DVR TV Coming To The Xbox One?

Finally a Xbox update I can truly appreciate. Whenever I boot up my Xbox One, two thoughts quickly race to my mind. 1. What game should I play and 2, is there an update waiting for me? While the first question does require a little bit of thought before finally settling on Madden 25, the second question usually causes me great worry and suffrage. Despite my... read more

HBO’s New Anti Piracy Measure Doesn’t Make Much Sense

Trying but not succeeding. That is the best way to describe HBO's current efforts to cut down on piracy, as the company has announced that they are no longer giving reviewers DVD copies of their TV shows and movies. The companies new anti piracy policy seems miniscule, but is said by many to be a shift in how people will be trusted with HBO's upcoming content. The... read more

Spotify and Starbucks Announce New In Store Partnership

The job of a barista at Starbucks just got a little more intense. Not only are barista's tasked with making coffee, maintaining a positive attitude and keeping things running smoothly at their stores, but now they must also pick the music as well. Well they don't have to, but a new deal between Starbucks and the music site, Spotify, will allow  Starbucks employees and... read more

Sony’s PlayStation 4 (PS4) Finally Gets First Big Price Drop, More To Come!

If you haven’t already heard, Sony officially released a statement saying that today, October 9th, PlayStation 4, the highly desired upgrade to the PlayStation 3, has gotten its first official price drop. Previously at $400 ($399.99), the PS4 is now $50 cheaper at only $350 ($349.99)! For our northern friends in Canada, they will also receive a smaller... read more

Microsoft’s New 2015 Bing Maps Update Redesign May Have Just Won The Maps War

Ever since Google forced their new terrible Google Maps onto the world, millions of people have been looking for a way out. The only real competitor besides Apple Maps which isn't available on PC desktops or non-iOS devices is Bing Maps, but Bing Maps still wasn't better than even the new Google Maps, at least not from my experience. However, this may all be about to... read more

Windows 10 Has Officially Been Released, and Looks Very Promising With Awesome New Features, A Huge Improvement Over the Terrible Windows 8

It has been a long time coming, but Windows 8 is finally dead and gone and Windows 10 is officially here. People buying new computers and laptops soon will no longer have to worry about buying Windows 8 versions, as Windows 8 is finally phased out for good and replaced with Windows 10 at last. A Brief Windows 8 History Microsoft forced Windows 8 on the world,... read more

PS4 Finally Adds DLNA Support and MP3 Streaming Option

If you've done like I have, you have googled every couple months looking to see if Sony ever completed the missing DLNA feature for the PS4. In fact, I returned my PS4 when I learned it did not have DLNA. Well, Sony has finally heard us. Just a couple weeks ago, Sony finally completed and officially released the new DLNA feature. It is not automatically integrated but... read more

Google Removes Ability To Use Old Version of Google Maps, Millions Of Users Join Google Maps Boycott

Besides horrible design and excessive bugs, millions of users hate, even despise the new Google Maps for a variety of reasons, including that fact that the new Google Maps is very slow and it just doesn't seem to work right. You can't find what you need and it can't find many places because search just doesn't work right. Until today, Google allowed users to use the old... read more

YouTube Rolling Out New Subscription Based Service To Avoid Ads, but Will It Solve The Problem Completely?

Tired of seeing ads before you watch a video on YouTube? Wish there was a way to avoid those pesky car and sports commercials? YouTube now has a solution to that problem, but like most things in life, it won’t come free, and it might not fully take care of the problem that it wishes to solve. Bloomberg confirmed earlier today that an email was sent to YouTube video... read more