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Tuesday, 28 Jul 2015
As noted by WinBeta, Microsoft has already pushed the necessary installation files on some Windows 7 and 8.x systems that have reserved the upgrade. What's left now is the green light from Microsoft to kickoff the upgrade process.
It seems like we get news about something being hacked or having a critical exploit every day. It was Steam yesterday. Today it's Android's turn, with the Stagefright vulnerability. The bad news? Nearly every Android device is vulnerable to it.
A beta tester for the about-to-be-released OnePlus 2 smartphone has leaked detailed close-ups of the smartphone, confirming many rumors circulating regarding the phone’s capabilities.
More photos of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 surfaced on the Internet yesterday showing off a gold color tone and giving us a closer look at the S Pen.
French publication nowhereelese obtained a photo of the alleged battery for the Apple iPhone 6C. Could this be the first confirmed spec of the new 4-inch iPhone this year? Read on to find out.
Xperia Blog obtained a leaked user manual of Sony's upcoming Xperia C5 Ultra which shows off the phablet's bezel-free display and reveals some of its official specs. Hit the link to find out more!
Monday, 27 Jul 2015
The redesigned YouTube mobile app is built with mobile users in mind.
Since splitting from eBay, the company has seen its value soar once its shares went on the open market.
China finally removes long-time ban on console-production, allowing the country to manufacture and sell video games countrywide.
Chrysler has just announced that it is recalling about 1.4 million vehicles after two hackers show that they could remote control a Jeep Cherokee via its Internet-connected entertainment system.