Based on the videos and movies we’ve seen about martial artist Bruce Lee, we all know not only is he an expert when it comes to hand-to-hand combat, but he is also rather proficient at certain weapons. So the question is, if lightsabers were the real deal, how’d you reckon Lee would fare when it comes to wielding them and fighting against them? Read full post →Video Imagines How Awesome Bruce Lee Would Have Looked Wielding Lightsabers



Folding clothes has been a house chore that has been left remarkably intact despite all the technological evolution and revolutions we had in the past 100 years. FoldiMate proposes a clothes folder which can fold select items perfectly within ~10 seconds. The company plans to sell it for less than $1000. Read full post →FoldiMate Folds Your Clothes


We’re sure that much to the delight of many gamers, just the other day Dark Souls Remastered was announced where it is expected to arrive on the PC, PS4, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch. The idea of a remastered version of the game got everyone pretty excited, leading to some speculation, which has since been clarified by Dark Souls theorist VaatiVidya. Read full post →Dark Souls Remastered Will Not Be Using Any New Assets


As far as digital assistants are concerned, Amazon was considered to be somewhat late to the game and entering into a market where companies like Apple, Microsoft, and Google had long established their own digital assistants, but yet Amazon managed to fight their way to the top with Alexa and spawned a series of smart speakers. Read full post →Microsoft Playing The Long Game In The Digital Assistant Market


If you have been hearing about the Fujifilm X-H1 and are thinking that it sounds like something you might be interested in, it seems that you won’t have to wait much longer before the camera is officially announced. A report from Fuji Rumors has revealed that the announcement dates for the X-H1 is set for the 14th/15th of February. Read full post →Fujifilm X-H1 Announcement Reportedly Scheduled For February 14


It’s safe to say that no one really expected too much when the first John Wick movie was released. After all we have seen plenty of revenge-style movies after the hit that was “Taken”, but yet the movie surprised us all, going on to spawn a second successful movie (and a third in the works), and now it looks like the John Wick franchise will be expanded onto TV. Read full post →John Wick ‘The Continental’ TV Series Will Be Coming To Starz


The concept of foldable phones aren’t exactly new. In fact to a certain extent clamshell phones are technically considered foldable, and companies such as Kyocera have in past launched similar handsets. In fact last year ZTE launched their own foldable phone, the ZTE Axon M, and it seems that the company plans to build on it. Read full post →ZTE Plans To Keep Experimenting With Foldable Smartphones


It seems that some Google Home Max owners are running into some trouble with their devices when it is connected to their WiFi network. According to the reports which were posted onto the Google Product Forums, it seems that for some users, the Home Max is “killing” their WiFi networks and only a hard reset of the modem and router will fix it. Read full post →Google Home Max Reportedly Killing Some WiFi Networks


Last year there were rumors claiming that Sony’s 2018 smartphones could feature the use of OLED displays. That hasn’t exactly come to pass with the launch of the Xperia XA2, but then again it is possible that Sony might be reserving the use of the technology for their flagship handsets. Read full post →Sony Mobile Job Listing Hints At OLED Xperia Handsets


When it comes to adopting new technology, the speed at which is adopted depends on the companies that implement it. For example while 4G LTE connectivity was first made available, Android OEMs were quick to adopt the modems needed to support it, whereas it took Apple a few years and the launch of the iPhone 5 in 2012 before they adopted it into their phones. Read full post →ZTE Aiming To Launch 5G Smartphones In The US By 2019