Home >> Megan Bailey

Megan Bailey

Megan Bailey is a true journalist, but it wasn’t easy for her to find her true calling. She worked in a PC service all throughout her college and not she is using her hardware and software skills to write technology articles. The thing she loves most about her job is being able to keep tech lovers up to date with the recent trends.

Star Wars Fans’ Dreams Come True With Beat Saber

A screenshot from the game Beat Saber

Star Wars fans can finally enjoy the use of lightsaber with the new Beat Saber. However, even if this is not a Star Wars-themed game, gamers can use laser swords, and that’s what matters. In VR, Beat Saber develops a strange connection between rhythm games and laser swords. If you are wondering how to keep reading to find out. Beat ...

Read More »

The Release of Monster Hunter World and Its Specs

A screenshot from the game Monster Hunter World

Capcom will soon release the action RPG Monster Hunter World which is the sixth in the Monster Hunter series. Previously, this game only appealed to the Japanese public. Now, the game developers have considered simplifying some of the elements in order to make it appeal to the Western market. Hence, the game has become more accessible to new players. The ...

Read More »

A New Way To Stalk People On Instagram

Instagram app on a smartphone

Your favorite social media app has developed a new feature. Now you can stalk people on Instagram since the new update allows you see when users were last active. Instagram turns into stalkers’ paradise. People mostly use the app to share their videos and photos with their friends. Now, the app features an “Activity Status”. Hence, all your followers and ...

Read More »

Google’s New Operating System Fuchsia Works on Pixelbook

The logo for Fuchsia OS

The newly developed operating system Fuchsia runs on Pixelbooks. At the moment, Google only has two OSes on the market, namely Chrome OS and Android. Now, the company develops their third OS. Back in May 2017, the OS did not have a name yet, and it only functioned as an app, running on top of Android. The Fuchsia system UI ...

Read More »

Nintendo Labo: A New Gaming Experience

A Nintendo Labo prototype

On January 18, Nintendo has announced Nintendo Labo. This is a new experiment developed for the Switch console. This new tool will help players insert their console into pieces of cardboard, developing pianos, fishing rods, and robots. The gaming company explains that their new project combines the fun of DIY pieces with the excitement of Nintendo Switch. Players can use ...

Read More »

The New Samsung Galaxy Note 8 for the Olympic Winter Games

Two Note 8 devices

The new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 was specially launched for the upcoming Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. All IOC, POCOG staff and Olympians will get the new Note 8 for free, supplying 4,000 units of this device. The Korean tech company hopes that this new tablet will help those involved in the Olympic Winter Games to document the incredible ...

Read More »

Destiny 2 Faction Rally Has Started

A screenshot from Destiny 2

The first Destiny 2 Faction Rally started yesterday, on January 16th. It has been delayed from December. The first Faction Rally of Season 2 should have followed the release of the Curse of Osiris. Bungie decided to cancel the event in order for the team to re-analyze some parts of the games endgame content. The Faction Rally will last until ...

Read More »

Blizzard World and the New Overwatch Map Will Soon Be Out

Blizzard Wolrd themed park

The release of the new Overwatch Blizzard World Map was announced at Blizzcon 2016. Blizzard World was developed just like a theme park. Here, users will develop all sorts of battles across numerous locations inspired by Blizzard games. The list of locations includes a Heroes of the Storm arcade, World of Warcraft, a Hearthstone tavern, some Starcraft structures and the ...

Read More »

Matching Faces With Paintings: Google’s New App

A girl using Google Arts and Culture app

Google’s Arts and Culture app is matching faces with paintings, finding your artsy doppelganger. Since artificial intelligence finds its place everywhere, this became the reason why Google Arts and Culture is viral now. Users can compare their faces with those they find in different paintings. This was a real challenge for AI, showing what it is capable of while trying ...

Read More »

The New Hyundai Veloster Has Incredible Specs

A Hyundai Veloster

The South Korean automaker has started the year with great news. The company revealed its new Hyundai Veloster in Detroit. The second-generation Veloster is asymmetrical. Before unveiling this car, Hyundai has launched its Hydrogen-powered Nexo during the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show. The overall proportions of the new Veloster will not change too much. However, the fact that it is asymmetrical ...

Read More »