Samsung’s Galaxy S6 Unboxing Commercials Are Awesome (Despite Being Unlikely)

Samsung’s Galaxy S6 Unboxing Commercials Are Awesome (Despite Being Unlikely)

We all know about unboxing videos, you know, those videos popularized by YouTubers who record the unboxing of a brand new product like a smartphone, computer, etc. Samsung decided to take the unboxing video idea and turn … [Read more...]

Destiny Diary, Issue 11: Xur Gets The Last Word; Weekly Heroic and Nightfall Strike Info

Destiny Diary, Issue 11: Xur Gets The Last Word; Weekly Heroic and Nightfall Strike Info

Xur's back in the Destiny Tower for the next two days, and you may be very, very interested in the exotic weapon he's selling this week. Where is Xur? What's He Selling? Xur can be found in the basement lounge of the … [Read more...]

27 of the Best Tech Subreddits on Reddit

27 of the Best Tech Subreddits on Reddit

So you like tech and are a fan of reddit.com... sounds familiar. Everyone knows about r/technology, but really, I think there are better subreddits for tech out there. The reddit community is huge and sometimes finding … [Read more...]

Google Launches “Works with Google Cardboard”

Google Launches “Works with Google Cardboard”

In an effort to keep its burgeoning VR ecosystem humming along, Google announced a new certification initiative called Works with Google Cardboard on Thursday. It’s pretty simple: by registering with Google’s program, … [Read more...]

Netflix CFO: Service Will Be Cheaper in High-Piracy Countries

Netflix CFO: Service Will Be Cheaper in High-Piracy Countries

In the category of "Something You Have to Say to Investors but Probably Don't Want the Whole World Knowing," we have a new entry by Netflix CFO David Wells. It's titled, "Netflix Will Be Cheaper in Countries That Pirate … [Read more...]

Cyanogen Formally Partners with Microsoft

Cyanogen Formally Partners with Microsoft

Cyanogen announced a new, formal partnership with Microsoft on Thursday, only months after the Windows maker provided a sizable investment in the Android competitor. The agreement will mean that future versions of … [Read more...]

Jawbone UP4 Has AmEx NFC Payments

Jawbone UP4 Has AmEx NFC Payments

Jumping on the bandwagon for payments through near field communications, or NFC, Jawbone announced the new UP4 fitness tracker on Wednesday. The device will be capable of letting wearers pay for junk through a … [Read more...]

Demand for Galaxy S6 Higher Than Predicted

Demand for Galaxy S6 Higher Than Predicted

If you’ve had the chance to glimpse a Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge in person, you might not be surprised to learn that demand for the thing is much higher than anyone expected. In fact, both versions of the device are in much … [Read more...]

HTC and LG Might Be Working on New Windows Phones

HTC and LG Might Be Working on New Windows Phones

If you were hoping to get a high-end Windows 10 handset when the revamped mobile OS from Microsoft launches later this year, it seems that HTC and LG will have you covered…probably…maybe. HTC says “We’ll See” The … [Read more...]

EU Files Antitrust Charges Against Google

EU Files Antitrust Charges Against Google

The European Union has formally filed antitrust charges against Google, alleging that the search company “infringes EU antitrust rules because it stifles competition and harms consumers.” Google, of course, has denied … [Read more...]

Destiny: ‘House of Wolves’ DLC Won’t Include a Raid, and That Could Be Trouble

Destiny: ‘House of Wolves’ DLC Won’t Include a Raid, and That Could Be Trouble

For all the knocks that Destiny has taken since it launched in September, there has always been one magical part of the game that keeps players coming back for more: the raids.The raids are end-game content, and you … [Read more...]

First Impressions: The Apple Watch

First Impressions: The Apple Watch

Yesterday morning Mandy and I took a trip to the Apple Store in SoHo (NYC). The purpose of this mission? Try on the Apple Watch, of course. We walk into the store, smiles beaming on our faces, and I excitedly tell the … [Read more...]