att-htc-one-m8So the HTC One (M9) has just been announced at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, which means you can be sure that there will be plenty of people out there who would not think twice about upgrading their handsets to the new flagship when it arrives. However, there are some of us who do not really need to be at the cutting edge of technology, which is why remaining behind is not a bad idea at all. If you are on the lookout for the HTC One (M8), you might want to get an existing model before it is replaced by the HTC One (M8s) which is touted to arrive with a slower processor.

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MortalKombatX_GoroWe are all familiar with the fact that the Mortal Kombat series of video games is violent – some editions, more so than the others. Well, with plenty of excitement and anticipation coming about from the upcoming version of Mortal Kombat, better known as Mortal Kombat X, you might be pleased to know that Mortal Kombat X will also be making an appearance on the mobile platform, now how about that? Yes sir, Mortal Kombat X on the mobile platforms will not be a pure street brawler, but rather, it is a free-to-play fighting game with card battling elements.

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wiko-star-4g[MWC 2015] Wiko, a French smartphone manufacturer, has decided to take advantage of MWC 2015 by revealing a couple of new devices to the masses – the Highway Star 4G as well as the Highway Pure 4G. First of all, the Highway Star 4G could very well be a flagship device from Wiko, especially when you take into consideration how all of the other smartphones from Wiko happen to come with far less flattering hardware specifications.

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blackberry-curve[MWC 2015] I don’t know about you, but BlackBerry is certainly having a ball of a time today, first having announced that the BlackBerry Classic will be made available in three more new colors apart from the regular black, as well as the official announcement of the mid-range BlackBerry Leap. Well, here we are with something that should hit the markets in the future, except that we do not know of the exact date. A curved screen slider was shown off at MWC 2015 this year, causing its fair share of excitement along the way.

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white-classic[MWC 2015] The BlackBerry Classic, a smartphone that was announced to the masses a week before Christmas last year, has been touted by many to be the epitome of the company’s smartphone concept. After all, it comes with a hardware keyboard (something rare in this day and age where full touchscreen smartphones rule the roost, accompanied by a serious design alongside security features that the suits in corporations love. It seems as though there is more to the BlackBerry Classic than meets the eye, since the smartphone company intends to introduce a trio of new colors to spice things up a bit.

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blackberry-leap[MWC 2015] Acer might have introduced a particular device with the name ‘Leap’ inside of it – but this should not stop other companies from taking a ‘leap of faith’ (pardon the pun) to go down the same route, too. For instance, the BlackBerry Leap has been revealed, and this smartphone will play nice with 4G LTE networks, too.

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There aren’t that many reasons why one would want to purchase a PlayStation 2 now. That console is over a decade old, granted that it was popular back in its day, but the PlayStation 3 held its own in the market and since late 2013 the PlayStation 4 has been ruling the market. Perhaps that’s why almost two years back GameStop said that it would no longer accept PlayStation 2 trade-ins, but the company seems to have changed its mind, because its allowing people to trade-in their PS2 units once again.

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In a little over two weeks Battlefield Hardline is finally going to be released. Those who subscribe to EA Access will be able to play the title five days before it is released to the public. Now that downloadable content packs have become an integral part of the gaming experience one would expect that the developers of Battlefield Hardline would have their DLC strategy charted out by now. Indeed they have. There will be four Battlefield Hardline DLC packs which will stretch all the way into early next year.

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We have known for a couple of months now that the Apple Watch is going to be available in April. Earlier this year CEO Tim Cook revealed this much without giving away a concrete release date for the company’s first wearable device. Recently the company confirmed its date for the Apple Watch event, the event takes place later this week, and will finally bring the price and availability information that many of us have been waiting for. According to a report the Apple Watch release outside U.S. is also scheduled to start next month.

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Last year Google announced that Android 5.0 Lollipop devices will ship encrypted. When the first Lollipop devices started shipping, which happened to be from Google’s own Nexus crop of smartphones and tablets, all of them were indeed encrypted straight out of the box. However devices from Google’s OEMs are not shipping encrypted which goes to show that Google is not forcing its manufacturing partners to do so, even though it had initially said that this would be a major requirement.

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