Phiaton MS 300 BA Earphone review: Great sound after some minor adjustments

Earbuds come in all sorts of shapes, sizes, and capabilities. Each have their own sound, tuning, and features. Today I’ll be talking about the Phiaton MS 300 BA earphones. Keep reading to see how they stand up to the rest of the earbud crowd. Specifications Hybrid Dual Driver Balanced Armature Driver Low Frequency Pass Filter … Read more

Linksys EA8500 Wi-Fi Router review: Solid performance, great features

We have an increasing number of devices that connect to the internet these days. Unless you somehow only have one wired device you’d like to connect, you’re probably going to need some sort of router to keep all of your devices happily connected. In this Linksys EA8500 Wi-Fi Router review I’ll talk about an easy … Read more

NFL will post 3 games from each team to their YouTube channel

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Are you a fan of the NFL? Can’t get enough (American) football in your life? Could you watch some of your favorite team’s greatest moments over and over and over again? You’re in luck! The NFL, for the first time ever, will be posting three complete games from each of the league’s 32 teams on … Read more

Earth has picked up its own asteroid quasi-satellite, or minimoon


When you look up into the night sky, you can almost always see our celestial neighbor the moon. That rock in the sky isn’t going anywhere, but what you might not know is that from time to time we pick up hitchhikers. Astronomers have recently discovered an asteroid that is orbiting Earth acting as a … Read more

Darth Vader confirmed to appear in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy was asked asked about what existing characters might make an appearance in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. She responded with what could possibly be the greatest confirmation ever: I think we can talk about Vader… With just those few simple words, Star Wars fans … Read more

Popular YouTube channel WatchMojo hacked

It’s a day ending in ‘Y’ so chances are good somebody has gotten hacked. Tonight the victim appears to be the popular YouTube list channel, WatchMojo. WatchMojo is based in Quebec, and the site publishes top 10 lists daily including lists regarding movies, TV, videogames, comedy, and more. The YouTube channel currently has over 12 … Read more

Samsung Gear 360 available for $349 under one very specific condition

If you’re interested in picking up the Samsung Gear 360 camera for only $349, you’d better book yourself a ticket to Anaheim, CA for Vidcon. The Gear 360 will be available at this special price starting on Thursday, but only if you’re attending the annual conference celebrating online video. Not planning on attending? You’re not completely out … Read more

Fatal1ty By Monster E3 MVP tournament winner gets BMW M235i

Remember the days when parents would tell their children that video games weren’t good for anything? Those days seem to be long gone, especially when you consider the types of prizes awarded for gaming contests. Over the weekend at E3, Fatal1ty by Monster awarded one lucky winner with their very own BMW M235i. The game … Read more

Tesla Model S Boat Mode Observed, Elon Musk Doesn’t Recommend It


Is there anything that Tesla cars can’t do? Aside from being incredible looking cars, we’ve seen Insane Mode added to the Model S via a software update. We’ve witnessed the Model X and its Biohazard Defense Mode (available on future Model S vehicles) clear out pollution. If you thought the only areas left for Tesla … Read more

Parrot Zik 3 review: Incredible sound, great features

If you like music, there are loads of options available from bargain priced headphones all the way up to the ridiculously expensive. The Parrot Zik 3 headphones sit somewhere in the middle of those two extremes. In this Parrot Zik 3 review I’ll talk about what makes the third iteration of Zik headphones worth your … Read more

Suicide Squad Soundtrack List Released: Covers, Collabs, And Wubs


Suicide Squad is by definition a different type of superhero movie. Most notably, the cast is comprised of super villains rather than super heroes. The bright, shiny branding for the movie is in stark contrast to the other recent DC properties, so it would only make sense that the Suicide Squad soundtrack would be a … Read more

GitHub Hit With Reused Password Attack, Notifying Affected Users

It’s been a rough couple of weeks for people that use the same password on multiple sites. It really should already be abundantly clear that everybody should use unique, strong passwords for every site they log in to. We are, however, seeing yet another example where that hasn’t been the case. The popular code repository GitHub … Read more

Monster And Jonathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel Launch Gaming Headsets At E3

Monster and Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel have recently partnered on a series of gaming headphones, which have been officially launched at E3 2016. Monster is well known throughout the industry for their headphones, speakers, and cables, and their Pure Monster Sound. Even if you don’t follow competitive gaming, there’s a decent chance that you’ve heard of Johnathan … Read more

