LG today launched a new product that aims to take on existing “smart” lightbulbs. Called the Smart Bulb, it an entirely different way of lighting your home. The Smart Bulb can be controlled through an app, which is available for both iOS and Android. It has several modes to suit the user’s requirements, and it happens to be quite energy efficient as well as durable.

Read full post →LG Smart Bulb Launched, Works With Both iOS And Android


Motorola emerged once again as a strong competitor in the global mobile market with the launch of the Moto X and Moto G last year. Soon after both smartphones were launched, rumors started circulating that the company was also working on a 6.3-inch tablet. Apparently it would be called the Motorola Xplay. Rumors about the phablet have surfaced once again, with the latest claiming that Motorola is going to launch it in the third quarter of this year.

Read full post →Motorola Rumored To Launch 6.3-Inch Phablet In Q3

Its no secret that it took a long time for iOS 7.0 to be jailbroken. The first untethered jailbreak for iOS 7.x was released by the evad3rs team, the exploit that their jailbreak used was patched by Apple in its latest firmware update, iOS 7.1. There is really no predicting when iOS 7.1 will be jailbroken, particularly for newer devices, but people still using legacy devices might be in luck. A developer has shown off iOS 7.1 untethered jailbreak on video, but it may not be compatible with all devices.

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Twitter #Music has been around for over a year. It never really took off after its launch, which came as a result of We Are Hunted’s acquisition by Twitter back in 2012. The team behind We Are Hunted built Twitter #Music as a service that provide users with an entirely new method for music discovery, based on what music and artists were generating the most buzz on Twitter. Active development on the iOS app has been halted for months, and today it was officially announced that Twitter #Music will no longer be available on the App Store.

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It has barely been a week since Google announced Android Wear, its SDK for wearable devices. Alongside the SDK, LG announced that its working on a smartwatch in collaboration with Google. Motorola too shared its smartwatch plans, even gave us a look at it. Motorola has come up with one of the most beautiful smartwatches we have ever seen, but so far the company hasn’t shared any major details about its specification, which makes the smartwatch fair game for the rumor mill.

Read full post →Moto 360 Specifications Rumored


Since last year we have been hearing rumors that Samsung is going to make AMOLED tablets once again. There have been many rumors recently about a new AMOLED tablet that has a display under 10-inches, but its possible that Samsung have one with a display that’s over 10-inches as well. A tablet carrying model number SM-T805 has shown up on GFXbench, giving us a glimpse of its specifications.

Read full post →Samsung 10.5-Inch AMOLED Tablet Presumably Spotted


We often hear about Twitter experimenting with new features, though not all of them necessarily make the cut. These days its experimenting with view counts which basically tells users how many people saw a particular tweet. This feature is similar to page views or post views on a Facebook page. Previously such stats were only shown to advertisers, so this is the first time that view counts are actually being opened up to the public.

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Sprint too has officially confirmed that its going to offer the Samsung Galaxy S5. The carrier will release Samsung’s 2014 flagship on April 11th, the day it hits shelves in over 100 countries around the globe. Sprint Galaxy S5 pre-orders are already underway, though there is a slight caveat. To pre-order or “reserve” their Galaxy S5, customers have to visit a Sprint Store, apparently they can’t do it online. As soon as the device becomes available, customers who have reserved their units will be contacted by the carrier.

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Xiaomi recently launched a new mid-range device that seems to have started a war between China’s biggest manufacturers. A week back the Xiaomi Redmi Note was launched. Huawei answered the very next day with the revised Honor 3X. Now it appears that Meizu is gearing up to do just the same, with a new device that it apparently has up its sleeve. Leaked details suggest that Meizu is readying the Blue Charm Note to take on the Xiaomi Redmi Note.

Read full post →Meizu Might Take On Xiaomi Redmi Note With Blue Charm Note


Last year, following its announcement that the Xbox One would require an internet connection at all times, Microsoft received much criticism. There was actually quite a lot of debate on this matter, but the majority seemed to be leaning towards removal of the always-on policy. After a few months Microsoft rolled back the Xbox One always-on policy. The console came out in November last year and has since then been doing well in the market, contrary to popular belief that the debacle would end up hurting its sales.

Read full post →Microsoft Could Have Been ‘More Clear’ About Xbox One Always-On Policies