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Ford Working With Intel on Bringing Face and Gesture Recognition Technology to Cars

Automaker Ford and chip maker Intel apparently have started looking into how people can interact with their gadgets even more. With smart watches and virtual reality already on the way, the two manufacturers apparently are looking…

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Bing Rewards App for Windows Phone Launched, 5 Months after iOS and Android

Latest news from Microsoft point to having its Bing Rewards app being released (finally) for Windows Phone, having it come out for its own handset operating system almost 5 months after the release on Android and…

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Qualcomm To Launch the Adreno 420 GPU Dedicated towards Android Gaming

Qualcomm is said to be launching the latest high-performance Adreno 420 GPU along with the Snapdragon 805 on Wednesday at Google’s annual I/O developer conference, having it be the first addition to Qualcomm’s next-gen SoC GPU…

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New Flexible Displays Unveiled by Nokia

It appears that Nokia has unveiled its new folding display technology at the Society for Information Display 2014 conference, having on display two types of high-resolution OLED folding displays. Though the technology is at its early…

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High-Definition Holograms Might Hit The Market As Early As Next Year

When thinking about holograms, the first thought is about movies and science-fiction books where most have encountered the described technology for the first time, knowing it is just a fictional technological thought or concept. A startup…

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Father and Son Develop Service Which Offers Multiple Language Support in a Single Video

Sometimes it is frustrating to watch a foreign film, especially when you have to read between the lines and make sense of a minimally translated dialog. A father and son thought about it and came to…

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iPhone and Android Compatible Windows Smartwatch Rumored to be in Production

Apple, Samsung and other manufacturers to have announced their production of smartwatches may have yet another strong competitor coming at a rapid pace. According to Forbes, Microsoft is attempting to make its way into the wearable…

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Information Regarding Samsung’s VR Headset Revealed

While Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus are virtual reality projects everybody knows and anxiously await, Samsung has its own plans. The difference is, Samsung is apparently keeping it on the low with information about what the…

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New Virtual Reality Gear Surfaces in Europe

For the virtual reality fans out there Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus are the most well-known VR projects considered and eagerly awaited, but there are a couple of flaws to be considered when looking into this. First…

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13 Countries Added to AT&T’s International LTE Roaming Add-On List

American multinational telecommunications corporation AT&T is planning to expand its international LTE roaming services, having it being made available in Canada and the UK last year. The corporation is planning to extend their services by adding…

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Nokia Announces HERE Maps Availability To All Windows 8.1 Devices

Nokia HERE maps for tablets has been available only for the Lumia 2520 in the past, but things are about to change when the upcoming Windows Phone 8.1 gets released this April. Nokia has announced that…

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Nokia Rumored To Have Two More Android Smartphones In The Works

While we wait for the Mobile World Congress to commence in Barcelona, one of the most anticipated announcements comes from Nokia and its Android handset. The signs have been numerous and nobody can deny the fact…

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Jolla Preps Android Launcher For Its Sailfish OS

Finland-based Jolla have recently announced that their Sailfish Operating System will soon be available as a launcher for Android by hitting their stable 1.0 release. As a quick recap, Sailfish OS is a MeeGo-like operating system,…

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Wi-Fi Calling Software Makes Its Way Into Two Sprint Handsets, More To Come

When smartphones and Wi-Fi found themselves packed in the same handset, Wi-Fi calling has been the most impressive thing which made T-Mobile stand out of the crowd in the US. That was back in 2007, however…

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New HTC Desire 8 Images and Specs Leaked, To Start Shipping On the 24th of February

It appears that new images of the upcoming HTC Desire 8 have been leaked, along with more details about the handset’s specification. Also, reports say that the mid-ranged handset will be released next week during or…

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Dell Becomes The First PC Maker To Adopt A Wireless Charging Standard

Desktop and laptop maker, Dell, has recently joined one of the world’s biggest wireless industry consortium, Wireless Power Consortium, namely the Alliance of Wireless Power, or A4WP for short. The A4WP has announced that Dell is…

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Brief View Of The Upcoming Windows Phone 8.1 Action Center leaked in Video

A lot of rumors are building up about the upcoming Windows Phone 8.1 update due in a couple of months, namely in April. The update has been stated numerous times to bring a lot of features,…

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Trade In Your iPhone 4S for A Lumia 1020 or Lumia 1520 At AT&T… For Free!

Windows Phone is steadily gaining ground in the smartphone market, and while it is also subtly trolling its competitors when it has the chance, it does it yet again, but this time it’s not Samsung, but…

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New Snapchat Vulnerability Issue Allows Hackers To Crash Your iPhone

Snapchat is one of the most popular and fast-growing social media applications, fairly new too. Though, consequences are bound to surface, and this is the case yet again, with more security issues popping up. Jamie Sanchez,…

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Rumors Point To a New Samsung Windows Phone Coming This Year

After Sony was reported to be in talks with Windows for a new Windows Phone, it seems that even Samsung is planning to release another one this year. Not to mention the announcement of Archos about…

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Archos Confirms Plans to Release Windows Phone 8 Handset

Other OEMs are rumored to not be happy with Microsoft’s acquisition of Nokia’s hardware and services division, which happens to be the largest OEM manufacturer in the world. Nokia’s Windows Phone has accounted for 92% of…

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Rumors of Second-Generation Galaxy Gear Emerge, To Launch Alongside Galaxy S5

There are rumors that Samsung is looking to launch another ‘redesigned’ Galaxy Gear 2. The first attempt to release a wearable device, aka. the Galaxy Gear, was not as successful as Samsung thought, having encountered numerous…

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Samsung Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S4 mini ‘Black Edition’ Announced, Faux-Leather Again?

South Korean manufacturer, Samsung, have released the ‘Black Edition’ of their latest Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S4 mini handsets. As the edition state, both handsets will have an onyx-black color and give the design more style.…

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Windows Phone Rolls All ‘Gangsta’ While GTA San Andreas Lands In The WP8 Store

While successfully launching Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas on the most popular mobile platform, iOS and Android, it seems that Rockstar Games has finally managed to get a version of it on the Windows Phone Store…

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Apple Wants To Take A Bite Out Of The Mobile Payments Market

Apple is reportedly attempting to launch its very own mobile payment service. The service will use the iTunes store account and credit card details to pay for various items from stores. Similar to PayPal and other…

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US Government Stikes $1.5 Billion Deal With BlackBerry For 80,000 Smartphones

It appears that BlackBerry has a guardian angel, the US Government. The smartphone giant has been bailed out by US Taxpayers, where The Pentagon has made a purchase of more than 80,000 BlackBerry handsets from the…

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‘Movie in a split second’ Downloads Expected In Upcoming 5G Network Connection

South Korea is reportedly working on delivering 5G network connection by 2020. This comes as a $1.5 billion dollar project from the South Korean science ministry, which is said that users will be able to download…