There are plenty of ways to have fun with your phone, most of them revolve around apps. Besides games, another genre of apps that we have really been enjoying lately is the voice changing ones. After going through a bunch of them, we are excited to show you our three favorite ones. Read full post →Best Voice-Changing Apps On Android and iOS

Italian hacking group CPY has been trying to crack Assassin’s Creed Origins privacy protections for a few months now and it has now announced that the Assassin’s Creed Origins crack has been achieved on PC. This means that pirated versions of the title will be able to bypass DRM protection. Assassin’s Creed Origins has proven to be a tough cookie to crack for pirates compared to other modern games that also use Denuvo.
Read full post →Assassin’s Creed Origins Crack Achieved On PC

without HDR+ on Pixel Visual Core on the left – with on the right

Some Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL owners might not be aware that their handsets include something called the Pixel Visual Core. It’s the first custom imaging co-processor that Google has ever made. It enables third-party apps like Instagram and Snapchat to take HDR+ quality pictures that users could previously take only with the native camera app. Google disabled this functionality by default but it has now confirmed that Pixel Visual Core is being enabled for third-party apps as well.
Read full post →Google Enables Pixel 2 HDR+ Feature For Third-Party Photo Apps

Sony has introduced a new Gold Wireless Headset that it’s going to start selling to customers later this month. The company says that the new design has been developed to provide enhanced comfort and performance which becomes absolutely essential during those long gaming sessions. Sony confirms that the new Gold Wireless Headset is going to be available in the United States in the next few weeks.
Read full post →Sony Unveils New Gold Wireless Headset Coming Later This Month

Even though the global tablet market has seen better days, Apple continues to be the leader, outselling its biggest rivals. Latest data from industry tracker IDC shows that Apple sold more tablets than both Samsung and Amazon combined. Apple itself confirmed in its earnings results that it sold 43.8 million iPads in 2017.
Read full post →iPad Continues To Rule The Tablet Market

Those who own a Sony Xperia X or Xperia X Compact can rejoice but it appears that the company has now started rolling out the Android 8.0 Oreo update for these handsets. Sony has been quick to update some of its devices to the latest iteration of Android. It first released the update for the Xperia X Performance back in November last year. It has now rolled out the firmware update for the Xperia X and Xperia X Compact.
Read full post →Sony Xperia X And Xperia X Compact Oreo Update Rolling Out

As people are getting more and more curious about how they can buy bitcoin with credit card, banks are trying to eliminate the credit risk that is part and parcel of a volatile digital currency. Three major banks in the United States have confirmed that they will no longer let their customers buy digital currencies with credit cards. The UK’s Lloyds Bank has also confirmed that its customers won’t be able to buy bitcoin with credit card as well.
Read full post →Lloyds Bank Won’t Allow Customers To Buy Bitcoin With Credit Card As Well

It hasn’t been confirmed as yet when the 2018 addition to the Call of Duty franchise is going to be. If an industry insider is to be believed, this year’s title is going to be called Call of Duty Black Ops 4. The insider also mentions that this title will make its way to the Nintendo Switch as well. The new title is said to offer a “boots on the ground” experience, meaning that forward-thinking equipment like jetpacks seen in titles like Advanced Warfare may not be present.
Read full post →Call Of Duty Black Ops 4 Reportedly Due This Year, May Support Switch

Broadcom recently made an unsolicited $105 billion offer to acquire Qualcomm even though the chipmaker isn’t up for sale. The hostile bid was not well received by the company’s board which not only rejected it but all of Broadcom’s nominees for seats on its board. It was reported that Broadcom could sweeten the deal to convince some major Qualcomm stakeholders and the company today submitted what it says is its “best and final” offer worth about $121 billion.
Read full post →Broadcom Makes Final $121 Billion Offer To Qualcomm

Spotify is undoubtedly the most popular music streaming service in the world as it announced last month that it has 70 million paying subscribers. Apple Music comes in second place with 30 million paying subscribers as of September 2017 but the service is set to pass Spotify in paid subscribers by this summer in the United States. That’s because Apple Music appears to be gaining subscribers at a higher rate in Apple’s home country.
Read full post →Apple Music To Pass Spotify In Paid Subscribers This Summer