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Mark Judge

Tech Editor with lots of experience with PC hardware components, iOS and Windows-based mobile devices, and love keeping myself up-to-date with any developments in the industry, which I make my job in sharing with you, our readers.

LG is giving away the LG V10 to U.S. fans

The LG V10 is one of the company’s most innovative launches in the past few years and a big competitor to Samung’s Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge. Popularity of the LG V10 isn’t tha widespread yet, but LG is going to change that by giving away three free …

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iOS 9.1 update release around the corner

Apple’s iOS 9 was launched when the company unveiled its new flagship smartphones for the year, the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus. Since the release in September, iOS 9 has been updated to iOS 9.0.2, with an expected iOS 9.1 update. While the new flagship phones aren’t really in …

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LG G Vista 2 with new stylus announced by AT&T

LG’s most popular phones are the LG G3 and LG G4, but that doesn’t mean the company doesn’t have a wide array of options out there. One interesting new addition to the company’s portfolio today is the LG G Vista 2, a contendor to the Note 5. The LG G …

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Samsung Galaxy S7 to feature revamped design, Force Touch

Samsung has probably already started production of its next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S7. While until now, we only heard about the company using Synaptics’ variant of Force Touch alongside a magnesium build. Today however press renders of a supposed Galaxy S7 design have surfaced and added to the rumor …

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Say goodbye to Chrome desktop notifications

Google introduced desktop notifications for Chrome this year, and while some find the feature useful, most deactivated the plugin because it was annoying and as usual with Chrome, slowed everything down. Chrome is well0known for hogging processing power and space, and the notifications system that Google implemented in the browser …

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J.P. Morgan and BlackBerry part ways due to cost cutting

BlackBerry is getting ready for the much-anticipated launch of the BlackBerry Priv sliding keyboard smartphone, the first of the company to run on Google’s Android operating system. While they get ready for that, John Chen keeps worrying about the future of the company’s smartphone division and has said that it …

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EA launches complex Minions Paradise game for Android

The Minions movie launched this year started a craze over the crazy, yet funny yellow characters in the movie. Once the cinematic creation started being showed in theatres, EA Games quickly announced that it would be making a game based on the movie, but moreso based on the adorable Minions …

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