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  • BlueWire Headset Records Calls From Both Ends

    29 January 2015, 9:31 pm by: Edwin Kee

    In this day and age, it is not too much to ask for a device that is capable of recording not only audio, but a video call as well from both ends. However, to be able to find a headset that does just that – now this is something different which is pretty much…
  • Robot Writers Help The Associated Press To Improve Earnings

    29 January 2015, 9:31 pm by: Edwin Kee

    Now here is a novel method to make sure that robots are able to help us out in our lives, making it better through the use of automation technology in order to write its earnings reports. In fact, The Associated Press (AP) claims to have generated 3,000…
  • Google’s Smart Lock Feature Now Available To All Chromebook Users

    29 January 2015, 9:28 pm by: Tyler Lee

    Wouldn’t it be awesome to be able to lock/unlock your laptop using just your phone? It would certainly save you time from having to always enter your password and to manually logout of your computer everytime you step away. Now some of you guys might recall…
  • Instagram Falls Behind Twitter In Number Of Users And Active Users

    29 January 2015, 9:27 pm by: Tyler Lee

    In the battle for popularity between Instagram and Twitter, who do you think is the more popular? Granted both are different in their offerings, but if you had to pick, which would you think comes out on top? If you said Twitter, you would be right. This is…
  • PS Vita Accessory Gives The Handheld Console L2/R2 Triggers

    29 January 2015, 9:25 pm by: Tyler Lee

    One of the cool features of the PlayStation 4 would be its remote play feature that basically lets you play games from the PS4 console on another device, like the PS Vita for example. Unfortunately due to the difference in design in the PS Vita and the PS4’s…
  • Bank Of America Will Drop Windows Phone Support

    29 January 2015, 9:11 pm by: Edwin Kee

    It was not too long ago that we brought you word that Chase Bank would no longer support the Windows Phone mobile operating system, and when you see one of the market leaders make a move, what will the rest of the industry do? Bank of America, the second…
  • BBM Beta For BlackBerry To Come With Landscape Support

    29 January 2015, 9:09 pm by: Edwin Kee

    Do bear in mind that this might be a limited beta at the moment, and will not be made available to just about everyone at the moment, but at least it will appease some of the masses who were not too happy that BBM on iOS has already obtained landscape support.…
  • LG H959 Appears On GFXBench

    29 January 2015, 9:08 pm by: Edwin Kee

    The LG G4 has had its fair share of drama and rumors surrounding it, will it or will it not be revealed at Mobile World Congress at the beginning of March this year just happens to be one of them, and we have already answered that question recently. Well, what…
  • Yu Yureka Gets Sold Out In A Matter Of Seconds…Again

    29 January 2015, 8:48 pm by: Edwin Kee

    It was just last week that we brought you word on how the Yu Yureka, a smartphone from the folks over at Micromax that will run on the Cyanogen operating system, was sold out in a matter of just seconds over in the world’s second most populous country,…
  • Yahoo App For iOS Gets New Features

    29 January 2015, 8:46 pm by: Edwin Kee

    It is more or less a given that a piece of hardware or a particular software should not remain as it is for all time – it will surely get outdated, and in order to maintain interest and grow your market share, it would be wise to ensure that new features and…
  • Sony Xperia Z4 Allegedly Certified In Indonesia

    29 January 2015, 8:44 pm by: Edwin Kee

    Just about everyone knows that there will be a new flagship device from Sony arriving later this year, and it will no doubt continue from where the Sony Xperia Z series left off – which would mean the latest model number would be known as the Sony Xperia Z4.…
  • Google Glass Did Not Have The Impact Google Was Hoping For

    29 January 2015, 8:40 pm by: Tyler Lee

    Back in 2012, Google took the wraps off their Google Glass wearable. For a moment there it looked like it be the next big thing, but unfortunately the product took too long to reach the market, not to mention its asking price to be part of the Explorer program…
  • Forever 21 Hit With Lawsuit Over Pirated Software From Adobe, Corel, Autodesk

    29 January 2015, 8:38 pm by: Tyler Lee

    While using pirate software is wrong and illegal, we guess it is understandable that for individual users, paying hundreds if not thousands of dollars for a single piece of software does seem a bit expensive, but for companies to use pirated software? That…
  • Google Play Beats Out iTunes In App Downloads, But iTunes Still Leading In Monetization

    29 January 2015, 8:38 pm by: Tyler Lee

    In the early years of the battle between iOS and Android, Apple had the bragging rights in terms of the number of apps available in the iTunes App Store as Apple held the lead for quite a while. However over the years and with Android becoming more prevalent,…
  • Elgato Issues Recall For Smart Power 6,000mAh Battery Packs

    29 January 2015, 7:57 pm by: Tyler Lee

    We’ve all heard the stories of batteries exploding and setting fire to things around them, so it is safe to say that the companies who manufacture battery packs are pretty wary and are usually on the lookout for incidents that could put them in the headlines…
  • DigiTech’s TRIO Is Like A Band In A Pedal

