Author Archives: Chris Scott Barr


Apple addresses iPhone 6s battery issues

Apple addresses iPhone 6s battery issues

When you lead a busy and connected life, you rely on your phone for more than you'd probably care to admit. I tend to keep a pretty close eye on my phone's battery level throughout the day when I'm not in the office, so that I'm not surprised by a dead phone at an inopportune time. But what happens when your phone doesn't show the correct battery level? That's something iPhone 6s users are finding out.

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Amazon Prime Air is real, but their drone army isn’t ready

Amazon Prime Air is real, but their drone army isn’t ready

Amazon is a company that thrives on selling products. But they've never been content with just shipping things to your door, and letting them arrive whenever. No, they want them to get there as fast as possible, through whatever means necessary. They've talked about using a drone army to deliver packages in the past, but today they've actually given some solid details about the proposed program.

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New Galaxy Note 5’s won’t let your stylus get stuck

New Galaxy Note 5’s won’t let your stylus get stuck

If you've ever had a device with a stylus, you've likely tried to put it in backwards at least once. Thankfully, every device I've owned like that wouldn't allow me to do much more than fumble for a few seconds, until I realized my error. Unfortunately for Samsung Galaxy Note 5 owners, that's not the case, and it can lead to big trouble.

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Rock Band 1 tracks are now available on PS4

Rock Band 1 tracks are now available on PS4

I've been a big fan of Harmonix's take on the rhythm gaming genre, ever since the first Rock Band was announced. Perhaps one of my favorite features was the idea that the music you purchased would be compatible with future titles. It's taking some time for the company to make good on that for their latest release, but we're finally seeing some progress.

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9-year-old Xbox 360 case hits The US Supreme Court

9-year-old Xbox 360 case hits The US Supreme Court

It's easy to look back fondly at the Xbox 360 as the titan of last generation's console wars. In reality, it was on par with the PS3, and had a host of launch issues. The biggest issue that we all remember was the dreaded “Red Ring of Death.” Personally, I only had to have two consoles replaced because of the RRoD. But today, the Supreme Court is preparing to hear a case regarding another of the Xbox 360's mechanical issues.

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