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With the changing times, the use of internet in smartphones, tablets and other devices has increased by notches, due to which, the desire for low-power chips has also increased. Thanks to Atmel, which has come up with a low-power chips that can last for “a decade” on a single battery charge. Read full post →ARM-Powered Chip Aims To Run For “Decades” On One Battery Charge


For all those who can’t wait for official Android updates from the manufacturers, here is a reason to try another unofficial CyanogenMod 12.1 ROM, which carries Android 5.1 Lollipop to Motorola Moto G.

As a heads up, Custom ROMs are developed by unofficial sources and installing it on your device is not a child’s play. While installing, you might come across few bugs, as per the user feedback on the XDA Developers, it actually seems pretty stable, and it doesn’t appear to break any key features.

The CyanogenMod 12.1 ROM is based on the Android 5.1 firmware, and it improves ability to switch between Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections via Quick Settings, better theft protection. The update also enhances Dual SIM card support, and better control over notifications.

The pre-requisites to flash the update are: the device should be rooted along with an unlocked boot loader and a custom recovery tool. You can download the firmware package from XDA thread through this link.


Rocksteady’s Batman Arkham Knight has already got many gamers anxiously waiting for the title to drop. It was actually supposed to be released in October 2014 but since then the title has been delayed multiple times. As part of an arrangement with Sony, PlayStation 4 owners will get exclusive access to bonus DLC content. However it appears that this will be a timed exclusive so the possibility exists that this bonus DLC content will also make its way to other platforms after some time.

Read full post →Batman Arkham Knight DLC For PS4 Is Timed Exclusive


When Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China was announced last year Ubisoft had intended to release it as part and parcel of the Assassin’s Creed Unity season pass. Now there has been a slight change of plans. Assassin’s Creed Chronicles is now a trilogy that covers China, Russia and India. It’s a three-part downloadable game series which starts off on April 21st when Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China gets released.

Read full post →Assassin’s Creed Chronicles Trilogy Covers China, Russia And India


Sony launched the PlayStation Home virtual world in 2008 for the PlayStation 3. The idea was to provide gamers with a virtual hangout where they could socialize with fellow players and play some social games. It later redesigned the service and even made major changes to it but outside of a niche community PlayStation Home didn’t really make a mark. That’s why Sony announced last year that it will shut down PlayStation Home, and now it has.

Read full post →PlayStation Home Bites The Dust

cern-forceWho says that scientists do not have a sense of humor? Researchers over at CERN decided to have a little bit of fun this April Fool’s Day, having confirmed that there are more than just forces like gravity which have received their fair share of attention over the centuries, but it seems as though they have also stumbled upon what could very well be “the first unequivocal evidence for the Force.”

Read full post →CERN: The Force Is Very Real (April Fool’s Joke)

huawei-p8-liteSome handsets to happen to experience a leak before the official release, and whether that is done on purpose or by accident remains to be seen or known, unless you happen to be part of the team and have insider information on all that has gone on. Having said that, we do know that Huawei is lining up to roll out their Huawei P8 smartphone this coming April 15th, which would be the next flagship device on the table, but it also looks as though there might be some wiggle room for a different device to be revealed on the same day itself – and it could very well be the Huawei P8 Lite. An alleged official render of the device has hit the grapevine in which you can check it out on the right.

Read full post →Alleged Huawei P8 Lite Spotted In Renders

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Verizon Wireless has come under fire for its ad-targeting program that uses something called “super cookie.” It’s basically undeletable tracking codes that aid the company into targeting advertisements to its customers. While Verizon has said multiple times that it doesn’t share information with third parties that could identify its customers the privacy concerns have not died down. Now finally the company is providing people with a way to opt out of Verizon super cookie.

Read full post →Opt Out Of Verizon Super Cookie Now Really Possible

panoplySocial networks happen to be a revolutionary idea in the 21st century, and it has the noble goal of connecting people. Facebook has grown to be immensely popular, although there are studies that show how Facebook usage has begun to wane among the young people. Well, social networks, too, have been the platform where certain cases of cyber-bullying has happened, and this has led to some undesirable consequences as well. Robert Morris intends to look at social networks in a new way, working on Panoply in order to help those who are suffering from depression.

Read full post →Panoply Is A Unique Social Network That Intends To Lift One’s Spirit


It’s no secret that the Galaxy S5 didn’t perform quite as well in the market as Samsung would have hoped. This is the reason why Samsung went back to the drawing board for Project Zero and came up with the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, which many Android fans are now calling one of the best devices this company has ever made. If a report is to be believed then this changed has worked. Pre-orders for the Galaxy S6 and its Edge variant are said to be twice than the Galaxy S5 managed to bring in during the same period in the United States.

Read full post →Galaxy S6 Pre-Orders Reportedly Double Than That Of The Galaxy S5