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Update to Gmail for Android brings new functionality, improvements

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Gmail for Android received a major update. The new version of the popular email client brings new functionality and improvements based on feedback from users.

The new version of the application allows users all their recent conversations with a contact by tapping on its avatar. Read more »

Android 5.1.1 factory image for HTC Nexus 9 (Wi-Fi) goes live

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Google posted an Android 5.1.1 Lollipop factory image for HTC Nexus 9 (Wi-Fi). The firmware sports version number LMY47X.

The LTE-capable Nexus 9 is yet to receive the Android 5.1.1 treatment. Read more »

Apple Watch hack enables it to run a web browser

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It looks like the Apple Watch can run a web browser if you hack it. The crafty developer Comex has enabled the feature after tinkering with Cupertino’s wearable device.

As you can imagine, browsing the worldwide web on the tiny screen of the Apple Watch is an exercise in frustration. Read more »

This is Samsung Gear Live booting Apple Macintosh II OS like a boss

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Samsung Gear Live is a smartwatch of many talents. In addition to booting Microsoft Windows 95 with no hiccups, the Korean giant’s first Android Wear device can also run Apple Macintosh II OS straight from 1987.

Just like in the case of Redmond’s mid-90s OS marvel, the Gear Live runs Macintosh II via an emulator. Read more »

Samsung outs two new memory card lineups – EVO Plus and PRO Plus

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Samsung added two new lineups of memory cards to its already vast portfolio in the segment. Available in SD and MicroSD guise, the EVO Plus and the PRO Plus cards are designed with high-end smartphones and cameras, capable of capturing and handling 4K video.

Samsung’s PRO Plus cards are the more capable ones from the bunch. Read more »

Iron Man-themed Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge are coming

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Samsung has Iron Man-themed versions of Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge coming our way. According to The Korea Times, the special edition smartphones are expected to launch as early as this month.

The head of marketing at Samsung Mobile confirmed the arrival of the new Galaxy S6 and S6 edge variants. Read more »

Revamped Reserve Strap utilizes a hidden port of the Apple Watch

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Remember the Reserve Strap charging band for Apple Watch? The yet to be launched accessory received a major redesign, which ditches the magnetic inducing charging setup of the first model.

The revamped Reserve Strap will take advantage of a hidden 6-pin port in Cupertino’s smartwatch. Read more »

Microsoft acquired the tech behind the Surface Pro 3 digital pen

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Microsoft acquired the technology behind the digital pen that’s available for Surface 3 and Surface Pro 3. The solution was developed by the Israel-based company N-trig Ltd.

Earlier this year, it was reported that the Redmond giant tried to acquire N-trig Ltd. entirely. Read more »

New Samsung Galaxy S6 edge promo focuses on its craftsmanship

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Samsung released another promo video of the brand new Galaxy S6 edge flagship. The Korean giant’s latest marketing stint is focused on the craftsmanship of the smartphone.

The materials used in the making of Samsung Galaxy S6 edge include metal frame made of 6013 aluminum and rear casing with nano-thin multi-coating process that shows off the device’s color. Read more »

Action-packed Samsung promo highlights the Avengers Experience at the Oculus Store

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Samsung released a second installment of its Avenger-themed Galaxy S6 edge promo video. Once again, the new clip features sports stars Lionel Messi, Eddie Lacy, Fabian Cancellara.

The new installment brings the Oculus-powered virtual reality experience that the devices are capable of delivering via an optional headset. Read more »

New Microsoft Windows 10 preview build goes live with a host of improvements

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Hot on the heels of today’s Build keynote, Microsoft launched a new Windows 10 preview. Sporting build number 10074, the new release brings a host of improvements, headed by the reintroduction of some Aero Glass elements in the UI.

Windows 10 preview build 10074 changelog includes UX, Continuum, and multi-tasking improvements. Read more »

Google Now integration arrives for 70 more Android apps

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Google Now support is now available for 70 more Android applications. The search giant rolled out deep integration with third-party apps to the already mighty personal assistant back in January.

The newly integrated applications include popular news outlets, various offering for foodies, and fitness apps among others. Read more »

LG Watch Urbane arrives in the Google Store

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As promised, the Android Wear-toting LG Watch Urbane smartwatch made its way to the Google Store in the United States. Earlier today, the wearable device became available to order in the United Kingdom via the online retailer Clove.

LG’s high-end smartwatch is priced at $349 and will leave the warehouse by May 8. Read more »

Evutec Karbon SI case for iPhone 6 review

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The Karbon SI is the toughest case for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus by Evutec. The cover is the rugged sibling to the Evutec Karbon S I reviewed back in February.

Evutec makes smartphone and tablet cases using advanced composite materials. The philosophy of the California-based company is to bring high tech and ecology together into into its products. Read more »

Google made it easy to send directions to your Android phone from your desktop

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You can now easily send directions from your desktop to your Android smartphone. Google added the nifty functionality to its desktop search.

Activating the feature is as easy as it gets. Read more »