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Xiaomi Mi4 running Windows Phone spotted in the wild

Microsoft announced a surprising partnership with Xiaomi, starting with enhancing the Xiaomi Mi4 with Microsoft’s own Windows Phone ROM. The partnership means that users who choose to, will be able to flash a Windows Phone ROM onto the Xiaomi Mi4, a feature which will most likely expand to all Android smartphones in the future. Until now, Windows Phone came pre-installed, ...

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ISPs required by law to block torrent and piracy sites

Internet service providers in Australia might be hit with a new piece of legislation soon that will require their action in the prevention of piracy in the online medium. A new bill called the Copyright Amendment was brought in front of Parliament in Australia today, proposing the complete block of websites that may contain and distribute copyrighted materials. The legislation ...

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Twitter launches Periscope to take on popular app Meerkat in streaming

Twitter has been pretty vocal about its reluctance to accept Meerkat, the recently uber-popular video streaming app that has surfaced in the past few weeks. After blocking streaming from Meerkat, Twitter has finally taken a step forward and announced its own video streaming service, dubbed Periscope. Meerkat has risen to the top of trending apps and topics on Twitter thanks ...

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Xiaomi holding special event filled with surprises on the 31st

Xiaomi, the Chinese company that has taken the world by storm with its affordable, high-end devices, has a birthday coming up. On the 31st of March, Xiaomi is turning 5, or at least it is celebrating 5 years since it started making gadgets like those that have yielded millions of positive reviews from customers across the world. Although the company ...

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Facebook On This Day is kind of a throwback Thursday

Facebook is taking the Throwback Thursday tradition to the next level with a new feature they’ve announced today, called On This Day. People are usually interested in how they’ve evolved over time and I know I certainly love looking back at my old posts and laughing my face off at the stupid things I posted a couple years ago. That’s ...

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Nokia and Meizu working on a new MX Supreme phone

Nokia and Meizu are supposedly teaming up for the next behemoth from the Chinese company, dubbed the Meizu MX Supreme. Although these are just rumors, it would be very interesting to see Nokia partner with Meizu for a new smartphone. Meizu’s MX4 and MX4 Pro are leaders in the phablet-market in China while Nokia can boast with excellent quality hardware ...

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Nexus 10 getting Android 5.1 over the air now

Although Google has already released the factory images for the new Android 5.1 software update online, the OTA has only been sent out to a a handful of Nexus devices. Today, Google has finally started rolling out Android 5.1 OTA to the Nexus 10, so you should check for updates if you haven’t made use of the factory images. Android ...

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Android 5.0.2 out for Galaxy Tab S 10.5

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 is reportedly getting the Android 5.0.2 Lollipop update as we speak, although the rollout seems to be restricted to Canada and France at the moment. The Galaxy Tab S 10.55 is one of the biggest and most popular tablets from the South Korean company, and users have been waiting for the new update for ...

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Oppo working on bezeless smartphone

Oppo, a Chinese smartphone famous for its Oppo R5, briefly the thinnest phone on the planet, is supposedly working on demolishing a new record: that of the bezeless smartphone. The race for creating bezeless smartphones got a new edge when Sharp launched the affordable Aquos Crystal last year and ever since, OEMs and users have been focusing more and more ...

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