sony kw11 2Over the past couple of days, we have been hearing rumors about a Sony selfie camera and a device called the Sony KW1. Well it turns out that both were the same product which has since been officially announced as the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-KW11. It looks like the earlier leaked photos were correct as the camera looks pretty unique.

The camera appears to be shaped like a perfume bottle and based on how Sony has marketed it, it seems to be targeted towards women and those who love taking selfies and would prefer if they had a more “fashionable” camera, as opposed to the more somber looking black digital cameras. Read full post →Sony Cyber-shot DSC-KW11 Camera Officially Unveiled



nintendo wii u review 18 640x423While Nintendo might have been pretty popular back in the day, safe to say that when it comes to consoles, they have started to lose ground to the likes of Sony and Microsoft with their PlayStation and Xbox consoles. However according to a report from MCV, it seems that Amazon UK has noted a spike in Wii U game pre-orders during this year’s Gamescom conference.

Given that Gamescom is all about video games, it hardly seems like a coincidence that gamers might have been inspired at what they saw during the event that might have prompted them to start looking at more Wii U games. Now we should note that these are pre-orders for Wii U games, as opposed to the actual Wii U console itself, so we’re not sure how much this has affected Nintendo. Read full post →Wii U Games See Spike In Pre-Orders During Gamescom



note 4 camera 640x418While processor speed and display resolution are important factors to take into consideration when choosing a new smartphone, we know there are smartphone users out there who prioritize the phone’s camera as well when making their decision. Now the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is expected to be announced at IFA 2014 next month.

However the folks at SamMobile have recently gotten some new details about the upcoming handset’s camera, such as it sensor size and some of its features. For starters, they claim that their source has told them that the phone is expected to pack a 16MP Sony IMX240 camera sensor under the hood. Read full post →Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Camera Features Detailed [Rumor]


ms miracast dongleTo say that Microsoft has been supporting Miracast for some time now is an understatement, as Miracast technology enables one to share content without the need for any wires between a pair of devices. In order to assist Microsoft’s quest for a streaming ecosystem, it looks as though there is work being done on a dongle which will allow one to share content in a jiffy via the Miracast route. It is not exactly the same as Google’s Chromecast, but there are many similarities between the two, at least according to what has been revealed to date.

Read full post →Microsoft Works On A Miracast Dongle, Passes The FCC


facebook logoFacebook has gotten tangled in court cases before, where back in 2012, the social network company was sued for $15 billion concerning alleged privacy infractions. Not too long ago this month, we heard about Facebook being hit with a class action lawsuit concerning alleged privacy violations. Well, it seems that the chickens are slowly coming home to roost as Facebook has to go up against a huge privacy class action lawsuit over in Vienna.

Read full post →Facebook Faces Massive Privacy Class Action Lawsuit In Europe


MOTO X OLD NEW WHITE 640x311Earlier this evening, we were talking about how some press renders of the alleged Moto X+1 surfaced online, thanks to @evleaks as a “parting gift” of sorts to the world of smartphone rumors. Having said that, it was also discovered that the Moto X+1’s possible release date might have been revealed, and the upcoming smartphone looks set to sneak in to be part of Verizon’s smartphone range. Not only that, it is interesting to note that an app was spotted on the home screen of the
“http://www.ubergizmo.com/2014/04/moto-x1-customizable-options-revealed-rumor/”>Moto X+1, and that would be the Verizon Messages app.

Read full post →Verizon Messages Can Be Removed On Moto X+1


meizu antutuThe Meizu MX4 smartphone is certainly one particular device that many of us are looking forward to, especially with its impending September release date looming over the horizon. Having said that, leaked images of it do point to an extremely slim bezel, although some work on it will still need to be done before it is capable of arriving at the aesthetically pleasing level of the Sharp AQUOS Crystal smartphone. Still, the Meizu MX4 has proven itself to be no pushover, especially after it was caught delivering a score of 52,811 on the AnTuTu benchmark site (version 5).

Read full post →Meizu MX4 Scores 52,811 On AnTuTu Benchmark


BB Blend 640x391In the past, BlackBerry relied a lot on exclusivity as a means of attracting customers to its products and services. For example BBM used to be exclusive to BlackBerry phones and we’re sure there are many users out there who have bought BlackBerry handsets just to use the feature, but the Canadian company has since opened up the messaging service to non-BlackBerry handsets.

Now as you might have heard, BlackBerry has a new feature called BlackBerry Blend which is said to be part of the OS 10.3 update. It had previously been thought to be an exclusive to BlackBerry handsets, but according to a recent post by N4BB, it seems that the BlackBerry Blend feature is expected to make its way onto iPads, Android, and Windows tablets as well, although oddly enough it seems that there are no plans to support the BlackBerry PlayBook at the moment. Read full post →BlackBerry Blend Rumored For iOS, Android, Windows Tablets


google search 640x526A little over a week ago, we reported that Google was planning on updating its voice search feature on Android to support multiple languages at once. Prior to this, users had to change languages if they wished to perform voice searches in different languages. Well the good news for those who speak multiple languages is that according to the official Inside Search blog, Google has begun rolling out the update.

If you have yet to update your Google Search app on your Android device, you should be able to find the latest version (version 3.6) from the Google Play Store. Once you’ve downloaded and updated it, head on over to the Settings menu, go to Search & Now -> Voice -> Languages, and select the languages that you want Google Search to understand. Read full post →Multi Language Support Update For Google Voice Search Rolls Out


Samsung Multi Charging Wall Charger 1So your wall outlet or charger has only one USB port, what does that mean? Does that mean you will have to decide between charging your phone, your tablet, your media player, your camera, and so on? Sometimes it can be a tough decision, but Samsung has decided to make your life easier by unveiling a 3-in-1 micro USB cable.

Now such cables aren’t exactly new, although usually they come in a variety of plugs to support different types of devices, but if you have no need for Lightning cables and other cables and just need micro USB, then perhaps Samsung’s cable could be the one for you. It’s pretty straightforward – you plug the USB into the charger or computer, and you will have 3 micro USB cables at your disposal. Read full post →Samsung Unveils 3-in-1 Micro USB Cable For $40