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LitePay, a new service for spending and accepting Litecoin (one of many digital cryptocurrencies) anywhere on Earth launched yesterday. With this next leap in the acceptance and availability of Litecoin, cryptocurrencies are more appealing to use than ever. Here’s what you need to know.
Apple’s brand new product, HomePod, has taken the smart speaker market by storm. There are a number of functionality components still missing, but one physical flaw is deterring potential buyers. Here’s what you need to know.
Late last year Apple confirmed that they slowed performance of older devices to protect the aging lithium-ion batteries housed inside of those devices. The revelation caused an uproar and plenty of law suits around the world. Now, Apple is set to make a change. Here’s what you need to know.
Later this week, the tech community from around the world will descend on Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show of 2018. The world will get to see the latest and greatest the tech world has to show for itself. Here’s what you can expect to hear about.
Earlier this year in June Apple unveiled its newest product that began to enter the wide-ranging field of smart home tech. Apple dubbed the device “HomePod,” and it quickly caught the attention of many because of its strengths. Unfortunately, it might be some time before customers can get their hands on one. Here’s what you need to know.
Apple’s brand-new flagship has had very few issues arise from customers around the world, a stark difference from that of previous devices. However, it looks as if customer’s have found an issued with the device’s impressive O-LED display. Here’s what you need to know.
No, you did not misread that. Late last week, Tesla released an update for all of its vehicles that introduced a new acceleration mode for its customers. Here’s what you need to know.
As many know, Puerto Rico is still struggling to get back on its feet after two horrific hurricanes hit the island over the last few weeks and months. Apple and AT&T are partnering to try and get those still stuck on the island connected to love ones and find sources of information to stay safe and find basic necessities. Here’s what you need to know.
Alphabet has begun to deploy balloons carrying LTE equipment to the Puerto Rico area. After Puerto Rico and its surrounding islands were hit by two major hurricanes a majority of the island is still without any form of basic communications. Alphabet is trying to change that. Here’s what you need to know.