hp-envy-x2Now here is a new computing device, or rather, an updated version of the HP Envy x2 13t that will run on an Intel Core M Broadwell processor that does not break the bank. In fact, the HP Envy x2 13t will retail for $800 and above, depending on the final choice of the hardware specifications that you choose to have inside.

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Now that Google has confirmed the roll out of Android 5.0 Lollipop many Android users around the world want to know when the update will land on their devices. Some OEMs have already confirmed roadmaps for their high-end devices but still many device owners have been left in the dark so they can only guess when they’ll get a taste of Lollipop. If custom ROMs are more your cup of tea then rest assured because work on custom Android 5.0 builds has begun.

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Android Market logoTraveling on the road, especially for long hours at a stretch, can be an extremely tiring experience. Getting enough sleep is of course, one of the major factors to be taken into consideration, and at times, one would also need the power of music in order to remain awake – or simply to spur one on for the last 50 miles or so. General Motors has been rumored to be working alongside Harman International on a project that will see an Android-powered car infotainment system roll out in production cars some time in late 2016.

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It was confirmed by Telltale Games late last year that it is working on an episodic video game adaptation of Game of Thrones, which most of us know as the very popular HBO TV series. Since this series has a massive fan following it wouldn’t surprise anyone to see fans waiting for this game to drop. Well, its time to get excited. Telltale Games has said that the first episode of this video game will premiere “soon.”

Read full post →Game Of Thrones From Telltale Games Premiers ‘Soon’


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We reported earlier this week when it was discovered that Apple quietly stopped selling any and all Fitbit products through its online store. Previously the company’s online store could be used for purchasing products such as the Fitbit Flex, but not anymore though. But as it turns out the company’s brick and mortar stores across the country are still selling these products and it is not known for sure exactly when they’ll stop carrying products from Fitbit.

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Later this month one of the most highly anticipated games for next-generation consoles will be released. Even though it has been out for PS3 and Xbox 360 for almost a year now, gamers on next-gen consoles have had to wait for a considerable amount of time. Though Rockstar has certainly made it worth their while. Improvements have been made to GTA 5 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. A week before the release takes place Rockstar has posted the GTA 5 launch trailer online.

Read full post →GTA 5 PS4 Xbox One Launch Trailer Released


htc-desire-eye-hands-on-10If you so happen to be someone who lives in Canada and are rocking to a HTC One (M8) and are a subscriber of Rogers, Telus or Bell over in the Great White North, then you might be pleased as punch to hear about a tweet which has been sent out over the weekend by the HTC Vice President of Product Management, Mo Versi. In this particular tweet, it was revealed that the anticipated Eye Experience update will begin to make its way out to the above mentioned carriers, and with such an update, do expect to see a range of new features that will make their way to the rear camera of the flagship smartphone.

Read full post →Canadian HTC One (M8) Owner All Set To Enjoy The Eye Experience


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When the Raspberry Pi foundation announced the Model B+ back in July it did confirm that work was going on a low-cost model that will be comparable in certain respects to the original Model A. Today the Foundation has finally made the announcement. It is called the Raspberry Pi Model A+ and it happens to be smaller and cheaper than its predecessor.

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Net neutrality has a new supporter who happens to be the most powerful man on the planet. President Obama has come out in support of net neutrality and has urged the FCC to reclassify internet service under Title II of the Telecommunications Act, because it is high time that the FCC recognize that “for most Americans, the internet has become an essential part of everyday communication and everyday life.”

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Things weren’t looking too good for BlackBerry last year. The company decided to put itself up for sale but there was thin interest from potential suitors. It wrote down inventory worth billions because the Q10 and Z10 didn’t perform as well as the company would have wanted. Late last year BlackBerry received a billion-dollar cash injection which brought about change in the top management. Under new CEO John Chen the company has stabilized and now looks at growth.

Read full post →Having “Survived,” BlackBerry Now Looking At Growth