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Apple has an event scheduled for March 9th where it will talk more about the Apple Watch. This is the company’s first smartwatch so there is no historical data that will help us ascertain how it will perform in the market. Analysts believe that it is going to perform quite well. Research firm Strategy Analytics goes one step ahead and claims that the Apple Watch will “ignite” the global smartwatch market.

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Facebook today warned Page owners that soon they are going to notice a drop in the number of likes that their Pages have. That’s because the company has decided to remove voluntarily deactivated or memorialized accounts from Pages’ like counts. Facebook says it is taking this step to make audience data even more meaningful for businesses so that data on the social network is always consistent and up-to-date.

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We heard a few weeks back that Google might bring over its auto insurance quote comparison tool, which is already available to users in the United Kingdom, across the pond to the United States. The company didn’t confirm or deny this at the time but today it has made it clear that the tool is indeed arriving to the U.S. Google Compare is now available for drivers in California who can use it to compare auto insurance quotes and even buy the right car insurance straight through Google’s tool.

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mwc-2015Mobile World Congress 2015 is over, and it was one hell of a show. It’s a bit frustrating that we’re never able to see everything, but we are leaving the show knowing that we have seen and touched most of the best gadgets that just came out. Phones, wearables or new technologies were abundant, and we are already thinking about MWC 2016! If you haven’t had time to follow this on a daily basis, don’t miss what we think were the top 10 things at MWC this year, in no particular order. You can also catch up with all the MWC 2015 coverage. Read full post →Ubergizmo’s Best of MWC 2015 Awards


Previous rumors about the LG G4 have suggested that the smartphone would not have a fingerprint sensor even though it seems to be all the rage these days as far as high-end flagship smartphones are concerned. A report out of Korea suggests that LG has made a last minute decision to include a fingerprint sensor in the G4.

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Google today released an update for its Gmail iOS app. A couple of new features have been added to the app through this update. Version 4.0 of the Gmail for iOS is live now and can be downloaded right away from the App Store. Quick actions happens to be the salient feature of this update which will allow users to quickly manage their email as it comes in, directly from notifications.

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It has been a very long time since the last major release of Office for Mac, almost five years, but Microsoft aims to fix that this year. The company today released Office 2016 Mac preview which gives us a glimpse at what the company has been working on. A final version of Office 2016 for Mac is expected to arrive later this year. The new Office apps for Mac offer Retina Display support, full screen view and even novelties like scroll bounce.

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We have good news today for Galaxy Note 4 owners on Sprint. The carrier has started rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop update for Galaxy Note 4 owners on its network. This is the current major update for Google’s mobile platform which brings a plethora of new features and improvements, apart from user interface enhancements. As is the case these days, Sprint is rolling out the update over-the-air.

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Some Apple rumors have been around for so long that they haven’t turned out to be true and yet they are rehashed for almost every new product that the company is expected to announce. It has been rumored time and again that Apple will shift towards IGZO displays for its iPads but the company hasn’t done that yet. It is now rumored that the 12.9-inch iPad Pro is going to tout the IGZO display technology.

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PlayStation 4 owners have had to wait for a considerable amount of time for the HBO Go app to arrive. Earlier this week the official app was finally released for the PS4. Users are required to authenticate service with their cable provider before they can access content through the app. Unfortunately those who subscribe to Comcast will have to keep on waiting because the cable providing isn’t allowing its subscribers to access HBO Go on PlayStation 4.

Read full post →Comcast Subscribers Can’t Access HBO Go On PlayStation 4