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Nathan Piccio

Inbetween gaming sessions of Starcraft and Bloodborne, Nathan enjoys doting over the latest revelations in tech.

Is Razer poised to purchase OUYA?


OUYA, the home console based around Android, has had a rough ride; but if new rumours are to be believed, its worries may be coming to an end. Razer, best known for their enthusiast level PC peripherals, are entering the Android-based console market with their Razer Forge TV console – and are poised to take over OUYA for $10million, if ...

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2016: Year of the Screen?


Screens have undergone a serious makeover in the past year. Whether it’s a top-tier smartphone boasting a 2K resolution backed by Super AMOLED tech, or the sexy new curves of the latest TV’s, it’s clear that screens aren’t the same large grey boxes we once knew them to be. Next year is set to continue to spoil us, providing subtle ...

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Leaked: Samsung Galaxy S6 Active

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Want Samsung’s Galaxy S6, but need that extra utility only offered by sport-orientated devices? Then Samsung’s latest entry in its ‘Active’ range of devices might be the phone for you. Teased by the US carrier, AT&T, to launch soon – the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active will feature all the tech you would usually expect from a sports orientated device. Like ...

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Opt in for the new YouTube player


Tired of YouTube’s plain-old video player? Then try out the new beta player that is ready for playtesting. The new player has a transparent interface, which floats above the video being played. Other improvements include scalability across different screen-sizes, making sure those watching on a 4K display won’t have to deal with a tiny user interface. If better 4K playback ...

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Is Apple gearing up for its own take on Google Street-View


Residents of American cities may have noticed Apple’s camera-toting cars roaming around a few months ago, at the time it was unclear what their purpose was. However, new information has hinted at the company’s attempt at creating a new rival to Google Street-view. Google’s map-defining feature has been available since 2007, and has set it apart from its rivals; but now, ...

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OnePlus Product event won’t launch the OnePlus 2


June 1st, the date of OnePlus product event, will not feature the enigmatic company’s latest flagship. OnePlus co-founder, Carl Pei, dashed any hopes that the new phone will be available tomorrow as a result of the event. Instead, a Q3 launch this year was given; this means that the sequel to last years budget wonder will be available between June1st ...

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Google will answer queries as you type


Google will begin rolling out a new feature for mobile users of its search app which answers queries as you type. It’s another attempt by the Search giant to streamline the way we interact with the internet – on our mobile devices at least. Now you won’t even have to finish typing ‘how tall is the Eiffel tower?’ before you ...

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Google I/O: Android M Features Roundup


Google’s annual I/O conference hosted a number of features for Android devices, some of which were surprises, others weren’t, but all were welcome. Android M, the newest iteration of the open source OS, was the star of the show – acquiring a few key features to make the brand’s iconic green mascot more intelligent than ever. Here’s a roundup of ...

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Google takes the Nexus 4 off lifesupport


An anonymous tipster has informed Android Police that Google will set a cut-off point for each of their Nexus devices. The news is set to become official as Google’s I/O event, which the latest iteration of Android is expected to debut.  The devices will be set to receive software updates 2 years from release, and will have security patches continued ...

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Samsung’s Flow, helps bridge gap between its devices


Apple’s continuity remains one of its ecosystems most-lauded features, which only its invested customers enjoy. So far, no other company has attempted to successfully bridge the gap between its devices – until now. Samsung has introduced the Flow app, which allows content to be sent across its devices, taking more than a few notes from Apple in the process. Users ...

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