Category: Technology

Xiaomi’s Mi Band fitness bracelet is now compatible with Google Fit

If you own a Mi Band fitness bracelet, Xiaomi has just pushed out an update to its Android app, bringing new functionality to the $15 device. Now you can link the Mi Band to your Google account, allowing it to share your fitness stats with Google Fit. You can get hold of a Mi Band […]

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The Sony Xperia Z3+ can be pre-ordered for £549 in the UK

Sony launched the Xperia Z4 in Japan just over a month ago and it was a low-key affair and we wondered if this ‘successor’ to the Xperia Z3 would be released globally. Yesterday Sony announced that this ‘Xperia Z4‘ would, in fact, be marketed as the Xperia Z3+ outside of Japan, with the handset becoming […]

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Skrillex Live Cases now available from the Google Store

Three limited edition cases, all designed by Skrillex, are now available in the Google Store for five handsets. Owners of the Nexus 6, Nexus 5, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S5, and Galaxy Note 4 can purchase a Skrillex Live Case for $40. The cases have either metallic or matte finishes with special designs on the rear. […]

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Amazon Fire Phone price drops… again

The Amazon Fire Phone has transitioned from an underwhelming, costly on-contract handset to an alright off-contract choice. The price of the Fire Phone has dropped yet again. When launched last summer, the Fire Phone lacked an identity. Amazon gave practically no reason to purchase the handset. It was a glorified digital storefront in a phone that had […]

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I/O 2015: What’s next for Google?

On Thursday, thousands of people will take to the Moscone Center in San Francisco for Google I/O 2015. The event, which runs for two days, shows us what Google has been working on to be released this year and beyond. The schedule actually gives us an idea of what to expect. Between the keynote and […]

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Verizon’s Edge program gets some much needed changes, upgrades now simpler

Verizon’s early upgrade program known as Edge has gone through some significant changes today, making it easier for the customers to upgrade to a newer device. According to these new amendments to the policies, customers can pay the full amount of their smartphone and then immediately upgrade to a newer device. Previously, users were required to […]

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LG, Sony and several others to bundle Microsoft Office apps with future tablets

After announcing a strategic partnership with Samsung, Dell and several other regional companies across the globe, Microsoft has now stretched this to 31 by adding 20 new OEMs to the list, including prominent global figures like Sony and LG. Under this partnership, Microsoft apps like OneDrive, OneNote, Skype as well as Word, Excel, PowerPoint will be […]

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Facebook to begin showing critics’ reviews on restaurant pages

Facebook is testing out a new program that will add critic reviews to restaurant pages that appear while users search for somewhere to eat, putting the reviews next to comments left by friends on the social media site. It’s a small change, but it might help Facebook stay competitive in the local search market, especially […]

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OnePlus teases the release of a new product on June 1

OnePlus took to its Twitter account earlier today to tease the release of an upcoming smartphone, which we believe is the much-anticipated OnePlus 2. Unfortunately, the company doesn’t give much away in the tweet. It merely claims that it’s “always looking for ways to shake up the tech industry” and that it “thinks it’s time for […]

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Get the LG G4 from T-Mobile, starting tomorrow

T-Mobile’s LG G4 will be launching through their online store tomorrow, May 26. If you can wait, T-Mobile should have the LG G4 in-stores come June 3. In either option, T-Mobile will be the first carrier in the US to offer the LG G4. Pre-orders should begin shipping tomorrow, as well. If you’re just looking […]

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Google rumoured to be concentrating on Battery Life and RAM optimisations in Android M

It isn’t long to go until its May 28th, the opening day of Google I/O 2015, and that means that we are getting closer to finding out what Android M will bring, and the surprises Google has in store for us. Until then though, we have a new rumour to consider  courtesy of AndroidPolice, who […]

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