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AT&T’s Nexus 6 Will Come Preloaded With Bloatware

11/13/2014, As you’ve probably heard, AT&T has recently begun to take pre-orders for the Nexus 6 with the device expected to start shipping on the 18th of November. Given that Google isn’t subsidizing the Nexus 6 this time around, AT&T’s subsidy along...

Google Pulling Google Wallet API For Digital Goods Come March 2015

11/13/2014, Right now Google Wallet can be used to make all sorts of purchases. You can use it to make purchases at a retail store by tapping your phone against the terminal, much like you would with Apple Pay. It can also be used to make in-app purchases, online...

Microsoft: Windows Phone 8 Devices Will Be Upgraded to Windows 10

11/13/2014, A few years ago, Microsoft made waves when they announced that Windows Phone 7 users were not eligible to be upgraded to Windows Phone 8. This wasn’t so much a hardware issue but rather a software issue that did not allow the upgrade, and safe to say...

Android 5.1 Lollipop Reportedly In The Works Already

11/13/2014, While Android 5.0 Lollipop is slowly making its way out to the masses, it seems that Google already has an Android 5.1 in the works. This was recently spotted when Google gave a presentation at a developer’s event in the Netherlands where there were...

Facebook Makes T&C Easier On The Brain

11/13/2014, It is safe to say that all computer users who have installed an app or program before are liars. How many of you actually read and understood the Terms & Conditions, and yet still ticked the box just to proceed with the installation? Part of the...

CyanogenMod Android 5.0 Lollipop ROM Plans Detailed

11/13/2014, Now that Android 5.0 Lollipop has been rolled out and Google has released the source code to AOSP, one has to wonder what the CyanogenMod team has been up to. This team creates some of the most widely used custom ROMs for Android devices based on AOSP....

BlackBerry Launches BBM Meetings

11/13/2014, We had been hearing rumors that BlackBerry was working on a conferencing solution for both mobile and desktop, which would feature video and voice conferencing solutions. Today at its enterprise focused event the Canadian company has finally made the...

BlackBerry World Promotes BlackBerry Classic

11/13/2014, BlackBerry World happens to be a place where many BlackBerry users happen to check out – some on a more religious basis than the rest, frequently, hence it is not surprising at all to hear that the company would decide to use BlackBerry World as a...

Cortana On Other Platforms? Microsoft Says ‘Yeah’

11/13/2014, Earlier this year Microsoft showed off Cortana, an interactive virtual private assistant for Windows Phone. It has now made its way to countless WP devices through software update, and will soon make a debut on the PC with Windows 10. What’s next...

Samsung Unveils Advanced S Pen

11/13/2014, Samsung can singlehandedly claim the credit for bringing styluses back after the iPhone butchered them back in 2007. The Korean juggernaut decided to include what it calls the S Pen with the Galaxy Note series and it carries the S Pen to this...

Samsung Flow Brings Effortless Content Handoff Between Devices

11/13/2014, At the Samsung Developer Conference, which kicked off yesterday, the company announced Flow. Samsung Flow is a feature that will be exclusive to the company’s own smartphones, tablets, smartwatches and TVs. Think of it like the Handoff/Continuity...

Nexus 6 Holds Its Own Against Other Smartphones In Battery Test

11/13/2014, Battery life in a smartphone is important because no one likes having their phones die on them halfway through the day. As it stands, most of us would be happy if we could get through an entire day without worrying about our phones dying on us. Now...