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With the influx of technology, movies and series have become more accessible thanks to on-demand video subscriptions. Of course, some of the more famous examples of this are Netflix and Hulu. “Netflix and chill” has become a thing all around

On June 16, Michelle Carter was convicted guilty of involuntary manslaughter and was sentenced to up to 20 years in prison. The reason? The court found her responsible for the death of her late boyfriend, marine salvage Captain Conrad Roy,

Huawei unveiled its latest flagship offering in Berlin, Germany. The Honor 9 is a much awaited upgrade from last year’s Honor 8–which was a crowd favorite on its own when it was first released. Read below for a detailed rundown

Sometime last year, Verizon was set to acquire Yahoo at $4.83 billion by the first quarter of 2017. But because of a Yahoo security breach, the acquisition deal had to be delayed to the second quarter. Why are they pushing

The future of gaming is more lightweight and compact. Announcements have been made last May 30 during Taiwan’s Computex that Nvidia will be releasing their new Max-Q chips. With the power that these chips promise, gaming laptop thickness can go

2017 marks the 20th year since the late Steve Jobs returned to Apple and forever changed the way we look at technology. In a way, it was Apple that conditioned us to see gadgets as a form of self-expression. Remember

Apple began its annual Worldwide Developers Conference yesterday with major announcements, starting with the unveiling of the 11th version of its operating system. iOS 11’s features are mostly significant tweaks to the past operating system, with emphasis on improving the

Bill Gates took to Twitter to share his advice for the class of 2017. The richest man in the world urged fresh graduates to “start fighting inequity, whether down the street or around the world, sooner.” Moreover, he also suggested that

Everyone is probably overwhelmed with the variety of choices in the smartphone market right now, but listen up: there’s another competitor on the rise that major brands should watch out for. Andy Rubin, the man behind Android, revealed his latest

Careem, Dubai’s trusted transportation booking service, just launched an affordable and convenient delivery service for sending and receiving  small items. It’s the company’s take on the emerging rivalry among other service providers in the area, particularly Fetchr. Through this new