With apps such as Waze and Uber, users can actually share their location and their trips with friends. For example if you’re heading to meet up, you send them your location and share your trip so that they can track your location as you drive and know how long it will take before you arrive. Read full post →Google Maps Now Lets You Share Location And Trips With Friends


With the introduction of iOS 10, Apple has kind of overhauled its Messages app. Where previously it was an app that allowed users to send and receive SMS or iMessages, the app now does much more and comes with its own app store and stickers where users can use it to spice up their conversations. Read full post →Starbucks Gifts Coming To Apple’s Messages App


About a week ago, OnePlus announced the OnePlus 3T Colette Edition, which is basically the OnePlus 3T in a special limited edition finish. However at the time of announcement, it was revealed that the Colette Edition of the phone would only be available in Paris. This is a bit of a bummer as the handset certainly looks very appealing. Read full post →OnePlus 3T Midnight Black Will Be Coming To North America



Ever since Facebook introduced Facebook Live, the feature has been pretty much exclusive to Facebook’s mobile apps. This meant that even if you were at home sitting in front of your computer and you wanted to start a live stream, you’d have to either use your phone or tablet to do so, but not anymore. Read full post →Facebook Live Is Now Available On Desktop


With calendars being available on your phones, tablets, computers, and smartwatches, is there really a need for a physical calendar like back in the day? We guess maybe for some people, there might, but what if you could combine the physical and digital together? Wouldn’t that be pretty awesome? Read full post →This E-Paper Calendar Will Sync With Your Smartphone


As much as Ubisoft had hyped up the Assassin’s Creed movie, it’s safe to say that it did not really live up to the expectations of many. However given that pretty much every video game movie adaptation has fallen flat on its face, we can’t say we’re too surprised, but what if Assassin’s Creed were to be made into a TV series? Would that be better? Read full post →Ubisoft Confirms Assassin’s Creed TV Series Is In The Works


Unfortunately internet speeds and stability around the world are not equal. There are still parts of the world where internet access isn’t as readily available, let alone fast. This is why companies such as Facebook and Google have created apps that are optimized for possible slower connections. Read full post →Google Photos Updated With Faster Backup And Sharing


When it comes to anime and manga, there are hundreds if not thousands to choose from which we can only imagine can be rather overwhelming for those who are new to the scene. However there are a handful of “classics” or popular animes that most people are familiar with, and Death Note is probably one of them. Read full post →Netflix Releases Teaser For Upcoming ‘Death Note’ Series


When it comes to apps that help to automate certain activities and tasks on our phones, there are several to choose from. One of those apps is Workflow which made its debut in 2014, and now according to a report from TechCrunch (via MacRumors), it seems that the app has since been acquired by none other than Apple. Read full post →Apple Acquires Automation App ‘Workflow’


If you play Blizzard’s Diablo 3 on a console like the PS4 or Xbox One, then you will be pleased to learn that after 3 years, the Seasons feature is finally arriving for consoles, according to a recent post by Blizzard on the Diablo 3 website, a feature that was previously only available for PC gamers. Read full post →Diablo 3’s Seasons Are Now Available On Console