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6 Awesome Tech Gifts Amazon Can Still Deliver Before Christmas

Time is running out! Good thing Amazon delivers quickly.

We’ve all been there. You waited a little too long and now you don’t have a gift for someone, right? Don’t panic, don’t stress, there is still a way out of this. Amazon carries some of the best gifts out there and offers some pretty quick shipping methods. If you’re still shopping for people on your list, and need some fresh ideas, here are six great tech gifts  [Read More…]

Google’s new SOS Alerts in Search and Maps deliver info in times of crisis

Google wants you to always be safe, so this week it has rolled out a new tool called SOS Alerts in Maps and Search, which display emergency info in case of disasters. In Search, an SOS Alert will appear at the top of results if a user performs a search on a location that has […]

The alien-looking MotherBox aims to deliver true wireless charging

Wireless charging isn’t a new idea, but it requires that users place their phones on a charging mat. But this innovative project on Indiegogo called MotherBox aims to bring us closer to the era of true wireless charging. In an ideal scenario, you’d be able to walk around the house freely with your phone charging […]

Burger King’s latest ad prompts your Google Home to deliver Whopper facts

Turn the volume high enough and your in-home assistant will tell you all about the flame-broiled Whopper.

We were positively ecstatic when Google initially announced the voice-activated, Assistant-enabled Google Home. Finally, a little gadget for our homes that harnesses the power of Google’s search engine and it’s external capabilities, the same way that the Echo became an extension of Amazon’s shopping and media experience. But that dream is slowly dissipating as we realize these little gadgets aren’t always used  [Read More…]

Google Assistant can now deliver IMDB movie ratings and more

Google Assistant has been recently updated to include 15 new, useful actions. Actions are voice-only commands, like Skills are for Alexa. In the case of Amazon’s intelligent assistant, users can browse third party apps via a dedicated website, but when it comes to the Assistant, Google itself approves and enables skills its cloud servers and […]

Help Google deliver a better Pixel this year

The Google Pixel is unarguably one of the best phones of 2016/2017. But in a few months Google will roll out the next-gen Pixel and the company wants to make sure it will be able to truly deliver the phone of your dreams. Now product lead for the Pixel, mister Krishna Kumar is asking Pixel […]

6 awesome tech gifts Amazon can still deliver before Christmas

Time is running out! Good thing Amazon delivers quickly.

We’ve all been there. You waited a little too long and now you don’t have a gift for someone, right? Don’t panic, don’t stress, there is still a way out of this. Amazon carries some of the best gifts out there and offers some pretty quick shipping methods. If you’re still shopping for people on your list, and need some fresh ideas, here are six great tech  [Read More…]

Sprint to deliver major speed boost to premium phones by unlocking secret capability

Sprint might soon become your favorite carrier. This week at a New York media event, Sprint Chief Technology Officer, John Saw revealed the company has ambitious plans when it comes to your high-end smartphone. Come 2017, Sprint wants to roll out a software update for premium phones such as the Galaxy S7, LG G5 and

Uber will now deliver delicious food in 30 minutes across central London

UberEATS has launched in London, enabling those located within the center of the UK capital to have food delivered within 30 minutes. Just when you thought the company had revolutionized the hiring of taxis, it now wants to bring delicious food right to your door step.

Before looking into using the service, you can check if your home or work address is covered by Uber on the official website. If you’re all set to go, think  [Read More…]

New York Times partners up with Google to deliver another 300,000 Cardboard viewers

The New York Times and Google have teamed up once again to fire out more Google Cardboard viewers. The companies plan to roll out 300,000 new units to digital subscribers of the news outlet. This move is in conjunction with “Seeking Pluto’s Frigid Heart,” a VR experience set to be published on the NYT.

This particular film enables viewers with the headset to fly over Pluto, stand on the surface and view its moons on the  [Read More…]