Category Archives: Tech

Amazon Alexa Coming to Vehicles

Amazon Alexa

If you have ANY qualms about Amazon’s Alexa and the big security hole it leaves in your life, then you may not want to buy a new vehicle. It seems that a major car manufacturer is planning on including the

Would You Buy a Cell Phone Powered Laptop?

Razer Project Linda

Well, would you? Now, keep in mind, this is not just any cell phone – probably not the one you carry around daily anyhow. While Motorola already tried something like this with their Atrix 4G from a few years ago

Stream Plus Hardware Runs Android Supports Live Television DVR

Stream+ Channel Master

If you are like me, live over the air, television kind of plays a sizable chunk in your entertainment choices. Channel Master is launching their Stream+ device later this month. Why is that interesting? Because it features live television DVR

Uh Oh Apple Say It Isn’t True

iPhone

Everyone knows there is an “Apple tax” for buying their products. This is a not so clever name for the fact that Apple is one of the few companies to still offer free customer service – well, free as in

Search and Help Plant Trees with Ecosia

Ecosia Search Engine

Google has proven that search traffic on the Internet is extremely valuable. They literally built an empire with search traffic as a cornerstone. This means there are literally a ton of copycat and me-too search engines attempting to cash in

Is Amazon Planning to Take on YouTube?

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It is interesting series of events that we are about to discuss here. The juicy part is, Amazon may be preparing to take on Google’s YouTube platform. Before you start screaming fake news faster than our president, read on to

Experience Stranger Things in The VR Experience for PlayStation VR

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Stranger Things is one of those break out shows that most fans did not see coming. How could they? A show set in the 1980’s with a horror/drama theme? On Netflix? Yeah, it came out of nowhere for at least

AOL Instant Messenger Turned Off Today

AOL Instant Messenger

If you are a member of the “old” Internet, i.e. from the 90’s, then you probably remember AOL Instant Messenger. AOL Instant Messenger used to be the way to keep in touch with your friends and family. America On-Line (AOL)

ZTE Axon M, Dual Screen Cell Phone, On Sale

ZTE, the brand I used to really like, have this interesting take on cell phones called the Axon M. This is a dual screen cell phone – think Nintendo 3DS but both screens are the same size. The launch price

Vidme, Popular YouTube Alternative Video Streaming Site, To Shut Down

I don’t usually write these types of articles. Vidme is shutting down. The popular YouTube alternative has recently announced that they will shut down effective as early as December 15th, 2017. The site owners have already disabled new user registrations.

Huawei Ascend XT Review, On Sale For $50 on Black Friday

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I used to be a ZTE guy. My last three phones were all ZTE devices except for that foray into Windows Phones with Nokia Lumia devices (a 521 on T-Mobile and a 635 on AT&T). Now, I am a Huawei

New PayPal Service Targets Kickstarter and IndieGoGo

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PayPal, purportedly the leader in sending and receiving money online, is no longer content with just being a payment processing service. Their new service, PayPal Money Pool, sets the company sights on crowdfunding services such as Kickstarter and IndieGoGo. The

Telltale Games Lays Off Employees

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Even successful companies see periods of downsizing. That is precisely what has happened to Telltale Games who have just laid off approximately 25% of their workforce – or about 90 people. This is not news that I like to write

Six Top Mobile Games To Spruce Up Boring Commutes

Smartphone

Mobile gaming is on the up and up. A host of titles have burst onto the market in recent years and taken it by storm, and in the case of games such as Candy Crush and Pokemon Go, they’ve completely

Movavi Photo Editor Review

Movavi Photo Editor

Attempting to edit a photo can be a frustrating experience – especially the first time that you try it. The fact that most editors cater to professionals who have experience editing photos does little to help that, and often results

Guns ‘n’ Stories: Bulletproof Brings Virtual Reality to Westerns

Guns 'n' Stories: Bulletproof

Fans of westerns have pretty much been left out in the cold. I mean, sure we got stuff like Red Dead Revolver, Six Guns on mobile, and a long time before those two games we had Outlaws by LucasFilm. Other