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Windows 10

Still Waiting for Windows 10? Here’s How to Get it Now

Windows 10 released on July 29th and Microsoft began slowly rolling out the updates to people in waves. As of now there have been 10’s of millions of people who have downloaded the free update and moved on to the new OS. However Microsoft’s reservation tool, which you may have used in the coming months prior to Windows 10’s release, states that your ...

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OnePlus

Has OnePlus delivered another flagship killer?

The original OnePlus One was released last year with much acclaim. With a title like ‘flagship killer’ and premium specs, it’s easy to see why. It shared the same snapdragon 801 processor found in smartphones like the Galaxy S5 and the HTC One M8, as well as a 1080P resolution 5.5″ panel. The difference between the original OnePlus and its ...

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 - Like this, but taller.

Could we see the new Samsung Tab S2 tomorrow?

The Samsung Galaxy S was the high-end multimedia tablet of choice when it was released 2 years ago, and its successor is expected to arrive tomorrow (20th July) at a London event (if the good folks at TabletMonkeys are correct). However, the newest iteration in Samsung’s range are expected to be different from its predecessor. Insterad of using a widescreen ...

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Huawei and Google Partnership goes beyond Nexus devices.

Huawei and Google have been rumoured to be working together to create the latest Nexus device, a task which was previously handled by Motorola. New reports however suggest the partnership will extend beyond the Nexus brand. Huawei will potentially be involved in helping Google bring an app store to China. Google have struggled to do this by itself due to touch ...

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The New Logitech

Eager to become “more than just a mouse and keyboard company”, Logitech have announced they will begin focusing on other product categories. Charlotte Johs, Logitech’s global VP of brand development, iterates that the company will become more of a “design-led” organisation. As part of a new-found attention to design, Logitech has hired its first ever chief design officer, Alastair Curtis. ...

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Microsoft’s Mission Statement: More Services and PC, Less Mobile

In a recent email addressing employees, provided by Geekwire, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, set out the company’s mission statement. Business and Productivity, the cloud, and more personal computing were the core tenets which the company will focus on for the future. Despite mentioning that it will concentrate on bringing many of its services across devices, there was clearly a greater ...

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Facebook Messenger no longer needs a Facebook Account for use

Facebook Messenger No Longer Requires Facebook in Select Regions

It was announced yesterday that Facebook will be changing the requirements for Facebook Messenger. In select countries, you can now sign up for the messaging service using only a phone number; it’s no longer obligatory to have a Facebook account. So, if you’re in Canada, the U.S., Peru, or Venezuela you’ll now have this opportunity. This may not do much to help ...

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Xbox One Backwards Compatability

Xbox One Backwards Compatibility: How it will work

One of the most requested features that came with the new generation of consoles was backwards compatibility. With the PS3 and Xbox 360 having a lifespan that lasted almost a decade by the time the new consoles were announced, it was unsurprising that people grew attached to their libraries of games, both from a sentimental and financial point of view. ...

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GV08S Smart Watch with SIM

The GV08S smart watch is for calling, texting and everything else

Nowadays, mainstream smart watch manufacturers like Motorola, Samsung, LG, Asus and Apple mostly try to introduce as many features as possible into their products, without compromising design or performance. It seems like many are afraid to take an example from Chinese smart watch makers, because too many features might not be compatible or useful with the OS that they use, ...

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