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News Republic Provides News That Matters With My News Digest

10/09/2014, There is no shortage of apps these days that promise to provide a personalized experience to those who want to stay on top of news every single day. News Republic wants to go beyond that level of personalization and for that it has introduced My News...

Facebook Not Monetizing WhatsApp In The Near Future

10/09/2014, Quite a few months back Facebook had announced its intention to purchase WhatsApp, one of the most popular cross-platform messaging service used by hundreds of millions of people around the world. A couple of days ago this acquisition was finally...

Snapchat Is Getting Ads Soon

10/09/2014, There has been much speculation about the revenue streams that Snapchat will open up in order to capitalize on its huge user base and for now the company is going with a tried and tested method: advertisements. Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel confirmed at a...

HTC To Update Several Of Its Devices With The “Eye Experience”

10/09/2014, Just yesterday, HTC announced the HTC Desire Eye which is a selfie phone to end all selfies. It packs a whopping 13MP front-facing camera which comes with a flash unit, which safe to say there aren’t that many manufacturers out there who have included...

Alleged Nexus X “Shamu” Specs Pop Up On CPU-Z

10/09/2014, One of the rumors regarding the upcoming Nexus X “Shamu” from Motorola is that the handset will feature a 5.9-inch display. Given that Google has gotten their partners to increase the screen size with every Nexus release, with a 5-inch display for the...

Galaxy Note Edge Stops By The FCC With AT&T And US Cellular Support

10/08/2014, When Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 4, they also unveiled a variant of the device with a curved edge that they called the Galaxy Note Edge. The phone is said to be a limited run device and according to the reports, it will be making its way onto the...

Galaxy Note 4 Subjected To The Bend Test

10/08/2014, With reports that the iPhone 6 Plus can bend in the pocket of its users, Lewis Hilsenteger of Unbox Therapy decided to try and see if he could bend it with his bare hands, which he managed to do after applying a bit of force to it. Well if you were...

Motorola Droid Turbo User Manual Leaked, Confirms Some Specs

10/08/2014, From what we can tell about the Motorola Droid Turbo, it seems to be quite a beast of a smartphone from Motorola. In fact it seems that the Droid Turbo is even more powerful than the newly launched Moto X which is supposed to be Motorola’s flagship...

ComScore: iOS And Windows Phone See Slight Gains In US Market

10/08/2014, While Apple might be beating out OEMs in terms of smartphones shipped and sold, unfortunately due to the overwhelming number of OEMs making Android devices, Google’s Android platform currently has the lion’s share of the market. iOS comes in at second...

HTC RE Viewfinder-Less Camera, Hands-On Review

10/08/2014, HTC is primarily a smartphone company, but it’s transforming itself into something else. At a private briefing earlier this week, HTC says it started out as a consumer product OEM maker, building devices like the iPAQ and Palm Treo 650 for HP and...

HTC Desire Eye: First Impressions

10/08/2014, Selfies. Selfies. Selfies. People can’t get enough selfies. Apparently, we absolutely love taking pictures of ourselves. Traditionally, the front-facing camera on our smartphones is usually vastly inferior to the rear-facing camera. HTC wants to...

Google Testing ‘Micro App’ Trials For Android

10/08/2014, There are over a billion devices out there that are powered by Android but countless surveys show that Android users don’t spend nearly as much as their iOS counterparts on digital content such as applications, movies, TV shows or songs. Google,...