Microsoft Releases ‘Analog Keyboard’ For Android Wear

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Microsoft has just released a keyboard for Android Wear devices, but instead of the usual design this ‘Analog Keyboard’, as they’re calling it, will let you draw characters on your screen which will then be converted into text. For now, this keyboard only supports square displays with a 320×320 resolution, as well as the Moto 360′s round display. Read More

Nexus 9 Up For Pre-orders Next Week [RUMOR]

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According to Bright Side of News, their ‘reliable sources’ claim that the upcoming Nexus tablet, the Nexus 9, will be available for pre-order on the same day it is announced, which they believe is the 15th of October, instead of the widely rumored 16th:

Our sources are confirming that the HTC Nexus 9, which we had originally reported thanks to Nvidia’s own legal documents, will indeed be landing this month,” the report reads. Pricing is expected to start at $399, and the device will reportedly launch on November 3, when you’ll be able to get it from Google Play and “most major retailers.

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Galaxy Note 4 On Sale In The US On Amazon

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Three versions of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 have just made their way into Amazon; however, since the device isn’t yet out in the US officially, these are being offered by third-party sellers. The Note 4 is being sold in three colours, each differently priced: Black at $855; White at $869; and the Gold version at $905. The devices also ship without any form of warranty, so if you run into any issues, it’ll come out of your pocket. Read More

Apple Retains Its Position As The World’s Most Valuable Company

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Consulting firm, Interband, has released its 2014 ranking for world’s most valuable company and Apple has retained its top position in the list. The list has 100 companies out of which the first, second, fourth, fifth and seventh positions have gone to technology companies. At number two is Google, fourth is IBM, fifth is Microsoft, and seventh is Samsung. Read More

2GB Elpida RAM In iPad Air 2

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GeekBar, a third-party Apple Service provider, has shared an image of iPad Air RAM on Chinese site Weibo. The image shows a 2GB Elpida RAM module which was of 1GB in the first-gen iPad Air. Apple had until now limited the RAM of iPad devices to only 1 GB, which was most probably to control the price of the device and preserve the battery life. But with the launch of iOS 8 and soon an iPad Air 2, Apple wants to upgrade to give the best performance on the device. Read More

Apple Sends Invitations For October 16 Event

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Apple has sent out the invitations for the October 16 event. The event, as rumoured before, will be held in the Apple Campus’s Town Hall at 10am. Apple had launched iPhone 5S and 5C at the same venue last year. Apple will be unveiling its new products during the event: iPad Air 2, iPad Mini, Retina iMac and OS X Yosemite. Read More

Google Launches News And Weather App On App Store

App StoreGoogle has recently launched another great News and Weather App in App Stores around the world. The App not only gives information, like headlines stories, local news, and weather, but it also personalises the view according to user settings. Users can adjust the layout with any of 60 country-specific editions and also select top stories, sports etc. The App claims to pick up data from more than 65,000 publications. Read More

Why Tim Cook Said Development Of Apple Watch Took Three Years

apple watchIn his interview with Charlie Rose, Tim Cook spoke about something that Apple generally doesn’t speak on media platforms. According to John Gruber, Apple avoids discussions or statements on product development process as it doesn’t want the competition to know about Apple’s development cycle. But Tim Cook did speak about the time taken for the development of Apple Watch as he said, “We had an intense team working on this for three years”. Read More