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The New HTC One M8 Smartphone

HTC has revealed its HTC One M8 smartphone, the gorgeous, elegantly named and successor to last year’s original HTC One, and the best-selling phone in HTC’s history. Scott Croyle, who heads up design for HTC,  could have done better. In fact, three months before the…

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Apple may Launch iTunes for Android

In what may delight many Android users, Apple may launch streaming music service, iTunes App for Android users. Apple is looking to boost its lagging music sales by adding an on-demand streaming music service that would  compete with Spotify, Rdio and Beats Audio. According to…

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Interesting Facts about Google

Originally known as BackRub, Google was founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin in a friend’s garage while they were Ph.D. students at Stanford University. It has since grown to become the world’s biggest search engine, and the name Google has become synonymous with search….

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The Billboard that Produces Water out of Air

Finally, a Billboard That Creates Drinkable Water Out of Thin Air A new water-creating billboard in Peru helps tackle a serious problem — as well as projects a message of hope — in an area that’s long-faced water insecurity issues. A university and an ad…

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Nokia’s First Android Phone

There were rumours about this, and now the day has come where its a reality. Nokia just announced that’s it going to launch its first Android headsets: Nokia X, X+ and XL. I am a fan of Nokia. I mainly love it for its durability…

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Facebook’s new acquisition WhatsApp Down

WhatsApp experienced an outage for around 210 minutes today from 11 am to 2:30 pm. Users around the world reported that they were unable to send messages, and WhatsApp confirmed these problems at 12:16pm PST with a tweet stating “sorry we currently experiencing server issues. we hope…