Samsung Still Caught Up in Galaxy Note 7 Recall Despite Promising Upcoming Releases

Samsung has managed to recover only about 60 percent of the recalled Galaxy Note 7 smartphones sold in the United States and South Korea, the company said earlier this week. Samsung issued a global recall for its Galaxy Note 7 phones earlier this year due to a defective battery prone to overheating and exploding. Though the recall has been effective...

Zuckerberg Shares Incredible Details about Facebook’s Arctic Data Center

Mark Zuckerberg recently shared rare photos of Facebook’s first overseas data center on his profile page. While data centers don’t usually make it to the news (unless they explode), this one has several unbelievable reasons to be worth paying attention to. Facebook’s latest data center is located near the southern end of the Arctic Circle. And this location is...

Quick Fixes for Common Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Problems

The Galaxy S7 Edge entered the smartphone market with a bang. It’s still the most beloved Samsung phone this year, despite the release of the ambitious (and ultimately recalled) Galaxy Note 7. There are plenty of things to like about the S7 Edge; IPV8 water resistance, for example. Then there are those annoying problems. Here are quick and easy...

Best iOS 10 and iPhone 7 Apps to Check Out

Now that iOS 10 has finally been unveiled to the world with the release of the iPhone 7, it’s time to check out the best apps for the smartphone. The iOS 10 platform brings some nifty new features to Apple devices, like deeper Siri integration (whether you like it or not). If you have an iPhone 7 already, you are...

Google Self-Driving Car Involved in “Worst Crash Yet”

Tesla is not the only autonomous vehicle to be involved in accidents. One of Google’s driverless Lexus cars has been involved in a nasty crash in Mountain View, California, the company said in a statement. Fortunately, no humans were hurt. However, pictures taken at the site show that the right side of the self-driving car was seriously damaged. Fault of...

Great Tools to Prevent Advertisers from Tracking Your Activity Online

Do you feel like digital advertisements are following you around on the internet? You are not being paranoid. The Truth about Online Advertising Online advertising technology is designed to track all the sites you visit. When you do a Google search, visit a streaming website, or go to a forum, advertisers have trackers to know where you go. Their aim is...

Cool Tools That Could Be in Your Home Soon

Do you know what kind of tech you could own in the next five years? Then the best place to start looking is online crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo. Aspiring tech startups and entrepreneurs often go to crowdfunding sites to get their projects to the completion stage. Most gadgets featured on these sites are not mere ideas. Some...

Massive Yahoo Hack Leaves 500 Million Users Vulnerable

Yahoo just revealed that a major hack, which occurred in 2014, has compromised the data of 500 million users. The hackers have stolen profile names, emails, passwords, and other sensitive information such as security questions and dates of birth. Yahoo attributed the hack to a “state sponsor.” Yahoo Issues Security Notice Millions of people who still use Yahoo services like email...

Nokia Might Unveil World’s Fastest Internet Connections

The internet connection speed is one of those facts about modern life that we like to complain about the most. Right now, the world’s fastest internet connections are provided by Google Fiber, which sells broadband internet speeds of up to one Gigabit per second. Verizon’s FIOS also offers similar speeds. However, both these companies might soon lose to Nokia....

Federal Government Takes a Hands-Off Approach to Hands-Free Driving

In the United States, the auto industry is one of the most heavily regulated sectors. The aim of the government is to ensure public safety and reduce road accidents. But with new autonomous cars that will soon hit America’s roads, the government regulation stance is rather mild. The U.S. recently issued a “safety checklist” for self-driving cars hoping to...