Wars are no longer contained to the battlefields. We have seen blowback of conflicts play out on the internet, cyberattacks being orchestrated and even private companies being brutally hacked on enemy soil. To meet these rapidly evolving challenges of modern warfare the British army is raising a brigade of “Facebook warriors” who will have social media savvy and will be trained in psychological operations to engage in non-lethal warfare.

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Mac users have a new iTunes update to play with. Apple has released an incremental update for its desktop software which brings a new feature apart from the usual tweaks and improvements that one expects from incremental updates. iTunes 12.1 is the latest version of Apple’s desktop software, OS X users should have already received a notification about this update, which can be installed from the Mac App Store’s update section.

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China’s 14-year old ban on gaming consoles ended last year when Sony and Microsoft were given the permission to launch their latest consoles. During those 14 years no sales of gaming consoles were allowed in the country, at least legitimate sales, and last year’s relaxation offered a window into a large untapped market. According to a new report China is likely to further ease restrictions on gaming consoles this year, giving companies more incentive to bring their products to the country.

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Prepaid carriers try to woo subscribers by enticing them with low-priced plans that offer added incentives like a generous amount of mobile data. Since there are multiple carriers catering to prepaid customers we often see a healthy competition between them. Cricket Wireless has established itself is a player in this market and its recent move is going to appeal to subscribers looking for more data. This AT&T-owned prepaid carrier has increased data allotment across all plans.

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There are a lot of questions about the upcoming flagship products from major manufacturers, particularly those that will be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress 2015 next month, and the Galaxy S6 is one that many are anxious to find out more about. Samsung hasn’t confirmed anything about the device and we can’t even expect it to before the event but multiple reports and leaks have tried to give us an idea of what the next flagship will be like. A render posted online today offers some hints of the Galaxy S6’s original design.

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In November last year Amazon unveiled the Echo. Basically its a smart speaker which is hooked up to the cloud. Echo can provide information, news, play music and do much more with just voice commands. It can respond to commands as well so it essentially offers Siri-like functionality. Amazon has pushed out a new software update for the Echo which now enables it to provide voice control for iTunes, Pandora and Spotify.

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Last week Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed that the company’s first smartwatch will go on sale in April 2015. This means that the company is tweaking its retail operations to incorporate an entirely new type of product. The more expensive models, particularly the gold Apple Watch Edition, which are expected to cost a couple of thousand dollars will be stored in special safes at Apple retail stores.

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There is already a lot of anticipation for Mobile World Congress 2015 which takes place next month in Barcelona. At the event we will get to see some of the new flagships from the likes of Samsung and HTC. Samsung is expected to unveil Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S Edge. There have already been many leaks and reports about the hardware specifications of both devices. Data from an import tracking service hints towards the possibility of a 5-inch display on the Galaxy S6.

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Can’t find a TV? There’s no need to worry because you can still catch the big game. It is possible to watch Super Bowl XLIX free online today. We reported a couple of weeks ago that NBC would live stream the game for free. Folks in the U.S. can access this live stream for free and watch the Seattle Seahawks take on the New England Patriots.

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The relationship between Cyanogen and OnePlus is strained, that much is evident, but this doesn’t mean that phones which were shipped with CyanogenMod ROMs will stop receiving updates. The software maker confirmed today through Twitter that the OnePlus One Lollipop CyanogenMod 12S build has entered testing. A step up from the 11S build, the new software is based on Android 5.0 Lollipop.

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