Apple Will Now Replace Your iPhone Battery for $29

Apple doesn’t issue apologies lightly. And the company doesn’t like missing an opportunity to make money. However, Apple ended 2017 offering a begrudging apology, and reducing the price of replacement iPhone batteries. Bringing Batterygate to a satisfying conclusion. In December 2017, Apple finally admitted to what many people had suspected for a long time. Namely, Read More …

A look back at Uber’s hellish year

 We endured plenty of the drama Uber packed in for every five-hundred twenty-five thousand six hundred minutes of 2017 — and what a year! From protests to a major sexual harassment probe, the ousting of co-founder and CEO Travis Kalanick, the crowning of new CEO Dara Khosrowshahi, the promising hints of that long-awaited IPO and Read More …

Are Android Ad Trackers Invading Your Privacy?

Privacy on Google’s Android operating system is always under scrutiny. Between malicious apps stealing your data and integrated trackers, Android users have a rough ride. But the customization, the open-source development platform, and the huge range of handsets attract hundreds of millions of users, myself included. Stories involving tracking usually wash over me. But this Read More …

The PC games to watch in 2018

Now that 2018 is here, it’s time to start clearing out that hard drive and seriously considering another GPU upgrade because this year is going to put some serious strain on your free time, your wallet and your gaming machine.  In the months to come we’re going to see some open-worlds that promise to blow Read More …