Microsoft Band fitness tracker device for $199


The Microsoft Band will launch in Microsoft stores and online Today, October 30, for $199. As was rumored, the band features an elongated display that can track sleep, exercise and display notifications from your smartphone. The Microsoft Band is definitely … Continue reading

Android 5.0 Lollipop Release Date confirmed for Asus ZenFone Smartphones next year

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Taiwanese giant Asus has confirmed that the timeline of Android Lollipop OS update release to Zenfone series smartphones. The Nexus 7 maker has revealed that the Google’s latest mobile OS update ( Android 5.0 Lollipop) roll out process will begin … Continue reading

YouTube To Offer A Paid, Ad-Free Subscriptions

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YouTube, the video-streaming service owned by Google (GOOG), is exploring whether to offer paid subscriptions that would let users watch content without advertising. “YouTube right now is ad-supported, which is great because it has enabled us to scale to a … Continue reading

Sony release remote play app on the play store


Sony has been updating its Android gaming software suite lately. The PlayStation App has received a couple of new features and Sony’s PS4 Remote Play service, which allows users to stream PS4 games wirelessly to their smartphone or tablet, has … Continue reading

‘World’s Slimmest Smartphone’ Launched


Oppo has also introduced the newest entrant in its R series – Oppo R5. Like all phones in the R series, the Oppo R5 is extremely thin at just 4.85 mm. This easily makes it the thinnest smartphone yet – … Continue reading

Google developing pill that can detect cancer


Google is already in our cars, our homes and on our wrists, but now it could soon be inside our bodies too. Google X developing digestible pill that contains nanotechnology that works alongside wearable device to spot early signs of … Continue reading

The World Wide Web Consortium Finally recommends HTML5


The HTML5 standard is now officially being recommended by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the international standards organization for the World Wide Web. The HTML5 standard has been around for years and powers many of your favorite sites. As … Continue reading

Facebook’s third quarter 2014 result shows it has 1.35 billion users


The social media giant Facebook dropped its third quarter 2014 results today, which includes a mighty impressive monthly active user base of 1.35 billion. That’s the roughly the same population of China the country with the highest population on the … Continue reading

Free one-minute international calls on Google Hangouts through 2014


If you are a person, normally makes a lot of short calls overseas, there is a good news for you. Google had started offering the first minute of Hangouts calls to 25 countries at no charge. It only lasts through … Continue reading

Microsoft Announces Unlimited OneDrive Storage for Office 365 Subscribers


Microsoft has now announced it is blowing the roof off OneDrive storage limits for Office 365 subscribers. The move comes as a surprise to many as the company just recently upped its limits to 1TB for subscribers and doubled its … Continue reading