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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Launch in IFA Trade Show

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is only a few months old yet rumors about Samsung Galaxy Note 4 have already emerged. The past three Galaxy Note devices were all launched at the IFA in Berlin, so the launch of Galaxy Note 4 in the same event is anticipated. The South Korean tech giant confirmed the arrival of Samsung Galaxy Note 4 this ...

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Amazon will compete with Apple and Samsung for the smartphone market

After announcing earlier this month that they wanted a slice of the set-top box market, Amazon made another tech related announcement recently. It seems like the electronic commerce company now wants to compete with Apple, Samsung and all the other important smartphone manufacturers out there. On April 2, 2014 the Amazon Fire Tv was unveiled and it was made available ...

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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 vs Nokia Lumia Icon

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 vs Nokia Lumia Icon – What to choose?

Today we’ll be looking at two of the best smartphones. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3, one of the Android flagships, and Lumia Icon, a high-end smartphone designed by Nokia. While Nokia Lumia Icon runs with Microsoft’s Windows Phone 8 operating system, Samsung Galaxy Note 3 runs on a heavily skinned Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, dubbed TouchWiz. Both of them representing two well-respected ...

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Heartbleed threatening OpenSSL’s reliability

Heartbleed is an error in OpenSSL, the open-source encryption standard used by many websites that need to transmit the data that users want to keep confidential. For instance, this is used when you’re sending an email or chatting on IM. This encryption works by making it so that any data being sent apparently looks absurd to anyone but the intended ...

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LaCie’s new and updated Thunderbolt 2 storage solutions

A couple of days ago LaCie revealed three new and updated Thunderbolt 2 storage solutions, with the 2big, 5big and 8big Rack, orientated towards 4K video editing and other professional media uses, at the National Association of Broadcasters conference, which gathers customers buying hardware and software for editing video. LaCie is a Seagate Technology branch that focuses on a higher-end customers, Thunderbolt 2 doubles ...

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Geeksphone Revolution available in Europe

Geeksphone, the Spain-based phone manufacturer, announced that Revolution, a smartphone capable of running Android as well as the Firefox OS, is now officially available in Europe. Geeksphone’s MultiOS technology allows users to switch between Android and Boot2Gecko by Mozilla, or any other community-supported OS. The Firefox OS is Mozilla’s attempt to bring a web-first focus to smartphones. Geeksphone has been ...

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Logitech’s Illuminated Living-Room Keyboard K830 for Smart TV

Isn’t it irritating to own a Smart TV that enables you to watch media content from your computer or the internet without the need of a PC, and using an outdated remote control to enjoy this comfort? Thankfully, the new Logitech Illuminated Living-Room Keyboard K830 makes typing and navigating smart TV platforms much easier. Logitech is a world leader in ...

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AMD aiming for the top with Radeon R9 295X2

After much speculation and a lot of teasers, AMD is releasing their long-awaited Hawaii-powered entry to their dual-GPU series of cards, available worldwide from April 21. AMD has a very powerful GPU at its disposal now, and with its R9 295X2, AMD is going beyond anything it’s done before, making it clear that they’re aiming for the top. Almost a ...

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Support for Windows XP ends today

Support for Windows XP operating system ends today, this means that there will be no more official security updates and bug fixes for the operating system from Microsoft. Security firms said anyone else using the 13-year-old software would be at increased risk of infection and compromise by cyber-thieves. The UK government negotiated extended support contracts for the OS and has signed a ...

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Google TV reborn as Android TV

A few days after Amazon launched its device, the Fire TV, Google is launching a new television platform called Android TV, according to documents obtained by The Verge. Android TV is described as sharing more in common with set boxes like Apple TV and Amazon’s Fire TV. The device will be compatible with gaming, and come with an optional gaming ...

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