Nokia-C1-RumorIt has been said that the upcoming smartphone that will carry Nokia’s logo will be known as the Nokia C1, although that has not been confirmed by any party just yet. Apart from that, we do know that new mobile devices that bear the Nokia name will be arriving next year, but no leaks on the hardware specifications or even its looks have occurred – but at least we have an interpretation of the alleged C1’s design today thanks to a leaked render in which you can see above.

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lg-tv-with-rokuSmart TVs are nothing special these days, as we have seen major manufacturers take up the mantle in recent times, so much so that it can be rather difficult to pick a model to suit your needs due to the kinds of choices that you are flooded with. Well, LG has added more company to the party with their new range of Roku-powered Smart TVs that will sit in the entry-level niche. Do take note that LG is adamant that these entry-level smart TVs will be a one-off effort, and they do not intend to drop WebOS anytime soon.

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bwFancy getting paid to walk? Yes, that is certainly a novel idea never mind the fact that the currency in which you will get paid in would be in Bitwalking dollars. Bitwalking will be launched first in four nations, where Japan is one of them. Being a digital crypto-currency that is generated by human movement, you do not need to “mine” this currency, but rather, make use of your two legs. An app on your smartphone will count and verify the number of steps that you take, where approximately 5 miles’ worth of walking will result in 1 BW$ thereabouts.

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Towards the end of every month Sony reveals the titles which will be offered for free to all PlayStation Plus members in the coming month. That’s one of the incentives PS Plus subscribers get, aside from the ability to play online. We’re only a few days away from December and today Sony has confirmed the PS Plus free games for December 2015.

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It was public knowledge that Fossil was working on an Android Wear-powered smartwatch, the company unveiled it last month, it’s called the Q Founder and today Fossil has finally released it. The smartwatch is part of the company’s Q line of wearable devices with the Q Founder being the flagship product. As previously mentioned it runs Android Wear and is powered by an Intel chipset.

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Volkswagen Group today posted a video on its YouTube channel detailing its plan for fixing the EA 189 diesel engines, the 1.6 and 2 liter engines were found to have cheat devices that cook results on emission tests. Millions of the company’s cars were found to be cheating emissions tests in North America and Europe, Volkswagen has now proposed two steps to fix these engines.

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Across the globe events are being conducted to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Albert Einstein’s theory of general relativity. On this day in 1915 the German-born theoretical physicist presented his paper to the Prussian Academy of Sciences, paving the way for discoveries and explanations about the world and the universe. Einstein’s theory has been regarded as “the most beautiful of all physical theories” by the great Russian physicist Lev Landau.

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Not too long ago the world came to know that Wu-Tang Clan has made a new album but it’s not like any other album, it can’t be commercially exploited until the year 2103, which means you just can’t purchase Once Upon A Time In Shaolin online or in a store. However if you are a private collector with money to burn then you could most certainly pick up the only double album for a price “in the millions,” which one private American collector did.

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Toyota has announced that it’s issuing a recall for 1.6 million cars covering roughly 20 models in Japan in order to check if the cars produced between 2004 and 2008, including the popular Vitz, have faulty Takata airbag parts. Recalled cars will be inspected for any airbag defects. The latest recall follows the one Toyota made earlier this year in June.

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Ever since Apple Pay was launched earlier this year it has been rumored multiple times that Apple is working quite hard to bring its mobile payments service to China. The company first needs to ink alliances with local players in the market to ensure that Apple Pay has a chance of really succeeding in one of the most lucrative markets on the planet. According to a new report Apple and China UnionPay are inching ever closer to a formal agreement, the two parties apparently have a “preliminary” agreement already.

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