AT&T Galaxy S4 Active Android 4.4 Update Released

Samsung is known for launching multiple variants of its flagship devices. Galaxy S4 Active is the rugged, water and dust-proof variant of last year’s flagship smartphone. AT&T picked up the variant at launch and has been offering it to subscribers since. There’s good news today for Galaxy S4 Active owners on AT&T. Finally the AT&T Galaxy S4 Active Android 4.4 update has been released. The update is being rolled out over-the-air so it may take a while for it pops up on all devices.


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Samsung Android Wear Smartwatch Expected Later This Year

As far as the wearable market goes Samsung has evidently told everyone that it is not kidding around. Last year it released the Galaxy Gear, a smartwatch that might not have performed too well, but it laid down the foundation for what’s to come. Now two new Gear smartwatches have already hit the market alongside an activity tracker but it appears that there may be more wearables up Samsung’s sleeve. The company may release an Android Wear smartwatch in the coming months.


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Toshiba Satellite P55t Notebook Launches Next WeekIt was at CES 2014 this year that Toshiba paraded a couple of notebooks that ran on Windows 8.1, where both of the notebooks revealed carried a screen resolution of 3840 x 2160. As to when either one of them would be released, that remained to be seen. Well, we are glad to bring you word today that one of them, the Toshiba Satellite P55t will at long last, go on sale this coming April 22nd in the U.S.


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Twitter Picks Up GnipIt does seem as though acquiring another company is the “in thing” these days, and Twitter continues with that trend by purchasing Gnip. It is said that Twitter users share and discuss their interests every single day without fail, talking about the happenings around the world. Such public tweets are able to reveal a wide range of insights, allowing the likes of academic institutions, journalists, marketers, brands, politicians and developers to make use of aggregated Twitter data in order to figure out trends, analyze sentiment, find breaking news, and connect with customers, among others.


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Anki DRIVE Brings Video Game Experience To The Real WorldWe do see the transition from the real world to the digital world – with games such as Second Life as well as EA’s The Sims, giving some of us a form of escapism along the way. How about turning the tables? This is what the folks behind the Anki DRIVE have done. Anki DRIVE happens to be a new racing game that one can play in the middle of the living room floor, but it will be a very different creature from the slotcars that adults of today grew up with. After all, these cars will race around a flat, vinyl track, but you would make use of your smartphone in order to control them.


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Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition Arriving This May 16thMinecraft is certainly an extremely popular game among the masses, where it has garnered plenty of ports across different platforms. Well, as just about everyone and their dog are aware, Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition has been made available to download from the PlayStation Store ever since the end of 2013, and it seems that this particular title is about to make the jump from the virtual over to the physical world. Yes sir, from May 16th onward, one is able to purchase an actual Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition retail disc if having a game box and the relevant documentation is part of your gaming experience, as it used to be over a decade ago.


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Burger King Launches AT&T Wi Fi Services Across U.S. RestaurantsWhen you step into a Burger King, chances are you would like to grab a bite and fill up that growling tummy of yours. Well, why not grab some other bytes as well thanks to the launch of AT&T Wi-Fi across all of its U.S. restaurants? This upgraded platform is known as “WHOPPER Wi-Fi”, where it will replace and upgrade existing restaurant Wi-Fi networks in order to enable future Burger King guests and customers an easier to use and more robust experience.


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The Nokia Lumia 630 was announced and launched earlier this month, including the Dual SIM version, where it is said to retail for $169 during the announcement. Well, here is a closer look at the smartphone that allows you to make use of a couple of SIM cards in a single device, making it ideal for those who do a whole lot of traveling. After all, you can always keep one SIM card slot free for whatever foreign SIM card that you’re going to use, while maintaining your very own phone number in your home country.


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36.9% Of Games Bought On Steam Never Get Played [Study]Whenever a Steam sale rolls around, we’re sure many gamers get excited at the idea that they can buy games that were too expensive before. Sure some of the deals might be great, but usually it results in gamers spending more than they’d like on titles that they might not have thought of in the first place.

Now let’s face it, despite the plethora of titles in our Steam library, how many of them do you actually play? According to a report by Ars Technica, they found that more than a third of the games that have been purchased have never been played, 36.9% to be exact. It is unclear as to why this might be; perhaps lack of time, perhaps no motivation, but it’s still a pretty interesting insight.
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Apples App Store Revenue In China Grew By 70%We know that Apple was eager to get their phones into China, especially when it meant that they could sign a deal with China Mobile which was not only the country’s larger carrier, but also one of the largest carriers in the world, thanks to China’s population which gave it a huge amount of customers.

Now we know that this meant that Apple could essentially sell more iPhones to the Chinese public, but it also seems that this has managed to help increase the revenue from the iTunes App Store. According to reports from apps analytics firm, App Annie, it seems that App Store revenue for China has seen an increase of 70% in Q1 2014.
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