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Verizon Delivers Update For Samsung Galaxy Note PRO 12.2

07/09/2014, When it comes to a piece of hardware, it certainly pays dividends for the manufacturer to ensure that timely updates are introduced in order to make sure that the device itself remains competitive in the market for as long as possible, eking out every...

Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet Could Head For Verizon

07/08/2014, If you think that your smartphone is one tough cookie, then think again if you are not using the //www.ubergizmo.com/2014/02/sony-xperia-z2-hands-on/”>Sony Xperia Z2, as that particular model could which was encased in a block of ice continued to...

Google Removes Three Google Play Edition Devices From Their Store

07/08/2014, If you were looking for Google Play Edition devices, the Google Play Store used to play home to six devices. This included the HTC One M8, the Moto G, the Samsung Galaxy S4, the HTC One M7, the Sony Xperia Z Ultra, and the LG G Pad 8.3. However...

Surface Pro 3 Updates Improves Battery Life And More

07/08/2014, Microsoft today released software updates for its latest tablet the Surface Pro 3. The aim of these updates is to improve usability of features as well as improve the overall stability of the system. Initially it was reported last week that the company...

T-Mobile Nokia Lumia 2520 Spotted By @evleaks

07/08/2014, It was just recently that we talked about how whispers swirled around the possibility of seeing the Nokia Lumia 2520 Windows-powered tablet arrive on T-Mobile, and what you see above here from @evleaks is a purported snapshot of said tablet. Sure, this...

NVIDIA Titan Z Now On Alienware Aurora

07/08/2014, How do you make one of the best even better? Why, wait for superior parts than the sum of it all roll out, and throw it in, of course! The Alienware Aurora gaming desktop intends to maintain its lead at the very elite of high-performance gaming desktops...

Gmail Gets 13 More Languages

07/07/2014, Ever since Gmail was launched all those years ago, I would say that I have become lazy and complacent in my email management. In other words, I have ended up as less selective on the kinds of emails that I delete as well as archive. The reason behind...

Surface Mini’s Summer Release Rumor Refuted

07/07/2014, The Microsoft Surface Mini tablet is an enigma. The tablet has been rumored to be in the works, and then cancelled, and according to the most recent rumor is apparently back on track for production again and could see a potential release over the summer....

Samsung 850 PRO 256GB Review

07/07/2014, The revolution has arrived. Up to the release of the Samsung 850 PRO, the most common strategy was to shrink the die to increase higher bit densities in order to reduce cost and while offering higher capacity. Shrinking a planar layout can only take you...

iOS 8 Beta 3 Released

07/07/2014, The iOS 8 beta program is well underway. Its first beta was seeded on June 2nd and the second beta came two weeks later. There was a rumor that the third beta would be released in the first week of July and that has turned out to be true. iOS 8 beta 3...

MTV Music Video Chart Will Be Socially Powered

07/07/2014, Social networks do play a very important role in our lives these days, and they are not only tools used to keep in touch between family and friends, but companies, too, are interested to know just what makes a particular person tick so that they are...

HP Slate 17 Might Be In The Pipeline

07/07/2014, It does look as though that HP is currently working on a brand new all-in-one desktop/tablet that will feature a 17” display. If this were to be a 17” tablet, then you can be sure that it is not going to be light at all – no sir! While we have...

Microsoft MapPoint, Streets and Trips, To Be Discontinued

07/07/2014, The folks over at Microsoft did make an announcement recently that they will no longer support a couple of their mapping products – namely MapPoint and Streets and Trips, where these two services have already picked up their very last update, and...