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First Apple HomeKit Devices Get Their Launch Date

Nearly a year ago, Apple revealed its revolutionary way of controlling smart appliances with the help of your iPad or iPhone. However, nearly a year has passed and we have yet to see any devices that…

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US IPv4 Address Pool Reported to Be at Its Last Drop

Well folks, the time has come to gradually transition from IPv4 towards IPv6. But don’t panic! Everyone was aware of the change and the limit is expected to be reached, as previously analysis show, sometime this…

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Norway Wants to Kill FM Radio by the End of 2017

Nordic countries are beginning to pick up the pace and keep up with times, more than ever before! According to Radio.no, Norway plans to make the step to full digital audio broadcasting in as little as…

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A Next-Gen Battery for Mobile Devices Is in the Works at Google X Labs

Reports have indicated that a four person team inside Google X labs have switched from testing batteries back in 2013 to actually looking into technology for creating a new and improved version. The group is said…

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New Pew Survey Shows Only 7% of Americans Depend on Their Phone for Internet Access

Pew Research Center conducted a survey and estimates that only 7% of Americans depend solely on their mobile device for internet service while having no viable alternatives. Additionally, almost 10% have a smartphone with no home broadband…

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The FCC Will Vote on Plan to Share Valuable 3.5GHz Specturm next Month

The FCC is said to be voting on a spectrum-sharing plan that could make its way to the military, mobile service providers and individuals alike on April 17th. The spectrum is said to open up a…

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Scientists Use Weird Laser-Flower Device to Gather Data on Nuclear Experiments

While this might look like a nightclub disco light, it is not. The device is called a Wide-angle Optical Multi-channel Probe and it comes straight out of the research halls of the Los Alamos National Laboratory.…

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Huawei P8 Blueprint Hints at Super-Slim Design and Fingerprint Scanner

Huawei is said to be hosting an event in London on April 15th where it is expected to reveal their Huawei P8 handset. As the date draws closer, more and more leaks seem to be surfacing…

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Scientists Want to Help Power Your Phone by Talking to It

A group of scientists from the university of Sungkyunkwan in South Korea have apparently developed a new technology which converts sound waves into electrical energy. With this concept, smartphones will be able to charge from any…

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Nubem Start to Offer a Free Dynamic DNS Service

Nubem, an emerging service providers in cloud computing technologies, has announced that it will start offering a Free Dynamic DNS service to all customers. For those who do not know, Dynamic DNS, or DDNS, is the…

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Android Phones Could Be ‘Converted’ into Windows-Powered Handsets with Custom ROMs

Microsoft has revealed that it will provide its Windows 10 OS to a select group of Xiaomi Mi4 users in an initiative to expand the Windows-powered mobile OS beyond its Lumia handsets. Sources say that it…

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New 34″ Ultra-Wide Display Released by Philips Featuring MHL-Capable HDMI

Philips has just added a new 34″ ultra-wide display to their range of products. The new display product code is BDM3470UP and it looks perfect for anyone who is looking for a display to work with…

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This War of Mine Soon to Be Released on iPads

11 Bit Studios plan to release their IGF 2015 awarded title, This War of Mine, on iPads in the near future. Currently, the title is supported on PCs, Macs, Linux-powered machines, as well as Steam Machines.…

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McAfee Anti-Virus for Your Watch? Intel Thinks So

Now I’m sure that everyone reading eTeknix is very familiar with the need to be protected. You’ve all got the right anti-virus software on your machines, all properly configured. Those of you who have Android phones…

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Microsoft Teams up with Intel to Bring Low-Cost Windows 10 Smartphones

Microsoft has been working with ARM-based processors for their smartphones up until now, having all of its Lumias powered by Qualcomm’s SoCs. Things are about to change later this year, having the corporate giant teaming up…

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Cyanogen and Qualcomm Form New Partnership

You typically would expect an SoC manufacturer such as Qualcomm to announce what new technology it has planned next at an event such as the Mobile World Congress. However, this time around, Qualcomm has announced a…

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ZTE Grand S3 to Make Use of Biometric Technology for Authentication

ZTE appears to have seen a lot of potential in biometric technology and is currently shifting to embed the new technology in its Grand S3 smartphone. The company is looking to add a new authentication feature…

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Huawei Announces Android Wear Smartwatch

While we’ve already seen it in various leaks, Huawei has today announced its Android Wear watch. The aptly-named Huawei Watch features a multitude of features and tracking capabilities. It comes features a 42mm round display with a 286 ppi 1.4-inch AMOLED touchscreen above a…

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Huawei Accidentally Leaks its Own Smartwatch in an Ad

Chinese manufacturer Huawei has just accidentally leaked its smartwatch, one due to be revealed at Mobile World Congress. Leaks happen all the time, with products from Samsung and HTC leaking just this past week. Often, these leaks…

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HTC One M9 Hands On Video Leaked

A hands on video of the HTC One M9 has leaked. All just before its announcement at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week. This is not the first leak for the new device, as a number…

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HoloBridge – London’s 1st Virtual Reality Arcade

Whether you are an Assassin’s Creed fan who wanted to experience something similar to the Animus or just want a truly unique adventure like you have never seen or experienced before, HoloBridge apparently is willing to…

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Samsung Posts Live Stream and Countdown to Galaxy S6 Event

Samsung has (for the time being) finished with the teasers, and has posted its live stream and countdown to their Galaxy S6 reveal on March 1st. The event, which is to take place at Mobile World Congress…

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Microsoft HoloLens: Everything You Need to Know

Yesterday Microsoft had their massive Windows 10 event. In it they announced a great deal about Windows 10 and a great deal about many things we weren’t expecting. One of those things was the HoloLens – a…

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Review: Samsung SUR40

Samsung and Microsoft have collaborated to create the latest piece of science-fiction technology that has moved from fiction to reality. One of the most wonderful things about living in an age of accelerating technological advancement is…

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Saygus V2 ‘Super Smartphone’ Announced

Imagine a smartphone with all the boxes ticked. A smartphone with every single most wanted feature in one device. That’s what the Saygus V2 is supposed to be. This “super smartphone” comes with a maximum of 320GB…

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Samsung Tease Eye-Controlled Mouse

Set to help the disabled use computers with ease, Samsung’s eye-tracking technology will allow users to control their computers functionality without needing to handle a physical mouse. Developed in-house by Samsung engineers, this technology is an…

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Facebook Messenger Sparks Anger in Low-End Smartphone Users

Facebook’s aim is to be a social network, dedicated to maintaining friendships, creating new ones, share experiences and most importantly, chatting with friends. However, the social networks appears to do exactly the opposite and spark a…