Microsoft has today announced that it will be bringing its next-generation Xbox One gaming console to 26 more countries. This announcement came via their Major Nelson website where they said that they will have much more information to share at a local event slated to happen by the end of next month.
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NATO has publically announced that several of its websites were hacked and brought down by hackers. Our source tell us that it was done due to increasing tensions over Crimea region. According to Oana Lungescu, a spokeswoman for NATO, the cyber attacks commenced on Saturday and continued till Sunday.
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T-Mobile has announced on their anniversary of launching their LTE network that they will be converting fifty percent of their edge network to LTE by the end of 2014. The US network provider took big strides in 2013 and it now claims they now cover 210 million people in 273 different metro areas.
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Sony has released new MDR-ZX, MDR-EX models that are designed to be used for smartphones as-well-as music players like iPod and Walkman. It features 40mm drivers that ensure crisp sound over wide range and is capable of blocking 98 percent of ambient sound. There is a microphone built into it so that you can make and answer a call using headphone. Its built in battery can provide up to 13 hours of non-stop wireless music listening with noise cancellation on.
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Following the suits of Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T, the US Cellular will soon be announcing that it will be reducing the prices of data plans to make them more competitive for both existing and new customers.
This is not a promotional change, so if had a USD 40 monthly plan, you only had 300 MB of shared data but now you will have 1 gigabytes of data to play with. In other words, you will be able to enjoy three times bandwidth at no extra cost.
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When we make everything wireless, we also make it more accessible and prone to security breaches and intrusions. Samsung is now seeking to solve this problem when you are making connection with your printer with its new Cloud Print app. Cloud Print, a Samsung initiative is set to launch on Android platform in month of June. The iOS version will be launched shortly thereafter.
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Prices of Prime, a service started by Photography community website 500px have been revised. Now for USD 250, you can get royalty free license to use the original pictures offered on the site.
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We have seen traces of Samsung N5100 in the past few months and now, more details have surfaced about the upcoming Samsung phablet. We have received concrete words that N5100 will be called Galaxy Note 8.0 which will join company of N7000, N7100 and N8000 tablets.
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Rumors are brewing that the Samsung is working on a cheaper version of its Galaxy Note phone. This cheaper version, as expected is said to have a smaller 5 inch screen and less powerful hardware to keep the costs down. The smartphone will come with LCD display instead of Super AMOLED to bring the price further down.
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According to benchmark results leaked online, it seems that Samsung is working on a tablet with 7 inch screen. The leaked tablet, being called Samsung GT N5100 has a quad core 1.6GHz processor and runs Android 4.1.2. The resolution is 1280 x 720, which is identical to Galaxy Note 2 N7100. Check out Galaxy Note 8.0 flip case review and pictures.
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