Nintendo Switch Update Makes It Easier to Find Lost Joy-Con Controllers

  HIGHLIGHTS Switch console got a substantial software update Users will be able to use the console to make the controllers vibrate The update also makes some additional adjustments to the console Nintendo’s Switch console got a substantial software update that literally helps it keep its act together. The portable console has detachable controllers –Read More

Even if Apple Breaks $1 Trillion, It Won’t Stay on Top Forever

  APPLE JUST BECAME the first US company to surpass $800 billion in market capitalization. Speculation quickly followed that Apple would soon become the first $1 trillion company, with a rumored $1,000 iPhone 8 coming at year’s end. The company’s share price has been on a tear since the beginning of the year, and salesRead More

Facebook, Google Are Managing the Internet When It Suits Them

Google and Facebook are facing new competition to their online business models after President Donald Trump signed a bill putting Internet service providers on a path to being able to monetise online users the same way these technology giants do. Next up is the threatened unwinding of the Obama administration’s net neutrality rules, which couldRead More

Google Local Shopping Tells Customers You Have It In Stock

Are you a local small business retailer? If so, Google made an announcement last week that you should pay attention to. Are you listening? A few months ago Google began experimenting with Google Local Shopping, a service that lets customers find and buy products that are in stock nearby. Whether it’s a certain kind ofRead More

What is TV calibration? And is it worth the money?

From TV salespeople to TV reviewers, you’ll often hear the word “calibrate” thrown around. TV calibration is often claimed to improve performance, increase accuracy and even make the TV less power hungry. But does it? And at what cost? Most calibrations cost a few hundred dollars (or pounds). So this brings up two questions: WhatRead More