Even though Verizon released the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for Galaxy Note 4 back in April it didn’t provide the same treatment to the Galaxy Note Edge, a handset that Samsung released alongside the Galaxy Note 4 last year. Verizon has made Note Edge owners wait for a long time even while rival carriers released Lollipop for their variants, but today it’s finally coming through. The Galaxy Note Edge is receiving the much awaited Android 5.0 Lollipop update on Verizon today.

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HTC has teamed up with Verizon to entice people to purchase its latest flagship smartphone, which is merely an evolutionary update of last year’s flagship handset. Perhaps that’s one of the reasons why the company is finding it hard to sell as many One M9 units as it really needs to. It’s running a new promotion with Verizon through which One M9 customers are being offered $100 in Google Play credit.

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Imagine you’re in Washington for the first time and you want to see the sights and sounds of the city, chances are that the White House might find its way on your itinerary. Those who are really fascinated by the president’s digs can go on the official White House tours which takes visitors along a pre-determined route and doesn’t include any face time with the president and/or the first family. Regardless, perhaps you might want to take a photo to capture the memory of actually visiting the White House? Well you weren’t allowed to do so for 40 years but that changes today.

Read full post →40-Year Ban On White House Tour Photos Lifted

casual connectMore than 300 fascinating speakers, fabulous parties, busy meeting schedules and a stunning Indie Prize Showcase await: this year will be amazing! Join us for the Casual Connect San Francisco on August 11 — 13 at Hilton Union Square 333 O’Farrell Street. Read full post →Join over 3000 games industry professionals at Casual Connect San Francisco


Popular note-taking service Evernote has released an update for its Web Clipper browser extension which now allows users to save Gmail messages that have attachments to their accounts so that they can easily bring them up later again when required. The update also adds more new functionality to the browser extension making it much more useful, and since it’s available for multiple browsers millions of users can take advantage of the features that it offers.

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Microsoft showed off its gigantic Surface Hub computers a few months back and recently the company confirmed that it will soon start allowing people to purchase them. Surface Hub computers are available in 55 inch and 84 inch models, they’re primarily meant to replace expensive conference room communication equipment with a single solution that provides a full fledged computer, web-conferencing tools and much more in just one package that can be mounted on the wall.

Read full post →Surface Hub Pre-Orders Go Live


Facebook has grown into so much more than what it started out to be, sure it’s still the largest social network on the planet but the company now has its fingers in even more pies and it’s not going to stop looking for other things to do. Despite all of its achievements and its monumental growth the company has never really changed its logo and its wordmark has remained fairly simple. Yesterday the company did change its logo but it did it so quietly that hardly anyone knew and if you don’t pay attention you probably won’t see any change in the logo.

Read full post →Facebook Updates Logo, Blink And You’ll Miss It


The race for Mars is well and truly on with space agencies of multiple countries working towards this goal, you’ve even got private companies like SpaceX in the United States that have this aim of reaching the Red Planet. NASA is in the game as well and it has shown off a new prototype of the Prandtl-m or the Preliminary Research Aerodynamic Design to Land on Mars, which as the name suggests is a drone that’s destined for Mars.

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There’s perhaps no multirole fighter as popular as the General Dynamics (current Lockheed Martin) F-16 Fighting Falcon, it was originally developed by GD for the United States Air Force and since it was approved in 1976 over 4,500 aircraft have been produced which are now in service with some 26 other countries. It still remains in active service today and has been upgraded multiple times to suit modern day operational requirements, such as shooting down drones in mid-air.

Read full post →F-16 Shooting Down A Drone Looks As Awesome As It Sounds

Huawei BAnd Zero Smartwatch

Huawei has recently unveiled the Honor 7 and along with that the company has also unleashed Honor Whistle Bluetooth headset and Honor Band Zero smartwatch.

As of now, the company has just started teasing the two new wearable devices and is keeping the pricing and availability under wraps. However, according to some reports, the Honor Band Zero smartwatch might start retailing in China from next month.
Read full post →Huawei Teases Honor Band Zero Smartwatch And Honor Whistle Bluetooth Headset