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Get a Now TV Sky Sports Pass for £10.99

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Want to watch all of your favorite sporting events on Sky TV, but are bummed out by the price tag for only 24 hours of access?

Well now, you’ll be able to get a Sky Sports Pass for for seven days and enjoy streaming your games all from your mobile device or tablet. Read more »

Meta M1 is a steam-punky premium smartwatch

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Meta used to be the king of the smartwatch roost back in the day, but they’ve been pretty quiet on the wearable front. That is, until now.

Meet the Meta M1, which goes on pre-order today. Read more »

Microsoft pulling the plug on old versions of IE

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So we reported recently that Microsoft would be updating its IE software to protect against older, malicious plug-in malware.

The catch was, the new updates would leave older versions of Internet Explorer left to fend for themselves. New info reveals that Microsoft is going to be pulling the plug on older versions of IE. Read more »

AMD will start producing Solid State Drives

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Looks like AMD won’t just be focusing on Graphics Cards and processors anymore.

The tech manufacturer will now start producing Solid State Drives. Read more »

College campuses allow for visual tours with Google Maps

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Thinking about checking out potential college campuses, but don’t have the time to see them in person?

Fret not, because Google’s got you covered. You can now take online tours of College Campuses right through Google Maps Street View. Read more »

Yelp for iOS will translate reviews for you

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Yelp’s great for finding new restaurants in strange cities, but what about foreign places where you don’t speak the native tongue?

Well have no fear, because the Yelp app for iOS will now automatically translate reviews in a language you’ll understand. Read more »

Internet Explorer beefs up its security against plug-ins

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Sure, your web browser might be secure, but the same cannot always be said for web plug-ins.

Well Microsoft has decided to do something about this security flaw, by adding greater protection against vulnerabilities found in browser plug-ins in Internet Explorer. Read more »

Facebook Messenger now supports Android Wear

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Looks like WhatsApp isn’t the only messaging service that’s supporting Android Wear.

Facebook’s recent update has brought some new features and compatibility to the smartwatch software. Read more »

You can pick up the Pebble in three new neon colors

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Don’t like neon? Then you won’t be a fan of the new color options Pebble is offering up for its smartwatch line.

If neon is most definitely your thing, then hit the jump to learn more about the limited edition run of the wearable. Read more »

WhatsApp on your wrist? Why not?

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You can already have an encyclopedia on your wrist, so why not a messaging service?

That’s at least the thinking behind the makers of WhatsApp, who have released their app for Android Wear. Read more »

Ask Ooloo is an app that gets real people to be your personal assistant

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Ok Google, Siri, Cortana; these personal assistants have been helping us with our search queries, appointment scheduling, and navigation needs on a daily basis. But what if we wanted our smartphone’s personal assistants to be a little more personal?

Enter Ask Ooloo, a mobile assistant application that gets your questions answered by an actual person. Read more »

Flappy Birds ‘Family’ flying to Fire TV

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The Flappy Bird story is one that still leaves lots of mobile users scratching their heads: the insanely popular game was quickly removed from mobile App stores due to the developer’s personal issues.

If you didn’t get a chance to download the game before it was taken offline then have no fear, because you’ll be able to play a new version of the title on Amazon’s Fire TV. Read more »

Flying Delta? You can now stream movies on your flight courtesy of the airline

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Long flights, delays on tarmacs, and travelling-by-air in general is a huge pain; keeping yourself occupied while your strapped in your seat is a tedious affair and having to load your devices with music and movies is SO 2009.

Well Delta has released Delta Studio, which is the airline’s attempt at providing more in-flight entertainment for its passengers. Read more »

Surface Pro 3 in core i3 and Core i7 flavors on their way to US and Canada

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When the Surface Pro 3 debuted, you were pretty much stuck with the Core i5 version of the device if you wanted to purchase one.

Well fret no more, as the Core i3 and i7 versions of the laptop/tablet/mobile computing device are on their way. Read more »

Meet HP’s premium smartwatch

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Smartwatches aren’t really known for being sexy, although this trend is starting to be corrected by the likes of the Moto 360 and the OnePlus One Watch.

Well it looks like HP is entering the smartwatch game, with a smartwatch that classes is up above all current offerings. Read more »