meizu-blue-charm-metalWe have all heard on how Meizu intends to unveil a spanking new device this coming 21st of October which frankly speaking, is not too far off away, and it looks like the latest leak that you can see up here happens to point to this handset being part of the affordable Blue Charm series, although it will add a dash of class thanks to the premium design that is presented alongside an aluminum body. It almost makes you feel as though you would like to reach out and touch it, right?

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whatsapp-logo-newIf you happen to be a Windows Phone user, chances are you are used by now to being the last when it comes to enjoying app updates, especially when you compare yourself to iOS and Android-powered device owners. Still, the adage holds true – better late than never, and life is a whole lot more than just making sure you are first off the blocks with the latest updates, right? Well, for those who have been rocking to WhatsApp on Windows Phone for the longest time without having the middle finger emoji, the day has finally arrived where WhatsApp for Windows Phone has gotten an update to version

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The problem with working in offices is that sometimes it’s too hot, sometimes it’s too cold, and because we all have varying levels of tolerance, someone’s 20C might be too cold for some, and too hot for others. If you find yourself constantly in a battle over the climate control at work, perhaps the Evapolar might be worth investing in.

So what is the Evapolar? Basically the Evapolar is a tiny climate control system designed for personal use. This ensures that at least at your desk, you will have your desired climate. So how does this work? For starters it isn’t a full blown air-conditioner, something we think we should probably get out of the way. Read full post →Evapolar Puts A Mini Climate Control System On Your Desk

canon powershot g5 x_1As you might have heard the other day, Canon might have let slip that they had a new camera called the PowerShot G5 X in the works. Turns out that they do! In fact the company has announced not just the PowerShot G5 X, but they have also announced the PowerShot G9 X, giving us two fixed-lens cameras in one day.

Now for the most part, both cameras are the same in terms of specs. Both will feature 20.2MP 1-inch sensors, DIGIC 6 image processors, and an ISO range of up to 25,600 (extended). However what makes them different could mostly be on the outside. The PowerShot G5 X will feature a built-in 2.36 million dot EVF and a tilting 3-inch LCD display. It will also feature a 24-100mm f/1.8-2.8 lens. Read full post →Canon PowerShot G5 X, G9 X Cameras Announced

canon_eos_m10_1A couple of days ago thanks to a listing on Canon’s website, it seems that the company may have unintentionally announced its new mirrorless camera in the form of the EOS M10 a bit earlier than expected. For those who are curious about the camera in an official capacity, wonder no more.

Canon has officially announced the EOS M10 that will be joining the other EOS M-series of mirrorless cameras. However unlike its siblings, the EOS M10 is meant to be a more compact mirrorless camera and will be more consumer-friendly, meaning that it won’t be as daunting to use compared to other models in the market. Read full post →Canon EOS M10 Officially Announced

oneplus-2-review-23It looks like things are going on in a hunky dory fashion for OnePlus. First of all, we heard that OnePlus will begin to manufacture handsets over in India, and now here we are with the company opening up the doors for the handset to go for sale in the world’s largest democracy yesterday for the time period that fell between noon and one in the afternoon. If you happen to have missed the boat, fret not – this is one of the rare moments in life where opportunity knocks more than once. The OnePlus 2 listing over on Amazon India continues to be available even today without the need for an invite.

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apple logoLike I mentioned earlier on, India will come under scrutiny today, as folks living the world’s largest democracy will eventually be able to check out just what the Apple Store experience is like after all this while. What took them so long, right? Anyway, the adage of better late than never holds true here, where consumers there will soon be able to enjoy the Apple Store experience as local electronics chain Croma works on rolling out store-within-a-store outlets at half a dozen locations which will dot the landscape of Mumbai and Bangalore.

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gionee-f103It is starting to look as though India will come underneath the spotlight rather often in the upcoming few articles. After all, there has been some precedent set earlier on already as with OnePlus kicking off the manufacturing of smartphones over in India. Gionee themselves have just rolled out their very first ‘made in India’ smartphone, where it will be known as the Gionee F103. This particular handset will retail for approximately $155 after conversion, where you will be able to pick it up in Pearl White, Dawn White, and Black color options.

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overwatchWhile Blizzard has released many titles over the years, all of them were based on existing franchises, even if they deviated from them quite a bit. This includes Hearthstone which is based on the Warcraft franchise, and Heroes of the Storm which is basically an amalgamation of all of Blizzard’s games to date.

This is why Overwatch is a game that many are curious about as it will be the first new franchise for Blizzard in a very long time. Now we have seen various gameplay videos and trailers in the past, but if you’d like to see how the game actually handles, you might be interested to learn that Blizzard will be livestreaming the game on Twitch this coming Thursday. Read full post →Blizzard Will Livestream Overwatch On Twitch This Thursday

tri force heroesWith internet speeds being a lot faster than they used to be, many gamers have turned to online games. Developers have also chosen to make games that require an always-on connection. However if you miss the days of going over to a friend’s house or having a party where there’s 3-4 of you playing at once, The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes might be worth checking out.

In an interview with 4Gamer (via Siliconera), the game’s director Hiromasa Shikata and the series producer Eiji Aonuma revealed that they plan to reward gamers who play the game together locally. This means that if you get your friends over to play the game instead of going online, there will be some exclusive perks you can unlock. Read full post →Zelda: Tri Force Heroes Will Reward Gamers Who Play Locally