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  • Review: OnePlus One

    Review: OnePlus One

    Among the deluge of this year’s smart phone, one product might have fallen under the common knowledg...

  • Gmail 5.0 APK overview

    Gmail 5.0 APK overview

      Last week saw the release of the production-signed Gmail 5.0 APK. The latest update for the u...

  • Dragon Age Keep Now In Open Beta

    Dragon Age Keep Now In Open Beta

    Dragon Age: Inquisition releases in just a few weeks on November 18th, 2014, and when Dragon Age: In...

Review: OnePlus One

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Among the deluge of this year’s smart phone, one product might have fallen under the common knowledge radar.  Chinese start up OnePlus has not yet been around one year, but back in late April 2014 they released their first smartphone, One (and yes, when you tell someone you own a OnePlus One, you will ironically receive the response ‘Two?’ with ... Read More »

Gmail 5.0 APK overview

GMAIL 5.0

  Last week saw the release of the production-signed Gmail 5.0 APK. The latest update for the upcoming Android Lollipop version of Gmail. The downloadable APK file can be found here, courtesy of AndroidPolice. The release has come as somewhat unexpectedly soon after the newly designed Gmail interface Inbox hit. Inbox being an invite only download that provided an alternative ... Read More »

Dragon Age Keep Now In Open Beta

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Dragon Age: Inquisition releases in just a few weeks on November 18th, 2014, and when Dragon Age: Inquisition was announced Bioware had a bit of a problem. Their save import system that had worked for Dragon Age II would no longer be effective, and had previously had importing issues and bugs that caused problems with previous games. Not only that, ... Read More »

Google Fit: Keeping Android Users Healthy

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With health issues such as obesity, heart disease, and other problems such as high cholesterol plaguing our society at epidemic levels over the past few years, fitness has become incredibly important to us as a society. This has become easier over the years with fitness apps for smartphones and tablets, as well as gadgets that enable us to track our ... Read More »

Taco Bell Mobile Ordering App is Out!

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Ever since last year Taco Bell has been hinting at a new implicated mobile ordering app that will allow you to order Taco Bell food items over your mobile phone. Starting on 10/28/2014, this app was released, allowing for you to order store specific items over your mobile device. This doesn’t come without its perks though, with this app you ... Read More »

Looking for the New Nexus 6

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There have been quite a few announcements in the world of Google this week. They have announced the new Nexus 6, made by Motorola, which is now expected to be available for pre-order in late October. As of now, it will be carried by all US carriers—which for some is a relief after news that the new Moto X would ... Read More »

Apple Reveals Apple Watch

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It’s all true.  Apple today launched the first new product category of the Tim Cook era, the Apple Watch, and took a giant cannonball into the pool of wearable computing. Rather than take an iPhone and shrink it to fit your wrist, Apple builds a new user experience from scratch. Read More »

Apple Announces iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

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Today Apple joined the big kids’ table. At an event at Flint Center for the Performing Arts , Apple revealed the next iterations of their flagship product, the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. The iPhone 6 will come with a 4.7-inch display, while the iPhone 6 Plus will have a 5.5-inch screen for “phablet” fans.  Read More »

Facebook Mobile feature is taking up too much data!

Facebook Mobile

Users of Facebook on both computers and mobile phones are aware of the frequent adaptations and developments being introduced. The latest of these features is for a video that a user posts to autoplay without any interaction from a user past scrolling to a point where the video is seen. A feature like this can very easily and very quickly ... Read More »

Dont like Facebook Messenger? Google does…

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Admist all of the craziness and backlash Facebook has received about making people split their time between two of their apps (and here’s my opinion on it) someone is paying attention. If seems that an alpha build of Google Hangouts was shown off on Caschys Blog showing off a ‘chat heads’ style for it.             ... Read More »