Last year it was rumored that Samsung’s Mobile division was not only cooking up a new Exynos processor for the Galaxy S5 but it was also working on a graphics processor for those chips in-house. The company’s new Exynos SoC was launched but it didn’t come with Samsung’s own GPU. Today the rumor about in-house GPU development has resurfaced. Apparently the company has continued working on those graphics processors and has even been able to bring over engineers from AMD, Intel, NVIDIA and other companies to aid development.

Read full post →Samsung Reportedly Developing GPU For Exynos Chips In-House


Microsoft has released a string of updates today for OneNote, its popular note taking application. We have seen the company greatly improve OneNote’s functionality and its quite evident that Microsoft wants to position it as a true competitor to some of the most popular note taking applications out there. An update released today for the OneNote iOS app banks on a new feature in iOS 8 called Extensibility.

Read full post →OneNote Update Banks On Extensibility In iOS 8

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Over the weekend Motorola had confirmed that soon its new Moto X smartphone will be available for order. The wait finally ends today. The new Moto X is now available for pre-order in the U.S. Alternatively AT&T subscribers can also visit their carrier’s website to place a pre-order for this smartphone.

Read full post →New Moto X Pre-Orders Go Live

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Some might find it really hard to believe that less than a decade ago there was no widespread penetration of the smartphone. Most people relied upon their trusty flip phones which at one time were all the range. Since the advent of touchscreen based smartphones the market has shifted from old form factors to simpler shapes with only a few buttons. There might still be people out there who would want nothing more than a flip phone and LG may have something for them up its sleeve.

Read full post →LG Wine Smart Flip Smartphone Teased

Android Wear watch take a note

Microsoft has worked hard to ensure that its note taking application stands out from the crowd which is why its the company’s priority to be available on every possible platform out there. Earlier this year Google unveiled the Android Wear platform which has been built from the ground up for smartwatches. As Android Wear smartwatches gradually flood the market Microsoft has decided that its time to land on people’s’ wrists.

Today it announced the launch of OneNote for Android Wear.
The OneNote for Android Wear application is available as a free download from the Google Play Store. Taking notes with this app is very simple. Just download it and start dictating the notes. Users will have to stick with dictation for now as there’s no native keyboard in Android Wear.

In order to take a note on an Android Wear smartwatch simply say out loud “OK Google, take a note”and the app will spring up in action to record whatever little flash of genius has crossed your mind.

Do keep in mind though that OneNote for Android Wear requires a smartphone that’s powered by Android 4.3 or higher. Popular Android Wear smartwatches available in the market include Motorola Moto 360, Samsung Gear Live and the LG G Watch.


Ever since Google launched its streaming dongle, known as the Chromecast, it has been diligently working with content providers to increase the number of sources that support the device. We have seen new content sources being added to Chromecast repeatedly over the past few months and the momentum isn’t slowing down anytime soon. Google today announced the addition of a handful of new content sources for the Chromecast, ensuring that there’s always something for everyone.

Read full post →Chromecast Now Supports Twitch, iHeart Radio And More

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If you have a smartwatch powered by Google’s platform for wearable devices then you might want to watch out for this new bug that’s going around. Many Android Wear smartwatch users have found that apps crash expectedly on their wearable devices. This behavior is being noticed with full screen fitness applications which tap into the devices’ accelerometer for data.

Read full post →Android Wear Bug Leads To App Crashes

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Companies competing in the wearable device market are mostly working on two kinds of products, smartwatches and fitness trackers. There has been considerable progress in the former as now there are SIM-enabled smartwatches available as well. Fitness trackers are getting better and cheaper with time and the Misfit Flash is a great new example of that. The Flash is a relatively cheap wearable device that tracks sleep and fitness data.

Read full post →Misfit Flash Is A Cheap Fitness And Sleep Tracker

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Apple’s new iPhones were unveiled last week and while they brought new designs those who had been following up on news and rumors about the new smartphones were hardly surprised when they saw the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus being officially unveiled. That’s because shells of both 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch models had leaked online multiple times over the past few months. The leaks often originated in China and some of them might have been the work of a Foxconn employee who has been detained for allegedly stealing iPhone 6 shells and selling them in the market.

Read full post →Foxconn Employee Detained For Allegedly Selling iPhone 6 Shells

wwe 2k15 delayIf you so happen to be extremely excited about the release of WWE 2K15 on either the Sony PS4 or the Xbox One from Microsoft, you might want to keep all of that excitement in check. After all, we have just received word that the WWE 2K15 version for the above-mentioned consoles have been delayed to November 21st later this year (internationally – it will be November 18th for North America), which is a good three weeks after your friends who are rocking on to the Xbox 360 and Sony PS3 have enjoyed theirs. This particular delay has already been confirmed by the good people over at 2K.

Read full post →PS4 And Xbox One’s WWE 2K15 Delayed To November 21