The HTC U12+ was unveiled on May 23rd 2018 and was initially built for the High-end market. At publishing time, the HTC U12+ was priced at $799 USD. As such, it will compete with the best handsets available today, regardless of their prices (most likely on the subsidized market). We will update this article when we get the retail unit which will be suitable for benchmarks and final photo tests. For now, here a detailed first-impressions review of this new HTC 2018 flagship phone. Read full post →HTC U12+ Review: First Impressions

A 504 gateway timeout error is a type of server error – meaning that the server accepted your HTTP request (A request message from a client to a server) but an error prevented the completion of the request. There are numerous reasons as to why it happened in the first place. So, let us take a look at some of the potential solutions to help fix a 504 gateway timeout error. Read full post →How To Fix A 504 Gateway Timeout Error

The public beta version of Android P was rolled out on May 8 and some of the exciting features were discussed at Google I/O 2018. If you’ve tuned into the Google I/O 2018 live stream or been there, you must be aware of the features in Android P or Android 9.0 (as you prefer). In this article, we’ve compiled a big list of new features introduced with Android P. Read full post →What’s New in Android P? (Android 9.0)

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will receive a big update tomorrow which Xbox One owners have certainly been looking forward to. Those who are playing this popular battle royale title on Xbox One will be delighted to find out that the Miramar map is finally coming to their preferred console. The desert map has already been released for PUBG Mobile and it has been in testing on the console for several weeks with players trying out different iterations of Miramar. PUBG Corp. will now be rolling out the desert map widely to games on the Xbox platform.
Read full post →PUBG Miramar Map Releases For Xbox Tomorrow

The Xbox One isn’t capable of saving multiple Wi-Fi passwords right now but that’s going to change after an upcoming firmware update for the console. Microsoft continues to address software pain points that customers bring to its attention by releasing software updates that take care of the problem. Its latest Alpha build addresses two such concerns that Xbox One owners have been complaining about basically since the console was launched.
Read full post →Xbox One Will Soon Be Able To Save Multiple Wi-Fi Passwords

Best Buy has launched a new version of its Geek Squad service to provide customers with round-the-clock support. The new service is called Total Tech Support and it promises total support, as the name suggests, for $200 per year. Those who subscribe to it will be able to get 24/7 tech support online and over the phone but it’s not as simple as that.
Read full post →Best Buy Has A New $200 24/7 Tech Support Service

Ride-sharing service Lyft has decided to expand its network of driver hubs and it has earmarked $100 million for this purpose. The driver hubs will provide a wide variety of services to those who are driving on the Lyft platform. They will be able to get benefits such as low-cost oil changes, basic car maintenance, car washes, and access to “clean bathrooms.”
Read full post →Lyft Spending $100 Million On New Network Of Driver Hubs

Facebook’s Marketplace section already enables users to connect with buyers and sellers in their area to purchase or part with items. It’s an easy way of conducting business through the social network that everyone already uses on a daily basis. It’s taking this one step further by enabling users in the United States to get home services through Marketplace. Users will now be able to get in touch with service providers such as plumbers and carpenters through Marketplace.
Read full post →Facebook Marketplace Now Connects You To Plumbers And Carpenters

The new iPhones that Apple is due to launch this year will reportedly feature its A12 processor which will be built using the 7nm process technology. That’s what reports have suggested so far and if the latest is believed, Apple’s chip supplier has now started production of the 7nm A12 processors for the company’s upcoming new iPhones.
Read full post →Apple’s 7nm A12 Chip For New iPhones Enters Production

One of the reasons why most people choose to shop on Amazon is that the company allows you to return a product once you buy it and realize that it’s not too your liking. However, it appears that the company is now clamping down on abuse of this system. A new report reveals that the company is permanently banning Amazon customers who make too many returns. It has reportedly banned hundreds of customers so far which it felt were abusing the system.
Read full post →Amazon Banning Customers Who Return Orders Frequently