Mobile World Congress - Day 1

Microsoft 10 Faces Tough Problems With Data Security; Solutions Underway

By Maria Follet - Jan 16, 2017 05:30 AM EST

Microsoft 10 users compain of security breach.

GoPro Updates 2017: Company Will Have 'Now or Never Opportunity in Gaining Back Sales Reputation

By Maria Follet - Jan 02, 2017 05:43 PM EST

The sales record of GoPro dived in year 2016. Will the company be able to rise up in 2017?

Apple's Newest Macbook Pro Disappoints; Consumer Reports Say Its The First Macbook Not Recommended

By R. A. Jayme - Dec 24, 2016 05:30 AM EST

For the first time ever, Consumer Reports has denied Apple's MacBook Pro lineup —all three machines —of recommended ratings, saying battery life inconsistencies are too concerning to ignore.

Samsung Upcoming Flagship Phone, Galaxy S8 Will Include 'Beast Mode', Based Trademark Registration

By R. A. Jayme - Dec 23, 2016 05:30 AM EST

The Korean company has filed for protection of the brand "Beast Mode" in the European Union. The trademark will be used in relation to smartphone software, according to the filing, so it's pretty clear that we should expect Beast Mode to be in the Galaxy S8 when it becomes official in April.

Nissan Leaf 2017 Review, Price, Battery & Range: The Nissan All-Electric Model Now For Sale As Low As $11,500 In Kansas; But Is It Worth It?

By Christon Jervil Ligon - Dec 22, 2016 08:28 PM EST

The entry-level 2016 trim is being offered for an almost absurd price of just $11,510 for the, while for the 2017 version, you just have to add a little over a thousand bucks and you still got yourself a great deal.

Xbox Project Scorpio Expected To Surpass The Playstation 4 Pro With These Amazing Specs, Details Revealed Here!

By R. A. Jayme - Dec 21, 2016 05:30 AM EST

Xbox Project Scorpio has been designed from the ground up to be the next big step in Microsoft's gaming hardware, even if the company states that it's going to sit alongside the Xbox One and Xbox One S.

Shinji Hirano, Former Konami Europe President, Is New President At Kojima Productions

By Jack Bing - Dec 18, 2016 04:16 PM EST

Shinji Hirano, former Konami Europe president, is now the president at Kojima Productions. Kojima Productions first game, Death Stranding, will start full production next year.

U.S. Cities Gaining The Best Brains - And The Ones That Are Losing Them

By Victoria Stark - Dec 17, 2016 09:22 AM EST

The Bloomberg Brain Concentration Index identifies the American cities that are drawing in top talent from science, technology, engineerin, and math. It also mentions the ones that are suffering their absence, whiich is impacting their economy.

Amazon And Twitch Are Working Hand-In-Hand And Making A Real Life Gaming World A Reality

By Rain Cervantes - Dec 17, 2016 06:26 AM EST

The social platform, Twitch, and the online retail giant, Amazon, are simply making an impact in the gamers' world.

Cuba's First Video Game: Will 'Savior' Make the Post-Fidel Country a Gaming Nation? It Depends on Crowdfunding

By Victoria Stark - Dec 15, 2016 08:56 AM EST

The survival of Cuba's first video game, Savior, may depend on crowdfunding. Cubans are rooting for it because its success just might develop a gaming nation, post-Fidel Castro.

China Can Hit the US In These Areas, If Trump Continues His Tough Trade Talk

By Victoria Stark - Dec 15, 2016 08:49 AM EST

President-elect Donald Trump's recent statements that his administration may not abide by the 'One-China' policy in its relations with Taiwan has caused deep concern in China. If pushed back, the Asian superpower can retaliate in ways that can hurt the U.S. economy and its geopolitical influence.

Car Ownership Will Disappear In 5 Years' Time - Killed by Car-sharing And Ride-Hailing Services

By Victoria Stark - Dec 15, 2016 08:47 AM EST

A former executive of Tesla and BMW says that the popularity of car-sharing and ride-hailing services will reduce the appetite of the driving public for ownership of their own vehicles. Another culprit are self-driving vehicles.

Capitalism And Democracy Are Ending- Says the Economist Who Foresaw Brexit and Trump's Rise Decades Ago

By Victoria Stark - Dec 14, 2016 09:35 AM EST

German economist Wolfgang Streeck says that dark days are ahead, and that capitalism and democracy are on a steep decline. It's hard to ignore his warnings, because he foresaw Brexit and the rise of Trump-like candidates decades ago, when no one was inclined to listen.

iOS Is Indeed Replaceable, Google Makes Switching To Android Easier, Find Out Here!

By R. A. Jayme - Dec 14, 2016 06:30 AM EST

Just as when it unveiled the Pixel phone, Google is making it even easier to jump from an iPhone to an Android. And all you need is a Google Drive account.

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