Internet addiction is either a minor issue or the scourge of mankind, depending on who you ask. The more devices allowing people to connect to the internet all the time, we really should have seen this news coming. A 31-year-old US Navy serviceman has become the first person to be diagnosed and treated for addiction to his Google Glass.
Most of the details for the upcoming Android L have been revealed, and it is only a matter of time before it begins to ship on new devices. However, Google has been extremely secretive about the name of the operating system; and it only gets worse with the most recent video released on Youtube.
A group of French drone enthusiasts have decided that if they are unable to fly real spaceships in a Star Wars style Pod Race, they might as well get the next closest thing. With that in mind Airgonay, the club in question, set up a racing course in the French Alps and had a short competition with 24 drone pilots.
Now that Samsung has shown to the world that its Galaxy Note 4 is pretty strong and can withstand the company’s very own lab three-point bend test and 100kg of human weight sit test, the Korean company wants to show you that the display used is very strong too. Samsung has just released a drop test video for its latest phablet, dropping the phone randomly from various heights and even tumbled around inside a box. Will the phone survive?
Final Fantasy XV is beginning to be set up as a story that takes places during a road trip. Hero Noctis and his three buddies just driving across the countryside having an adventure. This has lead the internet to come up with a series of memes by photoshopping new backgrounds into press pictures. FFXV director Hajime Tabata has decided to help these people along by releasing more assets from the game.
No thanks to the whole “bendgate” issue on the iPhone 6 Plus, the internet is now filled with stress test videos by individuals and even by phone manufacturers. We’ve seen some of Apple’s stress test, Consumer Reports released their own “official” tests, Samsung showed off its Galaxy Note 4 in a test, and now it’s OnePlus’ turn.
The user manual for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has been released for download, and users have discovered an interesting note in the troubleshooting section. It appears that the gap between the screen and bezel that users have complained about is not a manufacturing flaw, but rather a necessary manufacturing feature.
The joke that China is capable of copying anything appears to have been taken to its logical end with reports of a physical version of Blizzard’s Hearthstone card game appearing. While one might expect cheap knockoff cards sold without any idea of what the game is about, these bootleggers have put a lot of effort into their work; and if the story by Games In Asia is anything to go by, is actually a fun novelty experience.
The whole iPhone 6 Plus “bendgate” issue sure took the internet by storm yesterday (and it’s still on-going). We’ve seen plenty of pictures of bent iPhone 6 Plus, this user proved that the first phablet from Apple is indeed bendable by one’s bare hands. A lot of companies and individuals have taken the opportunity to poke fun at Apple once again, and here are some of the funniest ones we’ve seen so far.
The image that has gone viral across social media, showing the owner of the RM7800 iPhone 6 Plus
Wow. Just when you think the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus cannot get any more expensive than current scalper prices, a popular local smartphone reseller may have just set a record for the most expensive price for an iPhone 6 Plus in the country.
A documentary about Football Manager (previously known as Championship Manager) is set to be screened in the UK early next month. Titled An Alternative Reality: The Football Manager Documentary, it examines how the game has impacted the modern game of football; from how former Manchester United striker Ole Gunnar Solskjær grew up with it, to the advent of Premier League scouts using the game database to assist with discovering new talent.