Tag Archive: Better


4 games that are better on the New Nintendo 3DS

If you’ve snatched up one of Nintendo’s nifty New 3DS handhelds, you’ll be glad to know the updated hardware will help you get a lot more out of the 3DS gaming library. Here are four games you should check out… Read more ›

Apple Watch battery life will be better than expected

Apple has been very quiet about the Apple Watch’s battery life since the initial unveiling in September. The subject has worried a lot of the Apple fans after reports surfaced that Apple Watch may only have 2.5 hours of battery… Read more ›

Apple Watch battery life will be better than expected

Apple has been very quiet about the Apple Watch’s battery life since the initial unveiling in September. The subject has worried a lot of the Apple fans after reports surfaced that Apple Watch may only have 2.5 hours of battery… Read more ›

Android-powered games consoles are almost always a big disappointment, but gaming giant NVIDIA is confident it can change that with the Shield console, a $ 199 set-top box that’s determined to bring you better games. Everything about the Shield is impressive.… Read more ›

Eccentric rocker Neil Young has never been swayed by the critics. He has always made the music he wanted. But he may not be able to be so carefree, as some critics eviscerate his latest musical endeavor – a pricey,… Read more ›

iPhone tracks fitness levels better than wearables

One of the big selling points of wearable devices is that they will be able to help us keep track of various fitness metrics. However, a new report claims smartphones are just as good (if not slightly better) at tracking… Read more ›

Touch ID is going to get a big upgrade in the next iPhone, according to a new rumor from reputable Apple analyst Ming Chi-Kuo. In his latest note to investors, Kuo says Apple plans to upgrade the fingerprint scanning technology in its… Read more ›

Breaking Bad is dead, but it’s all good man. Saul Goodman is back! The Breaking Bad prequel, Better Call Saul, broke cable records with 4.4 million viewers last night, and there are several ways to watch the premiere online. iTunes and… Read more ›

iPhoto is a free download for everyone these days, making it an affordable bit of kit for dealing with the deluge of photographic data we seem to collect everywhere. Even still, it’s oft overlooked by the best of us because… Read more ›

Thanks to Apple’s continued success in Japan, and Tim Cook’s big push to expand into China, everyone forgets about one of the most revealing markets the iPhone 6 has scored big in: South Korea. Why is South Korea so revealing?… Read more ›