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Xbox Music Updated On Windows Phone

09/17/2014, More often than not, whenever a brand new software update is released, most of the users of said device(s) affected by the update would be impatient to obtain it, as chances are we will see new features introduced as well as old bugs squashed. Well,...

OnePlus To Stop StyleSwap Cover Production

09/17/2014, Earlier this year, we brought you word that the OnePlus One StyleSwap Covers have been confirmed, which means it is only a matter of time before we actually get our hands on it. Having said that, it looks like things have not gone on as planned for the...

Apple Devices To Include Default Kill Switch

09/17/2014, Earlier today, we did talk about how Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke to Charlie Rose in a two-part interview, having addressed privacy and security concerns in the interview itself. Cook claims that Apple does not bother to collect information about you, citing...

Age Of Empires: Castle Siege Now On Windows Phone

09/17/2014, Close to the end of last month, we did bring you word that Age of Empires: Castle Siege will be making its way over to two different Microsoft operating systems – one for computers in the form of Windows 8.1, while the other would cater to the...

BridgeCall App Integrates VOIP Seamlessly To Android Phones

09/17/2014, Ever since the first VOIP call was created, the world has changed into a better place where it is possible to easily (and cheaply) keep in touch with people that matter in one’s lives, for a cost that was once unthinkable: free.  However, and despite...

Sapphire Was Apparently Never In The Cards For The iPhone 6

09/17/2014, Prior to the iPhone 6 being released, there were rumors that suggested that Apple could be outfitting the displays with sapphire. This would lend a more premium feel to the device, not to mention help differentiate it from the competition who have tended...

Activation Lock Enabled On iOS 8 By Default

09/17/2014, Earlier today Apple released iOS 8 to the masses, and while there have been many big changes that Apple has made to the operating system, there are some small ones that might have gone unnoticed by many users. One of these changes that Apple has made is...

Apple Confirms Bug That Delayed HealthKit Compatible Apps

09/17/2014, So iOS 8 was released today and with the release comes the HealthKit framework. However if you were hoping to see a bunch of HealthKit compatible apps, you might be disappointed because according to earlier reports, HealthKit compatible apps have been put...

Assassin’s Creed Pirates Returns To Windows Phone

09/17/2014, Heads up Windows Phone users! While one developer might be pulling out of the Windows Phone scene for now, another one comes back in, well, sort of. You might recall that about a month ago, Ubisoft released Assassin’s Creed Pirates on Windows Phone,...

Candy Crush Developer Puts Its Windows Phone Developments On Hold

09/17/2014, What makes a smartphone platform popular? Well for starters we guess the number of apps available on it helps make it more appealing to users in general, although it’s something of a vicious cycle as developers tend to choose platforms with more users....

Moto 360 Smartwatch Review

09/17/2014, Fitness trackers, the Pebble, and Samsung’s myriad of Gear-branded smartwatches may have kickstarted the wrist-worn wearables trend, but the true test for this category is just beginning. While Apple recently put the watch world on notice with Apple...

Verizon Wi-Fi Calling Not Coming Until Mid-2015

09/17/2014, Verizon is the largest carrier in the U.S. and it does not support Wi-Fi calling on its network even though T-Mobile, which is the fourth largest carrier, has support for this feature. It would be unfair to assume that since the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6...

BitTorrent’s P2P Chat Client Bleep Alpha Open To Public

09/17/2014, BitTorrent has made no secret of its intention to disrupt the online messaging space. Sure there are countless messaging services up and running right now but BitTorrent says that because majority of them are cloud based users never really know if their...

iOS 8 Healthkit Apps Have Been Put On Hold

09/17/2014, Today Apple finally released iOS 8 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The new software comes with Apple’s HealthKit platform which basically collects health and fitness related data from a variety of sources and then allows third party apps to tap...