iPhone 6 Photos

This is the perfect iPhone 6

This is the perfect iPhone 6

By about 5 hours ago.

Despite all the supposed leaks and rumors, we still have absolutely no idea what Apple’s next-generation iPhone 6 will look like. Yes, we have read reports from a number of solid sources that appear to all paint a similar picture. We have also seen schematics and case molds leak that could be the real deal. Until we see the finished product unveiled on stage this fall, however, nothing is certain. More →

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iPhone 5s vs Galaxy S5 Heart Rate Sensor

Video: Apple subtly trolls Samsung’s Galaxy S5 in new iPhone 5s ad

Video: Apple subtly trolls Samsung’s Galaxy S5 in new iPhone 5s ad

By about 6 hours ago.

Apple has released a new iPhone 5s TV ad that it shows the various things the iPhone can help with during the day. It also pitches the device as a tool ready to help out with content creation of any sort. During the short 90-second commercial, Apple shows off various apps on the iPhone 5s, including one that can help users measure their heart rates by using the main camera. Without actually taking any hits at Samsung, which just launched the Galaxy S5 with a dedicated heart rate sensor on the back, Apple is subtly suggesting that its latest iPhone model doesn’t need an extra piece of hardware to do what the brand new Galaxy S5 can do. More →

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Hit List

HBO Amazon Prime

Amazon Prime users will soon have access to HBO shows for the first time

Amazon Prime users will soon have access to HBO shows for the first time

By about 6 hours ago.

Amazon and HBO on Wednesday announced a first-of-its-kind deal that will make HBO content available to Amazon Prime subscribers. Several popular HBO shows and mini-series will be included in the deal, and content can be streamed to computers, smartphones, tablets and TVs using Amazon’s various video-streaming apps. What’s more, all newly available HBO content will also be accessible on Amazon’s new Fire TV streaming set-top box. More →

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Hacking Study

State of the Hack: 43% of all DDoS attacks in Q4 originated in China

State of the Hack: 43% of all DDoS attacks in Q4 originated in China

By about 7 hours ago.

The threat from hackers is very real and a new report shows that things are only getting worse. We recently told you about a terrifying new interactive map that shows global cyberattacks happening in real time. If that map seemed surprisingly busy to you, it’s because it is — a new study from Akamai shows that hackers attacked websites 75% more frequently in the fourth quarter last year than in the previous quarter. More →

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Game Changers

Apple iWatch Vs. iPod

Why the iWatch could be the final nail in the iPod’s coffin

Why the iWatch could be the final nail in the iPod’s coffin

By about 7 hours ago.

iPod sales have been on the decline for a while now and Apple’s long-rumored iWatch might be the gadget that finally kills it. MacRumors directs our attention to a new research note written by Susquehanna Financial Group analyst Christopher Caso, who thinks that Apple is angling to have the iWatch eventually be a complete replacement for the iPod as the go-to gadget for music fans.

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2014 Apple vs Samsung Lawsuit Google

Google joins Samsung in the fight against Apple

Google joins Samsung in the fight against Apple

By about 8 hours ago.

Google isn’t just helping Samsung by providing witnesses to help the South Korean corporation defend against Apple’s patent claims in their second U.S. trial; the company will also pay a share of Samsung’s legal costs and will share damages in case Apple wins, Re/code reports. More →

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Gear Fit Sold Out

Samsung’s initial 250,000 Gear Fit stock already sold out

Samsung’s initial 250,000 Gear Fit stock already sold out

By about 9 hours ago.

Samsung’s Gear Fit smart band is more popular than expected, with Samsung having already sold its initial Gear Fit batch. Korean publication MK News says that Samsung produced between 200,000 and 250,000 Gear Fit units, selling all of them in just 10 days. The company is apparently increasing production to meet the unexpected demand. More →

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OnePlus One Specs, Features, Release Date

The OnePlus One is the only Android phone you should really care about right now

The OnePlus One is the only Android phone you should really care about right now

By about 12 hours ago.

OnePlus on Wednesday finally unveiled its first Android handset, the highly anticipated CyanogenMod-based OnePlus One. Considering the phone’s specs and affordable price, the One is the only Android phone you should really consider buying right now. The device will be even cheaper than customers expect, retailing for either $299/€269 (the 16GB version) or $349/€299 (the 64GB version), and should be available in the near future in 16 markets. More →

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Samsung Smartphone Design Patent

Samsung patent reveals a wild new smartphone design

Samsung patent reveals a wild new smartphone design

By on April 23, 2014 at 12:15 AM.

Samsung loves to experiment with different types of designs for its gadgets and a new patent flagged by Galaxy Club shows that the company has come up with some truly wild smartphone designs that go well beyond anything it has released so far. The new smartphone design patented by Samsung reveals a device with an oval-shaped frame and a wraparound display that puts key function buttons on the back of the device. More →

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Comcast Vs. Netflix TWC Merger

Comcast lashes out at Netflix over opposition to TWC merger

Comcast lashes out at Netflix over opposition to TWC merger

By on April 22, 2014 at 11:00 PM.

Gee, do you think that Netflix publicly coming out against the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger has struck a nerve with Comcast? Within hours of Netflix declaring its opposition to the proposed $45 billion merger, Comcast came out with a statement that accused Netflix of relying on “inaccurate claims and arguments” to make its case. More →

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Dragon Age: Inquisition Gameplay Trailer

Video: ‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ shows off a gorgeous, treacherous world

Video: ‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ shows off a gorgeous, treacherous world

By on April 22, 2014 at 9:45 PM.

One of the most iconic RPGs of the last generation will return to consoles and PCs this fall. BioWare announced on Tuesday that Dragon Age: Inquisition, the third entry in the series, will release on October 7th of this year. As the sole survivor of a cataclysmic blast that killed thousands, your character is tasked with the responsibility of leading the Inquisition, a force that aims to vanquish evil from the land of Thedas. More →

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Market Share

The Galaxy S5 already accounts for nearly 1% of Android smartphones

The Galaxy S5 already accounts for nearly 1% of Android smartphones

By on April 22, 2014 at 8:30 PM.

It doesn’t come as much of a surprise, but Samsung’s Galaxy S5 is poised to become the next big thing in the Android market. According to Localytics data from April 11th to April 18th, the Galaxy S5 already makes up 0.7% of the every active Android smartphone in the world, just one week after release. Considering the sheer number of Android devices on the market, this is quite an impressive feat, even for the reigning champion. More →

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iWatch Apple's Smartwatch Commercial Name

Yes, it looks like the Apple smartwatch will be called the ‘iWatch’

Yes, it looks like the Apple smartwatch will be called the ‘iWatch’

By on April 22, 2014 at 7:15 PM.

Now that Apple has been seen further extending its company trademark to cover Class 14 devices including watches, a new piece of evidence seems to indicate that there’s apparently little doubt as to what Apple’s smartwatch will be called. French publication Consomac has discovered that Apple has quietly applied for “iWatch” trademarks in many markets around the world, including the U.S., by using a discrete dummy company called Brightflash. More →

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