PlayStation Plus subscribers might be wondering why they haven’t been told about all of the games they will be receiving for free this month yet. Usually folks who run the PlayStation Blog make this information public in the last week of the ending month so given that February is already over, we should have got this information a few days ago, but that hasn’t been the case. As it turns out the PlayStation Plus March 2015 free games might not be announced until next week.

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Earlier this week Apple confirmed the date for its Apple Watch event, which is now less than a week away, at the event we expect to hear more information about the smartwatch’s features as well as the final lowdown on its pricing and availability. A new report today sheds some light on a feature that Apple might unveil at its event. We’re told about “Power Reserve” which is a low-energy mode that will allow the Apple Watch to keep going even when its battery is running on fumes.

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It was recently discovered by security researchers that the data Samsung’s smart TVs were transmitting back to servers was totally unencrypted. This came after the controversy surrounding Samsung’s privacy policy for smart TVs which essentially told users that they should refrain from discussing sensitive information in from of the television as it might pick that up. At that time Samsung said that it was only the older smart TV sets that were doing this and that newer sets were encrypting data before sending it. This has been proven false.

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We have known for a while now that premium features are coming to Tinder, a popular smartphone dating app, and that users will have to pay a monthly subscription fee to access those features. The new features will be bundled under a program called Tinder Plus which according to a recent report is going to launch on Monday, that’s tomorrow, for $9.99 per month.

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There have been lots of news today from Barcelona as Mobile World Congress 2015 kicks off. We have mostly been covering new devices and other related news, even though BlackBerry is present at the event, it hasn’t unveiled a new device just yet. The company however did confirm that BBM Android Wear support, which has been confirmed previously, is coming tomorrow along with custom PINs.

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Now that Samsung has formally unveiled its two new smartphones, the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, carriers in the United States are sending in their confirmations that they will indeed be selling this device when it is released next month. T-Mobile, Sprint, U.S. Cellular and Cricket have all confirmed that they will offer Samsung’s latest and greatest to their customers in April.

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Samsung took to the stage in Barcelona today to unveil the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. The company also announced its payment service, Samsung Pay, at today’s event. We finally got to know what the Galaxy S6 release date is. The new smartphone will be released on April 10th. Initially it will only be available in 20 countries around the globe before expanding to other nations.

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Last year Samsung unveiled a virtual reality headset called the Gear VR. It works with the Galaxy Note 4. Today the company unveiled its new smartphones, Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, and also announced a new Gear VR innovator edition headset that works with the new smartphones. Apart from adding support for its latest smartphones Samsung has also made a couple of tweaks to the VR headset to ensure that they provide users with an improved virtual reality experience.

Read full post →New Gear VR Headset Announced For Galaxy S6 And Galaxy S6 Edge


For the past few months we have been hearing rumors that Samsung is working on a new payments service, today the company confirmed it, Samsung Pay was formally announced at Samsung’s event today in Barcelona. The Samsung Pay announcement came as part of the company’s Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge unveil, both devices support this service, which utilizes NFC and MST or Magnetic Secure Transaction.

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samsung-galaxy-s6-edge_008The Samsung Galaxy S6 is the most anticipated Android Smartphone of the past few months and after a huge flow of rumors, leaks and teasers, we finally had our hands on not one, but two designs since the Galaxy S6 comes with a secondary Galaxy S6 Edge design. Although they share a common hardware platform, they feel different enough to have their own identities. The Galaxy S6 provides a straight upgrade from the Galaxy S5 launched last year, while the S6 Edge explores new design and user interface concepts that could become the norm at Samsung if user feedback is positive.

With the S6 Series, Samsung has addressed key points that concern nearly every users out there: premium design and materials, ergonomics, user interface speed, fast and high-performance camera, fast charging and integrated wireless charging. This is pretty much the A-list of any smartphone users, and the S6 hits hard. Read full post →Samsung Galaxy S6 Review