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Yahoo Mail App Updated With Flight And Event Notifications

10/23/2014, Wouldn’t it be awesome if your email was more than just a service that would let you read your mail and send messages? Wouldn’t it be awesome if it was more intuitive and could display timely reminders of upcoming events or flights? Well if you agree,...

Microsoft Next Is A Lockscreen App For Android Devices

10/22/2014, We know how Microsoft feels about Android – after all they pretty much killed off Nokia’s attempt at Android phones not too long after they had acquired the company. A competing device against Windows Phone? No thanks! Well that’s what we...

Twitter Announces Digits, A New Way Of Logging In On Mobile Devices

10/22/2014, Using your email address as a username and entering a password is a pretty common way to log into a variety of services used on the internet. But is it safe? Well if you choose a strong password, chances of it being guessed are lower, but what’s the...

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 For Verizon Now Available For Purchase

10/22/2014, If you’re a developer looking to create apps on Android devices and you need a device for testing purposes, you might want to check out developer edition devices which have been created for that purpose. Well if you wanted a high-end handset to test...

Project Ara To Get Its Own Dedicated Marketplace

10/22/2014, We know that many of you guys out there are looking forward to Project Ara being made a reality. That will be taking place in 2015 according to Google, but what sort of components could you buy upon its launch, and where would you buy them? Well it seems...

Google Now Cards Includes Upcoming Eclipses And Police Activity

10/22/2014, Google Now has an uncanny way of displaying information that you have previously searched for, where it assumes that you might still be interested in learning more about it. Well in case reminding you of your bills and telling you where you parked your...

Motorola Droid Turbo Leaked In The Flesh

10/22/2014, It seems that Motorola and Verizon are having a tough time keeping the Motorola Droid Turbo under wraps. We’ve seen leaked press renders and now thanks to a newly leaked photo, an image of the handset in the flesh has surfaced. Unfortunately it...

Olloclip Announces New 4-in-1 Lens For iPhone 6 And 6 Plus

10/22/2014, The iPhone’s camera is already pretty decent. Some might not agree that it’s the best, but it’s up there as being one of the better ones in the market today. That being said, if you’re looking to improve your iPhone photography, you might be...

Sprint Galaxy Mega Update Brings Wi-Fi Calling And More

10/22/2014, If you happen to have a Samsung Galaxy Mega on Sprint then read closely but this will be of interest to you. The carrier today released a software update for this big device. Folks who have one on Sprint can now take advantage of some of the features that...

New ZenFone And ZenWatch Teased By ASUS

10/22/2014, It looks like Taiwanese manufacturer ASUS has some surprises for us up its sleeve. The company has started teasing two new devices that it will unveil at an event on October 28th. The “Unlock the future” event has already been confirmed by...

LG F490L Liger May Feature Company’s Own Octacore Processor

10/22/2014, We have heard about LG’s Odin chipset for a long time now but there hasn’t been much to show for, we’re still waiting for that chipset to be used in a consumer device. We recently reported that LG’s Odin powered smartphone may be...

Nexus 6 Might Not Be Released Across The Pond Until December

10/22/2014, The much awaited Nexus 6 from Google was announced recently and while pre-orders in the U.S. start soon it will take some time before units are shipped to customers. Apart from Google selling the device through the Play Store some carriers will sell it as...

Google Inbox Is An Invite Only Email App That’s Quite Unqiue

10/22/2014, You may have read our report on Google’s Project Bigtop, its an effort by the company to change how we look at email and particularly at email applications. The project has been formally announced today as Inbox. Google says its a completely...