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After Galaxy S5, will Samsung roll out more affordable LTE mobile devices?

Samsung may be planning to follow up on the launch of the Galaxy S5 with a new line of LTE devices. These devices will be more affordable compared to the current crop of LTE smart phones.

Tech March 28, 2014

After Twitter, Turkey shuts down YouTube following audio leak about Syria: What's next?

While the earlier Twitter ban was prompted by content that link the prime minister and his colleagues to corruption, the move to block out YouTube appears to have something to do with with a move against Syria.

Tech March 28, 2014

Samsung Galaxy S5 CF Auto Root tool and guide released before smartphone ships

Samsung Galaxy S5 owners will have an easier time rooting their smartphone now that a root tool has been released.

Tech March 28, 2014

LG G2 Mini set to see its release in April

LG has announced that it will begin shipping the LG G2 Mini next month in Russia before heading to other regions.

Tech March 28, 2014

Twitter and Billboard team up to show you who's topping the charts

Billboard decided to join forces with Twitter to bring real-time charts, tracking conversations about music on the micro-blogging site. Twitter is one of the most popular platforms for musicians who are looking to promote their music. Will this partnership with Billboard make music even more accessible on Twitter?

Tech March 28, 2014

Swedish carrier Telia posts details and reveals unannounced HTC One M8 Mini

HTC is expected to introduce a mini version of its next HTC One M8 smartphone. The HTC One M8 Mini has just been spotted on a carrier's website.

Tech March 28, 2014

Amazon TV to debut April 2 - Break out the popcorn

Amazon will finally introduce its video-streaming device on April 2nd during an event in New York at 11 a.m. EST. Amazon TV has been a long time coming, so fans of Amazon's online media library are more than a little excited about the event.

Tech March 27, 2014

GameStop welcomes Walmart to the trade in biz, will stock more older titles

GameStop is not letting Walmart's appearance in the video game trade in business get it down as the chain's CEO today rattled off a string of new ventures the retailer will dive into to help it stay viable. This will include beefing up the number of older titles it sells along with adding to its trade-in program.

Tech March 27, 2014

Apple iPhone 6 could launch in September - Everything we think we know

Apple could release the iPhone 6 as early as September, says one new report. Rumors are spreading like wildfire about the iPhone 6, with reports hinting at two different screen sizes, sapphire glass displays and other great features. What will the iPhone 6 look like? Nobody knows, but here's our best guess.

Tech March 27, 2014

Lower prices expected as billions of tablets, smartphones and PCs ship in 2014

About 2.5 billion connected devices will ship into the world this year and if forecasts are correct this meteoric increase will continue for years to come. The most popular connected device is still the smartphone, but tablets are still seeing a much higher growth rate.

Tech March 27, 2014

Amazon cuts cloud storage prices just like Google - Let the Cloud Wars begin!

Amazon announced that it will cut cloud storage prices dramatically starting April 1. The new cuts come just weeks after Google announced huge price cuts to Google Drive cloud storage subscriptions. Is this the start of the Cloud Wars?

Tech March 27, 2014

Samsung's bright idea: a Bluetooth-controlled LED light bulb

How many people does it take to screw in a light bulb? Still just one, but now that single person can also control up to 64 different bulbs if they are installing one of Samsung's new Bluetooth-enabled bulbs.

Tech March 27, 2014

Case maker confirms unannounced Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom, Galaxy S5 Mini, and Nokia Lumia 1820

A case manufacturer has leaked three unannounced devices. The Nokia Lumia 1820 joined the Samsung Galaxy S5 Zoom and S5 Mini as devices the company created cases for.

Tech March 27, 2014

Microsoft Office for iPad is here: But where is Office for Windows 8 touch and Android?

After years of rumors and rumors of rumors, Office for iPad is finally ready to be consumed by iPad users around the world.

