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Android 4.4.3 KitKat is now available for Nexus 10

The Android 4.4.3 KitKat update has begun rolling out for a number of devices. Reports have started coming in that the long-awaited update is now available for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 . Yesterday we’ve heard that Google has started pushing 4.4.3 to the Moto X, Moto E, Moto G, Galaxy S4, and HTC One M8 GPe. Earlier today the company began ...

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Xbox One controller PC Drivers are now available

The long-awaited PC Drivers for the Xbox One controller are finally available. Major Nelson announced earlier that the drivers will be part of an upcoming Windows Update. But if you’re eager to plug in your Xbox One controller and play some games, you can already download them. “We’re planning to release the drivers as part of a Windows update in ...

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Google Street View takes you to the World Cup 2014

Google was planning to launch the Street View Imagery of all 12 World Cup stadiums. The launch took place today, just a week before the first game of the 2014 football World Cup in Brazil.  This way, Google is giving football fans the opportunity to save their tickets and expenses. The feature lets everyone explore all 12 of the World ...

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Google launches Encrypted E-mails Chrome extension

You probably already knew that Google’s Gmail supports encryption. But did you know that when a Gmail user e-mails somebody using an unencrypted service, the message isn’t protected? In fact up to half of all e-mails sent to, and from Gmail are not encrypted because of this. To fix the situation Google intends to start naming and shaming unencrypted e-mail ...

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is getting Android 4.4.2 in the US

Samsung is finally releasing the Android 4.4 KitKat update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8in the US. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is basically a Note 2 with an 8-inch screen. It’s still a great device and many people still enjoy using it. With the new update, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 should get a new life. It came out in April ...

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OnePlus One vs OPPO Find 7a

OPPO Find 7a vs. OnePlus One – High-end for low price

Probably two of the best phones provided by the Chinese market right now (and almost the same company), both the One and the Find 7a are top of the line, high quality pieces of tech with a very attractive price-tag. OnePlus, as the company addmited, is owned by OPPO , but the company clarified that OnePlus is an independently run company and does not ...

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Latest Xbox One update comes with external storage support

Larry Hryb, also known as Major Nelson has announced via Twitter that the Xbox One June update is now rolling out. The system update comes with some highly anticipated features, most notably the addition of external storage support. This means that your Xbox One can now support up to two hard drives at once. This feature was teased earlier this ...

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Apple might support Bitcoin transactions soon

An interesting thing that was revealed by Apple recently is the fact that the company is going to support virtual currencies. Presumably this includes Bitcoin, but maybe others as well. They are going to decide which are the legitimate ones and which are the illegitimate ones, but we don’t know what their criteria will be yet. The official statement regarding this ...

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Swift, a new programming language developed by Apple

Although perhaps the least appreciated by the public, the biggest announcement from Apple’s keynote was the introduction of an entirely new programming language, which is called Swift. We assume the company finally figured that their previous language, Objective C was a bit old and they needed a change. Objective C was considered to be a little bit cumbersome and difficult to ...

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