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Twitter is now tracking the apps installed on your mobile device

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Twitter just made an announcement that’s bound to make at least a few people suspicious in regards to their intentions. The company is now tracking all the apps installed on your mobile device in order to offer more specific content for each user while they’re using the microblogging platform. Twitter emphasizes the fact that it is only collecting the list of ...

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Prynt turns your phone into a printer

Prynt turns your phone into a printer

While I’m sure we’ve all heard of extravagant phone cases, Prynt is among those that are not only for show, but have great practical value. Prynt is a phone case that will not only protect your phone, but it will print your photos and can even make videos from hard-copy photos. Even though Prynt is still a prototype and it’s ...

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Copresence is Google’s version of AirDrop

Copresence is Google's version of AirDrop

Copresence has just been leaked online, and it seems that Google is working towards integration with multiple mobile OS platforms. We don’t know what Copresence is yet, but the build has already been seen by developers. Some images of an iPhone and an Android phone have been depicted communicating with each other, which suggests that Copresence might be an AirDrop ...

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Apple Watch release date delayed

Apple Watch delayed

When Apple announced the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, the company also introduced a new device in its line-up, the Apple Watch. Since the announcement, the wearable from the Cupertino based company has been quite controversial and we still don’t have an exact date for the launch. The Apple Watch should end up being one of the most expensive ...

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Lenovo announces new fitness tracker

Lenovo announces new fitness tracker

Lenovo has just revealed its new fitness tracker, which resembles certain Fitbit units that have already made it onto the market. There hasn’t been much hype around the Lenovo fitness tracker and it seems that the company didn’t bother to make it too popular either. The new fitness tracker is called the Lenovo Smartband, with model number SW-B100, and it ...

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iPhone business going great, iPad not so much

The iPhone business is going much better than Apple's iPad business, following the 4th quarter revenue report

This Fall, Apple has finally upgraded its device line with two new iPhones, the iPhone 6 with a 4.7 inch display and the iPhone 6 Plus with a 5.5 inch display, as well as a thinner, lighter iPad Air 2, a not-so-new iPad Mini 3, a 27 inch 5K iMac and a new Mac Mini. The quarterly reports for Apple ...

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iOS to Android made easy by Google guide

Switching from iOS to Android made easier by Google guide

Google thinks that there are many people out there using iPhones or iPads that are interested in switching from an iOS based device to Android based gadgets. Google thought that it would be a nice gesture to help iOS users out by publishing a guide on how to make the transition to Android easier. Seeing as Apple published its own ...

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Archos VR will be the cheapest VR headset you can find

Virtual Reality headsets and goggles have become quite popular since Google Cardboard, Oculust Rift and Samsung Gear VR have hit the market. While we are enthusiastic about these headsets, as well as about Google Glass and the Sony’s Project Morpheus, there’s a new company hopping on the VR train. Epson has already made its debut with the affordable Epson Moverio BT-200, ...

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Flickr for iOS gets update for iPad optimization

Flickr iOS updated for iPad

As you’ve all probably heard by now, Apple has launched a whole new line of products, including the new iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3, iMac Retina 5K and the Mac Mini. While the iMac and Mac Mini have received a fair share of attention, the iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 are much more hyped than the computers. ...

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Android 5.0 Lollipop vs iOS 8 – upgrades and improvements

Android 5.0 Lollipop

Two of the most recent mobile operating systems have just been launched by two of the biggest companies in the world, Apple and Google. Google has announced the arrival of Android 5.0 Lollipop yesterday, while iOS 8 was launched in tandem with Apple’s new flagships, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Both these new mobile operating systems are stepping ...

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