Know Your Samsung Gear CompatibilityFitness fans, here is news for you. Samsung Electronics has decided to make an announcement concerning the compatibility of their Samsung Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo, and Gear Fit devices. As of today, the Samsung Gear 2 Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit are said to play nice with a whopping 20 Galaxy devices, where among them would include the Galaxy S5, Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy TabPRO. This latest list would mean there are a dozen Galaxy smartphones and 8 tablets which will work with Samsung Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit without running into any compatibility issues.

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Google Glass Android 4.4 KitKat Update ArrivesIt was recently that we brought you word on how Google announced that they would be introducing the Android 4.4 KitKat operating system update to Google Glass sometime this week, but who would have thought that it would be so soon as today? Also known as the XE16 update for Google Glass, this KitKat adventure offers some sweet features and functions for your wearable piece of technology, allowing the Google Glass to play nice with Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy connectivity for the very first time.

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Cheaper Chevrolet Volt Could Arrive SoonElectric vehicles have not really gone mainstream just yet, although you can say that it has certainly picked up steam in the past few years, as more and more people look at electric cars in a different light. The Chevrolet Volt could prove to be a “mainstream” electric vehicle, so to speak, but demand has not been as strong as what its executives anticipated ever since the Volt entered production at the beginning of this decade. General Motors has been touted to be working on a more affordable bank account friendly version of its Chevrolet Volt, which is not necessarily a bad thing.

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There is plenty that the new Samsung Galaxy S5 is, where it is capable of being water resistant, laughs at the colony of dust bunnies in your home, being full well capable of shooting some very high quality video along the way, but one thing it is not – bulletproof. Sure, we have seen the Galaxy S5 go through some rather abusive tests in the past, including falling under the drop of a hammer, but Rick Ryan, the “tech assassin,” has decided to send the Samsung Galaxy S5 to the firing range and see how it stacks up against a .50-caliber Barrett.

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I am quite sure that by now, most of us would know that the Samsung Galaxy S5, a flagship device from the South Korean manufacturer, has made its mark in many different markets throughout the world. I would not recommend putting it through the nasty “hammer” test however, but you can surely place it under a running tap just to test out its IP67 certified credentials. Having said that, there are many different features found on the Samsung Galaxy S5 that are worth talking about, but its ability to shoot 4K, or Ultra High Definition (UHD) video is definitely worth checking out, as you can see for yourself in the video above.

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Lady Talks Her Way To Free Boob Job Via Website

Gemini Smith before her surgery on the left, sporting a confident look on the right post-surgery.

The internet has truly made the world grow a whole lot smaller. Take 23 year old Gemini Smith for instance, where she managed to raise the £4,450 required in order to enlarge her breasts to a size that she desired simply by chatting to men online. Gemini, a trainee undertaker, touts that her 34A breasts made her look like “a 12-year-old boy”, and after the operation, she has raised the stakes to 34DD, after giving her herself a chance with American website is a place where strangers can chat up with the ladies registered there while making a donation towards their cosmetic surgery dream.

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Halo: Spartan Assault Kicks Off Universal Windows Games Microsoft has just started to accept universal applications for its combined Windows and Windows Phone Store, and what better way to introduce universal apps than in the form of a game – Halo: Spartan Assault? The one time purchase of this game will be able to be used on either platform, where it has been listed as a universal app in both the Windows Store and Windows Phone Store.

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Duke Nukem: Mass Destruction Redirects Visitors To New WebsiteIs Duke Nukem, the anti-hero of sorts, going to make another comeback in due time? That remains a question that is worth mulling over, but for now, we will have to make do with what little information that we already have. The Duke Nukem: Mass Destruction website, known as, has redirected the user to, where on that particular website, it shows off an image of a lit bomb that is ready to explode in 29 days’ time.

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Off White Google Glass Sold Out QuicklyIt seems that Google Glass has dominated the news headlines today, where it went on sale to the public, not to mention having word of Android 4.4 KitKat arriving for the Google Glass, too. It took just hours to sell out its off-white Google Glass models, where at one point in time earlier today, Google did mull over the possibility of extending the sale of its wearable computers, but decided otherwise after that to end sales.

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Microsoft To Open 11 More Specialty Retail Stores In The USMicrosoft has made an official announcement today that they will be opening up the doors to 11 more specialty retail stores in the U.S. when May rolls around, at least according to what was posted on the Microsoft Store Facebook page. Over there, a list of the store locations and opening dates were posted, and as you can check out from the map above, these happen to be spread out throughout the vast country.

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