While rhythm gaming is a popular form of gaming in Japan, most especially on arcade machines, VR gamers should prepare themselves for a very convincing lightsaber-themed rhythm game. Continue reading Beat Saber – Awakening a New Order of Rhythm Gaming
As somebody who has switched over to Android wanting to get the most out of my phone, I was rather disappointed after having figured out that Verizon wanted absolutely none of that on Google’s shiny new flagship phone, the Pixel 2. Thanks to an oversight by the very same phone carrier that disabled this option, you can unlock the bootloader on your phone right now. Continue reading How to Unlock your Verizon Pixel 2’s Bootloader (Yes, really!)
Matt Oswald, creator of Argyle Labs, has been on a mission to create Mugsy, a fully open-source and “hackable” pour-over coffee maker. It can learn how to make coffee from its users as they dial in the settings manually, allowing people who just want a quick cup of coffee to be left with a very satisfying brew. Continue reading How a Self-Taught Programmer Came to Create Mugsy, an Automatic Coffee Maker
Just prior to the release of MacOS High Sierra, an Ex-NSA employee reveals a vulnerability that allows an unsigned application to reveal your entire keychain, which stores information such as credit card numbers and website passwords. Continue reading Ex-NSA Hacker Reveals Mac OS High Sierra Keychain Vulnerability
This year marks the 10th anniversary of Apple’s iPhone, which has forever changed the way people communicate, work, and play. While the innovation of the device has created an industry worth over $470 Billion, it seems that Apple may no longer be the center of attention.
After the initial announcement of the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, the amount of Google searches for both the Pixel 2 and Galaxy S8 surged around 75%, tailing off at 50%. What this means is the competitor’s phones are now being searched on average 25% more prior to the announcement of this year’s iPhones. Continue reading Pixel 2 and Galaxy S8 web searches surge after announcement of iPhone 8, iPhone X
Most of the time when I travel I don’t need a fancy multi-compartment backpack, making a tote bag the go-to method for transporting my things. The LocTote is a surprisingly robust bag that combines security with functionality through its anti-slash fabric, various locking mechanisms, and RFID blocking pouch. Continue reading The LocTote: A Bag Worth Breaking Into
The PlayStation 4 was released three years ago, selling over 40 million units. As time goes on, vulnerabilities in its software begin to appear. Hackers have managed to find their way into the heart of its code, paving the way to a brand-new PS4 jailbreak.
Continue reading Jailbreak for PlayStation 4 is likely months away
At this year’s New York Comic Con, Capcom’s booth showed off their latest VR demo of Resident Evil 7. The demo was showcased using Sony’s unreleased PlayStation VR headset and ‘put me in the mood’ to play some VR games. Continue reading Resident Evil 7’s thrilling VR Experience
While these are a basic pair of earphones, the memory wire easily clings around your ears. The 1byone Earphones with Memory Wire make a perfect pair for those on the move. Continue reading 1byone’s In-Ear Earphones with Memory Wire
To everybody’s “surprise”, the popular Facebook-owned messenger WhatsApp shares information with the social media giant. To make matters worse, they’re also distributing this information to advertisers for monetary benefit. Continue reading Surprise! WhatsApp Shares Your Data with Facebook
Coming soon, you will be able to stream PlayStation exclusive games to your PC. Don’t get this confused with a real PC port, though! Continue reading ‘PlayStation Now’ Coming to PC, Wireless USB Adapter
As a PC gamer, nothing puts a bigger smile on my face than knowing I don’t have to pay for my internet twice. Soon, PlayStation gamers will be paying an even higher premium for a service they should be getting for free. Continue reading PlayStation Plus Users to be Shafted, Pay a Premium