Manufacturers are free to market and advertise their devices however they want – but it’s sometimes surprising what gets approved for public consumption. The latest Oppo campaign entitled “Goodbye Plastic” is one that I would put in this bucket. As the splash page suggests, the campaign is to tease the launch of the new F-series […]
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If you thought you’d seen the last of the Candy Crush series with Candy Crush Soda Saga, you thought wrong. King, who is now owned by Activision, has just announced and released their latest Candy Crush game, Candy Crush Jelly Saga, which once again revisits the addictive and colourful world of candy. As the name of the […]
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When the Nexus 6P was announced in September last year, it was said to be available in four colours: Aluminium, Graphite, Frost and Gold. For whatever reason, however, only three of the colours were available to most of the world with the Gold variant of the Nexus 6P singled out for Japan. Why that was […]
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It’s clear that at CES 2016, virtual reality (VR) is one of the big movers since last year’s event with plenty of companies staking their claim in the VR business. While it definitely seems like Google Cardboard has taken a back seat to VR juggernauts like the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, one case maker […]
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Source confirms Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge have a microSD slot; pricing and display sizes rumoured
While Samsung‘s 2015 flagships were very, very good, one of the major criticisms of all their devices was the lack of a microSD slot. While we could definitely debate about the benefits of devices with and without microSD slots till the cows come home, it seemed blatantly obvious that Samsung changing this up rubbed some […]
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According to The Wall Street Journal, Twitter is going to expand its 140-character limit on tweets to 10,000 characters. Many Twitter users were quick to criticize the company after hearing of this, as much of the site’s appeal is due to its fast snippets of current events, minus all the detail found on traditional websites. […]
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BRAVEN BRV-XXL and BRV-BLADE LE continue on the companies ruggedized portable audio solutions in a big way
I’ve yet to get in on the whole Rick and Morty craze, but all my friends who religiously follow the adult cartoon have all told me this is a big deal. Launching on January 14th will be a mobile game from Adult Swim Games by the name of Pocket Mortys. While the promise of a Rick […]
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SanDisk bolsters storage solutions with 200GB Connect Wireless Stick and 128GB Dual USB 3.0 OTG Drive
Google has so far been making good on its promise to release monthly security patches for the Android mobile operating system, which at the very least is great news for Nexus devices owners. To that end, Google has released factory images with the January Android security patch for the following devices: Nexus 5 Nexus 5X Nexus […]
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In the land of search and ad networks, two of the biggest players are Google and Facebook. As you can imagine, Facebook has thought about the situation where Google kicks it off the Android-based Google Play Store – and it’s got a contingency. While it doesn’t look like Facebook will ever have to use said […]
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We first met the Emiota Belty at CES 2015 – a self-adjusting belt that would tighten or loosen based on your body. At CES 2016, the Belty is back again, but it’s looking a bit different this time around. While the Belty looked more akin to a luggage strap last year, this year’s version dubbed the […]
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A few years back I took a set of Urbanear headphones for a run. They were soft, comfortable for long-term wear and had some great sound. Last year they didn’t come out of the gates with anything “new”, but did offer up a number of various design options. At least, that is my recollection. This […]
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If there’s one publisher who’s keen to keep making money from prior successes, it’s Square Enix. Slowly, but steadily, the games publisher has been bringing its iconic library of older video games to mobile (at decidedly premium prices) and its next port of call is putting Final Fantasy IX on Android. The Final Fantasy franchise has fallen […]
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