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Nvidia’s Latest Shield TV Promotion Features a Cat Wearing a Parachute!

NVIDIA’s Shield Android TV is the ultimate streaming device to play 4K movies, and graphically intense PC games. Furthermore, the optional GeForce Now subscription offers 50 groundbreaking titles at a resolution up to 1080P while maintaining 60 frames-per-second.…

Hyundai's new AR User Manual

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Hyundai Introduce New Augmented Reality User Manuals

Car user manuals are usually uninspiring things. A thick collection of pages, half of which may not apply to your specific version of the car, usually relegated to taking up room in the glovebox after the…

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iPhone 6s Clone Costs a Mere $37 And Works Surprisingly Well!

The launch of Apple’s iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus resulted in record operating sales figures despite implementing only a few iterative changes from the previous generation. However, Apple products incur a hefty price premium in…

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Snowden-Endorsed IM App Signal Arrives on Android

A private instant messaging app that has the approval of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has finally been released for Android devices. Signal, developed by Open Whisper Systems, has been available for iOS since 2014, combining its…

Android and Chrome

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Google Set to Meld Chrome OS into the Android OS

For years now, Google has maintained two separate operating systems. The widespread Android operating system used to power everything from phones to cars and the lesser known Chrome operating system, originally a super-thin OS designed to…

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Giada Unveiled the Compact and Fan-Less F210 Mini-PC

Giada’s newest mini-PC packs quite a punch in the specifications despite coming with a low price. The Giada F210 mini-PC is built with an efficient Intel Cherry Trail Processor making it a perfect thin-client. There are…

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Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 Also Plagued by Overheating Issues

Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 810 processor has been marred by overheating issues which made a number of premium handsets uncomfortable to use during games or intensive tasks. Thankfully, this has been somewhat resolved in the latest version of…

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US Judge Likens Government iPhone Unlock Request

Tensions are rising between device makers such as Apple and Google against law enforcement. It’s showing no signs whatsoever of slowing down either, you may remember that the US government have their force on Apple to…

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BlackBerry Priv Android Phone Ships Soon

BlackBerry have started taking preorders for the all new BlackBerry Priv, the company’s first phone that runs the popular Android OS. The device is being sold in the US, UK, and Canada, with pricing at £559.lackberry say that…

Android for cars

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Google Document Hints at Upcoming OS for Cars

In the latest Android Compatibility Definition Document, or CDD, Google included details of the requirements for usage of a previously unseen implementation of Android, Android Automotive. Interestingly, Google already has an app in place to use…

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New Android Emojis Coming Soon

Apple recently debuted iOS 9.1 with over 150 new Emojis for iPhone owners, but it looks like Android users will soon be able to enjoy a similar treatment. This week we reported on the iOS update,…

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Google Maps For Android Showing Pit Stops En Route

Getting from A to B has always been an everyday thing, from the front door of your home to school or work and sometimes it goes a little further, say across the country? For those times,…

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Mad Catz Releases XInput Update for C.T.R.L.R Mobile Gamepad

Mad Catz released the C.T.R.L.R. controller a while ago and while it is a great controller for mobile gaming, it wasn’t the best when connected to a PC due to lack of the XInput compatibility. Instead,…

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Tesco Has ‘No Plans’ to Launch Hudl 3 Tablet

Tesco’s ultra-affordable Hudl tablet sold fantastically well and managed to shift over 750,000 units. Its successor, the Hudl 2 was quite successful and heralded as an excellent value-for-money tablet. Many customers could access either model at…

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University of Cambridge Study Shows 87% of Android Devices Insecure

For those watching the Android ecosystem, it is plain to see that mobile OS suffers heavily from a casual security policy. However, the number of devices that are actually vulnerable to known security flaws can be…

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BlackBerry Could Exit The SmartPhone Market

BlackBerry’s position as a leading smartphone manufacturer has been in jeopardy for the last couple of years. The BlackBerry 10 operating system failed to entice app developers and still doesn’t officially support many popular pieces of…

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Samsung Developing In-House Mobile GPU for 2017

According to the latest rumours, Samsung is planning on creating their very own in-house mobile GPU. Set to debut inside their Exynos series of SoCs, the new GPU will probably arrive in the 2017-2018 timeframe. The…

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Beats Launches New Beats Pill+ Bluetooth Wireless Speaker

The brand Beats and its Pill lines have been somewhat a revelation since entering the market in 2012, from celebrity endorsements to a booming sales forecast, this form of portable wireless unit has certainly captured the…

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Samsung’s 18.4-Inch Tablet Specifications Leaked?

In the last couple of years, there has been a trend to increase the display size on smartphones and tablets, as illustrated by the Nexus 6. Previously, any smartphone above 4.5-inches was deemed to be on…

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Stagefright 2.0 is Here and Every Android Device Could be Vulnerable

Stagefright 2.0, the long-awaited sequel to August’s devastating Android vulnerability, is here, and this time every device with an Android operating system could be at risk. This new iteration of Stagefright exploits how Android reads MP3…

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NVIDIA Shield TV Coming to UK Stores Tomorrow

The NVIDIA Shield TV is an astonishingly powerful Android device which allows you to watch video content in 4K and stream visually demanding PC titles from the cloud. Additionally, the Shield TV supports native Android games and…

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Google May Bring Back Cheaper Nexus Devices

With Google set to drop their new 2015 Nexus phones in just several hours, we’re getting word now on the expected pricing. According to the latest leaks, Google will be bringing back cheap pricing back to the…

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iPhone 6s First Benchmarks Released

The iPhone 6s on paper has a fairly mediocre technical specification with a dual-core processor and 2GB of LPDDR4 RAM. However, the closed ecosystem and software optimization provides surprisingly top-tier performance using lower-end internal hardware. WCCFTech’s…

Blackberry

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Blackberry’s Android Phone Dubbed ‘The Priv’

Blackberry’s upcoming Android-powered slider phone was originally codenamed, ‘Venice’ and featured a rather nifty tactile keyboard. However, a new post from Evan Blass could provide an early indication of the handset’s retail naming scheme. Apparently, the device…

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Gmail Now Integrates Useful ‘Block’ Button

Gmail has finally implemented a long-overdue feature which allows you to block “disruptive” senders and automatically divert their message into a spam folder. The tool was launched yesterday for Web users and should arrive on Android…

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Tax Credit Refund Scam Is affecting UK Based Individuals

Tax credits are a hot topic at the moment, this is in part to the Conservative death by a thousand cuts, I said cuts, plans which are set to reduce the income of many of the…

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Scoutee Measures Pitch Speed Using Your Smartphone

Slovenia-based Scoutee, not sure I can remember the last innovation which came courtesy of a team from Slovenia, has launched a $50,000 Kickstarter campaign for a smart radar that can measure the speed of a baseball…