Two days ago, Nintendo announced the details about Nintendo Online, their online service for the Nintendo Switch. After having gone over the details of it, I’d have to say that not only is Nintendo Online lackluster, it’s a slap in the face of every consumer that bought the switch that wants to use their online functionality. Continue reading Nintendo announced Nintendo Online — and it’s a travesty
Speed, reliability, features. Those are the three main factors I look for in a browser. A couple months ago, I had been curious to see what other browsers were out there. I was primarily a Chrome user for 4 years, with a random blip of Firefox in my history. After going through the gauntlet of browsers, Vivaldi stuck out as a great Chrome alternative, so much so that it is my main browser. Let’s take a look at what makes this feature heavy browser so special. Continue reading Vivaldi – The Best Fork Of Chromium
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!)
2017 was a surprisingly great for gaming on the PC. There were a bunch of great titles, some of which I didn’t even get a chance to try out. Thankfully, I was kept busy with the great titles below. Look forward to our post on top 5 Nintendo Switch titles in the upcoming week! Let’s dive in, shall we? Continue reading Top 5 PC Games of 2017
The SNES Classic Edition released Yesterday. No doubt, thousands of people lined up outside retailers overnight for a chance to relive 80s-90s video game nostalgia. I decided to check out Nintendo NY that day since I was already in the city. Continue reading SNES Classic Edition Launch at Nintendo NY
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
The 2017 Google I/O just wrapped up with their roughly 2 hour presentation that discussed their endeavors for the following year. Android O, YouTube improvements, and AI were all covered in their most recent presentation. But some of the content that they released doesn’t pertain to the average user. Let’s go through some of the highlights, and explain how it will benefit the average Joe like you and me.
Google has been hyping up October 4th 2016 for the past couple weeks. Between Twitter posts and commercials, the search engine giant has a lot to reveal today. We are going to do live coverage of the event here along with our thoughts once the event is over! Continue reading Made By Google Live Coverage
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
Chrome is a great, fast browser. It was a game changer when it first came out, and it is still my browser of choice. One of the greatest features of Chrome is the fact it allows for plugins. These plugins can enhance your user experience and really make the browser feel like your own. I’m going to discuss my personal favorite Chrome Plugins below. Continue reading Essential Google Chrome Extensions
A good mouse can really change the way a game is played. Two button mice with a scroll wheel have been replaced with 13 button monstrosities where every button can be programmed to your liking. Multiple profiles and fast DPI switching are at the palm of your hand with the 1byone USB Gaming Mouse. The packaging was slick, and the presentation of the mouse was much better than expected. Inside the box was the mouse along with an instruction manual and a CD for the software. Continue reading 1byone 4000DPI Programmable Wired USB Gaming Mouse Review