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Nintendo to Launch First Smartphone Game This Year – Four More by 2017

Ninendo CEO and president Satoru Iwata has announced that its partnership with publisher DeNA will see five mobile games released by 2017, the first of which will be out this year. Nintendo and DeNA will also release…

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GTA V – The Way It’s Meant to Be Played – 4K and Nvidia Shield

Introduction In September 2013, Grand Theft Auto V finally hit our screens, albeit via the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, consoles that I loved playing on, but which were kept as a lead platform for far…

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Google Search Algorithm to Favour Mobile-Friendly Sites

From 21st April, Google will make a major change to its search algorithm which will favour mobile-friendly websites in its search rankings when viewed from a smartphone or tablet. When a mobile user uses Google to…

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Credentials May Become Compromised via Old Windows Vulnerability from the ’90s

Nobody wants their private information shared on the internet, but we live in an era where everything that’s connected to the internet may eventually become public. This is the case of an old Windows vulnerability from…

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Arion Bluetooth Mini Keyboard with Speakerphone Review

Introduction Touch screen devices can be a pain to type on, although admittedly the issue isn’t as bad as it used to be as many of us have had a good few years practice now and…

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Microsoft Xbox One Price Drop Now Official

Have you postponed your Xbox upgrade lately? Well, its high time to get your shopping mood on! It seems Microsoft has just lowered its Xbox One price to £299.99 on its official Xbox One store in…

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Android Tablet Delivers Air-Strike in Just Four Minutes

Up until now, American Joint Terminal Attack Controllers have been faced with calling in airstrikes using radios and paper maps. During that time, they required to coordinate and monitor positions of inbound aircrews to avoid friendly…

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Nexus 7 Tablets Get Bricked After Updating to Android 5.0

Some Nexus 7 owners haven’t had a chance to fully take advantage of what Google’s Android 5.0 brings. It is reported that some Nexus 7 users had their tablets bricked after updating the device to the…

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ASUSTOR Upgrades LooksGood with Media Converter Support

ASUSTOR has released a new version of the LooksGood App with an added Media Converter function for its 5 and 7 series NAS devices. The new functions include multimedia conversion, ability to configure a Smart Coversion…

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Intel Revealed new Tiny Long-Range RealSense Camera for Smartphones

Intel’s RealSense camera has found its way on PCs, Laptops, tablets and even drones. The company’s technology uses the power of gestures and 3D scanning to improve user interactions. Smartphones have been a bit tricky to…

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Amazon Prime Instant Video Finally Supports Android Tablets

In a move that has seemingly taken forever we now have the ability to watch Amazon Prime instant video on non-Fire and iOS tablets. Now Prime members can easily watch favorite shows on a mobile screen…

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Philips Unveils The Hue Go Wireless Light

Hot on the tails of the Hue programmable RGB LED lights by Philips the company has now pulled the veils off of the Hue Go. The Hue Go is a semi-translucent half of a sphere that…

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Microsoft Surface 3 Runs Full Windows, not RT

Microsoft has abandoned its ARM processor/Windows RT experiment with the release of the Surface 3 tablet, which runs a full version of Windows 8 and is the first non-Pro Surface device to feature an Intel chip.…

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ASUS Announces its ROG G501 Alternative, the Zenbook Pro UX501

Asus has released its new addition to the Zenbook series, the Pro UX501. Compared to the ROG G501 gaming ultrabook, the Zenbook alternative looks to differ only in colour scheme and lacks the red keyboard found…

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Microsoft Planning to Build an Intel-Powered Non-Pro Surface Tablet

Microsoft seems to be moving away from the ARM-powered Surface tablets and getting rid of its Windows RT operating system in the process. A report from WinBeta indicates that the company is planning to switch the…

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Google ‘Ebola-proof’ Tablet for Biohazards

For too long now, doctors have had to use pen and paper, rather than any of the technology available to them when fighting some of the deadliest diseases. But when French organization Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without…

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Cards Against Humanity Free Online This Weekend

Cards Against Humanity, the self-proclaimed “party game for horrible people”, will be free on smartphones (both Android and iOS), tablets, and Windows PCs after the launch of its web version, Cards Against Originality, this weekend. Cards…

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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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Fear the Wind No More with These Windscreens for Your Smartphone

For a while now, smartphones have had built-in software that eliminates background noise caught by the microphone, but the one thing it hasn’t fully tackled is wind. Which is why we still see foam covers over…

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Sony Receives Four IF Design Awards for 2015, One of Them for the Xperia Z3

Sony Mobile seems to have gained four IF Design Awards for 2015. The awards were given out to Sony’s Xperia Z2, the SmartWatch 3, LifeLong app and the Xperia Z3. Sony’s Xperia Z2 appears to have…

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Sony Accidentally Reveals Xperia Z4 Tablet

Sony has accidentally leaked the first glimpse of its forthcoming Xperia Z4 tablet ahead of its official launch at MWC in Barcelona on 3rd March. The reveal came through the company’s Xperia Lounge app, which offers…

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Phoneception: Charge Your Phone with Your Friends

Have that one friend who is always mooching from you? Well, time to add to that list of things that are mooched, as a new Indeiegogo campaign is raising money for a double-headed microUSB cable that…

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Pop-Up Tactile Keyboard for Touchscreen Devices Developed

Forget haptic feedback: for a truly tactile typing experience, Tactus Technology has developed a physical keyboard that literally rises from the surface of a touchscreen. Tactus’ product, Phorm, is a case that fits around an iPad…

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Tablets More Powerful than Consoles? EA Thinks So

In the ever-growing world of tablets, which much like any console or gaming hardware get more powerful with each new generation, EA believes that the gaming industry should prepare for a scenario in which tablets are more…

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Portable USB Wall Charger Roundup

Introduction Quite often you’ll find yourself traveling to another city, state or country and be met with the all-too-common sinking feeling when presented with your hotel room power point options – only one or two annoyingly…

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Essential Road Trip Gadgets: CES 2015

CES 2015 is always an incredible show, bringing many, if not all, of the world’s major technology companies into one place, ready to show off their latest and greatest products. This year was a little different…

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Inateck BP2001 Wireless Stereo Bluetooth Portable Speaker Review

Introduction Inateck may not be a common brand name, at least not yet, but they’ve got a great range of low to mid budget products that certainly caught our attention. While many of us love the…