Square Enix beats the summer heat with Final Fantasy sales

Summer is here and what better way to spend the season than by basking in the sun and going out. Or you can also stay indoors or even outdoors and immerse yourself in the myriad wonderful worlds of mobile gaming. In line with many gaming-related seasonal promotions, Square Enix is [Read More...]

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Verizon will start throttling its unlimited data users on October 1st

Verizon launched their “Network Optimization” policy back in the Fall of 2011, which at the time meant the company could throttle 3G data speeds for their heaviest users in congested service areas. Unfortunately Verizon is now updating that policy to include wireless users on their 4G LTE network with unlimited [Read More...]

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Facetune, a selfie editor, is now available for Android devices

After finding a ton of success with iOS folks, Facetune is now available for Android devices in the Play Store. Facetune is an application that allows users to tune up and edit selfies. The app can work on your smile, skin, eyes, hair, facial structure, and makeup. Within these features, [Read More...]

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Lenovo announces Google Glass rival, push for collaboration

The main gadget highlight of Lenovo’s NBD launch (more on this below) was the Lenovo C1, a wearable camera-based eyewear device notably similar to Google Glass. This new wearable device will ostensibly be built under Lenovo’s NBD platform – which is, at its most basic – a call for collaboration [Read More...]

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Lenovo shows off their Google Glass knockoff

As smart glasses evolve, you can expect more manufacturers to jump in. Lenovo is one such company as they showed off their prototype, which looks a lot like Google Glass. The only difference is the battery resides at the user’s neck. The plan is for this prototype to become consumer [Read More...]

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Amazon Fire Phone proves difficult to repair in iFixit teardown

Amazon has packed a lot of cool new features into their Fire Phone, but apparently this has come at the cost of repairability. The fine folks over at iFixit have done their traditional teardown of Amazon’s first foray into smartphones and its not looking good, earning a repairability score of [Read More...]

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Moto 360 with ambient light sensor, first in Android Wear

Motorola’s Android Wear device, the Moto 360, is priming up to be the pick of the bunch. It has always been the more eye-catching one with its techno-traditional circular approach to Android wear, the only one as of now to pick this format. Now, from TechCrunch’s hands-on video we also [Read More...]

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Leaked photos of Motorola’s X+1 show wooden back, no MicroSD slot

Motorola’s current flagship, the Moto X, turns a year old in less than a month and Motorola seems plenty eager to get rid of their remaining stock, which generally means its time for a new flagship. We’ve been hearing all sorts of rumors about Motorola’s upcoming phone, the Moto X+1, [Read More...]

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Amazon Fire Phone iFixit teardown: unsurprisingly tedious

Now that the Fire Phone is officially out, it is, of course, time to give it the iFixit treatment. Amazon’s much-awaited first ever smartphone is filled to the brim, not with top of the line specs, but with fancy gimmicks and features that keep the device unique, if not entirely [Read More...]

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Gmail and Drive get more integration

The latest Gmail mobile app update has added some much-needed basic functions that are present in the desktop version. For starters, Google Drive is now more efficiently integrated with Gmail, so that you can directly insert files into an email on your mobile device. You can also discern whether or [Read More...]

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