onedrive-pinMicrosoft has just introduced a spanking new update to its OneDrive app for Windows Phone – and this means that one would also be able to enjoy several new features that have been long looked forward to, for the very first time. For instance, one is now able to gain access to multiple Microsoft accounts through OneDrive, as well as store details of those accounts within the app, in order to facilitate easy access as well as switch between them later.

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We have learned earlier this morning that the Apple Watch event has been confirmed for March 9th, but before that, you can be sure that the whole world will be looking forward to the Samsung Galaxy S6 as well as the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge smartphones. Well, Samsung has also announced that they will carry a live stream of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge event, as you can view in the YouTube video above.

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fcc-net-neutralityToday is a day of historic proportions, as a cote took place in Washington, D.C. saw the FCC go through a vote to reclassify broadband under Title II, which in turn, will provide the regulatory body the relevant degree of authority to impose rules over broadband providers. The new rules have been specially designed to ensure that the Internet will remain free of blocking, throttling and paid prioritization.

<--more-->In other words, the vote would work in favor of ensuring that the Internet remains free of paid prioritization as opposed to those with large checkbooks who demand better speed and traffic, and at the same time, remove barriers of use for consumers for legal purposes.

A wee bit of irony in all of this – at the turn of the decade, the FCC did make an attempt to pass rules in order to keep the Internet neutral. Verizon sued the FCC then, citing that they were unable to do this, and won. Since Verizon emerged as the victor, the FCC returned to the courts, and realized that if they were to reclassify broadband under Title II, they could then enforce net neutrality rules.

Hence, the FCC did just that, and reclassified broadband so that the organization will have a whole lot more control over broadband regulation compared to what it had on the 2010 rules. One would expect that this ruling will be challenged in court by Verizon as well as the rest, so do expect more courtroom action to happen in due time.

vaio-smartphoneIn the middle of last month, we did learn that there were a couple of devices which were announced by VAIO – the VAIO Z and VAIO Z Canvas, which do seem to shape up to be a pretty decent tablet individually. Having said that, we have received word from the grapevine that VAIO could be making plans to enter the smartphone market with a brand new handset, now how about that? VAIO used to be part of Sony once, but since 2014, they have ended up under the umbrella of Japanese Industrial Partners (JIP).

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lg-g-pad-f-7Sprint subscribers, listen up! Perhaps it is time you have stopped your search for an Android-powered tablet, as when March 13th arrives, you will be able to get your hands on the LG G Pad F 7.0 for free. Yes sir, not a single cent need to be dropped down, as long as you agree to a 2-year agreement and any active Sprint smartphone.

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The developer of the latest iteration of the Call of Duty franchise, Sledgehammer Games, is looking at opportunities to recreate some of the most classic Call of Duty maps in Advanced Warfare. Released late last year, Advanced Warfare is set in the future, where a private military contractor goes rogue against the state. There are plenty of technological advancements apart from those exosuits that characters in the game take to the battlefield.

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The next iteration in the Battlefield franchise is going to arrive next month. If response from gamers during the beta period was any indication this game might do well once it is finally released. However before the title is released for everybody on March 17th, EA Access members will be able to get their hands on it a full five days early, on March 12th to be precise.

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We picked up on a report yesterday which pointed towards the possibility that a DLC inspired by the popular Fast & Furious movie franchise might be released soon for Forza Horizon 2. Sure enough Microsoft has now confirmed that this is going to happen. Xbox and Universal Partnerships & Licensing have come together to bring this experience exclusively to Microsoft’s console owners.

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It was first reported in August last year that China may have banned Apple products for state purchases. The country didn’t provide an official explanation at that time and it was believed that China made this move following the revelations of widespread electronic spying by the NSA. A new report from Reuters reveals that China has indeed banned Apple, Cisco and other U.S. tech companies so their products can’t be purchased for state business.

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In November last year Jawbone announced the third generation model of its popular UP fitness tracker. Despite the fact that many months have passed since this product was announced Jawbone is yet to ship this product. In fact the company does not have a Jawbone UP3 release date to share at this point in time due to the fact that it is facing manufacturing issues.

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