons why people want to move to Canada. It’s such a nice and welcoming country. Sans the long cold winter season, we know a lot of people who would want to migrate there. And for
Verizon launches its first 4G LTE basic phone

Verizon launches its first 4G LTE basic phone

These days, you’re not going to want a smartphone without 4G LTE capabilities, but would you buy a basic phone with 4G LTE? That’s what Verizon and LG are asking by launching the new Exalt LTE, a

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to be Android 7.1.1 Nougat-powered at launch

Will the Galaxy Note 8 run the latest Android O version? Looks like it won’t but may be powered by Android 7.1.1. The phone was already sighted with Android Nougat when we confirmed it will have
Amazon buys Whole Foods in multi-billion retail expansion

Amazon buys Whole Foods in multi-billion retail expansion

Today Amazon confirmed that it intends to acquire grocery chain Whole Foods. This news comes just hours after Whole Foods’ CEO John Mackey indicated that he would resist such a buyout. Amazon is

More Chromebook models finally getting Google Play Store support

More Chromebooks have just gotten the much awaited Google Play Store. The tech giant said that more models from different OEMs can now download and run Android apps. Some models from Samsung, Lenovo,
Rocket League on Nintendo Switch makes graphics sacrifice for framerate

Rocket League on Nintendo Switch makes graphics sacrifice for framerate

One of the biggest announcements to come out of Nintendo’s E3 2017 showcase was that Rocket League will be coming to the Nintendo Switch. Switch owners have been asking for a Rocket League port since