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iPhone 6 QHD Leak Said to be Legitimate, No More Retina...

Earlier this month Taiwanese actor / professional race car driver known as Jimmy Lin posted an image of himself on Chinese social networking site holding what he said is a beta model of the new iPhone 6 next to the current iPhone 5S, the same device which he also revealed last year in a similar manner. According to a source who has cited “Apple employees” from Hong Kong, have revealed that the device Lin was showing is the real deal and will come with QHD display.

Game of Thrones is Still the Most Pirated TV Show

Now this is a familiar headline, HBO's hit TV Series, Game of Thrones, has once again been crowned the coveted title of the most torrented TV Series of 2015 - the fourth year in a row the series has been "awarded" the title.
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Oppo Announces Mirror 5s

The device was officially announced this week in Taiwan and features a lot of the specs that were leaked at the end of last month.
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Microsoft’s HoloLens Isn’t Looking too Promising.

Microsoft's HoloLens has wowed all of us when demonstrated on-stage at various events, but what we're yet to experience is what it's actually like to wear the augmented reality headset, but a number of new reports is giving us some insight, and it's not looking too promising.
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The Huawei Ascend G6 Will Come in an Array of Colours...

This past week we've seen a myriad of leaks come out of the Twitter account of the one and only @evleaks, most of which have been on HTC's latest handset, but steering off from HTC for a second @evleaks released the above image of what he's saying is the Huawei Ascend G6, the successor of the Huawei Ascend P6, in all its colourful glory.

Twitter and Soundcloud, Will They, Won’t They?

Earlier this week rumours began to circulate suggesting that Twitter was mulling over plans to purchase music sharing service SoundCloud following it's failed attempt at launching a similar service, Twitter Music, some time ago. In a tale of "will they, won't they" it seems that Twitter's plans have now migrated to the south to never be seen again, so what's exactly happening?
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Samsung Chromebook Review

For the past year or so I've been glued almost daily to our desktop PC both for gaming and writing on the site. For a while I've felt that I needed something more portable, something that would bring me out of the stuffy man-cave that is our home office, but buying a laptop felt pointless as everything I'd use it for would essentially render the PC useless well, except for gaming. So I put off the idea for a while, that was until I was having a nosey at the Chromebook whilst in Currys.

Apparently much like the Apple section, the Google section, which is home to the Nexus 7 tablet and various models of Chromebook, has it's own Google rep. After a lengthy talk with the guy I almost immediately fell in love with the Chromebook. Here's why.

Facebook slowly gets #hashtag support.

The humble '#' has come a long way since 2007. A symbol that was originally known as a hash symbol or a pound sign is now being used as an ubiquitous way to categorise Tweets as well as the occasional use off the internet as a way to sum up a feeling - much to peoples disliking. It seems that the rumour of Facebook getting the hashtag categorisation feature started to become available to certain people on Wednesday.

Alcatel OneTouch PIXI Phone Lets you Choose Between Three OS’s

What's being described as an OS-agnostic smartphone, Alcatel OneTouch have pre-announced their newest PIXI phone that lets you choose between Android, Windows Phone, and Firefox OS.
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Facebook to Crush Game Requests into Oblivion

"If this is the top thing that people care about, then we'll prioritize that and we'll do it."
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Intel Predicts Moore’s Law will Apply Down to 7nm Chips

Moore's Law first came into place way back in 1965 when Intel's very own co-founder, Gordon E. Moore, said "the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit doubles approximately every two years," since then chip makers have been intent on sticking to this law making chips smaller and smaller, and Intel predicts that the law will continue all the way down to 7nm chips.

Google Now Allows Anyone on Google+ to Email Your Gmail Account,...

In another attempt to get everyone ever using Google+, Google have now enabled a new feature that allows anyone who has a Google+ account send an email to Gmail users without needing to know their Gmail email address first. That's right, if you have Gmail, anyone who has a Google+ account can email you.

Oculus Rift priced at £499, Avaiable March

At long last, you'll be able to get your hands on the Oculus Rift. But it won't be cheap.

Tinder has a Shitfit on Twitter over Vanity Fair Article

Tinder is probably best known for being an app where single people can meet and hook up if they so wish in probably the most degrading way, by swiping one way for people you like, and the other for people you don't. But Tinder says it's not a hookup app, and in response to an article in Vanity Fair last week, whoever's behind the Tinder twitter, needs to take a second to calm down.

Google Chromecast Review, A Tiny Device with Big Possibilities.

Google's Chromecast has been available for some time now in both North America and the UK but I've only recently, over the past couple of months, taken the plunge and purchased Google's £30 HDMI dongle for myself. I'm pretty new to the set-top-box party and in I come with something that couldn't quite be considered as such, but what I use it for is more than suitable. Google's Chromecast is a streaming device which requires you to think differently, much like Google's Chromebooks and hopefully in this review I'll help you understand what I mean.

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