Report: Apple Wants to Produce Original TV Shows For Release in 2017

According to a new report by The Wall Street Journal, Apple will soon start production of original scripted TV shows they hope to deliver by the end of the year. Apple first planned to buy scripted series from outside producers, but now it appears they've stepped away from that. According to the leaked plans, Apple … Continue reading Report: Apple Wants to Produce Original TV Shows For Release in 2017

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Samsung Says 96% of Galaxy Note 7s Have Been Returned

Samsung's explosive fiasco all started when the company's Galaxy Note 7 started exploding in September of last year. Samsung had later tried to implement a fix to prevent that from happening, but when that failed, they decided that all phones had to be recalled. In a brief statement this morning, Samsung had confirmed that 96% of Galaxy … Continue reading Samsung Says 96% of Galaxy Note 7s Have Been Returned

Report: Apple’s Working With Carl Zeiss on New AR-Powered Glasses

In November, rumors began swirling about Apple possibly considering entering the eyewear market with a pair of AR-powered glasses. This has been brought back to our attention by Robert Scoble, a technical evangelist who runs the Scobleizer blog. He claims Apple is working together with Carl Zeiss, a German optics company established in 1846, to … Continue reading Report: Apple’s Working With Carl Zeiss on New AR-Powered Glasses

Tidal’s HiFi Subscribers Can Soon Stream “Master” Tracks

Tidal, the music streaming service initially founded by Jay-Z, has announced "Master quality recordings" at CES 2017 available for streaming by paying subscribers of the service's $20/month HiFi option. The new feature will give users the ability to listen to high-resolution audio that outputs in a CD-quality lossless format coming through at 44.1 kHz / … Continue reading Tidal’s HiFi Subscribers Can Soon Stream “Master” Tracks

This Printer Uses Thermal Heat to Print Your Photos

There a lot of interesting things at CES, however this particular device stands out. You might think what could be interesting about a printer, but the Nemonic printer is actually pretty cool: it uses thermal heat to print instead of ink. By using thermal heat to print, the Nemonic printer can save you some cash on … Continue reading This Printer Uses Thermal Heat to Print Your Photos

Xiaomi’s New TV Includes a Modular System and AI for “Well Under $2000”

Xiaomi announced their new Mi TV 4 today at CES 2017, a high-end set composed of soundbar speakers and a 4.9mm thick display that has almost no bezel. However, this is no ordinary display for watching Netflix... All of the components needed for the TV are in the soundbar, not in the display itself, making … Continue reading Xiaomi’s New TV Includes a Modular System and AI for “Well Under $2000”

This is What Will Happen to Vine After It’s Death on January 17th

Even though Vine's life has ended, the app will continue to exist. It's being renamed to “Vine Camera” on January 17th, the official shutdown date. The "new" app will still give user ability to record 6.5-second-long looping videos. However, you'll only be able to post these videos to Twitter (where they will still loop). The … Continue reading This is What Will Happen to Vine After It’s Death on January 17th

Hulu Scores CBS Deal to Offer Even More Content

Hulu is fighting hard to get higher in the streaming game, as they have been busy acquiring multiple deals to enlarge their offering, such as making an exclusive deal with Disney to get over 50 films into their catalog. Now, the streaming service has announced a new agreement with CBS America's largest broadcast network, allowing … Continue reading Hulu Scores CBS Deal to Offer Even More Content