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Tesla Might Have a Self-Driving Car by 2018

Tesla is now officially in the autonomous car race. The company is equipping all its new cars with self-driving hardware, media reported. According to Tesla CEO Elon Musk, the company’s goal is to have a vehicle that can drive itself from L.A. to New York by the end of next year. Tesla’s Future of Autonomous Cars Tesla’s famous electric cars already...

Apple to Reveal Brand New Macs This October

Apple will release a shiny new lineup of MacBook Pros this October 27th, the company recently announced much to everyone delight. Apple’s Mac reveal was supposed to be last month, and the delay initially worried fans. Now, worry no more. The Details According to media reports, Apple will announce new Macs this month and ship it to retailers. Rumors also say that...

Intel to Roll Out 3D XPoint Optane Drives in Late 2016

Remember 3D XPoint Optane? It’s that memory technology Intel said would make computers faster. Intel and partner Micron just announced that PCs with 3D XPoint Optane drives will be available as soon as the end of this year. 3D XPoint Optane Tech at a Glance 3D XPoint Optane is a faster and better tech for high-performing intermediate memory in computers. It’s...

Plot Thickens in Samsung’s Defective Battery Saga

Samsung recently killed its once promising Galaxy Note 7 line, but that does not mean the exploding battery saga is over for the electronics maker, or smartphone makers as an industry. It’s been several months since reports of Note 7 phones catching fire first emerged. Samsung has yet to disclose specific details regarding why the Note 7 phones were catching...

Your Sony PS3 Payday has Arrived

Go check your attic to see if you purchased a “fat” Sony Play Station 3 ten years ago. If you had, your time claim damages over the Linuxgate have come. Why would Sony Owe Me Money? Way back in 2006 when Sony released the controversial PS3, one of the biggest gimmicks of the device was the ability to install Linux. Sony...

Quick Fixes for Windows 10 Privacy Issues

If you have upgraded, so to speak, your OS to Windows 10, you are probably facing a host of privacy concerns. Some of these privacy issues include a high number of ads coming through, and data reporting to Microsoft that users cannot opt out of. You are not the only Windows 10 user facing privacy concerns. There are possibly 399...

Death of Galaxy Note 7 is Affecting Oculus Gear VR

It seems that Samsung is not the only company to suffer from the unexpected and shocking death of the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone. After reports of replacement phones catching fire, the company immediately discontinued the production and sales of all Note 7 phones worldwide. Oculus, the maker of the popular Gear VR, is worried about what the death of...

Amazon Debuts Music Streaming Service

Watch out Spotify and Apple, now there’s a new kid on the music streaming block. Earlier this week, Amazon unveiled Music Unlimited, the company’s own streaming service accompanying the Echo smart home device. Let the Streaming Wars Begin It’s a surprising, and also not so surprising, move from Amazon. For years, Amazon was responsible for a good majority of CDs and...

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is Officially Dead

After dozens of reports of explosions, then subsequent recall of close to 2.5 million units, Samsung has finally pulled the plug on the Galaxy Note 7. The smartphone that was supposed to help Samsung compete with Apple’s iPhone 7 is no more. Samsung has decided to discontinue the once highly-anticipated smartphone because of multiple reports of replacement phones catching...

Twitter is Up for Grabs, but No One is Buying

After months of speculation, Twitter has finally put itself on the market for sale. Bidding is now open. But there’s one problem: no one wants Twitter. Twitter was one of the most prominent social networks. It continues to be a highly significant social network even in the face of tough competition posed by the likes of Instagram. So how come...