Tech March 28, 2014

Pardon me! Apple wants to address texting while walking mishaps with 'transparent texting' patent

Though not quite as deadly as texting while driving issues, Apple hopes limit pedestrian wipeouts while texting using video feed from iPhone’s rear facing camera with tech dubbed transparent texting.

Tech March 30, 2014

Samsung Galaxy S5 hits Korea early - 'Puzzled' Samsung looks on as fans cheer

Samsung isn't really sure why SK Telecom decided to sell the Galaxy S5 a few weeks early, but nobody else seems to be complaining. SK Telecom shrugged off Samsung's order that the Galaxy S5 debut on April 11, leaving fans cheering and Samsung "puzzled."

Tech March 28, 2014

As Twitter goes more visual, is social media world bucking text for pics?

Emerging social media trend seeing emphasis on more visual content. And Twitter has noticed it.

Tech March 30, 2014

Who you gonna call? HD video camera helps spot ghostly activity in New Hampshire store

Apparitions and lights turning on and off by themselves are par for the course at the Ellacoya Country Store, but this time the pesky poltergeist went over the line smashing a cake dish top. The ghostly activity was captured by the store's camera.

Tech March 27, 2014

Americans snuggling up in front of the Internet and turning off their TVs

A new survey by Deloitte finds Americans are increasingly watching their shows on a mobile device and even when they are in front of the TV tend to be multitasking with some doing up to four additional task while supposedly watching the tube.

Tech March 27, 2014

'Dendroid' virus threatens Android smartphones in India: Here's how to protect your data

A malicious new trojan called “Dendroid” is currently threatening smartphones in India. The new virus can take over an Android phone and intercept incoming and outgoing private messages.

Tech March 27, 2014

Too young for 'Nintendinitis'? Doctors warn of 'WhatsAppitis' and blame messaging apps for health problems

Serial texters, beware of this new health scare! Overuse of anything --even of your smartphone -- is bad for your health.

Tech March 27, 2014

Samsung launches Galaxy S5 in India, Australia; Korean mobile carriers sneak offers prior to restrictions

Amidst telecom troubles in South Korea, the launch of Samsung’s latest flagship model the Galaxy S5 has been proceeding smoothly in South Korea and Australia. The S5 also launches in India today.

Tech March 27, 2014

New Windows Phone 8.1 images leak showing off new app store details ahead of its release

New screenshots of the Windows Phone Store in Microsoft's upcoming Windows Phone 8.1 has leaked online.

Tech March 27, 2014

Samsung preparing to release new and updated Galaxy Mega phablets

Samsung will reportedly launch a second-generation Galaxy Mega smartphone. The handset currently ships with a 6.3-inch display.

Tech March 27, 2014

Twitter adds photo tags and albums - Is Twitter the new Facebook?

Twitter added photo tagging and photo albums to its posting options on Wednesday. Users can now tweet multiple photos and tag their friends just like on Facebook.

Tech March 27, 2014

BlackBerry CEO asks leakers to stop being such a buzz kill

BlackBerry CEO John Chen wrote a blog post on Wednesday, asking leakers to stop revealing device specifications prior to the launch events. Chen chastised leakers for using duplicity to gain access to company secrets and even stated that legal action will be taken in some cases.

Tech March 26, 2014

New York Times goes mobile with digital subscription apps NYT Now and NYT Premier

The New York Times is going all out with two new digital subscription apps: NYT Now and NYT Premier. The Times hopes that these new apps will encourage digital news readers to pay for "all the news that's fit to print," but will they?

Tech March 26, 2014

Samsung SM-G870x is the Galaxy S5 Active and will see a release on AT&T, Sprint, and other carriers

Samsung will reportedly release a more rugged version of its upcoming Galaxy S5. The company will reportedly launch a Galaxy S5 Active and it's headed to two U.S. carriers.

Tech March 27, 2014

ZTE Nubia X6 phablet features massive 6.44-inch display - Phablet fans go wild

The ZTE Nubia X6 is one of the biggest and baddest phablets yet with its mammoth 6.44-inch display and high-end specifications. The X6 has phablet fans everywhere salivating, but will it ever leave China?

