Dozens of new companies and banks now use Apple Pay, report says

Apple Pay is racking up more partners. Dozens of banks and retailers have signed on in recent weeks to work with Apple Pay, Apple’s mobile payment platform that allows users to pay for things by tapping their phones at a point-of-sale terminal, Apple announced Tuesday, according to The New York Times. Companies such as SunTrust, Barclayard and USAA are recent additions to Apple Pay, theTimes reports. Ten banks — including TD Bank North America and

LG is about to take TVs to the next level with quantum dots

LG Quantum Dot TV – A new kind of display is about to make TV images appear even more lifelike. LG will show off a TV based on quantum dot technology at CES 2015 in January, and the company also plans to start selling it later that year. Quantum-dot tech uses extremely tiny crystals — measuring 2 to 10 nanometers — to generate light. (That’s so small that the tiniest crystals are only about 20

‘Bionic Bra’ ?

Australian researchers are working on the the world’s first Bionic Bra that tightens and adjusts based on breast movement. The Bionic Bra, which has been in development for more than 15 years, adds a modern spin to an ancient necessity. Many women do not wear the correct bra size; in fact a good deal of bras on the market don’t provide the right support, especially while you’re working out. In theory, the Bionic Bra would

Apple releases iOS 8.1.2 update to fix bugs and address lost ringtones

Apple iOS 8.1.2 update on Wednesday for compatible iPhones and iPads. The latest version of the mobile operating system will fix a few bugs, and it makes sure users won’t lose ringtones they’ve purchased from the iTunes Store. Apple last released iOS 8.1.1 in mid-November, which mostly focused on improving older devices’ performance. There was a problem, according to Apple, that caused some iPhone users’ ringtones to be inadvertently removed from their devices. Customers can

What to expect from Apple in 2015

What to expect from Apple 2015. Apple found its smile again. After a year without breaching a single new product category, a year when product rollout events began to feel like dour requirements instead of tech entertainment, Apple turned it around in 2014. Like the Apple of old, its product and service introductions surprised us and put the competition on notice. Its iPhone 6 rollout event was vintage Apple, full of excitement, entertainment and even controversy.

5 techie accessories to upgrade your office cubicle

We’ve all seen Office Space — cubicles can be awfully dreary,  Here are the Techie office cubicle gadgets With three walls and a monotone fabric cover, these structures can suck the creativity/productivity/soul out of any worker. Yet somehow, spending the day in a 6 feet x 6 feet box has become the workplace norm in most countries. These dismal workplace crates can be almost impossible to avoid. As the holidays near, we’ve launched an investigation into the best techie gifts

Wireless Christmas Lights

Occasionally an wireless idea comes along that it is hard to believe it has taken so long to come to “live”.  Such is the case with wireless Christmas lights. De-tangling Christmas lights could be a thing of the past from next year thanks to a Kickstarter campaign by entrepreneurs Hardeep Johar and Chris Higgins. The duo were sick of the time-consuming task of holiday decorating so they created Aura Wi-Fi lights to remove some of the