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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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VR headset for free with Doogee Y100X mid-ranger

Virtual reality is the new trend right now, as Google Cardboard, the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus are nearing their own commercial releases. Cardboard is already widely available and it’s the cheapest VR option out there, but if you want something more sophisticated and modern, we’ve spotted a …

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You Can Finally Run Android Apps on Mac

Are you a Mac user? Do you wish you had access to Android’s apps? Look no further, because Android emulator BlueStacks has finally made their software available for Mac users. Prior to this release, this software was strictly available for Windows (so far, the company has confirmed over 90 million …

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Microsoft Office now runs on Android phones

It has taken a long time, but Microsoft Office is finally available on Android phones. The Office apps have been available for Windows and IOS devices for sometime now, but this is the first time they have been available for Android phones. Office apps have been available on Android tablets …

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Blackberry May Use Android Software

It has recently come out that Blackberry may use Android software for it’s next phone. Rather than being stuck in the past, Blackberry hopes to reemerge back in the competition. At the Mobile World Congress, the company briefly showed off it’s new phone. While specs of it are unknown, it …

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Android M Supporting 4K Video

Before the release of the Android M, Android users were using third party software to pull out the 4K resolution on Android TVs. With Android M, Android users no longer have to worry as Google has established a native resolution for their Android devices. The website Android Police has noted this special …

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