KitKat rolling out to Sony Xperia Z, ZL, ZR and Tablet Z

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Earlier today we’ve reported that HTC One (M7) is getting updated in Europe and now we have another major manufacturer doing the updating as announced earlier this year. Sony is rolling out Android 4.4 KitKat to Sony Xperia Z, ZL, ZR and Tablet Z devices. Sony pointed out that the rollout ...

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Next version of Android looking to change navigation buttons

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The next version of Android, whether it be 4.5 or 5.0, is possibly looking to change up the look of the interface a lot more than the subtle changes from Ice Cream Sandwich to Jelly Bean to KitKat. We’ve already seen the leaks of their redesigned stock icons, code named ...

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Crash through buildings and zip line with a cane in Granny Smith [App of the Day]

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Debuting back in 2012, Granny Smith seemed to be one of those breakout games that would climb the app charts.  I thought the game was excellent, and I still do, but I never noticed anyone playing it and none of my friends or family asked about it.  The game has been successful, but has not ...

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Facebook rumored to introduce Snapchat competitor, Slingshot

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According to a recent report from Financial TImes, Facebook has been building its own Snapchat like video messenger.  The app otherwise known as “Slingshot”, would do just like Snapchat, by allowing users to send short video messages. Last year, Facebook tried to acquire Snapchat ...

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Telenav’s Scout app switches on OpenStreetMap

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Telenav on Monday announced its mobile apps will begin using OpenStreeMap. More specifically, the iOS app will begin integrating the crowd-sourced maps later this week. The Android version, for its part, will see the feature roll out by June. One of the key differences in using OpenStreetMap ...

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VTech Connect-to-Cell DS6670-6C review

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At First Glance The Bluetooth Connect-to-Cell DS6670-6C by V-Tech is one of the easiest ways to give up your Landline while keeping handsets around the house. This model features a base equipped with one handset, an earpiece, and comes with four additional extension units to place about your ...

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Fitbit Flex Review: where tech and sweat meet

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With all the different activity trackers on the market today it can be hard to decide which one to go with. Many questions race through my mind like, “Can I get it wet?”, “How long will it last on a charge?”, “Will it bother me throughout the day?”, “Is ...

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AT&T’s Muve Music could potentially be up for sale

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Did you know that AT&T is connected to a music streaming service other than Beats Music? Muve Music has flown under the radar for quite some time now, ranging back to around the time that Beats Music came in to play. Cricket Wireless, an AT&T company, is the carrier that deals directly ...

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Microsoft updates OneDrive app for Android

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For those who have come to count on the cloud as a baseline file storage method, Microsoft’s OneDrive (formerly SkyDrive) is a very competitive option, offering 7GB of online storage and transparent Office integration. Now the Microsoft OneDrive team, by way of their blog, has provided ...

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NYNE Bass review

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Face it, there’s a ton of portable and wireless speaker options out there. And, with prices ranging from $40-$400 it’s easy to find something that fits your budget. But, as you’ve likely heard elsewhere or in other aspects of life, there’s something to be said about ...

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Google’s Nexus 6 is said to be based on the LG G3

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The LG G3 may not be released just yet, but it seems that the upcoming flagship device by LG may be forming the basis for the next Nexus 6 by Google if recent reports are anything to go by. Whilst the Nexus 6 is touted for the second half of 2014, not much else is... Read More

Transporter Sync Review

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As bandwidth availability increases, more focus is being placed on cloud services, with the likes of Dropbox and Google Drive gaining in popularity for users to store their documents, pictures, and music in the cloud. However, whilst a lot of focus is placed on the functionality of these cloud ...

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Sprint announces HTC One M8 Harman/Kardon Edition, Spotify partnership

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Today, Sprint announced several new product offerings. First up we have the Sprint HTC One (M8) Harmon/Kardon Edition.  The device seems to be identical in specs to the standard One (M8) while adding software for music quality enhancement. After a hands-on, PCMag has reported that the Boomsound ...

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New Amazon smartphone rumors spell out gestures, tilting, and more

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It seems the Amazon smartphone is getting yet more details in the latest leak and the 3D effects were just that start of Amazon’s plans to bring something new to an already crowded market. Unsurprisingly, the Amazon smartphone will run a heavily customised version of Android just like ...

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Flippypad, a Project Ara concept gamers could get behind

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By now, everyone has probably heard about Google’s Project Ara modular smartphone that should arrive in January 2015. While there are plenty of people talking about the potential to swap out components such as the display, camera, processor, battery, etc., one concept is making its way ...

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