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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.

Showtime releases cord cutting streaming subscription

Showtime is dabbling into cord cutter culture with its new updated Showtime app for Android. Content streaming has been evolving and getting more popular and it’s arrived at a point where it’s uncertain whether we even need cable providers anymore. Showtime has noticed the tendency of consumers to migrate towards …

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Microsoft Lumia 950 to feature Google Play Store

Good news on the Microsoft – Google front today: the two companies agreed to settle their patent differences pertaining to about 20 different patents in question and decided to be partners. With Microsoft gearing up for a massive launch of the Lumia 950, Lumia 950 XL, Surface Pro 4 and …

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Galaxy Note 6 to feature dual-camera setup

The Galaxy Note 5 isn’t even readily available, yet rumors about the Galaxy Note 6 and its camera have already emerged. According to a report from ETNews from Korea, Samsung is working on a dual-camera setup module that would let users take 3d photos and live photos, as well as …

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Asus agrees to serve Microsoft bloat on Android devices

After a long patent disagreement, Asus and Microsoft have arrived at an agreement. Microsoft and Asus signed a patent-licensing deal yesterday that would result in the Android smartphone maker including Microsoft Office software and productivity tools in their future devices. According to a report from ZDNet, Asus has agreed to …

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iFixit removed from iTunes after Apple TV teardown

iFixit is a favorite when it comes to teardowns and iOS users had a profound appreciation for all that the iFixit community has been doing for them over the years. Even though the iOS iFixit app was outdated and a bit cumbersome to use, iOS users appreciated the opportunity of …

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iPhone 7 design to feature curved flexible unibody

Apple fans are probably in the midst of unwrapping their new iPhone 6S or iPhone 6S Plus units, or maybe testing out the new Apple TV or music service. With all the excitement of the launch now dying down, rumors about yet another Apple-branded innovations are surfacing. Due to a …

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OnePlus Mini launch pegged for October

The OnePlus 2 is still on its way to become a flagship killer, with a new invite system in place. Until the flagship device of the Chinese startup reaches the popularity of its predecessor, we might see another player arise from the ashes, the OnePlus Mini. Rumors about the Mini …

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Moto 360 delayed due to technical difficulties

Motorola and Lenovo announced the reboot for last year’s successful wearable, the Moto 360, at the IFA Berlin conference this month. Since then, the company announced that the wearable would start shipping to customers by the end of the month. Apparently, the schedule for shipping has been delayed due to …

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