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New Apple iMac may have 5K resolution

Apple looks to be taking things big ever since they rolled out its large screen iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. Taking the focus away from the mobile side of things and converging that focus on the desktop side of things, Apple might finally be getting geared up to launch its first ever desktop computer that will be...

The LG G3 Has Wow Factor!

The LG G3 smartphone has garnered a lot of attention on the smartphone market for its astonishingly good value in relation to its direct competitors. With a relatively cheap price tag, and a whole host of fabulous, and yes, good quality features, the LG G3 is a huge contender to be reckoned with, as it may be the solution...

What Qualities Must DVR Recorders Have?

Before we move on, a person needs to know what a Closed-Circuit Television DVR, or Closed-Circuit Television Digital Video Recorder, is a device that can be used to record, store and view digital videos that have been recorded by Closed-Circuit television cameras. CCTV cameras need to be hooked up to a source that provides them with power and storage...

OnePlus Two set to launch in 2015

The success of startup company OnePlus’s first ever smartphone, the OnePlus One, gave the company sufficient amounts of momentum in order to start the necessary plans to release the device that will be going to replace OnePlus One, the OnePlus Two. The device is expected to launch between Q2 and Q3 of 2015. The starting price of the OnePlus One...

iPhone 6 Continuity Features: A closer look

iPhone 6 continuity
With both iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus now on the circulation and new generation of Macbooks coming this fall, Apple’s has brought the Continuity feature in both iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite that will basically allow integration between devices that uses the two platforms. This will enable the iPhone, iPad and Mac to work with the least...

iPhone 6 can record user’s every movement, says Noel Sharkey

Apple’s latest offering may be comprised up of superior performance boosting hardware, a near field communications chip for online payments and a fingerprint scanner for added security measures, it also happens to be a gadget that is ending up recording and displaying every single movement of the user, turning the device from a flexible mobile gadget to a dangerous...

The Apple Watch: Everything you need to know

Apple Watch Crown
Apple releases its first ever entry to the wearable department in the form of the Apple Watch. Unlike Moto 360, it has a square face and touts a beautiful sapphire display in its face. One of its unique features is the Digital Crown which allows users to zoom, scroll and other to-and-fro functionality. The Apple Watch is not your...

Nexus 6 shipping with impressive specifications

With Google’s upcoming operating system update just around the corner, the company’s partnership with Motorola to produce another cost effective smartphone to replace the Nexus 5 will prove to be a very lucrative team venture. This is because apart from boasting a behemoth 5.92 inch screen size that will be displaying a 1440 pixel resolution, the Nexus 6 will...

Thermal vision camera for Android and iPhone start at $199

In addition to using a smartphone’s camera to record videos and capture images, the Android operating system smartphones as well as iPhones will be upgraded with another add – on camera that can be purchased for a price of $199. However, this is not just any other camera, but it gives the user the capability to shoot thermal images...

Apple Responds to Bad Press About iPhone 6 Bending

Iphone 6 bending
In response to numerous complaints about the new iPhone 6 becoming bent too easily, Apple has issued a statement that stated these incidents are “rare” under normal usage conditions. According to the Cupertino-based tech giant, only nine iPhone 6 Plus customers reported bent phones.The maker of the iPhone backed their product further by saying that the devices went through...

Apple’s iPhone 6 bends under pressure while being placed in pockets

For a company that is trusted to deliver mobile products that exude superior craftsmanship and quality; and is also considered to be one of the most financially valuable tech companies on the planet, Tim Cook must be pulling his hair out. In addition to the problems created by Apple’s new iOS 8 operating system, the company has to deal...

Updating to iOS 8 is causing major problems for Apple device users

IOS 8
Companies will always perform a rigorous testing phase of the upcoming operating system update before officially launching it to be downloaded on to smartphones and tablets but it seems that the fruit of their efforts will always goes unrewarded. The latest plague of errors on mobile devices is coming from the iOS camp as many users have started complaining...

Google android price range

Google Android
Google has announced that it will begin displaying the price ranges of in-app purchases beginning September 30, 2014. For many mobile app users, this is a bit of good news since they’ll be able to gauge the type of money they’ll have to spend once they start using the app. Parents, in particular, will find the price disclosure useful...

Microsoft acquired Mojang for 2.5 Billion

Microsoft Minecraft
Microsoft is now the owner of Minecraft, and its creator Markus “Notch” Persson is relieved that the franchise he built is out of his hands. When news broke that Microsoft was finalizing the deal to take over Mojang, many were a bit puzzled as to why Persson would let go of something that has such a huge user base.Perhaps...

Apple release iphone 6 and web servers crash worldwide

Iphone 6 and iphone 6 plus
Apple releases their new iPhone 6 and 6 plus at 8:00am for pre-order in the UK and at 8:01 all the major carrier networks web servers crashed, all the websites including EE and O2 where unresponsive for hours.Reports have announced that Apples official website in the US crashed for 3 hours after its release and major carriers in the US...