It appears that AT&T might soon launch a new mid-range smartphone from Samsung that the company only released in China initially. The Galaxy J3 (2016) hasn’t really made headlines because it was only made available to customers in China but a new render has been leaked today which suggests that this handset might soon be launched by the second largest mobile carrier in the United States.

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Qualcomm has introduced a new virtual reality SDK or software development kit which aims to improve the virtual reality experience on mobile devices. The company believes that the next generation of mobile VR apps is complex and that challenging performance requirements and extreme power consumption restraints have to be met for VR apps to become truly immersive. Its new SDK will enable developers to harness the power of its next-gen processors and provide them with tools which enable them to optimize the experience with special focus on power efficiency.

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Encryption has become a hot topic these days as the FBI and Apple duke it out in public. The bureau wants Apple to comply with a court order and unlock the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone. Whether or not it can do that is a completely different matter, Apple doesn’t want to set a precedent where governments can make it hand over user data. There have been reports that DOJ lawyers are having trouble executing a wiretap because of encryption on WhatsApp and now there’s a new report which claims WhatsApp is looking to expand encryption across its service “within weeks.”

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Many people still stay away from virtual currencies like Bitcoin because of the rapid fluctuation in value that has been witnessed previously and because there’s no shortage of controversy surrounding this particular cryptocurrency. It’s not like people haven’t moved to Bitcoin, though, and since many major companies started accepting payments in Bitcoin, its legitimacy grew last year. Microsoft also started accepting Bitcoins as payment for Windows apps and Xbox games last year but it’s putting an end to that.

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xbox-one-hands-on-review-02Right now the battle of consoles is pretty much between the Sony PlayStation 4 and the Microsoft Xbox One, but we expect that the Nintendo NX could end up being a contender for when it launches. That being said, how many units has Microsoft sold so far for the Xbox One? The Redmond company has been pretty quiet on that front as of late, but it has been estimated that those numbers have since crossed the 20 million mark. Read full post →20 Million Xbox One Units Have Reportedly Been Sold To Date

August 25th, 2012 @ 06:04:36While IO Interactive’s Hitman was originally designed to be released as a full game, earlier this year the company announced that they would be switching it to an episodic release, with the idea being that an episodic release would allow them to pay attention to every episode to ensure quality, versus looking at it from a macro perspective. Read full post →All Hitman Episodes To Be Released By End Of Summer

spotify jpgYesterday we reported that according to a Spotify customer service representative, it was suggested that the company will be ending support for the app on Windows Phone devices. It turns out that the report was not true, thanks to the folks at MSPoweruser who has since reached out to Spotify to clarify. Read full post →Spotify Says They’re Not Dropping Windows Phone Support

eos-m2When it comes to mirrorless cameras, it would seem that companies such as Sony, Olympus, and Fujifilm appear to be dominating. More “traditional” camera companies like Nikon and Canon have released mirrorless cameras in the past, but to date their efforts haven’t exactly been as successful compared to the likes of Sony. Read full post →Three Mirrorless Cameras From Canon Rumored For 2016

youtube_abp_errorAd blocking software like Adblock Plus can be handy if you’re hoping to skip all the advertisements you see on YouTube. However it seems that recently there have been reports of Adblock Plus users who are claiming that when using the browser extension, they are instead being greeted with error messages on YouTube, as you can see in the screenshot above. Read full post →Some Adblock Plus Users Run Into Problems On YouTube

LG-Stylus2-DABAre you the type that listens to a lot of digital radio on the go? If you are, LG has recently announced the LG Stylus 2, the first smartphone in the world that they claim is capable of supporting DAB+. The handset was originally announced last month during MWC, but we guess LG has since announced additional features. Read full post →LG Stylus 2 Will Be The First Smartphone To Support DAB+