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Android 4.3 Has Officially Rolled Out For Samsung Galaxy Note II

Samsung has finally started to roll out Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy Note II. Given the recent failure to update the Galaxy S3 to the aforementioned version, it seems that Samsung did a…

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Pear OS 8, The Mac OS X Imitation, Will Launch In 2 Days

While I am not a great fan of Apple products or Mac OS X, this is a familiar story among many consumers – you want a Mac OS X device but you simply have nowhere near…

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BlackBerry OS 10.2 Update To Arrive This Week

BlackBerry has announced the release date for the OS 10.2 firmware update. BlackBerry Z10, Q10 and Q5 are the devices eligible for upgrade, while the Z30 is running on 10.2 out of box. The BlackBerry 10.2 update brings a new Priority…

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LG Announced Fireweb Phone Running On Firefox OS

LG Electronics’ new smartphone based on Firefox OS offers slightly better hardware specs than competing products. Firefox OS is built around applications written in HTML5. Mozilla Foundation is pitching it as a better option for low-end smartphones,…

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Microsoft Packs Popular Websites Into Apps To Fill The Windows Phone Store

Popular apps such as Pandora and Tumblr have been cooked up into apps and headed over to Windows Phone in recent months, and in the coming days, Instagram and Flipboard will be the latest mega-popular smartphone apps added to…

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iOS 7.0.3 Launched After iPad Air Announcement

Apple is once again fixing its new iOS 7 bugs with today’s iOS 7.0.3 update, whether or not you’re ordering that newly announced iPad Air or the high-resolution iPad mini 2 with Retina display. The company didn’t actually mention iOS 7.0.3 during…

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Mavericks Update Free For A Limited Time On The UK Mac App Store

Yes, this is not a joke it seems. Apple offers the new operating system, Mavericks, completely free for mac users on the Mac App Store for a limited time (or at least it should if they…

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Stable CyanogenMod 10.1 Port Available For Xperia SP

The CyanogenMod for Sony’s mid-range Xperia SP has been finally made available, although not officially…yet. A couple of Android ROM developers took it up to task to port the zippy and light custom ROM over to…

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Microsoft Removes Windows RT 8.1 From The Windows Store

Having no official announcement, Microsoft pulled the Windows RT 8.1 download from Windows Store today. Reports say that users have been plagued with issues from the moment they had updated to the revamped OS, which is…

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Stable Ubuntu 13.10 Available For Smartphones, Nexus 4 and Galaxy Nexus Included

Canonical has launched the newest iteration to their rapidly evolving and rapidly progressing Ubuntu OS. Last year, Canonical introduced Ubuntu for Android tablets and Smartphones, and later even attempted to make the first Ubuntu phone, the…

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Sony PlayStation 4 OS Is Modified FreeBSD 9

It looks like Sony has gone for the a super customised edition of Free DSB 9.0 to run the heart and mind of their new PlayStation 4 games console, an interesting choice for many reasons and…

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Windows 8.2 “Green” Concept Screenshots Created

While the Windows 8.1 preview is literally just around the corner, designers at Studio384 have been knocking up some concept designs of what the next Windows 8 installation will look like. The next in the series…

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PlayStation 4 Operating System And Interface Trailer Have Been Leaked

YouTube user ArekkzG seems to have gotten his hands on a new trailer from Sony and has leaked it a little early. In the video we see the PlayStation 4 video interface and while I’m certain many…

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Windows 8.1 Is Not A Service Pack, Is This The End Of Service Packs?

Microsoft already confirmed yesterday that Microsoft’s Windows “Blue” will actually be a free update for Windows 8, is called Windows 8.1 and is available free to Windows 8 owners. We only have to wait until June 26th…

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Microsoft Hits Back At Critics: Says Windows 8 Is Good And Only Getting Better

Microsoft has been relatively silent when it comes to Windows 8, other than offering a few updates on how the operating system is selling and what fixes and improvements they are making. They haven’t really responded…

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Analysts Say Only 59 million of 100 million Windows 8 Licenses Used

Microsoft has been praising its Windows 8 operating system lately and using the fact it has sold 100 million licenses to justify this self-praise. However, analysts aren’t so supportive of Microsoft’s evidence. Patrick Moorhead, a principal…

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Acer Says Microsoft Coming “Back To Earth” With Windows Blue

Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system wasn’t received all that well by the general public which in turn provoked an angry response from Microsoft OEM partners like Dell and Acer, to name but a few. The main…

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Kabini Looks To The Future, Drops Support For Windows XP & Vista

There are still a lot of supports of Windows XP out there, maybe not so many out there for Vista but I’m sure there will be some people on the OS that simply won’t, can’t or…

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New Leaked Version of Windows 8.1, Launch Date September

New leaks for Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 operating system have been frequent in the past few weeks, and the latest leaked version of Windows shows us a Windows 8.1 Pro Preview version. Windows 8.1 is expected to…