YU coming out with 2nd smartphone dubbed “Project Caesar”

While the Yureka may have not rocked the digital world, it was a relative success on its own. YU Televentures, the separate company by Micromax which was behind the smartphone, is apparently working on their next entry into the market. This time around, they will again be working with custom [Read More...]

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Google drops update for Google Drive in Play Store [APK Download]

Google has started rolling out an update to the Google Drive Android app that brings drag and drop functionality for moving files around. Previously users had to rely on drop-down menus. Once the new app is installed, users should be greeted by a new pop-up screen that explains how it [Read More...]

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Kodi/XBMC app now does auto updating, no need for sideloading

We’ve discussed the Kodi app before – it was named XBMC before that – so if you haven’t heard of it, read up here, here, and here. The app is one of the more robust media software suites out there, and it will run on almost any platform – Windows, [Read More...]

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Rumor pins the price of Huawei’s Android Wear Watch at $1,000

A new rumor has surfaced regarding the price of Huawei’s upcoming smartwatch, and it’s pretty ridiculous. If these rumors end up being true, Huawei could price the watch at $1,000, which is significantly higher than any other conventional Android Wear watch we’ve seen. Apple likely wouldn’t even attempt to pull [Read More...]

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Caviar app now available in Android for your food delivery needs

No, the Caviar app is not something you use to have those expensive fish-eggs delivered to where you are (although, you could, if the restaurant has it on their menu). It is, however, a fairly convenient way to have food brought to your doorstep, if you don’t feel like having [Read More...]

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HBO’s streaming service will be called HBO Now, priced at $15 per month

Some new details have popped up regarding HBO’s stand-alone streaming service that’s slated for launch later this year. The service is HBO’s first foray into offering current content without the help of cable and satellite providers and will be a huge deal for cord-cutters. The service is reportedly going to be [Read More...]

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Podo is the first “stick it anywhere” camera

If you’re tired of trying to figure out how to fit everyone in a “group selfie” shot or you’re still too embarrassed to bring out that “selfie stick” (it’s a monopod, really) when you need to take self-portraits, then this new Kickstarter project may just be what you need. You’ve [Read More...]

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Google releases stand alone PDF viewer geared toward Android For Work users

While Google Drive on Android has a built-in PDF viewer, there are times when it won’t work or can’t be deployed. As such, Google has released a stand alone PDF viewer app aimed at the Android For Work program with this very dilemma. Like the in-app PDF viewer, this app [Read More...]

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Nokia 1100 turns up with ARM MT6582 processor

A new Nokia smartphone has turned up with some details for the device surfacing in Geekbench benchmarks. The smartphone is the Nokia 1100 and according to the benchmark screenshot, it scored a 347 for single core and a 664 for multi-core. The benchmark is dated February 20 and surprisingly we haven’t [Read More...]

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Samsung’s Gear VR with Oculus to go ‘full consumer’ by year’s end

The Samsung Gear VR is said to get a full consumer push by year’s end, at least according to Oculus CTO John Carmack. Speaking at the Game Developers Conference he said, “Internally, some would have preferred it to be called a ‘developer kit,’ but Samsung doesn’t do developer kits.” Carmack made [Read More...]

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