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Xiaomi Mi5 release date, metal frame, QHD display confirmed

A fresh new batch of leaked Xiaomi Mi5 photos revealed that we could be looking at a full-metal phone with a QHD display, to be launched sometime in Spring. The new leaked Xiaomi Mi5 photos come from Nowhereelse.fr, a pretty reliable source when it comes to mobile devices. The metal frame of the Chinese smartphone can be seen in the ...

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Spartan will come with interesting features such as Cortana integration as it prepares to replace Internet Explorer.

Windows 10 Spartan browser will feature Cortana integration

The Windows 10 Consumer Preview event is still a couple of weeks away, but luckily we don’t have to wait until then to learn more about the latest version of Microsoft’s operating system. A while back, we heard that the tech giant plans to finally get rid of the infamous Internet Explorer and replace it with something entirely new. This ...

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The Lumia 928 price is currently cut at Amazon and Verizon, and so is the Lumia 925 price

Lumia 928 price slashed at Amazon and Verizon

The Lumia 928 price wasn’t very high until now, but Amazon and Verizon decided to slash them even more so that the Windows-touting high-end smartphone would end up in more tech enthusiasts’ hands. Lumia 928 price was around $450 before, but now you can get your hands on a black or white version of the handset at Verizon for only ...

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The iPhone 7 release date doesn't seem to be getting closer, but the iPhone 6s might move in instead

iPhone 7 release date postponed indefinitely, iPhone 6s coming instead

The iPhone 7 release date, while extremely talked about already, seems to have been postponed according to persons close to the company. That doesn’t mean that Apple won’t be releasing a new flagship this year, it just means that the Cupertino-based company might be reverting to a different style of releases. The iPhone 6s is supposed to be replacing the ...

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A privacy glitch in OS X reveals sensitive user data when Spotlight searches are performed

Privacy glitch in OS X Spotlight reveals IP addresses, but you can fix it

An alarming privacy glitch in OS X Yosemite was revealed today, analysts saying that through the glitch, bots, spammers, phishers and online tracking companies can pull e-mail addresses, IP addresses and other personal information without the user’s consent. According to various tests performed by IDG News Service as well as the original discoverer of the privacy glitch in OS X, ...

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The iOS 8.2 update release is most likely set for March, alongside the Apple Watch

iOS 8.2 update fixes battery drain issues on the iPhone 5

The upcoming iOS 8.2 update should focus on fixing know issues we’ve had with iOS 8.1.2, the latest iOS update form Apple released for the iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 and the iPad line-up. The release of iOS 8.2 is nearing, employees in Apple stores already reportedly testing out the software to see whether it needs more tinkering with. ...

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Will Bethesda bring Fallout 4 to GDC 2015?

As 2015 begins, we’re restarting last year’s frustratingly unanswered question – is this the year Bethesda is finally releasing Fallout 4? We’ve eagerly awaited the Fallout 3 and New Vegas sequel at most game conventions last year, hoping that Bethesda would drop the bomb at GDC, E3 or even Quakecon. None of these things happened, and in all honesty, they ...

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Round smart watch from Samsung release date set for MWC 2015

A round smart watch from Samsung might be in the works from the South Korean company who brought us the 3G-enabled Samsung Gear S. Round smart watches have taken hold of the wearable industry and people seem to be more attracted to their stylish design than the rectangle-shaped timepieces we have had so far. If we are indeed looking forward to ...

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