Titanfall has proven to be a hit title on Xbox and PC, while we wait for its sequel to arrive on other consoles as well there’s a Titanfall offshoot headed to Asia which is going to be a free-to-play game. Electronic Arts has confirmed that a free-to-play version of Titanfall is currently being developed in collaboration with a major publisher based in Asia.

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One advantage of subscribing to PlayStation Plus is that you’re given the ability to download multiple titles for free every month, they might be old or indie titles but at least you get more bang for your buck, aside from the fact that a PS Plus subscription is required to play online. The PS Plus free games for August have been announced today and the coming month’s lineup brings some good choices.

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Back in March this year Amazon introduced Dash Buttons, these small buttons aim to make ordering much easier for people who use Amazon to shop for products like coffee and paper towels. There’s no need to pull out your computer, smartphone or tablet to fire up Amazon. You don’t even need to visit the website for this to work, there’s one button dedicated for one product and pressing it automatically places an order.

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Reddit is one of the most popular websites on the internet, no wonder it refers to itself as the internet’s front page. Despite that massive userbase Reddit still does not offer an official app for Android. Third-party clients are available and Reddit does offer an app for its Ask Me Anything sessions but there’s no official app for the entire site. There’s good news, the official Reddit Android app is going to be released soon.

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Samsung has already confirmed that it’s going to conduct an event on August 13th in New York City, at the event the company is expected to unveil Galaxy Note 5 as well as the Galaxy S6 Edge+. There have been many contradictory reports regarding specifications of the latter, it was initially believed to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 808 processor, now it’s expected to feature the same Exynos 7420 processor found on the existing Galaxy S6 edge model. What about the rear camera though?

Read full post →Galaxy S6 Edge+ Will Have A 16 Megapixel Rear Camera


It’s a big day for Microsoft today as it has finally started rolling out the Windows 10 update over-the-air in 190 countries across the globe. OEM partners have also started selling computers that come with the new software installed right out of the box. Twitter has found a way to get into the news cycle as well, the micro-blogging service has just launched a native Twitter for Windows 10 application which provides users with instant access to top tweets, photos and videos without requiring them to sign in.

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For long Microsoft has operated its music and video services under the Xbox branding but recently the company decided to rebrand primarily because it was causing confusion among people as some of them thought an Xbox console was required to use these services when that wasn’t the case at all. The Xbox Music service is now called Groove and while Sonos didn’t support that service, today it gets support for Groove. That’s just groovy, isn’t it?

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We recently covered a portable rotating dual/tri-panel monitor for laptops called Slidenjoy developed by a Belgium-based startup of the same name. They launched a Kickstarter campaign for their product and the campaign has proven to be a hit raising much more than the startup’s goal, around $530,000 as of this writing. Slidenjoy now wants a meeting with Mark Zuckerberg because they think their rotating monitor solution is perfect for Facebook employees, and they’re offering 10,000 Belgian fries portions in return.

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The smartphones that we use on a daily basis have multiple radios inside them to provide services that we need, such as Wi-Fi and LTE. Many might not be aware that some of these handsets have a radio that’s deactivated by the handset manufacturer mostly for business and cost reasons. It’s the FM radio chip that’s used for local news, music as well as emergency information. In a major shift from tradition AT&T has promised to “light up” the FM radio chip inside all Android smartphones that it sells starting next year.

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It has been two years since Microsoft launched the Xbox One and leading up to the launch in 2013 the company frequently pointed Xbox One’s TV cable box features which rival PlayStation 4 lacks. Things didn’t quite turn out the way Microsoft would have wanted because gaming was still the big draw for customers and they significantly opted for the PS4 instead. Since then the company has shifted course and increase the console’s focus on gaming and while it continues to grow those features, Xbox boss Phil Spence doesn’t see  “much value” in the cable box features.

Read full post →Xbox One’s Cable Box Features Don’t Have ‘Much Value’