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Following the announcement of Windows Phone 8.1, Nokia took the stage and announced the corresponding Lumia devices that will rock the new version of the mobile operating system. Leading the bunch is the Nokia Lumia 930, which is basically the international version of the Lumia Icon that is being offered by Verizon in the United States. The phone packs a 5-inch Full HD MAOLED display...

Microsoft has finally unveiled the newest version of its mobile operating system at its annual BUILD developer conference in San Francisco, California. And Microsoft went all out this time by adding a number of new features to the OS that helps it better compete with Android and iOS. For starters, WP 8.1 now features more customisation options for users to tinker...

The default camera on most Android handsets has always been criticised for lacking a number of useful features leaving its partners to come up with their own solutions to make cameras on Android phones able to compete with that of the iPhone. Fortunately, it seems that those days will soon be over as reports suggest that Google is now working on the default camera app on Android to make it at par with its rivals...

Samsung today announced the fourth generation of its highly successful line of Galaxy tablets. The range consists of three models – the Tab 4 7.0, 8.0 and 10.1. As you might have guessed, the name of each tablet corresponds to the sizes of their screen. All models pack a 720p resolution display and is powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor and features 1.5GB of RAM and either 8GB or 16GB of expandable...

The two heavy-weights of the smartphone industry are at it again with their newest flagship smartphones. On one hand, we have the Galaxy S5 from Korean while on the other we’ve got the recently launched Taiwanese contender – the HTC One (M8). Both models were designed to be upgrades from last year’s models and as such bring only minor improvements compared to their predecessors...

Olympus launched two new point-and-shoot cameras today – the Olympus Stylus SH-1 and the Stylus Tough TG-3. The Olympus Stylus SH-1 features a 16MP BSI CMOS sensor complemented by a TruePic VII Processor and an f/3-6.9, 25-600mm 24x optical zoom lens. There’s also a 3-inch 460k-dot LCD panel at the back as well as integrated Wi-Fi...

For the past five years, it has been an annual tradition in Google to give its users a good prank on April Fools’ Day. This year the search giant is giving users a chance to fulfil their childhood fantasy of becoming a Pokémon master with Google Maps. Beginning today until 2AM PT tomorrow, Google Maps will incorporate a Pokémon challenge which will require users to discover and...

Yahoo is allegedly building its own video platform to rival that of Google’s YouTube. And according to reports, it might be building the platform using YouTube talents. According to sources of Recode.net, Yahoo is trying to win over popular YouTube content creators with larger monetary incentive and bigger ad revenues for their videos...

HTC’s newest flagship the One (M8) has previously made headlines when an Antutu benchmark score of the phone was leaked online before the handset was officially launched. Based on the leaked benchmark scores, the device received high marks in terms of performance. In fact the scores were too high that it bested all other flagship devices from other manufacturers including the Galaxy Note 3....

While some of us are still dreaming of getting Android 4.2 on our handset, there are already rumours about what Android 4.4.3 will be bringing to future smartphones. Based on the leaked features of the update, it looks like Android 4.4.3 will be mostly bug fixes to known issues on the current build of Jelly Bean. Here is the list of fixes outlined in the leak...

The 31st of March 2014 is World Backup Day, a global initiative that aims to bring awareness to the increasing role of data in people’s lives and the importance of regularly backing up that data. With people storing everything from their photos to personal documents to contacts on their PC, tablet, and smart phone, backing up this invaluable information protects people in the event they are hacked...

A few days ago LG announced their first smart bulb in the market. Today, the other Korean tech giant released their own version of a smart light bulb. Unlike LG’s smart bulb, Samsung’s version will be able to connect to smart devices via Bluetooth. According to the Korean company, using Bluetooth for connecting the bulb to device will eliminate the need for a bridge and wireless access point...

Chinese brands of consumer electronics are now slowly making their presence felt all over the world as a provider of quality products less the jaw-dropping price tags. TCL is one such company that’s making a name for itself especially in the Australian market where it recently launched its newest line of 4K TVs. Heading the line of TCL UHD TVs is the company’s 85-inch model that can restore an image...

Apple iPad Fans who are looking to get some work done on their devices will certainly appreciate Microsoft’s announcement today. The Redmond company has now brought its popular productivity apps to the iPad. Office for iPad is now free, but before pointing your address bar to the Apple app store, here are a few things you might want to look at before clicking that download button...

Microsoft and Dell have just announced today that they both signed an agreement regarding intellectual property rights of the latter’s Android- and Chrome OS-powered devices. Basically the agreement will oblige Dell to pay Microsoft whenever it ships devices running on Android’s operating system. In exchange Microsoft will be paying some of Dell’s patents for use in its Xbox consoles...