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Month: October 2017

Galaxy S4 news: Images Of Prototype Leak, Floating Touch Feature Rumoured

Galaxy S4 price and features rumours continue to grow as new images of the prototype of the device were leaked by a Chinese blog

Galaxy S4 Release Event To See The Launch Galaxy S4 Mini And Galaxy Watch?

Samsung Galaxy S4 release event is speculated to be the platform for the release of two other devices. The South Korean company might release S4 mini and a watch

Facebook Home Debuts On HTC First, To Be Available For Download From April 12

Facebook Home was announced by Mark Zuckerberg in collaboration with HTC First smartphone. The overlay will be available on other Android devices from April 12

Cheaper iPhone Rumours Suggest 4.5-inch Device With Polycarbonate Body

Cheaper iPhone rumours are flaring in the market with sources suggesting that Apple will use polycarbonate in making the body of the next 4.5-inch iPhone

Budget iPhone Release Rumours Grow as Leaked Image Surfaces

Cheaper/ budget iPhone release rumours reached a new height as a leaked image of a purported plastic shell of the device surfaced on the web.

Apple’s iPhone 5 Screen to be Made Thinner

Apple Inc’s iPhone 5 is all set to sport a thinner screen after bringing a front-facing high-definition camera and a new processor from the A5 range.

Twitter Music Application To Be Launched At Coachella Music Festival?

Twitter music app could make its way to the public during this weekend at Coachella, though the micro-blogging website has not yet confirmed the service

Mac OS X Mountain Lion Update at £13.99 for UK

The latest version of Apple’s Mac OS X, Mountain Lion, for the MacBook, Mac Mini and iMac computers will cost £13.99 in the UK, available on App Store today.

Last.fm Confirms Password Security Breach

A password security breach on Thursday affected millions of Last.fm users according to computer security experts.

Facebook January 15 Event Invite Initiates Speculations

Facebook sent invites for a press event on January 15 at its Menlo Park headquarters which read, ‘Come and see what we’re building’