Posts From David Webb

The ultimate Pokemon Go accessory – the Poke Ball battery

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past few months, the world has been taken by storm at the hands of Niantic’s newest geolocation based game, Pokemon

Samsung will be replacing defective Note 7 devices

Still sleeping on the Samsung Note 7? That may have saved your life – or at least your pants – as more than 35 cases have been reported of the

NRG eSports adds Smite World Champions to the roster

NRG eSports has officially signed a deal with Panthera, the 2016 SMITE World Championship and DreamHack SMITE Masters 2016 champions. The team is currently competing in the Smite Pro League European

Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge in pink gold now available in the U.S.

Previously exclusive to only Korea, the pink gold versions of Samsung’s newest smartphones will not be available in the U.S. However there is a catch. The phones will be exclusively available

Driverless cars are coming to the military

That’s right, we are one step closer to Skynet. The Michigan Department of Transportation and the Army’s Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (or TARDEC), recently announced they have joined

Invites for Apple’s September Event have been sent out

We call it the September Event, but let’s just call it what it is – the iPhone Event. The time of year that Apple fans wait for every year is

War Dogs (movie review)

In  2001, 16-year-old Efraim Diveroli bought a shell company from his father called AEY, Inc. While the company was registered as a printing business, Diveroli used it as an arms company

No Man’s Sky player maxes gear on first planet

Kahbaatangs is the name of the planet that 27-year-old No Man’s Sky player Jorgen Fernandez originally started on and has put more than 30 hours into exploring. “The worst thing

PS4 update 4.0 details

Sony has officially announced details about the next major update for the PS4 software. The update, code named “Shingen”, will enter the public beta testing phase soon and will include

The Solus Project (PC Review)

The Solus Project is the newest game from indie developer Sjoerd “Hourences” De Jong, in partnership with indie studios Teotl and Grip Studios. When I first got this game to review, I

Microsoft’s Project Scorpio already has games in development

Earlier this year at E3, we learned that Microsoft had a few things up its sleeve when it came to the future of Xbox and how it viewed gaming. Two of

Belkin mixit Power Pack 6600 (review)

Even though cell phone batteries seem to be getting bigger and bigger, they still are unable to get the user through the day without a recharge. For power users, the

What we can expect from Samung’s Unpacked Event

Samsung’s Note 7 Unpacked event is scheduled for Tuesday, August 2nd. With the event only a day away, the rumor mill has been filtered down to the more likely expectations. Here

SDCC: Grimm star David Giuntoli directs season six episode

As NBC’s Grimm starts shooting its sixth season, star David Giuntoli has taken an opportunity to step out from in front of the camera and direct an episode in the new

SDCC: Legends of Chamberlain Heights on Comedy Central

Comedy Central’s newest animated series, Legends of Chamberlain Heights, is a series in the style of Simpsons and South Park that aims to be more relatable to today’s average high

SDCC 2016: AMC’s Geeking Out

Kevin Smith’s newest TV venture, Geeking Out, is set premier the weekend of Comic-Con with his co-host Greg Grunberg. The news magazine style show promises to be basically Sports Center

Review: The SteelSeries Rival 700 gaming mouse

Walking down the gaming aisles at my local electronics store, I can’t help but notice that the peripherals that are on the market today all seem to look the same.

Why Ghostbusters might just be the surprise movie of the summer

Since the announcement of the re-imagined Ghostbusters, people were criticizing it. Fans of the originals were claiming it will ruin the originals, or at least the first one. Now whether

Five things Niantic needs to do to make Pokemon GO even better

Last week the productivity of the entire planet Earth came to a halt when Niantic and The Pokemon Company finally released the new mobile game, Pokemon GO. If you have

SDCC: Titan’s Doctor Who Comics arrive at San Diego Comic-Con

Whovians attending San Diego Comic-Con this year may have been disappointed to find out that BBC’s Doctor Who will not have a show presence at the con this year due