LG G4 Bootloop Problem: Global Software Upgrade Centre the final fix?

LG G4 Bootloop Problem: What is the LG bootloop problem and what’s the latest news? The LG G4 always was, and still is – even

Magic Leap One: All the details on the mysterious mixed reality glasses

And what we still – STILL – don’t know The wait for Magic Leap has been a long roller coaster of emotions, but the company

The Most Overpriced Trucks on the U.S. Market

Gone are the days when you could buy a cheap little car for $4,000. Even when you knew it would fall apart in a few

LG G4 Bootloop Problem : How to diagnose and fix it

LG G4 BOOTLOOP PROBLEM: WHAT IS IT AND WHAT’S THE LATEST NEWS? The LG G4 always was, and still is – even in these heady

8 Cars That Tell the History of Diesel in the US

Almost as soon as the gasoline-powered internal combustion engine was invented, people began trying to come up with something better. After working through the 1880s and ’90s,

Sonos vs. Denon HEOS: Which wireless speaker system stands supreme?

If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Sonos must be feeling pretty flattered right about now. Either that or pretty pissed off. Ever since

10 of History’s Most Infamous Automotive Scandals

It’s hard to be a Chevy or a Ford man when your company is accused of building cars that kill people. There’s nothing quite like the love

10 of the Worst Cars Ever Tested By Consumer Reports

Consumer Reports’ road testing is one of the most thorough and punishing automotive tests in the world. Its in-depth and impartial methods separate the serious contenders from

4 Reasons to Choose a Pebble Watch Over a Fitbit Tracker

There’s plenty of evidence to support the argument that smartwatches need to get smarter. But even activity trackers, which don’t integrate communication or notification functions, may not

ITC judge rules that NVIDIA infringed on Samsung patents

In a tragic – for NVIDIA – reversal of fates, NVIDIA was found guilty of infringing on some of Samsung’s patent related to graphics technology.

Apple being sued over iOS 9 Wi-Fi Assist feature

We should have probably seen this coming a mile away, especially considering how people love suing Apple for almost every consumer misstep it makes. The

Apple loses patent battle over A7, A8 CPU chips

As the source of many patent lawsuits, Apple is no stranger to also being the target of some. This latest one, however, strikes at the

Sony now backtracking on phones’ underwater prowess

Sony’s smartphones have traditionally centered upon three or four key strengths: the OmniBalance design, two-day battery life, high-quality camera sensor, and waterproof rating. Two of

ITC clears Microsoft in 8 year old patent case, Lumias safe

It would have been a devastating blow if Microsoft was blocked from importing its next batch of Lumia smartphones even before its Windows 10 Mobile

10 car makers sued over keyless ignition dangers

Newer vehicles equipped with a keyless ignition may potentially be deadly if adequate safety measures aren’t implemented. We’ve seen reports in the past of drivers

Volkswagen has spent two years trying to hide a big security flaw

Thousands of cars from a host of manufacturers have spent years at risk of electronic car-hacking, according to expert research that Volkswagen has spent two years trying to

Samsung will allow bloatware to be removed but only in China

  Caving in to pressure, or perhaps the threat of a government lawsuit in China,Samsung has revealed that it will be issuing patches that will

US opens probe into second company for air bag inflators that can spew metal fragments

The problem of exploding air bags could be widening beyond Japanese manufacturer Takata Corp. U.S. safety regulators are investigating inflators made by ARC Automotive Inc.

Samsung and Oppo sued over pre-installed bloatware on its phones in China

The Shanghai Consumer Rights Protection Commission has announced that it has taken legal action against manufacturers such as Samsung and Oppo over their practice of

Ericsson takes patent lawsuit against Apple to Europe

  Ericsson, embroiled in patent litigation against Apple stateside, is taking the fight overseas. The Swedish company has filed lawsuits in Germany, Britain, and the