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SMS Audio’s BioSport earbuds can track your heart rate

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Want a pair of headphones that pack a biometric optical sensor?

Then keep an eye out for the SMS Audio BioSport earbuds, which help to monitor your heart rate. Read more »

Xbox One preview members get new features ahead of time

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Happen to be an Xbox One preview member?

Well then you’re going to be in luck, because you’ll be getting a slew of new features before the rest of the gaming public. Read more »

Chrome will protect you from dodgy file downloads

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Google, the internet’s good guy, wants to protect you against download links that lie. And they’re training Chrome to do this with the company’s new Safe Browsing initiative.

Google wants to safeguard Chrome users “against additional kinds of deceptive software.” What kind of deceptive software? Read more »

Google outs a quartet of Android Wear commercials

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Google released four dedicated Android Wear ads. The commercials feature the LG G Watch, Samsung Gear Live, and the soon to be announced Moto 360.

The ads are centered on the ability of Android Wear to display relevant information to the user “at a glance.” Read more »

iPhone 6 motherboard allegedly photographed

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By now we’ve seen dozens of leaks regarding the upcoming iPhone 6, but here’s one more. The handset’s motherboard has apparently undergone a photo shoot somewhere in the wild.

This is claimed to be the first picture showing the actual final part for the new iPhone. Read more »

Acer refreshes the Iconia Tab A3, new look and Android 4.4 KitKat in tow

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Acer has apparently decided that its Iconia Tab A3 was in need of a revamp, and so the company worked on the A3-A20. This looks like it will succeed the previous model (A3-A10) in Acer’s portfolio.

In fact, it’s already been listed by Acer official sites in both Italy and Spain. And thanks to that, we get to know everything about it. Read more »

Testing the Samsung Galaxy Alpha display

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The Samsung Galaxy Alpha uses a 4.7″ Super AMOLED display with 720p resolution and 312ppi pixel density. That’s a first for a Samsung phone – the Galaxy S III was a 4.8″ 720p screen while the Galaxy S5 mini has a 4.5″ 720p screen, both close but not the same. A rumored Galaxy S5 Neo is expected to use Alpha’s screen.

Anyway, the latest generation of Super AMOLED boasts improved sunlight legibility and color accuracy along with reduced power usage. As usual viewing angles are stunning. Read more »

Install the special OnePlus One ROM on any Android that supports Cyanogen

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The OnePlus One flagship has been one of the most hyped-up flagships in recent months, part of the reason being the special version of the popular CyanogenMod Android ROM that it runs.

With OnePlus still struggling to meet the excessive demand for its new flagship, a clever Android dev has created a OnePlus One Conversion Kit that ports all of the extra OnePlus One features onto any device running CyanogenMod 11. These include the camera, Hexo theme, lockscreen and even the AudioFX app. Read more »

Infographic flaunts Nokia 130 battery life, other perks

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The Nokia 130 came as a bit of a surprise – a feature phone from Microsoft. Yet, the software giant is committed to promoting the product though and published an infographic detailing just how much a €19 phone can do.

A lot of the talking points center around the 130′s battery life. Microsoft also seems keen to continue the “next billion” initiative started by Nokia. Read more »

Razer announces BlackWidow Ultimate Chroma, DeathAdder Chroma and Kraken 7.1 Chroma

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Razer has announced a new series of peripherals called Chroma, which is essentially some of its existing products with a multi-color backlight option.

The first of the lot is the BlackWidow Ultimate Chroma, which is basically identical to the standard BlackWidow Ultimate, except for the backlighting. Whereas the BlackWidow Ultimate has a standard green backlight, the Chroma ups the ante with a multi-color backlight that can display the full RGB spectrum of colors, with 16.8 million possible combinations, if Razer is to be believed. Read more »

You can now ask follow up questions with Bing

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Although Bing’s far from being the king of the search engine roost, this hasn’t stopped Microsoft from adding features to try and lure users to use it to find what they’re looking for on the web.

The latest addition is giving users the ability to ask follow up questions in an attempt to narrow their searches even further. Read more »

You can order 3D-printed Infinity Blade III figurines straight from the game

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Dedicated fans of Infinity Blade III will surely appreciate this bit of news. Players of the popular iOS title can now design and order 3D-printed figurines of its characters straight from the game.

In order to take in-app purchasing to the next level, the game developers from Chair Entertainment partnered up with the software development company Sandboxr. Read more »

Wearables are now being used for Parkinson’s research

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The Michael J. Fox Foundation is now using wearables for Parkinson’s research.

Intel has joined forces with MJFF to gather statistics that will aid in monitoring Parkinson’s symptoms. Read more »

The latest Samsung Galaxy S5 marketing stunt highlights Ultra Power Saving Mode

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Samsung’s latest Galaxy S5 marketing stint in the United States is once again focused on the handset’s Ultra Power Saving Mode. The move appears to be an extension to the recent Galaxy S5 TV ad, which labeled iPhone users as wall huggers.

The campaign involves placing stickers around power outlets on three major airports in the United States, which carry the following message: Read more »

Guess is planning its own stylish smartwatch line

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It seems that everyone is getting in on the smartwatch game, including Guess.

The designer has teamed up with Martian Watches for a line of wearables. Read more »