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HTC One E9+ phablet quietly launches in China; Release Date, Specs and Features

March 30, 2015 | 1

HTC Corporation has been going through a transformation of the sorts, over the course of the last several weeks. The company announced that they would be giving the reigns to a new CEO and that the company needed something new … Read More

YouTube’s Experimental 4K Videos at 60fps and Ultra-Crushing Playback on Today’s PCs

March 30, 2015 |

YouTube is once again experimenting with, and pushing 4K videos on their platform. While 4K was originally introduced earlier this year, in February, the company now has added a short playlists of videos which feature 4K quality, along with running … Read More

Pebble Time by Numbers: $20 million in funds, 78K backers, 95K preorders

March 30, 2015 |

Pebble Time had yet another successful round of funding come from their Kickstarter campaign, which totaled a massive $20 million. The startup has been one of the most popular and successful ventures, which has ever been run through Kickstarter, and … Read More

ICYMI: Windows 10 build 10041 to Slow ring, Support for Lumia series, Project Spartan, Android apps

March 29, 2015 |

Another intense week has ended with a series of updates in the tech sphere. Microsoft has been really busy with its Windows 10 Tech Preview for phones with specific projects like tweaking the OS to support Lumia series, Spartan browser, … Read More

Apple co-founder ‘Woz’ worries about the future of Artificial Intelligence too

March 29, 2015 | 1

Steve Wozniak is certainly not the first to speak out against artificial intelligence. However, it’s worth noting that the Apple co-founder is considered amongst a growing list of pioneers in the tech world who fear artificial intelligence and the impact … Read More

Sony rolls out PlayStation 4 Update (Yukimura) v2.50 with some Samurai features

March 29, 2015 |

Sony PlayStation 4 has finally received a notable update. For some time now, rumors had swirled about the existence of an update that was being worked on by the brainpower at Sony. It was codenamed “Yukimura” and would bring some … Read More

Slack admits 500,000 users data hacked in Feb, encourages two-factor authentication

March 29, 2015 |

Slack Technologies is something companies all over the United States have come to rely on for in-house communication. The service, prides itself on workplace communication and chatting, has announced that they have undergone an extensive hack that has left millions … Read More

Microsoft acquires LiveLoop to reinvent Office productivity on the Web

March 28, 2015 |

Microsoft has officially acquired the productivity startup LiveLoop. The acquisition will help with making their overall product more interactive, and give users the ability to collaborate more easily with Office products. That means for LiveLoop, expanding on the technology that … Read More