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Google continues to make our web browsing better and better, adding a new field which lets us know when a site works well on mobile. Have you got a great mobile site? Well soon you might actually get the...
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Viber is set to take on the social networking giants with some new features, including the ability to shout out to everyone. Viber is one of the world's most popular ways to communicate, with over...
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Apple has been forced to change the way free apps are listed on iTunes, with the European Commission clamping down on microtransactions. Oftentimes today, free apps aren't actually free - when you...
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Huawei and Russian network operator MegaFon are teaming up to create a 5G network, which will be available to use at the 2018 World Cup. Huawei and Russian network operator MegaFon are pooling their resources...
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Samsung will ramp up production on devices with flexible displays next year, according to one company executive. Bendable technology is the future, and Samsung could be one of the first off the mark, as...
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John "Johnny Rotten" Lydon, formerly of Sex Pistols, revealed that he has spent £10,000 on iPad apps such as Game of Thrones, Game of War, and Real Racing. The former frontman of Sex Pistols, John Lydon,...
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Samsung will cut down on the number of smartphones that it will release next year, according to head of investor relations, Robert Yi. Samsung announced that it will cut down on the number of smartphones...
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Snapcash lets users send money instantly to other Snapchat users - and there's an amusing video to show you how that happens. Once the purview of teenagers sending inappropriate and ephemeral pictures...
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A new iOS update, iOS 8.1.1, will enable iPhone 4s and iPad 2 users to download iOS 8 and ensure that it runs smoothly. Those on older Apple products, such as the iPhone 4s and iPad 2, were advised against...
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Nokia's CEO Rajeey Suri hinted that Nokia could return to the consumer smartphone market, but is more interested in licensing the Nokia brand name. While Microsoft recently dropped the Nokia name from...
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Google may not release its Glass headset until 2015, despite earlier intentions to release a consumer version before the end of the year. The consumer version of Google Glass will not be widely available...
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The latest update to the Android operating system, Android 5.0 Lollipop, is now rolling out to selected Nexus devices. Android 5.0 Lollipop is rolling out on most Nexus devices, according to an announcement...
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Sony is expected to announce the Xperia Z4 at Mobile World Congress in March, 2015, with a high-speed and high-sensitivity CMOS image sensor. Sony’s recent smartphone outings have emphasised the...
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Samsung showcased its cross-device content sharing system, Flow, at its Developer Conference and it certainly has plenty of potential. Samsung is currently working on Flow, a system designed to enable...
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Apple and Beats today confirmed that it will release a wireless version of the Solo2 headphones. The headphones will be released later this month. Life after the Apple takeover of Beats is quite similar...
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Samsung's distinctive Galaxy Note Edge will be making its way to Europe, according to reports that suggest the device will first hit Denmark on December 12. The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge may be coming to...
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Mastercard says that it is testing measures to improve the security of contactless payments, including heartbeat recognition and finger vein scanners. Mastercard is experimenting with different ways of...
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Snapchat today implemented new security measures that will warn users against using third-party apps, and will ask them to change their password. Photo-messaging service Snapchat will, from today, notify...
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Microsoft's Lumia 940 may be one of the first devices to use Gorilla Glass 4, but it probably won't be released for quite a while. Microsoft is hard at work producing its own Lumia devices, and the Lumia...
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Facebook today announced that more than 500 million people use its standalone Messenger app every month, but there is still room for growth. Facebook has been trying to push users towards its standalone...
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