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Apple Finally Fixing 1970 Bug That Bricks iPhones: Public Rollout Likely Coming This Spring

Apple will finally fix the 1970 iPhone bricking bug in an upcoming software update rollout. Speculated to be the iOS 9.3, the company is slated to launch the public version of the updated OS this spring.

Apps/Software February 26, 2016

Meizu Pro 5 Mini Plans Put On Hold Indefinitely After Earthquake In Taiwan

Meizu decided not to release the Pro 5 Mini anytime soon. The company said that it is halting the production of the handset after its resources were greatly affected by an earthquake in Taiwan.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 25, 2016

Microsoft Next Lock Screen App For Android Gets Big Update With Cool New Features

Microsoft gives the Next lock screen a major update with tons of exciting new features. This includes a quicker way for Android users to access information with no need to unlock their devices.

Apps/Software February 25, 2016

Kickstarter Gems: Mighty Audio Looks Like An iPod Shuffle But Rocks Spotify Baked In

Love listening to your Spotify playlists but not the accompanying trouble of syncing them with a smartphone? The iPod shuffle-like Mighty device will allow you to play your favorite music through Bluetooth and Wi-Fi for up to 48 hours.

Gadgets February 24, 2016

Xiaomi Mi 4s Gets Official Ahead Of Mi 5 Launch: Here's What It Brings

The Mi 4s from Xiaomi is a 5-inch mid-range handset that features Qualcomm Snapdragon 808, 3 GB RAM, a neat camera combo and Android 6.0 Marshmallow, amonf the highlights. It will hit the stores on March 1 and will retain Xiaomi's competitive pricing scheme.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 24, 2016

LG G5 Already Up For Preorder In UK, But It's Not Cheap

The new LG G5 is now available for preorder at a UK mobile retail site. Customers can now snag the unlocked version of the latest LG flagship at its preorder price of $712.99.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 24, 2016

Nvidia Shield Update Ready To Spice Things Up With Marshmallow And Vulkan In Your Living Room

Nvidia rolled out a Shield update with Android 6.0 Marshmallow and Vulkan graphics API. Bringing a number of improvements and upgrades, the OTA software upgrade is now available for Shield Android TV.

Apps/Software February 24, 2016

Intriguing HTC A16 Leaks Online, Could Join Desire Lineup

A new leak showing what seemed like the HTC A16 was spotted on the web. With the handset’s front and back sides exposed, it gives the impression that it will be included in the Desire lineup of HTC.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 23, 2016

'Carmageddon: Max Damage' Headed To PS4, Xbox One: Check Out The Announcement Trailer [Video]

‘Carmageddon: Max Damage’ is launching on the PS4 and Xbox One this year, marking the title’s first ever debut on the consoles. The game features more than 30 cars, 10 environments and moving targets that include pedestrians, cyclists and aliens.

Video Games February 23, 2016

Valve 'Portal' Robots Will Tell You If Your PC Is VR-Ready With This SteamVR Performance Test

Want to know if your PC is VR-ready? The SteamVR Performance Test will tell you if your PC is Ready, Capable or Not Ready in just a little over two minutes.

Wearable Tech February 23, 2016

'Bioshock' Remasters Headed To Xbox One And PS4

Have you been waiting for a ‘BioShock’ title to be available on your Xbox One and PlayStation 4? A ratings board in Brazil suggests that the original ‘BioShock’ series is coming to new generation game consoles in a remastered version.

Video Games February 23, 2016

Lenovo Tab3 Tablets Debut At MWC 2016: Here's What You Get

Lenovo unveiled three new tablets for its Tab3 lineup of mobile devices at MWC 2016. The 7-inch Tab3 7, 8-inch Tab3 8 and 10-inch Tab3 10 Business tablets all come with Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box and shipping is scheduled to begin in June.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 23, 2016

Facebook Widens Open Compute With New Telecom Infra Project, Scores New Partnerships For Faster 5G Deployment

Facebook launched the new Telecom Infra Project with an aim to develop new technologies and to freely share the work with the telecoms in the world. Some of the early partners in the project include Germany’s Deutsche Telekom and South Korea’s SK Telecom.

Internet February 22, 2016

HTC Desire Family Gets Trio Of New Handsets Inspired By 'Streetwear Fashion'

HTC added three new mobile devices to its Desire lineup. The HTC Desire 530, Desire 630 and Desire 825 are the new handsets that feature streetwear fashion-inspired color and design options.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech February 22, 2016

Court Orders FBI To Reveal Malware Used To Harvest 1,300 IP Addresses In Child Porn Sting Operation

A judge ruled that the FBI should disclose the malware tool it used when it worked on a child pornography case. The security service reportedly grabbed more than 1,000 IP addresses and already charged around 137 people involved.

Legal February 21, 2016

Google Reportedly Rolling Out Accelerated Mobile Pages On Feb. 24: What To Expect

Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages will be launching on mobile Web browsers on Feb. 24. The move is to deliver content through the mobile Web at a faster speed and with less data usage.

Internet February 21, 2016

Microsoft Garage Project Plumbago Wants To Make It Easier To Take Handwritten Notes On Devices

Microsoft launched its Garage Project Plumbago designed to cater to users who want to write notes on their devices. Plumbago is now available as a free downloadable app from the Microsoft Garage Site and the Windows Store.

Apps/Software February 20, 2016

Snapchat Eyes E-Commerce Platform So You Can Shop While You Snap

Snapchat may soon launch a feature to its Discover section that will turn its channels into an e-commerce platform. Users will be able to use the platform to shop while they snap.

Apps/Software February 20, 2016

Samsung Gear S2 Classic 3G/4G Ready To Hit Verizon, AT&T And T-Mobile On March 11

Samsung is launching the Gear S2 classic 3G/4G smartwatch on certain major wireless network providers. Customers will be able to use the smartwatch to make a call, send SMS, receive and send emails and receive notifications even without the use of a phone.

Wearable Tech February 20, 2016

UK Mobile Operator Three Announces Network-Level Ad-Blocking With Shine Technologies

UK carrier Three will start implementing Shine’s network-level ad-blocking technologies for its mobile users. With this move, Three is now the first major company in Europe to block online advertising on its network.

Business February 19, 2016

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