Monthly Archives: October 2014

WSJ: Yes, HTC Nexus 9 (“Babel”) is Incoming:

Recently, Google has reportedly picked up HTC to try to “broaden the Android base” in the middle of the Samsung dominance. After disappointing the sales of the Flyer tablet in 2011, HTC’s executives have reported that they would not stop making Tablets until they found a pleasing reason to try it once again. While South Korea’s Samsung Electronics Comp., Ltd. ...

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Vizio 70″ P-Series Ultra HD Full-Array LED Smart TV:

This week in New York City, Vizio exposed the first close-up look at their newest line of 4K Ultra HD TVs, the P-Series. The special focus was given on the biggest model, the impressive 70″ P-Series Ultra HD Full-Array LED Smart TV. This is a very impressive set being sold at a very impressive price, making it clear that Vizio ...

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This App Fights Acne (it is Not Nearly as silly as it sounds):

Ray Bradford has all decided to change the way a patient intermingles with his doctor. And it is now starting with an iPhone app that lets you get prescription drugs for your acne. With Spruce, out today, Bradford’s taking a fresh approach to the strange emerging phenomenon known as telemedicine. The app doesn’t try to pipe appointments over video calls. ...

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The Vault of Glass and the Destiny, the Game:

A week right after Destiny came out in public, the gaming company Bungie released the Vault of Glass which is a free cooperative “raid” designed for six players. The Vault of Glass is fantastic. It is easily the most interesting, challenging, and rewarding thing Destiny has to offer. The Vault of Glass has a laughably high bar for entry. The ...

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SanDisk Ultra II

SanDisk and Toshiba seem to have revised their strategy, though, because their second generation 19nm TLC is already SSD-grade and the production of both MLC and TLC flavors of the 15nm node are ramping up as we speak. Maybe TLC is finally becoming a first class citizen in the modern tech world. This review will elaborate more about the state ...

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Windows Phones vs Android Phones

Smartphones have taken control over this generation and hardly there left a person on this planet who doesn’t own a smartphone. Smartphones are a touch screen device through which you can download several apps, browse internet smoothly, and receive email and other useful functions. When you’re in the market and you tend to buy a lavish smartphone, you need to ...

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Top Whatsapp tricks for iPhone, Android, Blackberry & Windows:

Whatsapp is a very popular messaging app which is used worldwide. It is the trendiest app for smart phones today and is very fashionable too. We all are having a smart phone owes Whatsapp installed in. Though there are many messaging app wandering in the market and competing with Whatsapp but here Whatsapp .is taking control over the market. Here ...

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Toshiba Chromebook 2

Toshiba has now eliminated netbook from its diary and has announced that they are soon going to launch the ever new Toshiba Chromebook 2. This 13 inch Chrome Operating Service Laptop is having a highly innovative and fresh design. It is said to be sharper, thinner, lighter and much more angular than the original Toshiba Chromebook. It has got a ...

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Sony Wooing Japanese to PS4 with Dragon Quest:

News Flash- Sony is now trying to allure Japanese game fans to the play station 4 home console that came out in existence in November in the US and Europe but did not arrive on the stores until February. Atsusi Morita who heads the Sony Computer Entertainment‘s Japan operations effective Monday, approved the momentum for the Play Station 4 in ...

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 Review:

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 is the new member of the recently announced tablet family by Samsung. This tab capitalizes on the world’s only 10.-inch Super AMOLED screen panel and plans to get on the top of the tablet hierarchy, currently which is dominated by the Apple iPad Air. Samsung, which is the best South Korean manufacturer, has thrown some ...

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