Samsung’s Chromebook Pro is Officially Coming May 28th

Samsung had originally announced Chromebook Plus and Pro all the way back in January, with the Plus model being released to the public generally soon afterward. But things haven't been as smooth for the Pro variant. Samsung delayed the laptop earlier this month until "later this spring," but it was unclear what this exactly meant. … Continue reading Samsung’s Chromebook Pro is Officially Coming May 28th

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[Update: Confirmed] Sony Casts Tom Hardy as Venom for Upcoming Spider-Man Spinoff

Update:┬áSony has confirmed Tom Hardy will play Eddie Brock in the 2018 film simply titled, Venom. Production of the film will begin this fall. The movie will tie into Sony's own Marvel Universe which will likely consist of Venom and other Spider-Man villains like the Sinister Six. Tom Hardy is Eddie Brock in #Venom, the … Continue reading [Update: Confirmed] Sony Casts Tom Hardy as Venom for Upcoming Spider-Man Spinoff

Microsoft’s Surface Pro Refresh Leaks Ahead of Next Week’s Event

Microsoft will be holding an event next Tuesday, May 23rd, in Shanghai, China. It's been unclear up to this point as to what the company would announce, but as per VentureBeat, we now know the company will finally refresh it's Surface Pro 4 2-in-1 likely with new internals and simply call it Surface Pro. Images … Continue reading Microsoft’s Surface Pro Refresh Leaks Ahead of Next Week’s Event

Google is Fixing It’s Awful Emojis in Android O

Let's face it. Google's emojis in Android right now look pretty bad. They're too cartoon-ish, don't fit in with what any other manufacturer is doing (e.g. Apple, Samsung, etc), and seem like they belong on a child's toy phone. I mean, just look at them. Pretty rough, right? Luckily, it seems like Google has come … Continue reading Google is Fixing It’s Awful Emojis in Android O

Asus Will Release the ZenFone AR with Google Tango and Daydream Exclusively Through Verizon

During I/O 2017, Google delivered Asus' news that the ZenFone AR, a handset with both Google Tango and Daydream support onboard, will be released this summer in the US exclusively through Verizon. This means you'll need to be a Verizon customer to get the handset, but let's hope an unlocked model arrives Stateside at some … Continue reading Asus Will Release the ZenFone AR with Google Tango and Daydream Exclusively Through Verizon

Google’s Bringing Chrome and New UI Elements to Daydream in Major Update

During I/O 2017, Google unveiled the first major update for their Daydream VR platform originally introduced last year. The update will include a new utility set alongside improvements to the UI. There's also a pretty unexpected addition headed to Daydream View headsets: Chrome. Yes, folks. While you're in your VR universe, you'll be able to … Continue reading Google’s Bringing Chrome and New UI Elements to Daydream in Major Update

Facebook Messenger Gets Another Redesign, This Time to Reposition Focus on Messaging

Facebook is really screwing around with Messenger lately. They turned it into a camera app you can text people from, another place to view Stories - heck, they even want you to play games inside it. But here's the thing: none of this matters. Because at the end of the day, most people are just … Continue reading Facebook Messenger Gets Another Redesign, This Time to Reposition Focus on Messaging

Lenovo’s New IdeaPads Take on Much More Modern Designs and Upgraded Specs

Lenovo has updated it's IdeaPad laptop lineup with some new additions that steer away from the company's normal rugged/business designs. Rather, the new 720S, 320S, and 320 IdeaPads are designed for the consumer first, much like what Apple's doing with the 12-inch MacBook. Specifically, these new IdeaPads feature┬ámodern designs made of anodized aluminum and come … Continue reading Lenovo’s New IdeaPads Take on Much More Modern Designs and Upgraded Specs