Tech

Flying away from reality with the Gear VR

(Image credit: Samsung) By Kevin Casper While desperately avoiding the slippery slope of following up some recent PC upgrades with an HTC Vive, I recently opted to pick up the

Turn your Android smartphone into a Gameboy with Smartboy

While Hyperkin is best known for their retro console releases such as the Retron 5 and the Supaboy, it will be adding a portable Gameboy system to that list, well sort

E3: Hands-on Nyko Charge Blocks

At E3 most of the coverage and major announcements revolve around the video games, as they should. That doesn’t mean, however, that there are not tons of great new peripherals

Steam’s 2016 Summer Sale has begun!

Ladies and Gentlemen, it’s that time of the year again when people jump for joy and their wallets cry in agony as the Steam Summer Sale once again graces us

My experiences with four digital assistants

By Kevin Casper Have you used a digital, voice-activated assistant? I’ve used four. I wanted to share some of my experiences, insights, and comparisons of them. A quick look at

EMTEC’s GEM Box impressions

With all the big consoles already out and dominating the gaming scene, EMTEC decided to throw its hat in the ring – while still giving gamers something a bit different – with the

The Messengers: A Podcast Documentary Trailer

Gaming is often more than just a hobby; its a passion. It’s something we care about, more than just the occasional gaming session. We like to read articles on websites

E3: Hands-on with the new Astro A50s

Astro headsets are already among the best in the gaming world. The A40s and its wireless brother, the A50s, are amazing, and this year at E3, we were able to sit

E3: Immerex Cinema VR Goggles hands on

Virtual reality seems to be a making a big splash in the industry lately thanks to the Oculus Rift. As companies try to make the user experience more dynamic and

Review: Optoma NuForce BE6i Wireless Bluetooth In-Ear Headphones

In a time when almost everything is wireless and always need updating, wireless headphones are one of the many tech items we’re looking to upgrade. Optoma Technology is doing just that

Optoma expands headphones line with NuForce BE6i Wireless headphones

  Optoma, a world-leading manufacturer of video and audio products, is set to release their new premium wireless headphones, the NuForce BE6i. This is the predecessor to the award-winning BE6, and

Say goodbye to OS X and hello to macOS

At Apple’s annual WWDC conference on Monday, the company announced the newest operating system coming this fall: macOS Sierra. With the new update that rolls out free in the fall, Apple

iOS 10 will (finally) let you delete the stock apps

As a former iPhone user, I can tell you that one of the biggest complaints I had was the inability to delete and replace Apple’s stock apps with apps that

Sunspring: A sci-fi short written by an AI, starring Thomas Middleditch from Silicon Valley

Thomas Middleditch of the show Silicon Valley stars in a new sci-fi short called Sunspring. The first time I watched Sunspring I had no idea what was going on or

Razer’s ManO’War Headset is powerful, yet affordable (review)

For years now, we’ve seen different companies try to win customers over with sweet words like “the true experience”  when it comes to different features in their gaming headsets. Many don’t live up

New Xbox One image leaked, showcasing slimmer look

With mere hours being all that separates us from all the incredible news and information to come from E3, new images have recently surfaced, revealing the latest design of the

Xbox One summer update brings the PC and Xbox even closer

If you have been following any of the news coming out of Microsoft, then you are probably already aware of their quest to merge the Xbox with the PC to create

T-Mobile brings their latest industry-disrupting moves at Uncarrier 11

Monday, June 6th, brought T-Mobile’s latest event – Uncarrier 11. For those of you not familiar, the Uncarrier events are where CEO John Legere announces new features and options for

Razer’s first capture card is a great upgrade for streamers (review)

It’s become easier than ever to share your gaming content on the internet thanks to services like Twitch.TV and Youtube. With very little effort and money you can start your

Sorry, India, no refurb iPhones for you

The government of India has rejected Apple’s proposal to sell refurbished iPhones in the country. However, it is considering the application Apple submitted, seeking a waiver of the mandatory local