The year 2016 started off as a very busy and productive year for both Motorola and Lenovo. First off, they released 3 new products to the Moto G line of smartphones. These are the Moto G4 Plus, Moto G4 and Moto G4 Play. These 3 smartphones are targeted towards users who are looking to buy smartphones, but have a tight budget.
In fact, with the Moto G4 Plus, you can get a smartphone with a 16MP camera and a fingerprint scanner for a relatively cheap price of $249.
Earlier this year, Moto Z and Z Force were also introduced. Dubbed as the most remarkable phones ever created by Motorola, the company introduced MotoMods. You can magnetically snap these Mods on your Motorola smart phone and they can either have aesthetic or utilitarian purposes, depending on the Mods. more >>
The BioShock franchise is seemingly establishing itself as a cult classic, putting all its three previous titles together in a much-anticipated release.
"BioShock: The Collection" boasts the complete, remastered family: The first two installments and Infinite. If fans are not pumped up yet, Irrational released 36 minutes' worth of gameplay shot from all three titles.
From the depressing underwater city of Rapture to the classic alternate-reality Columbia above the clouds, it is a nostalgic trip loyal gamers should not dare miss. more >>
Samsung has released their best smartphones to date this year—the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge earlier in February, and the Galaxy Note 7 just this month. With the unbeatable specifications of this year's flagships, fans and tech bloggers alike are looking forward to the next iteration of the device.
Galaxy S8 Display Rumors
The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are already being considered as being the smartphones closes to perfection in the market right now. With very few aspects to improve on, the Galaxy S8 faces huge loads of expectations as its predecessors have largely stepped up the game. more >>
Apple released an important patched version of the iOS 9.3.5 today to solve high-security vulnerabilities found in its previous versions. Users can get the patches through updating their iOS.
The release came after two researchers from the University of Toronto's Munk School of Global Affairs, Bill Marczak and John Scott Railton, in cooperation with San Francisco mobile company Lookout, discovered holes that allowed targeted attacks called Trident.
What makes it even more worrisome is that investigations from Citizen Lab believe that a "cyber war" organization from Israel called the NSO Group is responsible for the attacks. They have been targeting three of Apple's vulnerabilities to spy on dissidents, social and human rights workers, and journalists. more >>
Apple will reportedly implement thinner bottom bezels in the 2017 models of the iPhone, ditching the iconic hardware feature that every iPhone released yet has possessed.
No More Home Button
Rumors about the new and upcoming iPhone 7 and 7 Pro (or 7 Plus) are still ongoing and making their rounds in various tech sites and blogs. However, some rumors are skipping ahead and are already looking at the next generation of iPhone to be launched in 2017. One of the first rumors to leak is the disappearance of the Home button. more >>
Microsoft has long reigned the productivity software market, but with the emergence of cloud-based computing, Google seems to follow suit. We now look at these two to decide which one is better, the Microsoft Office 365 or the Google Apps?
Being marketed to small businesses and entrepreneurs, schools, individuals, or even huge companies, office suites have different plans for various needs. Google has two monthly options, one for $5, called Google Apps for Work, and one for $10, called Google Apps Unlimited. However, most of the basic apps and services from Google already come for free and are accessible by just creating a user account. more >>