Everything About Apple Watch

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Apple has unveiled its much talked about wearable device at the Flint Center. Termed as Apple Watch and not iWatch as speculated before, the watch comes with ample of features. It is square in shape and has straps available in multiple colours and patterns, including classic leather buckle, sport band, leather loop, and an easily adjustable stainless steel strap. The watch will come in two sizes and three distinct collections i.e. Watch, Watch Sport and Watch Edition. It also has a curved screen and a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal glass. Read More

iTunes App Store Now Has 1.3 Million Apps

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Apple has announced that the iTunes App Store now has 1.3 Million applications. In June 2014 and June 2013 the number of applications on the iTunes store was 1.2 Million and 900,000 respectively. This January, Apple announced that the customers have spent more than $10 Billion in 2013 on the iTunes App Store which includes $1 Billion spent on digital accessories for iOS devices in the month of December alone. Read More

Battle Riders For iOS — Combat Racing At Its Best

brIt’s not surprising that Flurry, an App analytics provider, revealed that for every 2 hours and 42 minutes spent on smartphone Apps, gaming leads with a stunning 32%. And Battle Riders is all set to raise this figure. From customized armored cars to powerful ammo, Battle Riders has left nothing to chance to give gamers the best combat racing action ever. Developed by Valentin Ciampuru, the App is simply a scintillating, high octane action game. Read More

Both iPhone 6 Models Expected To Launch On September 19

iphone655Almost all reports until now have talked about the launch of 4.7-inch iPhone 6 on September 19 and a delay in the launch of 5.5-inch iPhone 6 due to associated production difficulties. But iGen.fr report gives a surprising news which contradicts all the past rumours. According to it, Apple will launch the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 as well on September 19. The report also says Apple will not release too many 5.5-inch models and would keep a limited supply, though 4.7-inch is expected to be launched in a much higher quantity. Read More

Amazon Fire Phone Discounted To $0.99

firephoneAmazon’s take on an Android phone (well, sort of), the Fire Phone, previously priced at $650, has just been dropped all the way down to 99 cents, along with a contract of course. It will be available exclusively with AT&T if bought on contract and will set you back $18.75 a month for 2 years, totalling $450, still $200 cheaper than the device’s unlocked version. Considering you get a monthly AT&T package and a full year of Amazon Prime ($99) if bought before December 31st, it’s a great deal if this is a device you wanted to get. Read More

Moto 360 Pre-orders Begin At Verizon, AT&T. Get It Soon!

moto360Verizon has just started offering Motorola’s latest Moto 360 for pre-ordering. Costing $250 and available in black or grey leather straps, the Moto 360 will be shipping out on the 27th of October from Verizon. Not just Verizon, but AT&T will also soon be getting the device, though we have not been provided with any details on availability or pricing, just the promise of it eventually making its way to the carrier. Read More

Top 3 Email Apps For Android

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emailOne task that we perform very frequently on our devices is accessing our Email. And while Android devices typically come installed with the official Gmail App and/or a custom Email App made specifically for the device by the OEM, there are a lot of third party solutions out there on the Play Store that work just as well, if not better. After hours of testing multiple Apps and comparing features, we have selected our Top 3 third Party Email Apps for Android with detailed reviews of each of them, presented in no specific order:

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New Moto G Announced

motogMotorola has finally unveiled the successor to the Moto G, which was referred to as the ‘Moto G2‘ before its release. The device is now also available for purchase on the same day, currently in the US and the UK. The Moto G has remained similar to its predecessor in terms of ideology, a simple, mid-range device with decent specs, and a clean, stock Android experience, allowing for quicker updates and a better experience. Read More