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Bloomberg: large-screen iPad will not enter production until September

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According to a report in Bloomberg, Apple’s previously rumored 12.9” iPad won’t enter production until September. Past reports suggested that the full-size slate will launch as early as Q2 this year.

The Cupertino giant allegedly planned to begin manufacturing the tablet during this quarter. Read more »

Titan X is the most advanced GPU from NVIDIA to date

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NVIDIA showcased the ultra high-end Titan X graphics card during a press event in San Francisco. The company’s CEO boasted that the newcomer is “the most advanced GPU the world has ever seen.”

Titan X is built using NVIDIA’s Maxwell architecture. Read more »

Sony Playstation 4 sales reach 20 million units

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Sony announced that it sold more than 20 million Playstation 4 units as of March 1 (20.2 million to be more precise). The hefty number indicates units in customers’ hands, not ones that have been shipped to retailers.

Unsurprisingly, Sony Playstation 4 marks the fastest growth in the history of the gaming franchise. Read more »

Project Morpheus VR headset by Sony is coming in 2016

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The Project Morpheus VR headset for PlayStation 4 by Sony will launch in the first half of 2016. The Japanese tech giant unveiled a new prototype of the device today during the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.

Sony first unveiled Project Morpheus last year. Read more »

Pebble Time becomes the most funded Kickstarter to date

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Pebble Time is now the most funded Kickstarter project to date. With over $14 million from backers, the smartwatch topped the previous champion Coolest Cooler by a cool million (the original Pebble is number three on the list).

The impressive feat was achieved only a week after the Pebble Time project kicked off. Read more »

Android TV update will transform your phone into a gamepad

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You will soon be able to use your Android smartphone as an Android TV controller. An update to Google’s TV platform will allow the sweet functionality.

The search giant is about to launch an update to Google Play services, which will bring a Nearby Connections API. Read more »

Mortal Kombat X for mobile devices is coming in April

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Warner Bros Interactive announced that it will launch Mortal Kombat X for mobile devices. The latest installment of the legendary fighting game will land on iOS and Android in April.

Developed by NetherRealm Studios, the mobile version of Mortal Kombat X will mix fighting with card collecting. Read more »

Mophie unveils Juice Pack battery case for Samsung Galaxy S6

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The mobile accessories powerhouse mophie took the wraps off a battery pack case for Samsung Galaxy S6. The case will also be available for Galaxy S6 edge.

Mophie’s Juice Pack for the Samsung Galaxy S6 family features 3,300mAh battery. Read more »

PowerVR G6020 is a GPU for ultra-affordable smartphones

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Imagination Technologies announced the PowerVR G6020 GPU. The component is developed with ultra-affordable, sub-$100 smartphones in mind.

The 28nm PowerVR G6020 is OpenGL ES 3.0 capable. Read more »

SanDisk outs a flash drive with USB Type-C connector

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That 200GB microSD card isn’t the only new product revealed by SanDisk today. The memory powerhouse announced its first-ever USB flash drive with Type C connector.

The new memory solution features Type C connector on one side and USB 3.0 on the other. Read more »

The first Samsung Galaxy S6 & Galaxy S6 edge promo video focuses on design

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Samsung released the first promo video for the freshly launched Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge. The minute-long clip focuses on the design of the power couple.

The Korean giant’s new design language is a massive step forward for the Samsung Galaxy S family. Read more »

Samsung outs 128GB UFS 2.0 flash memory for smartphones

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Samsung announced the industry’s first 128GB UFS 2.0 flash memory for smartphones. The Korean giant’s ultra-fast memory has already entered mass production.

UFS memory features “Command Queue” tech used in SSDs for accelerating the speed of command execution. Read more »

Google launches Android for Work program

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Google announced Android for Work device program. The initiative will allow Android users to utilize the same device for business and personal use by making the search giant’s mobile OS secure and easily manageable.

The new platform unsurprisingly works best with Android 5.0 Lollipop devices due to the platform’s built-in support for work profiles. Read more »

Google will offer Inbox by Gmail to business customers

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Google’s innovative Inbox by Gmail will soon be available to business customers. Next month, The search giant will begin offering the solution to a “small group Google Apps customers.”

Administrators of Google Apps for Work will need to apply for an invitation to the program. Read more »

Motorola Nexus 6 becomes officially available on Amazon

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Amazon is the latest major retailer to officially begin offering Motorola Nexus 6. Previously, the high-end phablet was available only through third-party sellers on the online megastore at a higher price.

For the time being, you can order only the 32GB version of the handset directly from Amazon. Read more »