fb ios 8 updateIt was yesterday that iOS 8 was released to the masses, and hence it makes perfect sense for developers to talk about how their apps would fare in light of the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system. Facebook did not shy away from the subject, and the social network giant intends to introduce more updates to Facebook in the weeks to come, letting it feel right at home on your iOS-powered device (iOS 8, that is).

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ff13For those of you who simply fawn over all things Final Fantasy, you will be pleased as punch to realize that word has gotten out, pointing to a Final Fantasy 13 release over on Steam in October. This means that Lighting will be making his way over to the PC platform via Steam next month. The asking price for Final Fantasy 13 stands at $15.99 a pop, although if you are one who is always on the lookout for a bargain, how about placing your pre-order today and enjoy 10% off the listed price?

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oneplus preorderWhile the OnePlus One smartphone might be sought after by certain quarters, it definitely is not easy at all to make sure that you will be one of the lucky few people to grab hold of one, and there is a very simple reason behind that – the device itself has an annoying invitation system that makes it all the more challenging to procure one of these puppies so that you can hold it to the side of your ear and chat all day long, at the same time using those times to parade it in front of your green eyed friends. Thankfully, the days of awful invitations are over, as OnePlus has decided to ditch that system in favor of a prim and proper pre-order system.

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iphone 6 2 640x483Earlier this morning, we did mention about the iPhone 6 as well as its larger sized sibling, the iPhone 6 Plus’ release over in the world’s most populous country being held back simply because of a licensing issue. Of course, before the licensing issue is solved, there is another hurdle which both handsets would need to pass, and that would mean picking up the nod of approval from the China Compulsory Certification (CCC).

Read full post →iPhone 6 And iPhone 6 Plus Gets CCC Certified In China


polaroid socialmaticAh, the name Polaroid itself does conjure up images (pardon the pun) of instant photos that used to be plenty of fun, and is finding its way back to being in vogue at cocktail parties as well as photo booths at weddings. Earlier this year at CES 2014, the Polaroid Socialmatic camera was announced, but there does not seem to have any kind of release date attached to it back then. Things have changed (for the better, I might add) with word that this camera will go on sale some time early next year, where it ought to retail for $300 thereabouts, assuming it will cost 300 Euro across the pond.

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win9 buildIt does look as though recent leaks on Windows 9 have brought about a greater level of awareness of what this upcoming operating system is capable of, including the introduction of Wi-Fi Sense on the platform. Well, yet another version of Windows 9 has just leaked out, and it would be Windows 9 Build 9834 that goes under scrutiny this time around.

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scotland outcomeForget about Zoltan – you might want to rely on Bing to tell you of your future. After all, isn’t it Microsoft’s technology that helped Cortana predict most of the World Cup 2014 results correctly, not to mention it is being tested out to predict NFL results? Having said that, today is an extremely important day for William Wallace’s countrymen – Scotland, as the Scots go to vote in order to have a say whether Scotland will remain as part of the U.K. – or not.

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Motorola LogoEarlier this morning, we did make mention about the possibility of Verizon Wireless and Motorola rolling out a new Droid device with rapid charging capability sometime next month. There was no name attached to this particular device, although it seems that it could very well end up being called the Motorola Droid Turbo. Apart from that, the mid-October rollout date is also tipped to happen, and as with any other good rumor out there, time will be able to tell whether it is going to come true or not.

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oppo r1 refreshIt looks like there is going to be a new version of the Oppo R1 in due time, at least in Malaysia as the smartphone has just received a refresh in the form of the Oppo R1L. While it might look pretty much similar to the Oppo R1 on the surface, there have been some subtle changes introduced which might just make you lust after the refreshed model. For starters, the 5” display at 720 x 1280 resolution will remain the same, but the innards is now powered by a quad-core 1.6GHz Snapdragon 400 CPU. Not only that, the 7.1mm thin body houses 1GB RAM and 16GB of internal memory to boot.

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Earlier today Samsung confirmed that the Galaxy Note 4 release has been penciled in for next month. Starting tomorrow pre-orders for the company’s latest flagship will also go live. A short while after that announcement major carriers in the U.S. started confirming their pricing and availability details for this device. Here we have the AT&T Galaxy Note 4 price and release details for those who want to pick up their new Samsung device from this carrier.

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