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7 Must-have Android games

The Google Play store is swarming with Android games by the millions, from free to paid games that tickle our gaming senses. I’m very picky when it comes to games, and don’t like the hassle of credit card payments and the like, so I tend to try out a lot of free Android games until I find the ones I ...

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Microsoft, Amazon and Samsung rumored to be interested in Cyanogen

Word on the street lately is that a lot of companies are interested in a possible partnership with the Cyanogen team. They are well known for the CyanogenMod custom ROM, which is based on the Android operating system, but can be customized in various ways. However, the team is perhaps even more famous for their work on the software that’s running on ...

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 can be seen on the Samsung Mobile website

We’re just a few short days away from the Samsung Galaxy Note 4’s grand unveiling, but we can already see the device on the Samsung Mobile website today. Granted, it’s only via a UAProf so we can’t really get a glimpse of the device in all of its splendor, but we can get gather some useful information nevertheless. First off, the ...

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Apple sent out invites for the iPhone 6, iWatch and iOS 8 launch event

Everyone has been talking about the iPhone 6 and its launch date for the last several months, and with good reason. Apple’s upcoming flagship smartphone is the most anticipated iPhone ever and arguably the most anticipated device of the year. Previous rumors suggested that Apple will be hosting a big media event on September 9th and we should expect the handset to ...

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Google X: Project Wing to use drones to make deliveries

Project Wing from Google X laboratories aims at same-day delivery service, trumping Amazon’s drone program. Since verybody is aching for same-day delivery, this field of research has been blooming lately and the apparition of drones is not something entirely unexpected. Google is a leading tech company so it’s no surprise that it got mixed up in the drone affair. Google’s ...

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OnePlus dropping invitation-system by October

When OnePlus launched the OnePlus One, they stated that the flagship won’t be available for pre-order in traditional fashion, rather it will be an invite based distribution. This came as a controversial tactic, but it was understandable since OnePlus was fresh out on the market and they were in need of something controversial to set things off. Many have already ...

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New slim Apple MacBook Pro in production

Apple tries to never lag around in terms of new products and accessories, and MacBook Pro is not one of their devices they should leave as is. That’s why Apple will probably be releasing a new MacBook Pro edition with a slimmer design, supposedly in Q1 of 2015. The new MacBook Pro is rumored to already be in production phase, ...

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Impact X: the phone that can survive an explosion

Different IP certifications have almost become necessities in high end devices nowadays, and the Impact X phone aims to take a step forward in environmental damage resistance. The Kyocera Brigadier was one of this year’s smartphones that amazed with its shock-resistance and durable chassis.The Bartec Pixavi Imapct X on the other hand has no competition in this field and will ...

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