Category: Mobiles

Lenovo’s Chromebook 100S comes to North America next month

Although the company has released just three Chromebooks since early 2013, Lenovo has quietly become one of the top Chromebook manufacturers. Its devices running Chrome OS are performing very well with consumers from education and business sectors. And this fall Lenovo is going to release another Chromebook that is very affordable and pretty capable. The […]

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Instagram adding several new features to Instagram Direct

Instagram Direct is the social media site’s way of directly sharing content with friends and family, and it’s been a success for the site since it launched a few years back. Today, Direct is getting some new features to make it even better, including threaded messaging and a way to share photos and videos on […]

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Some of the largest tech companies are working together to make a new video format

Almost all the biggest tech companies are joining together to create a new royalty free video format. Amazon, Cisco, Google, Intel, Microsoft, Mozilla and Netflix plan on making this new format to revolutionize the internet. The new company formed is called Alliance for Open Media. The new video format will probably mean the final end to Adobe Flash. […]

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Google pushing for less intrusive app installation pop-ups in mobile web pages

Google is updating their mobile friendly website test to try and promote less intrusive app installation warnings that hide significant amounts of content. When browsing a website on a mobile device, it’s not uncommon to see a pop-up that prompts you to install the site’s app on a mobile app store. Sometimes it’s out of […]

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OxygenOS 2.0.2 rolling out today via OTA

OnePlus is rolling out update after update to make sure your OnePlus 2 handset stays stable and free of bugs. Just over a week ago the company rolled out its 2.0.1 update for OnePlus handsets. Now it’s rolling out version 2.0.2 via OTA. Starting today OnePlus 2 owners can get their hands on a new […]

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Could this be the HTC One A9?

Just yesterday we heard that HTC’s upcoming flagship type quality smartphone will be called the One A9. Today, the device might have been caught on camera. The video below briefly shows us a glimpse of what could be the HTC One A9. HTC has plans to announce a so-called “handsome” smartphone on September 6th in Berlin. The […]

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Google’s new branding is slowly coming to web and Android icons

Earlier today we told you Google has updated their logo and would be bringing the design change to all of it’s products. They have already started updating some of their major apps with new logos on web and Android. The new upper case “G” will be carried over to any apps that previously had the […]

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Now you can download Amazon’s Prime videos on your Android device

Amazon has just made its Prime Video service available for download on Android and iOS, letting users watch them offline or when they are not connected to the Internet. The move will give Amazon’s Prime Videos a clear edge over other streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu Plus. Now-a-days, users find it more convenient to watch movies […]

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