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Thursday, 23 Oct 2014
With Xiaomi aiming to be a global player in mobile phones, International VP Hugo Barra has disclosed that the Chinese company will be moving its international user data to servers outside of China. Users in China will still have their data on local servers.
If you're an 80s kid, you'd know what Back to the Future is. Now what's the one thing that everybody wants from the series? Hint: It can hover, but it's not the DeLorean.
Remember in 2004 when Google revolutionized email with Gmail? Ten years later, it's trying to do it again with a new app called Inbox.
Wednesday, 22 Oct 2014
Samsung has begun mass-producing 20nm 8Gb DDR4 RAM chips. This will lead to 32GB RAM modules for enterprise level computing requirements.
Tuesday, 21 Oct 2014
Google's Android 5.0 was just made public last week. Besides Nexus branded devices, we're sure many are wondering what other smartphones might get the Lollipop update. Look inside to see if your phone is scheduled to get the newest Android upgrade!
Tired of remembering and resetting passwords? Passage is the app you might be looking for. It's not yet in its final form, but it could shape up to be an interesting contender for managing those pesky passwords.
Hot on the heels of the rumor of Microsoft's foray into the world of fitness wearables comes the revelation of the Fitbit Surge, which is more than just a regular fitness tracker or smart watch. In fact, it might be marketed as a 'super watch'.
Legendary Pictures will be releasing a Dead Rising movie, with Comedian Rob Riggle to play Frank West. More details about the movie after the jump.
Apple has informed developers that from 1st February 2015 onwards, all apps submitted to the app store must include 64-bit support.
Monday, 20 Oct 2014
According to Forbes, we may see a smart wearable from Microsoft in just a few weeks time with early indications that it will focus mainly on fitness and health functions.