Even though the Apple Watch was unveiled last year the company kept some of the crucial details to itself. Only recently did CEO Tim Cook reveal that shipments of this new product are going to begin in April 2015. We still don’t know the final pricing for Apple’s first wearable device and might still be in the dark about some of its features. The company is going to shed more light on all this at its Apple Watch event which has been confirmed today. The event takes place on March 9th in San Francisco.

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In just two days Samsung is going to formally unveil the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. Ever since the company unveiled Galaxy Note Edge last year it was rumored that a similar version will also be released with the next Galaxy S flagship. Sure enough all rumors and leaks point to this possibility but a new report out of Korea claims that the curved Edge display on this Galaxy S6 variant isn’t going to be as useful as its Galaxy Note Edge counterpart.

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Jawbone is widely known for its UP products, a line of fitness trackers, it has already captured the attention of many people around the world who opened their wallets to pay for its products and now it appears that Google is looking into the company. Citing several sources close to the situation a report from Re/code suggests that Google is looking to make an investment in Jawbone.

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Motorola has an online tool called Moto Maker which you can use to customize a smartphone that you purchase from the company. So far the tool has only been limited to smartphones but next month this is going to change. Motorola is going to open up Moto Maker to its Moto 360 smartwatch, allowing you to add your own personal touches to the wearable device, before it gets shipped to your doorstep.

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It was first reported earlier this month that Verizon could launch the BlackBerry Classic on February 26th. The carrier took its sweet time in confirming that this was indeed the launch date. A couple of days back Verizon did confirm that it will indeed start selling the BlackBerry Classic on February 26th. That day is today so interested customers can now pick up a unit from Big Red online.

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We often see Spotify update its mobile applications and add new features in the process. On the other hand Spotify for desktop does not receive updates as frequently as the mobile apps. Now there is some good news for people who use Spotify for desktop. The music streaming service has released a new update for its desktop software which brings new features and improvements, the biggest being seamless integration of lyrics in the Spotify experience on desktop.

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It hasn’t been long since BlackBerry launched its two high-end devices, the Passport and the Classic, it is now due to bring to market a low-end or mid-range device that will take the baton from the BlackBerry Z3. The Z3 was announced at Mobile World Congress 2014 and with this year’s event just a few days away there’s speculation that a Z3 successor might be unveiled in Barcelona. It might be the device we see in these leaked pictures, BlackBerry Leap, a.k.a the BlackBerry Rio.

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UFS-press-release_20150225Samsung has announced today that it is now mass producing the industry’s first ever 128-gigabyte (GB) ultra-fast embedded memory based on the much-anticipated Universal Flash Storage (UFS) 2.0 standard for next-generation flagship smartphones. The new embedded memory’s UFS 2.0 interface is said to be the most advanced JEDEC-compliant, next-generation flash memory storage specification currently in the market.

Through ‘Command Queue’; the technology that UFS memory uses to accelerates the speed of command execution in SSDs through a serial interface has significantly increased data processing speeds compared to the 8-bit parallel-interface-based eMMC standard. Results, Samsung UFS memory conducts random reading at 2.7 times faster (19,000 input/output operations per second (IOPS)) than the most common embedded memory for high-end smartphones available today, the eMMC 5.0. Read full post →Samsung To Mass Produce 128-Gigabyte Universal Flash Memory


We have recently been hearing rumors that Google is looking to revamp its payments service. For that purpose the company recently confirmed the acquisition of Softcard, a deal which will also see Google Wallet being pre-loaded on devices by major U.S. carriers, while it is also said to be working on a totally new project that will help expand its presence in brick and mortar locations across the country.

Read full post →Google Will Reportedly Unveil Android Pay At I/O 2015


In just a couple of days Samsung is going to take the stage in Barcelona before Mobile World Congress 2015 kicks off to unveil its two new smartphones, the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge. Multiple renders of both devices have been leaked many times over the past few weeks but today we might be getting our best look yet at Samsung’s new devices. Pictures of both the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge placed side by side have appeared online.

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