Google Leaks Ads, Hints At Nexus 6 And 9

nexus 6Google has apparently accidentally ‘leaked’ three video ads, advertising and hinting at their long rumored upcoming Nexus 6 device. The videos were all short and had different Android characters, with the theme revolving around the phrase ‘Be there together, not the same’, claiming that there was a device for everybody. These were originally discovered by Christian Kolocho, and while they have since then been removed, you can obviously find them on the internet, namely on YouTube. Read More

Hyper Cat For Android — Crazy Cats On The Loose (Review)

hyper catHow sharp are your reflexes? If you think you’re are up for a challenge, then gear up for Hyper Cat for Android. Indeed, the name says it all. The game is all about crazy, hyper cats out for bird feathers as they run wildly and dodge branches on a tree. Developed by CyclePlay, the retro style game is compelling. In fact, nothing puts your reflexes to test like this exciting and addictive game. Read More

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How Apple Pay Will Work At McDonald’s

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After the launch of new products on October 16th, Apple will officially launch the new payment service, Apple Pay, that utilises phones NFC and Touch ID for security on October 18th. Apple has also started the training of its store employees and partners on how the service would work. It has partnered with a few retailers and restaurants which will support Apple Pay service when it’s launched. One such partner is McDonald’s that will have the service available for both dine-in and drive-through. 9to5Mac has sourced the information on how the service would work at McDonald’s drive-through. Read More

Leaked Image Shows A8X Chip And 2GB RAM In iPad Air 2

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With Apple’s next event only two days away, apple.Club.tw has published an image of the logic board that it claims to be of iPad Air 2. The image shows an A8X processor chip and gives a closer look at the 2GB RAM. As rumoured before, the logic board shows an Elpida memory supplied RAM. The picture of the RAM is not very clear but if zoomed-in further some letters can be read that indicate a 2GB RAM. Read More

Apple Pay Training Starts For Retail Employees And Partners

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Apple Pay, a new mobile payment service by Apple, for iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch that utilises the phone’s NFC and Touch ID sensor is about to launch soon. To have a smooth launch for the service Apple has started the Apple Pay training program for its retail store employees and retail partners. 9to5Mac has sourced the training material from a reliable source that gives the detailed information about Apple Pay, setting it up and transaction processes at both ends, i.e. customer iPhones and in Apple retail stores. Read More

Pixel Boat Rush For iOS — Combat Boat Racing In High Seas (Review)

pixel boat rushAs the name suggests, Pixel Boat Rush is an arcade, combat and boat racing game developed by XperimentalZ Games. The game embraces pixel art graphics and looks quite simple at first, but wait until you experience its magnificence as you outrun your rivals in loads of challenging race events set in high seas. The game’s high speed and armoured racing boats, retro pixel art graphics, and awesome soundtracks are simply top of the class! Read More

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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