Tech March 26, 2014

Microsoft adds Major League Gaming, MLB and new Starz content to Xbox systems

When gaming is just not enough Xbox live subscribers now have several new options to keep themselves fully entertained. Microsoft has added access to the Major League Gaming network, baseball and more movies through its Xbox One and 360 consoles.

Tech March 26, 2014

Facebook buys Oculus VR - Why early backers and fans went nuclear

Not everyone is so happy that Facebook bought Oculus VR. Many of the early backers of the Kickstarter project and fans of Oculus Rift are extremely upset, but why?

Tech March 28, 2014

Apple sells 500 million iPhones, iPhone 6 to push for 600 million?

Apple has so far declined to mark the historic selling of its 500 millionth iPhone, but perhaps the is because the company does not see it as a big deal. With the iPhone 6 due out later this year, if the Internet rumors are true, the company could quickly surge passed 600 million.

Tech March 26, 2014

Intel's purchase of Basis: A sign that wearables are getting ready for prime time?

Smart watches, glasses and fitness bands have attracted a great deal of public attention, but so far massive sales have not followed. Intel intends to change that by picking up health band maker Basis as part of a larger strategy to bring wearable devices to the forefront.

Tech March 26, 2014

More racially diverse emojis! That’s the latest cry and Apple is responding

Of the over 800 Emojis, apparently there’s a lack of minority representation, so says Miley Cyrus, Tahj Mowry and MTV Act's Joey Parker

Tech March 27, 2014

Why did Intel buy Basis Science? Wearable technology, of course.

"Intel inside." Guess where you will be seeing that in the near future? Nope. Not your computers or laptops.

Tech March 26, 2014

Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile HTC One M8 price and release date details roundup

All four major U.S. carriers are offering the all new HTC One M8. Here's a roundup of pricing and launch details for Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile.

Tech March 26, 2014

'What's on your mind?:' Five pct of Brits check Facebook during sex says survey

A new study has found out technological innovations have gotten in the way of relationships--and even into their private moments.

Tech March 26, 2014

Facebook acquires OculusVR for $2 billion: Is Facebook turning its focus to video games?

Facebook has bought OculusVR, further proving that Mark Zuckerberg is not afraid to spend big.

Tech March 26, 2014

Microsoft makes MS-DOS and Word for Windows source code public: Did Microsoft go open source?

In a surprising move, Microsoft made public the source codes of the old MS-DOS and Word for Windows.

Tech March 26, 2014

Broke your HTC One (M8) and hoping to fix it yourself? Forget it

Just like its predecessor, the HTC One (M8) is a pain to repair, so be careful not to break it.

Tech March 30, 2014

Google now selling unlocked HTC One M8 Google Play Edition, which cuts out HTC Sense 6 for stock Android

Fans of smartphone's running stock Android and sold through Google's Play Store will be happy to know that the company has added the new HTC One M8 as a Google Play Edition smartphone.

Tech March 26, 2014

C:\ Microsoft releases MS-DOS source code

Anyone who remembers having to type in commands to get their computer to function and black screens filled with green letters will be thrilled to know that Microsoft today released the original source code for three of its earlier operating systems, including MS-DOS 1.1.

Tech March 25, 2014

Rumr app lets besties gossip anonymously on iOS and Android

Rumr has it there's a new app for anonymous gossip available on Android and iOS. Rumr lets you chat in a group about sensitive subjects without anyone knowing who said what.

Tech March 25, 2014

Apple App Store offers search suggestions to help you find the app you really want

Apple wants to help you find the app you're really looking for. A new update to the App Store is in testing on some iOS 7.1 devices, which offers up search suggestions when you look for an app. If you're looking for a calender app, it might also suggest planning, checklist or other similar searches.

Tech March 25, 2014

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