Fan made Iron Man Edition

In accordance with a report published by Korea Times, Samsung will soon be unveiling Iron Man editions for Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. The company might launch the devices sometime in May or June.
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Sony’s game streaming service PlayStation Now has been available on the PS3 and PS4 for quite some time now however subscriptions have remained exclusive to the new console. That changes in the very near future. Senior director for PlayStation Now Jack Buser confirmed on the official PlayStation blog today that PlayStation Now subscriptions will go live for the PS3 very soon.

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It goes without saying that Nintendo’s amiibo figures are very popular with the community, so much so that last month customers scrambling to purchase the new figures ended up crashing GameStop’s website. Fans were obviously not delighted by the experience and criticized the lack of supply. Nintendo knows that things didn’t go well, which is why it has tendered an apology, and it also promises to improve supply of these toys.

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I have been anxiously following the journey of Project Cars ever since Slightly Mad Studios revealed that they were working on a new title. Later this week Project Cars is finally going to be released after overcoming various hurdles and certainly the developer wants to build up more hype for it. A new Project Cars launch trailer has been released, the trailer gives a good idea of what you can expect from title, which many expect to be one of the best games of its kind to be released this year.

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Microsoft has got good hype going for Windows 10. The new iteration of its operating system isn’t due until later this year but already millions of people are testing out the preview builds and closely following all updates regarding the development of Windows 10. The company is conducting its Ignite conference this week in Chicago and during the opening keynote it shared multiple demos of the new version of Windows, these demos showed off the improvements that have been made to the interface and also what the OS looks like on small tablets.

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Samsung has already released the highly anticipated Lollipop update for the Galaxy Tab S 10.5, for both Wi-Fi and LTE variants, and the Wi-Fi only version of this tablet’s 8.4 inch sibling also got the update last month. Now though the company has finally released Android 5.0 Lollipop for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 LTE.

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When it comes to Social media networks, Facebook is definitely dominating. With more than a billion users, Facebook is a force to reckon with. However, Facebook can also be quite addictive and make it impossible to live a normal life with notifications and messages jumping towards you every minute.

There are also many other reasons why people would like to quit Facebook, For example, Envy. Many people are not comfortable spending time on Facebook, as they envy other peoples’ “advertised” perfect life. If you are one of them, then you should give this Article a look, it might be able to change your mind.

If you want to get rid of Facebook completely, you need to delete your account permanently. Although, the process might not be that easy and you need to make sure you are out of Facebook circle completely. Read full post →Completely Delete Your Facebook Account


Mozilla has been developing Firefox OS for a variety of platforms even though the first devices powered by it were smartphones. The OS is capable of running applications that use web technologies like JavaScript and HTML5, thus making it easier for developers to convert their existing apps for Firefox OS. The operating system can also be run on devices like smart TVs and TV sticks, Mozilla is now showing off what Firefox OS for TV really looks like.

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The live streaming app Meerkat has steadily been gaining popularity and as its user base increases the app gets new features. Cementing its move away from Twitter, the latest update for Meerkat on iOS brings support for Facebook. For users this means that they can now directly push Meerkat alerts to the world’s largest social network.

An interesting change to note in this update is Meerkat coming out from under Twitter’s shadow. Users no longer need to sign in with a Twitter account, if they choose to do so they can very well sign in through Facebook login.

The latest update for Meerkat also adds address book scanning which will allow users to instantly brings friends on to the service as long as they let the app scan their contacts.

Meerkat has enough reason to move away from Twitter, given that the micro-blogging network first cut off access to its social graph data and then launched Periscope, it’s own live streaming rival. Periscope has since become more popular than Meerkat.

Meerkat’s latest update also brings minor changes, for example popular streams are now promoted to the app’s front page and the app also gets emoji support. Whenever users select an emoji their profile image will be changed to the emoji they selected for a short time.


Even though it has been a couple of months since people have been asking whether Samsung has any plans of releasing the Lollipop update for the Galaxy Note 2 there still isn’t any clarity on the matter, the irony is that Samsung’s various arms are the ones that are causing the confusion. The most recent update from Samsung Spain comes in the form of a promise that the company will indeed release the Galaxy Note 2 Android 5.0 update.

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