Iran claims that their engineers have reverse engineered the secrets of the American stealth spy drone RQ-170 Sentinel that went down in their territory last December. To prove it, they have made public some of the encrypted information stored in the plane. If confirmed, it's very bad news for the United States.
It's Amazon pilot season, which means there are a bunch of new shows you can stream via Prime Instant Video for free -- well, their first episodes anyway. The selection includes a handful of animated shows, one of which brings the Teletubbies to mind ( The Numberlys ) and another that targets young adults ( Everstar ).
Documents provided to The Intercept by National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden show new evidence of a long-running surveillance campaign against drones flown by the Israelis, Syrians, and other nations in the region.
Iran claims to have flown a reconnaissance drone over a US aircraft carrier, part of a war-games op the American Navy has blasted as "unprofessional". The incident is believed to have taken place in early January, with the drone part of a combined effort to surveil not only the USS Harry S.
Narrowing an entire year of video games into a list of the 20 titles most worth your attention is always difficult, but it was more difficult than usual in 2015. We could have easily extended this year's list to 30 or 40 games without breaking a sweat or recommending any marginal titles (see our upcoming "best of the rest" list as proof). The year was just that jam-packed with quality titles.
Razer launched its very first laptop, the astronomically expensive 17-inch Razer Blade , almost five years ago. Since then, the company'slineup has grown. It launched a smaller version of the Blade a couple years later, followed by a tablet experiment and some desktops designed and sold in partnership with Lenovo . Up until now, all of those PCs focused on gaming.
Wouldn't it be convenient if the Apple TV could support picture-in-picture functionality?Developer Shows What Picture-in-Picture Would Look Like Running on Apple TV 4 is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
For better or worse, you know what to expect from stealth in a Bethesda game. In Skyrim you can walk into a room, steal everything from everyone present—including their clothes—and walk out without a single eyebrow being raised.
The man who shot down a drone over his Kentucky home last year has filed a new legal response to an ongoing lawsuit, arguing that the case should be dismissed because the federal court lacks jurisdiction. William Merideth shot down a drone flying over his home in June 2015.
PayPal 6.0 for iOS has been released and comes with a brand new redesign and features.PayPal for iOS Redesigned, Claims ‘Most Popular’ Payment Platform in Canada is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
Quanta’s chairman has claimed that a new generation of the Apple Watch is already in the works.Apple Watch 2 Coming in Q2 2016, Claims Quanta is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
A rumour claims one Canadian bank has its employees testing Apple Pay already.Apple Pay Reportedly Being Pilot Tested by Canadian Bank Employees is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
The FBI has asked Apple for access that the Chinese government hasn’t even asked for.Apple Executive Claims FBI is Making Access Demands That China Hasn’t Even Asked For is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
There are less than two weeks till the Christmas, have you got all your shopping done? Me neither. Do you need some ideas or do you just want to read about gadgets instead of shopping for them? Either way, we have you covered. Click through to see a full list of all the reviews and news that we posted this week.
It’s the last week of January and we had quite a few reviews and news posts that you definitely don’t want to miss. To make sure you read everything, click through to see the full list of all our posts from last week.
Chinese researchers have developed a material called an "active frequency selecting surface" (AFSS)—a thin layer of material covered with a substance used in printed circuit boards that can be "tuned" to absorb microwaves at a range of frequencies.
The Razer Blade Stealth is not made for gaming - not on it's own, anyway. When it was first shown at CES 2016, the company suggested that it was meant to be part of a two-device combo, the other being a GPU dock that gives the laptop a massive boost in graphics power.
A new poll from Ipsos Reid shows that ride-sharing services should be required to meet the same regulations as taxisIpsos Reid Study Shows Metro Vancouver Wants Regulations for Uber is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
If it weren't already clear that Razer was expanding to a full "lifestyle" brand, today's release of a real paper pages notebook should do the trick. What you're seeing here is a notebook - for you to write in, not electronic - that's meant to be an exact replica of the Razer Blade laptop lineup at a glance.