    29 January 2015, 7:57 pm by: Tyler Lee

    Say you’re at home alone and you’re trying to write a song, so maybe you write the guitar part first, but you’re curious as to how it might sound like with a full band with the drums and bass accompanying it. There are a couple of ways around it, one of…
  • Saygus V2 Pre-Orders Delayed To 2nd February

    29 January 2015, 7:55 pm by: Tyler Lee

    A couple of days ago, we reported that the Saygus V2 would be available for pre-order today. Unfortunately it seems that for some reason, the company has decided to delay those pre-orders and has since pushed the pre-orders to begin on the 2nd of February,…
  • Google Admits They Faced Challenges With The Nexus 6’s Inventory

    29 January 2015, 7:22 pm by: Tyler Lee

    When the Nexus 6 was released, given its impressive hardware specs, it was sold out pretty quickly. Back then Google promised that they would try and get it restocked every Wednesday via the Google Play Store, but like we said with its popularity, inventory of…
  • OUYA Gets New Lease On Life With $10 Million Investment From Alibaba [Rumor]

    29 January 2015, 7:21 pm by: Tyler Lee

    The OUYA Android gaming console was launched back in 2012 on Kickstarter where it has since managed to become the 3rd most funded project on the website of all time. While the concept of the OUYA was good, unfortunately it seemed that the console failed to…
  • Google Chromecast A Hit In The US, Cast Button Pressed 1 Billion Times

    29 January 2015, 7:20 pm by: Tyler Lee

    Back in the middle of 2013, Google announced the Chromecast. The HDMI dongle back then was an interesting device which allowed users to attach it to their TVs via the HDMI port and mirror the content on their phones or tablets while allowing remote control via…
  • Tesla Model S P85D To Get Software Update That Makes It Even Faster

    29 January 2015, 6:47 pm by: Tyler Lee

    When we think of electric cars, we don’t really think of them as speedsters. Such cars are best left to manufacturers who still focus on gas-powered vehicles, but yet Tesla has proved us all wrong with the Tesla Model S P85D which managed to clock an insane…
  • Spigen Hints At Galaxy S6’s Design In New Cases

    29 January 2015, 6:47 pm by: Tyler Lee

    What does the Samsung Galaxy S6 look like? Last we heard, the Samsung Galaxy S6 could feature a combination of both metal and glass and will feature a new design thanks to the new direction Samsung is heading in. While that remains to be seen, case…
  • Microsoft To Invest In Cyanogen Inc. [Rumor]

    29 January 2015, 6:45 pm by: Tyler Lee

    Remember earlier this week when the folks at Cyanogen said that they wanted to take Android away from Google? It is an ambitious plan and it isn’t so much Cyanogen buying Android, but more like creating a version based on Android that’s so different that…
  • Interview with Huawei CMO Shao Yang

    29 January 2015, 6:28 pm by: Hubert Nguyen

    Despite shipping 20M smartphones per quarter, Huawei remains a phone maker that few people in the United States are familiar with. We sat down with Huawei’s chief marketing officer (CMO, Consumer Business Group) Shao Yang in Shenzhen/China, for an interview.…
  • Xbox Games With Gold For February Confirmed

    29 January 2015, 3:03 pm by: Adnan Farooqui

    Bad weather across the country has been making headlines this past week. What is one to do when hunkered down inside because its just too darn cold to go outside? Gaming is a great way to pass the time, so says Microsoft, as it opens a blog post today…
  • New Battlefield Hardline Beta Release Confirmed For February

    29 January 2015, 2:43 pm by: Adnan Farooqui

    Electronic Arts finally confirmed the new Battlefield Hardline beta release date today. One had been rumored a few days back. EA has been teasing the open multiplayer beta for a couple of weeks now and today gamers have finally come to know when they will be…
  • Facebook Place Tips Will Surface Useful Information Based On Location

    29 January 2015, 2:36 pm by: Adnan Farooqui

    Facebook today announced a new pilot program that its running in New York City. The feature it’s testing out is called Place Tips. Users will notice it at the top of their News Feeds when they’re out on the town. Tapping on Place Tips will bring up a…
  • SwiftKey For Android Now Has Full Chinese Language Support

    29 January 2015, 2:08 pm by: Adnan Farooqui

    Makers of the SwiftKey custom keyboard for Android have been conducting a beta test with Chinese-speaking users for quite some time now. Today they announced that SwiftKey for Android now has full support for the Chinese language. There are seven new input…
  • Comcast Renames Man To An Expletive For Trying To Cancel Subscription

    29 January 2015, 2:00 pm by: Adnan Farooqui

    Comcast’s customer service record isn’t stellar and while you might wonder why the company doesn’t do more to improve its reputation it certainly pulls out all the stops to get some bad press. Ricardo Brown has a Comcast cable subscription and when his…
  • Google Inbox Invites Available All Day Today

    29 January 2015, 1:26 pm by: Adnan Farooqui

    The Gmail app has a pretty decent design and its more than capable of handling email. A few months back Google launched another app called Inbox that changes the way email is managed on a mobile device. The app still requires invites before it can be used and…

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