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Twitter is now tracking the apps installed on your mobile device

Twitter just made an announcement that’s bound to make at least a few people suspicious in regards to their intentions. The company is now tracking all the apps installed on your mobile device in order to offer more specific content for each user while they’re using the microblogging platform. Twitter emphasizes the fact that it is only collecting the list of ...

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Panasonic’s impressive 1-inch sensor cameraphone to hit UK in December

Panasonic’s fresh off the line Lumix DMC-CM1 cameraphone will be released on December 1st in the UK after it was initially announced exclusively for only two European countries, France and Germany. Panasonic stated this decision was based on the “high demand” manifested by UK buyers since the device was announced. “Due to high demand, Panasonic is pleased to announce that ...

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Microsoft is hosting a Windows 10 consumer preview event in January

Microsoft already unveiled the highly anticipated Windows 10 back in late September, but word has it that the company is planning yet another press event for January. While a technical preview of the operating system has already been released and is still available for everyone to try out, this event will showcase something much different. Sources close to the matter have ...

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Samsung Galaxy Phone S5. Photo: Josh Valcarcel/WIRED

Sprint Galaxy S5 to get Android 5.0 Lollipop Test Build

The Sprint Galaxy S5 is now ready to switch to Android 5.0 Lollipop thanks to an anonymous developer who managed to create a test build of the latest Android OS prior to an official launch. The firmware was leaked by XDA, along with all the required information and download links. You have certainly caught a glimpse on some screenshots and ...

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 will “suit your needs” according to Samsung VP

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is still relatively new on the market but as it’s often the case in the world of smartphones, Samsung is already drawing plans for its successor, the Galaxy Note 5. Tae Moon Roh, executive vice president for product strategy and innovation R&D briefly spoke about the upcoming device in a recent interview, although he understandably couldn’t ...

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GoPro is working on its own line of HD camera drones

Well known action camera manufacturer GoPro is reportedly working on its very own line of drones according to people close to the matter. The Wall Street Journal reports that these drones will be aimed at regular consumers and will come equipped with high-definition cameras. Pricing should range from anywhere between $500 and $1,000, so we’re going to be looking at ...

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Galaxy S6

Samsung Galaxy S6 envisioned in a beautiful concept

Samsung Galaxy S6 is certainly one of next year’s most desirable smartphones, as the Korean giant has big plans for what will most likely be its new flagship model. Samsung will try to break the pattern with this one, seeking to introduce a completely redesigned body and powerful hardware to go with it. A change is on the horizon and ...

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Sony: Focus on PlayStation, Slash TV and Smartphone Lines

Sony: Focus on PlayStation, Slash TV and Smartphone Lines

Sony has decided that in an effort to stem their financial losses, it should pare down their TV and Smartphone product line ups and focus their efforts on PlayStation 4. According to Reuters, Sony investors in the Japanese electronics giant were briefed on the company’s three year plan to turn a corner and increase revenue. With Sony’s Xperia smartphone falling short of ...

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YouTube Briefly Suspends Blizzard's Channel

YouTube Briefly Suspends Blizzard’s Channel

YouTube shut down one of Blizzard’s YouTube channels for a shocking 40 minute period of time today as the result of alleged copyright violations. Yep, you read that right. The Irvine California based gaming company’s World Championship Series StarCraft YouTube channel was suspended for violating their own copyright by posting content that they actually created. It seems that DCMA takedowns ...

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