htc one review m8 labshot 04 640x359If you happen to own the HTC One (M8) that hails from AT&T, then here is some news for you – good news, that is. At least you need not put up with the heckling from your friends who own the unlocked version of the HTC One (M8), as well as other mates who are rocking to Sprint and T-Mobile as their smartphones have already received the Android 4.4.3 KitKat update, which is something that you as an AT&T subscriber ought to be able to enjoy later today.

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iwatch patent filing

We all know that Apple fans are anxiously waiting for the day when the company is finally going to unveil a wearable device. Many of its rivals are already leagues ahead with their smartwatches and while Apple has said that it plans on entering new product categories, it hasn’t confirmed if a smartwatch is going to be its first wearable device. A report published today claims that Apple’s wearable device is going to be announced next month alongside the two new iPhone 6 models.

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jabra sport pulse wirelessNow it is not everyday that we see a pair of earbuds that will not only deliver quality music to your ears, but it will also groove to those who happen to be avid gym goers. Enter the Jabra Sport Pulse wireless earbuds that is an all-in-one training solution as it works in tandem alongside the Jabra Sport Life application. Merging an in-ear biometric heart rate monitor, the Jabra Sport Pulse will deliver immersive Dolby Digital sound and real-time voice coaching, so that you as one who wants to be at your very best physical condition possible will be inspired to continue improving, moving to new heights all the time.

Read full post →Jabra Sport Pulse Wireless Earbuds Does More Than Just Music

ipad air 2 rear shell

Even though Apple fans might be waiting for the next generation iPhones, they would certainly be interested in any news about the company’s next tablets. If the rumors are correct Apple will be unveiling its new tablets come October. We have already seen numerous parts and component leaks which are said to belong to the iPad Air 2. Today another such part has appeared online, it is claimed to be the rear shell of this tablet.

On the face of it the image doesn’t reveal anything groundbreaking. The iPad Air 2′s design seems to be similar to its predecessor, which adopted a lot of design cues from the iPad Mini.

The accompanying report claims that this image reveals the rear microphone will be moved from the center of the upper part to be placed alongside the image sensor. Volume control buttons may even be placed inside a cavity.

As far as the size is concerned it appears that this particular shell belongs to Apple’s next 9.7-inch tablet. A report from a reputable source yesterday claimed that the company is also preparing a 12.9-inch iPad which will presumably be released either by the end of 2014 by in the first quarter of next year.

Such leaks are a dime a dozen whenever new Apple products are on a horizon. Even if they do look like the real deal, they should always be taken with a grain of salt, since the company never comments on them so there’s no verification of claims made by sources.

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We have been noticing a trend recently. Retailers and carriers have been slashing prices of the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C. This doesn’t come as a surprise because we often see this happening whenever new iPhones are on the horizon. T-Mobile has now joined that list. It has reduced prices of unlocked iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C units sold through its website and retail stores.

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time warner cable 640x359It looks like the outage experienced by Time Warner Cable earlier this morning has been resolved, and the world (or rather, folks over in the U.S.) will be able to resume their connected lives without feeling as though a part of them is ‘dead’ because they have lost their connection to the virtual world. It must be noted that the Internet outage has impacted over 11 million customers at Time Warner Cable, going to show just how reliant the economy is on a dependable broadband network.

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ferrari dronePininfarina, the Italian company whose claim to fame includes the designing of Ferraris, has something else that might just tickle your fancy this time around – with the design of this drone that is aptly known as the Sky Rider. Of course, taking into account the pedigree of Pininfarina, one ought to be able to expect that the Sky Rider would fall under the category of a “premium drone”, if there is ever such a thing. Just what does the Sky Rider have to offer that might tempt you to part with your hard earned money?

Read full post →Pininfarina Comes Up With Sky Rider Drone

google glass exploit

Even though most major companies have released smartwatches as their wearable devices, Google has taken a completely different route. Google Glass is the company’s wearable device which has been around for over a year now. Only recently it became available for purchase to the public, previously an invite was required. Countless software updates and apps have been released for the device since it was launched, today it gets Pandora, a popular music streaming service.

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google nexus logoSo far, there has been a fair amount of rumors going back and forth concerning the Nexus X as well as the Moto S, where it does look as though that the two are actually the same device, with some minor differences here and there in terms of both software and hardware. Apparently, there were were a couple of Moto S devices in testing which might also translate to the possibility of having two Nexus smartphones roll out under Google later this year.

Read full post →Rumor: There Is More Than One Nexus Smartphone To Be Released In 2014

digitsoleWe do seem to live in a world that is getting more and more digital these days, and hence, even our shoes are unable to escape from some sort of digital dragnet. Kickstarter has an interesting project that you might want to consider taking up – the Digitsole, where it is touted to be the first interactive insole that will be able to heat your feet thanks to an app, now how about that? Taking into consideration that winter is about to come upon us in just a few more months’ time, it pays to be prepared in advance.

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