Livestream time: How to watch Apple's WWDC 2017 keynote event on June 5 on any device

In a week or so, Apple will kick off its annual WWDC developer summit with a keynote event that will undoubtedly treat us to a slew of announcements. We expect a new version of iOS, a new version of macOS, a new version of watchOS, and a bunch of other exciting things! You can read more about these right below. 
Of course, you wouldn’t want to miss the show, would you? Make sure to save the date:
The event will kick off on June 5 at 10:00 AM PT | 1:00 PM ET
Thankfully, live streaming an Apple …


BlackBerry KEYone sets new record for pre-orders of a BlackBerry device at Rogers

Tweets sent out Friday by Steve Cistulli, President and GM of TCL Communication, revealed just how eagerly anticipated the BlackBerry KEYone is, at least in Canada. The executive said that the KEYone set a new record for the number of pre-orders received by Canadian carrier Rogers for any BlackBerry device. Cistulli also had a message for U.S. consumers interested in the BlackBerry KEYone. He said that on May 31st, when the KEYone launches in the U.S., it will be in stock and available through “different retail channels.”

There are two features of the BlackBerry KEYone that consumers have …

Nike's new cases for the Apple iPhone 7 protect your handset while giving the device some "sole"

Footwear manufacturer Nike has started offering a new line of cases for the Apple iPhone 7. There are two different styles, both taken from actual Nike sneaker designs. One, called Air Force 1, is available in Blue only. The second model, called Roshe, is offered in either crimson or green. Both cases are priced at $35. Just as a heavy duty sole protects the bottom of your feet from taking a pounding, these cases are made to protect your iPhone 7 from drops and falls.

The cases are made from TPU (Thermoplastic polyurethane) plastic. This material is flexible, durable, and strong enough to …

T-Mobile's Premium Device Protection Plus launches this Sunday

T-Mobile will be launching its Premium Device Protection Plus this Sunday May 7th. As you probably could tell from the “Plus” tacked on to the name, this service has all of the same features as the regular plan with some extras thrown in. You might recall that we told you back in March that T-Mobile’s Premium Device Protection includes free AppleCare+. The regular service offers protection against loss, theft and accidental damage.

The “Plus” features include McAfee ID Protection which protects you from identity theft. You will be insured for up to $1 million to cover the expenses incurred …

New Samsung commercials present the Galaxy S8 as a perfect travel guide, excellent VR gaming device

It’s been two weeks since Samsung released the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, so the novelty surrounding the two phones has worn off a bit. But Samsung’s marketing machine marches on, and, with two brand new commercials released on YouTube, it’s making sure that potential customers know what the S8 series has to offer.

The first new commercial presents the Samsung Galaxy S8 as a perfect travel guide – after all, the smartphone can provide information on pretty much anything you need when travelling (as long as you’re connected to the internet, that is), and it also has a great photo camera. …

Spotify could be building its own wearable device

Even though Spotify is the largest streamed music provider in terms of paid subscribers (it has 50 million of them as of March), it does have a disadvantage when compared to Apple Music; the latter sells its own devices that make it easier for subscribers to sign up and use the service. That could very well be the reason why Spotify has posted a job listing for a “Sr Project Manager – Hardware” on its site. According to the listing, Spotify is looking for someone who would be in charge of delivering hardware from Spotify to “new and existing customers.”

Don’t expect Spotify to turn out a …

Moto X (2017) variant appears online as model number XT1805; device sports 4GB of RAM

We have previously shown you images of a phone that is allegedly the Motorola Moto X (2017). With the model number XT1801, the device is rumored to carry a 5.5-inch display featuring a resolution of 1080 x 1920 (FHD). A Snapdragon 625 chipset powers the unit with 3GB of RAM inside. Today, another variant of the Moto X (2017) has surfaced, this one sporting the model number XT1805 and featuring 4GB of RAM. There is a 3.5mm headphone jack on the top of the device, a fingerprint scanner in front and the front-facing selfie snapper has a flash of its very own.

This version of the Moto X (2017) …

How to watch the 2017 NBA Playoffs on your iPhone, iPad or Android device

The 2017 NBA regular season has come to an end and it was quite the roller-coaster for a few teams struggling to make it in the playoffs. There was even a surprise shuffle at the top in the East with the Celtics taking over the first spot after the Cavs struggled in the last few games. It’s all over now, though, and the 8 best teams from the East and the 8 best from the West are now known and ready for an even tougher challenge: the 2017 NBA Playoffs.
But how can you watch the 2017 NBA Playoffs on your iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy, Google …

Supposed iPhone 8 schematics reveal an LG G6-like device

Ever since the original iPhone from 10 years ago, Apple’s smartphones have had what we could call a signature design trait: large bezels (and, subsequently, unimpressive screen-to-body ratios). But this will probably change come September, when an iPhone 8 is expected to be unveiled, sporting a near-bezel-less 5.8-inch OLED display.

While we already tried to envision what the iPhone 8 could look like, we obviously can’t be sure of anything until Apple officially announces the device. Nevertheless, a recently leaked image (coming from China, and seen above) allegedly …

Latest update to the Google app beta hints at a new Google device

The Google app for Android’s latest beta version, v7.0, was pushed out a few days ago, but Android Police’s latest teardown of the app could have possibly revealed the code name of yet another upcoming Google device, following the recently-uncovered fishy names of the possible upcoming Pixel successors, which were found out in much the same way.

The newly-discovered code name is ‘Bisto’, and it doesn’t seem to correspond to any existing device. It was found alongside different device categories, such as Android Auto, Android Wear, Phone, and Pixel, inside …