Pictures of the new, unreleased pair of Motorola's next generation of smartwatches have surfaced via a fan page, +hellomotoHK. The image shows a direct comparison between the first gen Moto 360 and the unreleased Moto 360S, which is supposed to be the smaller sized companion to the Moto 360L.
An unofficial "Sony Georgia" account has revealed info on 3 upcoming Xperia Flagship models. Putting some weight behind this rumor is notable leaker Evleaks, who claims that it fits well with what he hears. The new rumors reveal info on an Sony Xperia Z5 (5.2" FHD), an Xperia Z5 Compact (4.6" HD) and an Xperia Z5 Premium (5.5" 4k UltraHD).
YouTube's competitor to twitch is now live. Simply dubbed "YouTube Gaming," you can follow the link below to the Play Store and install the APK. The application itself allows you to view live streams as well as follow certain games. Will any of you be switching from Twitch to Google's offering?
9to5Google attempts to explain the recent StylusGate caused by inserting the S Pen of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 backwards. In essence, the S Pen detection relies on two separate levers which tend to get jammed and break when the button end of the pen is inserted in and removed with force. Follow the source for a clearer look!
The rollout of Cyanogen OS 12.1 based on Android 5.1.1 had begun for the users of OnePlus One devices, and it was made available as an incremental OTA (zip) for those on a prior Cyanogen OS build. However, the update has been halted due to various bugs. We recommend all users to wait until the revised update shows up as this one is very unstable.
With an exclusive partnership with Snapdeal, one of India's e-commerce giants, the Meizu MX5 is available for purchase for a price of Rs 19,999 ($300). The MX5 features a Mediatek Helio X10 2.2GHz pcta-core processor, along with 3GB RAM and 16GB Internal storage. The phone also features 20.7 MP / 5 MP cameras, as well as dual-4G SIM card slots.
A new video is touring enthusiast circles, and it shows something that many had been waiting for: a Blackberry device, QWERTY and all, running Android. We've seen leaks of the Passport running Lollipop earlier this year and heard plenty about the Blackberry Venice, but now we have a video of the upcoming mix in action. Follow the link and give it a look (demo starts at around 5 minutes).
Early Cortana leaks have been floating around the Forums since late last month, but now the official beta test of Microsoft's voice assistant is open to all. Opt into the program via this link if you're interested; no Google+ Community required.
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