Appellate Court Backs FCC On Net Neutrality: Internet Is A Utility

The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit very recently ruled on a case set forth by the United States Telecom Association, appealing decisions made by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) which outlined rules for Net Neutrality. The appeal has been completed, with a two to one decision from the panel coming down on … Read more

CO2 Emissions Turned To Stone In Icelandic Experiment

Humans produce an incredible amount of carbon dioxide, which, when left unchecked, makes its way into our atmosphere. Icelandic researchers have discovered a way to more quickly and easily capture some of these carbon emissions and store them in a manner where they will not damage our ecosystem. The Carbfix project has found that under … Read more

Motorola Unveils Moto Mods, Lets You Transform Your Smartphone

We use our phones for everything these days: music, movies, games, directions, and nearly any other form of distraction you can think of. Our phones are already pretty powerful devices, but what if you could quickly and easily augment the abilities of your phone? Moto Mods aim to allow you to transform your smartphone in … Read more

Wasted: A Post Apocalyptic Pub Crawler Review: FPS With Roguelike Fun

For those unaware, Adult Swim is the late night persona of the Cartoon Network. Full of shows that aren’t really meant for kids, Adult Swim has been home to some truly unusual (but usually very funny) things. In recent years, Adult Swim has branched out into the game market, publishing mobile and console games that … Read more

Axl Rose Sends DMCA Request To Take Down Unflattering Photo

There’s a saying when you’re driving in icy or slippery conditions, that if you start to lose control of your vehicle, you should steer into the skid. Doing so helps you right the ship, so to speak, and prevent further damage to you, or your vehicle. That saying should probably be applied to celebrities who … Read more

John Boyega Joins The Cast Of Pacific Rim Sequel

Looks like John Boyega will be trading in lightsabers and Stormtroopers for Jaegers and Kaiju, at least temporarily. Deadline is reporting that the Star Wars actor is on board to play a leading role in the upcoming sequel to Pacific Rim. Very little is known about the plot of the film, but Boyega will reportedly play … Read more

Playtonic Releases Yooka-Laylee E3 Trailer, Announces Delay

Yooka-Laylee, the spiritual successor to the wildly popular Banjo-Kazooie series of games completely and utterly obliterated its Kickstarter goal almost exactly one year ago. The buddy-duo platformer raised £2,090,104, which was well above their fairly reasonable request of £175,000. It’s clear that gamers believed in the Playtonic team, and with good reason. The group consists of former Rare … Read more

[UPDATED] LinkedIn Breach Leads To More Celebrity Twitter Hacks


You probably already saw that some of Mark Zuckerberg’s social channels didn’t have the best weekend, but it seems he wasn’t the only one to get hacked. The recent LinkedIn breach seems to be the most obvious culprit, as the sheer number of Twitter hacks in such a short time is definitely odd. UPDATE (6/6/2016 12:20ET): … Read more

Norway Close To Banning New Sales Of Gas-Powered Cars By 2025

Living in America, it can sometimes be difficult to believe that politicians are actually able to agree on anything. Norway has had a bit more cooperation in that regard lately, and it’s been reported that the country’s government have nearly come to an agreement that would ban the sale of new gas-powered cars as soon as … Read more

Facebook Disabling Messaging In Mobile Web App, Pushing Users To Messenger

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In the not too distant past, there were myriad ways of checking your Facebook messages. You could check on the actual desktop website, use the mobile app, log on to the mobile website, or try out their newfangled Messenger app. Fast forward to the even-less-distant past, and you may remember that Facebook decided to remove … Read more

Instagram Timeline Algorithms Going Live Now

In a move that all but guarantees I will never look at the app again, Instagram has flipped the switch on their new timeline algorithms that change your feed from chronological to what they’re calling “a new way of ordering posts.” Not content with simply adopting a newer, uglier logo, Instagram has decided to alienate a … Read more

Netflix, Nintendo Teaming Up For Live ActionLegend Of Zelda Series

File this one under “oh please oh please let this be true.” According to the Wall Street Journal, Netflix and Nintendo are currently collaborating on a live action Legend of Zelda series. If I weren’t already a Netflix subscriber, I would be throwing wads of cash at my screen right this very second. UPDATE: It … Read more

Lenovo ideapad 700 Review: Improved Performance, Reasonable Price

It seems like only yesterday that I reviewed the Lenovo ideapad 300, a decent laptop for general computing purposes. Today I’m back with the 300’s slightly beefier sibling, the ideapad 700. In this review, we’ll see what kind of performance the Lenovo ideapad 700 can deliver. Specifications Processor: Up to 6th Generation Intel® Core™ i7 … Read more