Samsung Galaxy S9, launch, pre-order and release date for public may have been revealed in full. Here are the details.



It’s that most wonderful time of the day again when you get to dig deep into your pockets to spend some money on some wonderful products and accessories. We all love spending money, and we all love taking delivery of those purchases, but we also all love saving money as part of the process. That’s where our daily tech deals step in.




Twelve South has announced PencilSnap magnetic case accessory for Apple Pencil which attaches easily to Smart Keyboard. Here are the details.



Apple’s WebKit team has released Speedometer 2.0 for benchmarking web apps. Here are the details on this latest release.



Sony has just announced PS4 5.50 beta download as new System Update for PlayStation 4, and you can sign up to it right now. Here’s what you need to know.



Here are Kodi keyboard shortcuts for Windows, Mac, Linux platforms for things like mute, favorites, subtitles and much more in a list form to help you use and navigate Kodi interface faster.




10 years ago today, late Apple CEO Steve Jobs walked onto the stage at Macworld to reveal the super-thin MacBook Air from within a manila envelope.



There is literally no better way to start the working week than by delving into yet another round of high-quality and highly affordable technology deals. You could be looking to bolster your own technological arsenal or to just make an affordable purchase for someone else. Either way, these deals will give you something to focus your attention on.



Malware is something that we all need to be very aware of, even those of us using Apple’s Macs. Unfortunately, the first undetectable malware of 2018 has now been identified, and it has already been found targeting Macs for a number of days.



Finally. Both Toyota and Lexus have confirmed that they are bringing Apple CarPlay support in their future vehicles line up. Here are the details.



Here’s iOS 11.2.2 jailbreak possibility for iPhone X and other iOS devices based on what is publicly known so far.



One research organization is looking into using your body heat to mine cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Eherium. Here’s what you need to know.



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