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ASUS ZenFone 2 Hitting North American Smartphone Market

Known primarily in the United States for its desktop’s, laptops, and computer parts, ASUS is set to make a foray into the North American smartphone market with the ZenFone 2.  The ASUS ZenFone 2 faces an uphill battle against more entrenched competitors as it moves in on the territory of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the iPhone 6. Those looking ...

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Apple Beefs Up GPS Program With Coherent Navigation Purchase

Apple yesterday confirmed to The New York Times their purchase of global positioning company, Coherent Navigation.  MacRumors got wind of the acquisition before the official announcement, reporting that Coherent Navigation’s CEO, Paul Lego, and co-founders, William Bencze and Brett Ledvina, had already made the transition to new positions at Apple. Apple has not officially released the reason for the purchase, ...

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The Future of Windows with Windows 10

I’m sure that many Windows users are excited for the free upgrade to Windows 10 that is coming later this year – unless you’re a pirate. In which case you may be feeling a little lukewarm over the whole thing after Microsoft’s redacted their statement on who qualifies for free. But the news that the newest operating system will be free, even if ...

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Samsung Announces Tizen is Here to Stay

You might remember Tizen as the mobile operating system for a few high end smartphone devices a couple of years ago, that looked and acted as a Android clone.  If you don’t know, Tizen is an operating system based on the Linux kernel and GNU C Library implementing the Linux API.  It’s owned partially by both Samsung and Intel and ...

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Greenpeace crowns Apple the most eco-friendly tech company

In Greenpeace’s recent report on developments towards an eco-friendly internet, ‘Clicking Clean,’ Apple were found to be the greenest company among its tech peers. Each company, which included Microsoft and Facebook, were graded according to their use of renewable energies, as opposed to nuclear and fossil-fuels, as well as a number of other factors. Apple was the only company to ...

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Xiaomi set to launch new stores in Europe and America

Xiaomi, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer best known for making tech products which take a little more than inspiration from Apple, is set to expand into European and American territories. Xiaomi stores have a launch date of May 19th, in set Western markets. Those looking forward to lapping up one of their high-end smartphones will be disappointed to hear that only ...

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Chromebooks: Are they ready yet?

In 2011, Google unveiled their vision of the future – the Chromebook. To those unacquainted with Chromebooks, it would be best to start by mentioning Google’s internet browser, the hugely popular Chrome. In many ways, that’s all you need to know about Chromebooks. It embodies Google’s web based vision of the future by promising lightweight, inexpensive, easy-to-use, and a virus ...

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Oculus Rift recommended system specs revealed

Until now team Oculus have remained coy about their VR marvel, divulging little information on the consumer model. They recently announced that the device would hit shelves by Spring of next year, and now we know what they recommend for Oculus Rift. In order to deliver a consistent user experience, a set of recommended specifications have been set. These can ...

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Is Oculus Rift The Future of Gaming?

When the Oculus Rift broke out onto the scene on Kickstarter years ago, there were a lot of skeptics. We had flashbacks to the Virtual Boy, and the broken promises that it represented as Nintendo made that failed attempt to shepherd us into the future. As we funded the Oculus Rift, we were making a leap of faith and hoping ...

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