Category: Technology

Huawei Watch teaser highlights key qualities, notes IFA 2015 appearance

This week at IFA 2015, Huawei will be showcasing its Android Wear smartwatch. The Huawei Watch debuted at MWC 2015 but has yet to be sold anywhere in the world; however, that is likely to change in pretty considering the device briefly appeared on Amazon. So to generate additional buzz for the Huawei Watch, the company […]

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Verizon will not be cutting off two-year contracts for existing customers

When Verizon introduced their newer wireless plans, there was some confusion on the state of the carrier’s two-year contracts. Now that the plans have been available for a few weeks, the carrier has posted some new info clarifying the specifics of the plan, including that existing customers can still get two-year contracts and contract pricing, just […]

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New photos of BlackBerry’s upcoming Venice slider phone leak

More photos of BlackBerry’s upcoming Venice phone with a slide out keyboard have leaked, giving a pretty detailed look at the phone’s design and keyboard. Aside from being a slider, the phone looks like any typical smartphone with a large touch screen, although it’s a little thicker than most phones on the market thanks to a […]

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 S Pen walkthrough

Earlier this month, Samsung launched its Galaxy Note 5 flagship smartphone. It includes all high end specifications and is currently one of the best smartphones you can buy so long as you’re willing to pay the cost. Samsung brought some new tricks to the Note series with its updated S Pen stylus. Some include a newly designed […]

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Razer is finally going to start taking pre-orders for the Nabu

At CES 2015, Razer announced the Nabu X as an affordable activity tracker. Its purpose upon being announced was likely to hold people over until the more advanced Nabu, which was announced the year before, reaches the market. On Friday at PAX Prime 2015, Razer finally scheduled a pre-order date for the Nabu along with […]

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Facebook’s deal with the NFL ends as 2015 season kicks off

A partnership between the NFL and Facebook was inked just as 2014 was coming to an end. The deal supplied Facebook’s News Feed with video content from the NFL that included highlights, fantasy football tips, and news from all thirty-two teams. Attached to videos was a “presented by Verizon” banner since Big Red agreed to […]

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Amazon Echo gets new multi-account support, BART schedule access

Amazon has rolled out a couple updates to their Amazon Echo home assistant appliance to help improve its usefulness. The first new feature that will impact the most users is the ability to play audiobooks and music from multiple Amazon accounts. Users can fire up the Amazon Alexa companion app on their mobile device to […]

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Verizon to start offering special deals on #WhyNotWednesday

You may think it would be hard to re-orient Wednesday from being known as anything other than Hump Day, which you probably say in your head using the voice of a certain camel, but Verizon thinks they can do that. They have announced they are launching a new campaign called #WhyNotWednesday in which they will […]

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DoubleClick ads get a Material overhaul

It seems like everything is going Material these days and the ads that appear on your mobile device are no exception. DoubleClick, the company behind many of the ads that show up in the apps you use has announced their AdMob network and DoubleClick Ad Exchange spots are being overhauled with a Material design inspired […]

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Hands on with People Edge on the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+

When Samsung unveiled their new Galaxy S6 Edge+, they also brought with it one new feature that it’s smaller sibling doesn’t have. That new feature is App Edge, which is an expansion on People Edge. Like the old People Edge feature, you can swipe from the top right or left of the edge screen (depending on […]

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