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Windows Phone 10 leaks shows new homescreen

Published by on Jan 19th, 2015, No Comments

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Alongside the new Windows 10 operating system, Microsoft is launching their new software for smartphones. We’re not yet exactly sure what it will be called yet (the rumoured names are either Windows Phone 10 or Windows 10 for phones), but a leak allegedly shows off the homescreen of the new software. (more…)

Google Translate can now translate in real time through your camera

Published by on Jan 16th, 2015, No Comments

Translate apps are cool right? With recent updates and innovations these apps are becoming more and more useful by the day. Long gone are the early days of typing in the words you want translated, you can now speak them. But what if you need a quick translation of an information board without you having to type in whole sentences or try to speak that particular foreign language? Well Google has enabled real-time translation with its latest update to Google Translate. (more…)

Samsung reportedly in talks to purchase BlackBerry

Published by on Jan 16th, 2015, No Comments

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According to a new report, Samsung has approached BlackBerry for a potential takeover worth as much as $7.5 billion.

The news from Reuters, citing unnamed sources: (more…)

iMac concept inspired by the Macs of yesteryear

Published by on Jan 15th, 2015, No Comments

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The iMac is undoubtedly one of Apple’s more aesthetically pleasing computers. The beautiful, clean lines, big, crystal clear display and the impossibly sleek design is enough to make any tech junkie weak at the knees.

That is why it is so strange to think that the iMac we know today evolved from the first ever Macintosh computer – yes, that big, bulky, box-like computer.

However, in a bit of a past-meets-future scene, a group of designers from Curved Labs have come up with a new conceptual iMac design that that throws it all the way back. It is Throwback Thursday after all. (more…)

Adobe Lightroom photo editing comes to Android

Published by on Jan 15th, 2015, No Comments

Lightroom2Long gone is the idea of only editing your photos once you get home to your desktop PC or forking out wads of cash for a powerful laptop. Professional mobile photo editing is an essential tool to professionals and even enthusiasts. Last year Adobe brought a version of its Lightroom photo-editing software to the iPad enabling on-the-go editing without pulling out the old PC or laptop. Now a version of the app is ready for Android devices and it brings all of the key features from the iOS version to those handsets running Google’s mobile OS. (more…)

Is Apple taking on GoPro?

Published by on Jan 14th, 2015, 2 Comments

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GoPro might have some serious competition in the very near future. And by serious we mean really serious, as their competition could be coming from the biggest company in the world; Apple.

And just what is it that Apple is planning on tackling next? Action cameras of course. And it’s just there were the headache for GoPro is sure to start.

As of yesterday, Apple are now the owners of a patent for a ‘remote controlled action camera’, which, according to various sources will be in direct competition with GoPro’s flagship Hero cameras.  (more…)

Sony might sell their mobile business

Published by on Jan 14th, 2015, 5 Comments

Sony-no-QuadBusiness isn’t looking too good at Sony right now. The company’s own forecasts show that they will make a 230 billion yen (R 22.65 billion) net loss for the financial year ending in March. Even though the PlayStation 4 is selling by the truckload, difficulties in other divisions are putting strain on the bottom line of the Japanese tech giant. After selling its Vaio laptop business to Japan Industrial Partners last year, the company is reportedly considering future offloads of other businesses. (more…)

Samsung Galaxy S6’s TouchWiz to be much sleeker

Published by on Jan 14th, 2015, 1 Comment

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We can’t express how happy we are to hear this news. If you have followed us for some time or read our reviews about Samsung products, the overall feeling can be summarised as ‘a good device with bad software.’ We have been calling for Samsung to make changes to TouchWiz for years, and it seems like we may finally be granted our wish. (more…)

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