Google already offers 15GB of free Google Drive storage for everybody, there are paid options available to those who want more storage, but last year it offered an additional 2GB free to all users if they did a security checkup of their account. It hardly took more than a couple of minutes and as reward users got 2GB additional free storage forever. Google has brought back the incentive this year as well. All you need to do is perform a security checkup on your account.

Read full post →Google Offers 2GB Free Storage Again For Security Checkups


Microsoft’s Windows-powered smartphones aren’t doing as well in the market as the company would want them to but it’s not giving up on them yet. It has released a couple of new handsets over the past year and is likely to come out with another in a few months. Lumia 640 has performed relatively well and to just give it a nudge Microsoft has decided to reduce the off-contract price of this handset.

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Ferrari isn’t known for making family cars, it’s known for making the car of your dreams, but when it does make one you can be sure that it’s not going to give up the essential Prancing Horse elements. Ferrari is going to unveil the GTC4Lusso at the Geneva International Motor Show next month, this is its family car that’s powered by a V12 engine cranking out an amazing 690 horsepower.

Read full post →Ferrari’s Family Car Has A V12 Motor With 690 BHP


It goes without saying that there’s quite a bit of competition between mobile carriers in the United States. We often see them tearing into each other via advertisements and that’s bound to continue in the future. Carriers try to steal customers by offering new deals and promotions and the one Sprint is offering right now might entice some to switch over to Sprint.

Read full post →Sprint Has A New Deal For Galaxy S6 And Galaxy Note 5 Customers


There’s no doubt about the fact that the iPhone has one of the best cameras that you can find on a mobile device. Apple has focused on the iPhone’s imaging prowess for years and will certainly continue to do so in the years to come. Perhaps that’s why it’s understandable to see Tim Cook get viciously trolled online when he posts a blurry picture taken after the iPhone right after the Broncos won the Super Bowl last night.

Read full post →Tim Cook Posts Blurry Super Bowl Pic, Gets Trolled

Many of us have been anxiously waiting for the new Hitman game to arrive. It has been a long time since a new title in this franchise was released. There’s a lot of excitement about the upcoming game and there’s another reason to get excited now because the Hitman beta launch date has now been confirmed.

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There has been a lot of debate recently about Facebook’s zero-rate mobile service Free Basics. It has been criticized for being against the spirit of net neutrality and it was expected that India, one of the markets where this service is offered, will ban Free Basics. The country’s regulator has weighed in on the issue and decided to ban Facebook’s Free Basics and similar services.

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At the IFA trade show last year Samsung announced the first Ultra HD 4K Blu-ray player, the UBD-K8500, it was expected to hit shelves around March 2016. It appears that the company has put up the product for sale a bit earlier than expected. Multiple reports have come in about the Ultra HD 4K Blu-ray player being in stock at several retailers.

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You’ve been reading lots of rumors and reports about Samsung’s upcoming flagship handset over the past few weeks but so far live images of the handset haven’t really been leaked online. That changes today. It appears that a source from Vietnam has leaked what just might be the first live image of the Galaxy S7. The image is also accompanied with specs which are more or less what we’ve already reported on previously.

This leaked image does appear to be credible. The first thing you’ll notice is that the camera hump on the rear is gone, as rumored, and that the camera module has the same color as the device itself. It’s said that this handset has a magnesium frame as opposed to an aluminium frame.

The source also claims that the Exynos powered version of this handset has 15 percent better CPU and GPU performance and that both the Exynos and Snapdragon variants feature high-quality DAC audio. Battery life is said to be on par with the Galaxy Note 5. Additional specs include water resistance and a 12 megapixel rear camera with f/1.7 aperture.

Obviously, none of this has been confirmed by Samsung, it’s going to conduct an event on February 21st to unveil the Galaxy S7, previous reports suggest that the new flagship will be released in the United States on March 11th.


If you’ve been thinking about purchasing the OnePlus 2 then perhaps this is the best time to spend your money on that handset. The company has officially confirmed that the OnePlus 2 price has been permanently cut. It’s nothing major but then again, who doesn’t like saving a bit of money?

Read full post →OnePlus 2 Price Gets A Permanent Cut