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Amazon May Bring An Android Game Console This year

Amazon May Bring An Android Game Console This year

According to rumors, Amazon is working on an Android game console. The console, along with a dedicated controller, is expected to ship this holiday season. Amazon will also offer digital games, sold through its online store, for the console.

By On August 10, 2013 Respond
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Motorola Team Defends Moto X Specs, Design

Motorola Team Defends Moto X Specs, Design

When after a lot of anticipation and wait, Motorola finally unveiled the detailed specs of Moto X handset, many were disappointed. That is because the hardware packed in the smartphone is rather underwhelming. However, Motorola team insists that the overall product design, which is revolutionary, makes up for it.

By On August 8, 2013 Respond
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Firefox 23 Released, Comes With Updated Logo And Mixed Content Blocking

Firefox 23 Released, Comes With Updated Logo And Mixed Content Blocking

Mozilla team has sped up the release schedule of Firefox browser versions. The team has just dished out the new version of the browser, namely Mozilla 23. This release comes with a number of new features, among which is mixed content blocking which offers far better in-browser security.

By On August 7, 2013 Respond
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Xbox One Has Been Built To Last Ten Years

Xbox One Has Been Built To Last Ten Years

Microsoft’s upcoming console, Xbox One, has been making a lot of headlines of late. Whereas the company has focused on entertainment in the new console, Microsoft has also taken many wise decisions regarding its hardware. Apparently, Xbox One has been created with the intent of making it last for ten years, even when powered on.

By On August 5, 2013 1 Response
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Google May Collaborate With LG For Third-Gen Nexus 7

Google May Collaborate With LG For Third-Gen Nexus 7

Google released its second-generation Nexus 7 slate only recently, after a lot of speculation and anticipation. The tablet is already being hailed as an excellent addition to the Nexus tablet line-up. And now, certain analysts have stated that Google may collaborate with LG for the third-generation Nexus 7.

By On August 4, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft Reveals Xbox One Developments Ahead Of Launch

Microsoft Reveals Xbox One Developments Ahead Of Launch

Microsoft showed off its upcoming game console, Xbox One, at the E3 event. Since then, the company has incorporated a number of new features into the console. In a recent podcast, Xbox executive Marc Whitten revealed the ongoing developments on the Xbox One front.

By On August 3, 2013 Respond
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Samsung Brings Two Exclusive Apps For Its Windows Phones

Samsung Brings Two Exclusive Apps For Its Windows Phones

Samsung has interesting Windows Phone OEM and has shown support for Microsoft and its mobile platform as they focus on their Android Devices. Samsung offering up two new exclusive apps which are only available for a particular manufacturer’s device. This are the MangaCamera and Paper Artist, which are also available now for Samsung’s Windows Phones.

By On August 1, 2013 Respond
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Panasonic To Bring Android-Powered Home Phone KX-PRX120

Panasonic To Bring Android-Powered Home Phone KX-PRX120

Panasonic is going to bring an Android home phone called the KX-PRX120. The phone runs on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and offers an advanced telephone experience at home with new touch panel models.

By On July 31, 2013 Respond
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New Google Nexus 7 Gets High Repairability Score From iFixIt, It’s A 7 Too!

New Google Nexus 7 Gets High Repairability Score From iFixIt, It’s A 7 Too!

iFixIt is popularly known for tearing down new devices and then discerning how repairable they are. Google recently launched second-gen Nexus 7 and before long, the iFixIt team got its hands on the tablet and opened it down to the very bits. Apparently, the new slate has earned a high repairability score from the team.

By On July 28, 2013 Respond
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Canonical Ubuntu Superphone Fundraiser Crosses $3M In A Day

Canonical Ubuntu Superphone Fundraiser Crosses $3M In A Day

Online funds crowdsourcing has proved wildly successful in recent months. Canonical has now pitched ‘Ubuntu Superphone’, a smartphone that also serves as a laptop, on Indiegogo. The fundraiser aims to amass $32 million and has already bagged more than $3 million, with 30 days left in the expiry of the campaign.

By On July 23, 2013 Respond
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Newly Discovered Flaws Allow SIM Card Hacking, Could Affect Millions Of Handsets

Newly Discovered Flaws Allow SIM Card Hacking, Could Affect Millions Of Handsets

We have seen virtually countless software as well as hardware flaws in smartphones over the past few years. However, until now, SIM was considered a rather secure part of any handset, safe from any hacks. Now, a German cryptographer has found a combination of encryption and software flaws which could enable SIM hacking.

By On July 22, 2013 1 Response
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Specifications Of Low-Cost iPhone Leaked

Specifications Of Low-Cost iPhone Leaked

According to reports Apple is making a cheap iPhone and may ship it this year. Patent hints that Apple’s cheap iPhone will come with plastic body and rumors say it won’t have any retina display. And there were a lot of speculations about the hardware of the low-cost iPhone. Lately, detail specifications of this low-cost iPhone has been leaked online.

By On July 20, 2013 1 Response
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Utilite — A New Card-Sized Computer Which Costs Only $99

Utilite — A New Card-Sized Computer Which Costs Only $99

Raspberry Pi can be rightfully credited with having popularzied the notion of tiny, bare-bones computers which are affordable. Following in the footsteps, an Israeli vendor, CompuLab has created a new computer, Utilite, which is the same size as 100 index cards stacked together. The nifty computer costs a mere $99.

By On July 17, 2013 Respond
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Geeksphone Announces Peak+ Firefox OS Phone, With 25GB Of Cloud Space

Geeksphone Announces Peak+ Firefox OS Phone, With 25GB Of Cloud Space

Geeksphone drwe public attention by releasing Keon and Peak Firefox OS Developer Preview devices. And now the company is expanding it’s product line with an upgraded phone for the public – Peak+.

By On July 16, 2013 Respond
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Microsoft Sheds Light On Upcoming Windows Phone 8 Update

Microsoft Sheds Light On Upcoming Windows Phone 8 Update

The upcoming Windows Phone 8 update is arriving in a few days. The company has published the details of the update, divulging the changes that it will bring to Windows Phone devices. However, from the looks of the details, the update wouldn’t include any major fixes.

By On July 13, 2013 Respond
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