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Apple WWDC 2015 – What To Expect

Apple WWDC 2015 – What To Expect

  Apple’s annual WWDC is about to kick off, and when we break it down there are two things you need to know: There will be no new iPhones, iPads, Watches, or MacBooks. This will be the most exciting, most revealing event Apple holds this year. WWDC is when Apple...
Apple Watch – Everything You Need To Know

Apple Watch – Everything You Need To Know

Apple announced the final details and prices of the new Apple Watch Yesterday and we have all the details you need to know about the various models, colors, specs and prices. The guys over at Gizmodo managed to get a hands-on already and we will be referring back to...
The Pirate Bay is Back with a Vengence

The Pirate Bay is Back with a Vengence

The Pirate Bay is back on track with the introduction of several moderators working hard to remove hundreds of fake torrents to restore the site to its former glory. The guys are currently chipping away at the backend to re-establish the site as the top Torrent king...
Bid Now On The Most Desirable PS4 Ever

Bid Now On The Most Desirable PS4 Ever

Last year, Sony rolled out the limited edition Anniversary PS4 in classic PlayStation gray. There were only 12,300 released, each serialized. Now, you can bid on number 1.The 12,300 number corresponded with the Japanese PS1’s December 3rd launch. Sony is...
Pics: Your Phone Is a Bacteria Playground!

Pics: Your Phone Is a Bacteria Playground!

Germaphobes be warned! Your cell phone is potentially the most disgusting germ spreading device of all time. Don’t take our word for it geeks, the folks over at the University of Surrey found some disease carrying bacteria like Staphylococcus aureus after reviewing...
Apple Names Top Apps For 2014

Apple Names Top Apps For 2014

It’s a good day for Elevate, which was just named Apple’s favorite app of 2014. The app, which helps you improve memory and focus, was Apple’s top pick of the year. The runner-up was Instagram’s Hyperlapse, which speeds up shaky videos and...
The Faceless Gods of Google Streetview

The Faceless Gods of Google Streetview

Google’s security algorithms are designed to blur out any identifiable faces that show up in Street View. This technology was originally developed to anonymize people, but it’s been known to tag its fair share of billboards, murals, and – wouldn’t...
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