Over the past week we have covered multiple rumors about the LG G Flex 2. The first hint that LG might unveil a new smartphone at CES 2015 came from a tweet made by the official Qualcomm account. Subsequent reports suggested that at the International Consumer Electronics Show 2015 the LG G Flex 2 will be finally unveiled. A new poster has been spotted at the venue which all but confirms the impending announcement.

LG is one of the companies that is out in full force in Las Vegas where the International Consumer Electronics Show 2015 is taking place. While many companies keep their products safe under wraps from prying eyes, it looks like LG doesn’t want to hide the G Flex’s successor, because it has already put up posters for the G Flex 2 in the main hallway outside the show floor.

The poster doesn’t reveal much about the device except for the tagline that it will be “redefining the curve,” and it does name the LG G Flex 2, which means there’s no further confirmation required that this new smartphone really is about to be announced.

What we do know is that it will be powered by a Qualcomm processor. Fortunately we don’t have to wait long because LG’s official announcement will come in soon enough, and that’s when we’ll know where the G Flex 2 stands.


Bungie’s Destiny was one of the most highly anticipated games of 2014 and it did live up to its hype. It was the first release of this franchise and while no one knows right now when an entirely new title will be released, Bungie could be working on a major expansion which may be released later this year. It has already confirmed DLCs one of which has already been released.

Read full post →Destiny Could Receive Major Expansion Later This Year


Netflix may be one of the most popular online video streaming services in the world but it is only available in a handful of markets, like the U.S. and UK. People in other part of the world can access this service if they bypass geo-restrictions by using VPNs, and Netflix hasn’t been as tough as Hulu on those subscribers, but it seems like the company’s behavior is changing towards these subscribers.

Read full post →Netflix Continues Crackdown Against Foreign Subscribers Using VPNs


As the wait continues for the Federal Communications Commission to come up with new guidelines there has already been a lot of debate on the issue of net neutrality. ISPs have their own point of view, which some online services support, and others vehemently oppose. The public has strong opinions for both sides and the debate drags on while FCC sets things in motion for a vote. It looks like FCC might be planning to vote on net neutrality in February.

Read full post →FCC May Vote On Net Neutrality Next Month


Xiaomi is one of the fastest growing smartphone manufacturers in the world. In a relatively short span of time this Chinese company has dominated the massive market in Asia and is now setting its sights on further expansion. It continues to roll out new smartphones and today the company announced the launch of Redmi 2, which not only have a 64-bit Snapdragon processor from Qualcomm, but also supports LTE.

Read full post →Xiaomi Redmi 2 Brings LTE And 64-Bit Snapdragon Processor

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Have you been holding off on purchasing a new Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy S5 or a Galaxy Tab S? Samsung is offering a great new incentive which should help make the decision easy for you. It is offering free subscription to Netflix for an entire year to customers in the U.S. who pick up any of the aforementioned devices, but there is just one caveat which limits the number of customers who will be able to take advantage of this promotion.

Read full post →Samsung Offers One Year Netflix Subscription To U.S. Customers



Smartwatches are here to stay. This is something that the market has accepted and much of the old guard is now looking to join the fray. Last year Withings unveiled a Swiss Made watch of its own, it was actually a smartwatch that costed $350, and was called the Withings Activité. This price point isn’t too enticing as the competition goes for much lower which is why the company has changed gears and unveiled the Withings Activité Pop at CES 2015.

Read full post →Withings Activité Pop Blends Style With Function


Have you heard of XOEye Technologies before? They happen to be a leading enterprise wearables solutions company that has the vision to reshape both industrial business processes and data capture, and in their partnership with Vuzix, a company that handles video eyewear and smart glasses in the consumer, commercial and entertainment segments, this synergistic partnership intends to see the end result of delivering custom, end-to-end enterprise wearable technology implementations that comprise of ANSI certified smart glasses, accompanied by a customized embedded Linux software platform, and advanced features and applications which will cater to manufacturing, construction, field services and other deskless industries which are based all over North America and in the Old World, that is, Europe.

Read full post →XOEye Works With Vuzix To Deliver New Smart Glasses

seagate-seven[CES 2015] It goes without saying that the competition for the slimmest device has been going on for quite some time already, with smartphones coming under the spotlight most of the time. Having said that, how about hard drives? While we have seen LaCie roll out a couple of Rugged and Mirror hard drives today, Seagate decided to take a slightly different route – with the revealing of its Seagate Seven drive.

Read full post →Seagate Seven Is Seagate’s Slimmest Hard Drive Ever

Omate 2015 collection side view[CES 2015] Omate is no stranger to the world of smartwatches, and this time around, they intend to get the new year off on the right footing with the MediaTek Aster chipset (MT2502) underneath the hood of the Roma (which you are able to see second from right), while the Racer timepiece would offer a rugged and of course, sportier look as opposed to its more delicate siblings. These two new models will carry the main functionality of being notification timepieces complete with basic activity tracking, all featuring a customizable watch face and a battery life that ought to last for an entire week under normal use circumstances.

Read full post →Omate Debuts New Smartwatches For The New Year