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Check out NASA’s “All About That Bass” Parody

Published by on Jan 5th, 2015, No Comments

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Well now, this isn’t really something you would expect from NASA. They have parodied Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass.” Ladies and gentlemen, I present “All About That Space.” (more…)

Apple and Microsoft back off Android

Published by on Jan 5th, 2015, No Comments


Microsoft, and especially Apple, have had it in for Google over the last couple of years. They formed a consortium, called Rockstar, in conjunction with BlackBerry, Ericsson and Sony, to take on Google with their massive pile of patents.

The patent holding group has now seemingly given up, having sold all of its commonly held patents to clearinghouse RPX for $900 million, or a fraction of the $4.5 billion the total patent pool was worth a few years ago. (more…)

Playstation & Xbox networks up and running after Christmas attack

Published by on Dec 29th, 2014, No Comments

XboxOnePS4ControllersChristmas time is usually a time for family, sharing and all round joy and happiness. Sometimes though certain family time get a bit too much, and for those that can’t listen to their drunk uncle tell his “border-war” stories again find some sanctuary in their console gaming. Unfortunately these gamers were devastated to find both Xbox Live and the Playstation Network were offline and it only got up and running again over the weekend. (more…)

Sony says – “We did not give in” – regarding The Interview

Published by on Dec 22nd, 2014, No Comments

sony_hacker_110603_620x350The Sony hack is still headline news. Since the unexpected outing of many of Sony Entertainment’s closely guarded secrets by North Korean hackers many people have had their say on how Sony reacted to its plans being exposed. Even president Barack Obama criticised Sony Pictures for its decision to pull “The Interview” – a film directed by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg which allegedly slates and makes fun of the North Korean government. (more…)

Sony Xperia Z4 leaks in Sony hack

Published by on Dec 19th, 2014, 7 Comments

z4-spectre-1We know that the next Xperia flagship smartphone is right around the bend. Sony’s crazy 6 month release schedule will see the Xperia Z4 be released somewhere early in the new year. CES 2015 is just a couple of weeks away and I bet we are going to see Sony release their latest installment at the event. Leaks and rumors have touched upon what we might expect for the past month or so now, but now a big one may have just emerged from the recent Sony Pictures hack… (more…)

Instagram rolls out 5 new filters

Published by on Dec 18th, 2014, 1 Comment


Just in time for the holidays – that will no doubt consist of more than a few Kodak moments – the world’s largest photo-sharing app has rolled out some exciting new features, and by features we mean filters.

Instagram has just released a major overhaul on their ever-popular app. In fact, this is the biggest update for Instagram in quite some time and the first time they have added new filters in two years.

The update features five new filter option, each with their own ambiguous, typical Instagram name. You can now choose to filter your photos in either ‘Aden’, ‘Crema’, ‘Ludwig’, ‘Perpetua’ and ‘Slumber’. (more…)

Uber to introduce biometrics and lie detection to screen drivers

Published by on Dec 18th, 2014, No Comments

uberlogoUber has recently come under huge fire for their inability to protect passengers from bad-guy drivers. The company, worth an estimated $40 billion, is determined to improve its worldwide reputation and they are more than happy to introduce some unusual methods. The ride sharing company’s recently hired Head of Global Safety, Philip Cardenas, tells customers that Uber is exploring numerous techniques for verifying drivers, such as biometrics, voice fingerprinting and lie detector tests. (more…)

Twitter might team up with Foursquare in 2015

Published by on Dec 17th, 2014, No Comments

twitter-foursquarePartnerships between different app companies are becoming more and more frequent these days. Recently we saw Spotify and Uber team up to provide an enhanced ride service with your favorite songs playing. Now it seems like there are two more high profile companies that want to go into business in 2015. According to a report from Business Insider, Twitter and Foursquare might be going into business together… (more…)