smart4powerNot everyone is able to own a high end smartphone, and more often than not, it would be the entry level and mid-range models that are the “bread and butter” for many a smartphone manufacturing company. Vodafone has just revealed a decent smartphone that will not blow away competition like the Galaxy S5, but rather, the Smart Power 4 that ought to offer affordable performance to the masses.

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Prestigio MultiPhoneIt was not too long ago that Microsoft shared with the world that they will be working with other new hardware partners when it comes to pushing out additional products or devices for its mobile operating system that is known as Windows Phone. In fact, Microsoft is not going to rely on their very own Nokia brand any more, and Prestigio, one of the companies who showcased at least a couple of Windows Phone-powered smartphones at Computex last month, intends to push forward the Multiphone 8500 DUO.

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ms retires skypeIt was earlier this month that we brought you word that Skype for Mac has received an update, and this time around, Microsoft has issued a warning to Skype users that this particular app will see older versions retire in due time, which means that one ought to get on with the program and update it to the latest model as soon as possible.

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facebook unfollowEveryone likes to be loved by the masses, as we mortals do want to be accepted by our peers as well as strangers, even. The approval of men can be an empowering feeling, and we do know that Facebook is one of the most popular social network companies out there. Well, the American Customer Satisfaction Index has revealed something surprising this week – that social media sites including the likes of Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn happen to rank among the lowest-scoring companies in the US.

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iphone6 protectorOnline retailer XtremeGuard has something that will definitely cause iPhone 6 watchers to sit up and take notice – after revealing that they are putting up the iPhone 6 screen protectors for sale. In fact, the listings do point in the direction of the rumored 4.7” iPhone 6 as well as the larger sized 5.5” iPhone 6 model, where they will retail for $6.99 each, regardless of the base size of the iPhone 6.

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Microsoft had said back in January this year that it would bring a GoPro channel to Xbox consoles. By April the channel was launched first on the Xbox 360. Since then it has been limited to that console and Xbox One owners have been patiently waiting. Its a popular choice among Xbox owners as the Xbox 360 channel has already seen more than 500,000 downloads. Microsoft says users watched an average of 30 minutes of GoPro video per viewing session in the U.S. Well the wait ends for Xbox One today as the GoPro channel has finally landed on the new console.

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samsung galaxy s5 review 001 640x360It seems that if you happen to live in Europe and own a Samsung Galaxy S5, then you might be interested to hear that there is a new Over The Air (OTA) update that will deliver with it performance improvements for the masses. This particular update will comprise of two different parts – where one of it happens to weigh in at a whopping 194MB, which means it would bode you well to use a Wi-Fi connection to get the job done, not to mention making sure that the Galaxy S5 has enough juice to go through the entire download.

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Amazon recently launched a music streaming service called Amazon Prime Music. It comes as part and parcel of the Amazon Prime membership and while its a great addition to the perks provided to Prime members, the lack of song selection was a turnoff for many users. Amazon is working to fix that and it has taken a major step in that direction by adding “hundreds of thousands” of songs to the Amazon Prime Music catalog.

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Back at WWDC 2014 when Apple unveiled its next major OS X update it said that apart from seeding beta versions to developers it will also conduct a public beta program, allowing non-developers to get in on the action as well. Today the company has delivered on that promise. Sign ups for the OS X Yosemite public beta have been opened up, the software itself will be pushed out this week.

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One of the most popular third party keyboards for Android has received a major update today. Fleksy version 3.0 has been released and it brings support for premium themes among other things. It updated app brings a new content store from where users can purchase and download themes to add a bit of flair to the keyboard.

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