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First working 3D-printed gun – One year later

A little more than a year has passed since the first ever 3D-printed gun was fired. The pistol was developed by Defense Distributed, an online organization that designs firearms which can be downloaded from the internet. These digital weapons can then become a reality by using a 3D printer. Defense Distributed’s first working gun goes by the name of The Liberator ...

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Apple iWatch rumored to launch this October

Apple’s iWatch will launch in October and will feature a curved OLED display, according to a Nikkei report. Unnamed industry sources claim that Apple intends to build between three and five million iWatches a month. Most analysts and researchers in the market are saying those are huge numbers that are not feasible at this point or maybe even next year. Apple didn’t confirm ...

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Active Android 4.4.2 rollout resumed for AT&T

Samsung and AT&T resumed rolling out the Android 4.4.2 update for the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active after putting it on hold in April. Back then, the official explanation from AT&T and Samsung was “looking into potential improvements”. Now it seems that the issue got resolved as the Android 4.4.2 update is available again for the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active. The ...

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46 New apps for Xbox One – HBO go and Twitter included!

46 new apps have been announced for the Xbox One. Twitter and HBO Go are probably the most anticipated ones, but apps from Comedy Central, Crunchyroll, Major League Gaming and others will also make an appearance. “Twitter experience on Xbox One will be integrated into the TV listings section of OneGuide where you will be able to see the shows ...

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5 Best Games For BlackBerry OS – Time to Play!

The BlackBerry OS has come a long way in recent years. The new 10.3 version of the OS is highly anticipated as it’s rumored to bring a lot of enhancements to the software. As leaks and rumors pile up about its release date, we turn our gaze to something more fun: games. We all like to play games, either on our ...

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Amazon announces 3D smartphone on June 18th

Amazon posted a promotional video for a new product announcement that’s going to take place on June 18th. It’s probably the rumored smartphone that we kept hearing about lately. A few frames of the video reveal the top of a smartphone as discovered yesterday by a sharp eyed Google+ user. Sources say that Amazon plans to announce a smartphone this ...

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Sprint is looking to buy T-Mobile for $32 billion

Sprint has agreed to buy T-Mobile for $32 billion according to Reuters. The deal has not been announced by the companies yet and the information comes from unnamed sources. The U.S. only has four major carriers at the moment, but if this deal goes through and is approved by regulators there will only be three. Softbank owns Sprint and two-thirds of ...

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Softbank’s Pepper robot will be available to consumers soon

The Japanese company Softbank recently said that they plan on selling Pepper humanoid robots to consumers starting in February. Their $2.000 robot will work as a babysitter, nurse, and emergency medical worker. Pepper will also be able to respond to human emotions, according to Software’s CEO  Masayoshi Son. More and more companies seem to be developing an interest for robotics. ...

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Nexus 5 vs LG G2 – KitKat support, price and future proofing

Recent developments have brought two solid phones to our attention once again. First, we have the Google Nexus 5, which we now know will be getting Android KitKat 4.4.3. In fact, the updates for the phone are already starting to roll out, so that’s one extra reason why the Nexus 5 still proves to be relevant and powerful, despite starting ...

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