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The New Version of Android No One is Using

According to the latest Android developer stats,  Android version 5.0, Lollipop, is installed on so few devices that it fails to even register on the charts. That is, it’s running on fewer than 0.1% of handsets. While the biggest competitor to Android, Apple, does releases its operating systems on its ...

April Fools’ Day Technology Pranks

Tech companies are very innovative when it comes to a day like this. Here are some of the funniest tech April Fools’ Day jokes from around the Web: Twitter Helmet announced: Twitter joined in on the fun by announcing the Twitter Helmet, a wearable device that allows users to tweet by performing a ...

The best iPhone 6 concept you’ve never seen.

Designed by Sahanan Yogarasa exclusively for ConceptsiPhone, this could be the best iPhone 6 concept going around. It may not represent what Apple has in store for us when the iPhone 6 is released, but it’s quite a terrific design. If only Apple knew! This concept shows 5-inch Dual Screen ...



Facebook’s plan to control the internet

Mark Zuckerberg may have surprised everyone at the pace in which his start-up and college project dubbed Facebook has grown. It was once a social network that connected only a few students in Harvard, but today, it’s the biggest social network with over 1 billion users all over the world. ...

Kenguru, an electric car for wheelchair users

Kenguru is an electric car designed by an Austin based company. It has no seats. You are to drive it by using motorcycle-like handlebars. No seats, now what? You get into the car with the wheelchair through the rear. The car is designed in a way that makes it easy ...

Techpurge’s Best of CES 2014

This year’s Consumer Electronic Show was one of the best, hailing titles such as the Post-PC era, as well as the Wearable Devices Era. Microsoft was one of the big companies to have missed this year’s show, but nonetheless, CES 2014 went down in history as one of the very ...

2014 will see a $13 Billion drop in Technology spending

At the annual Consumer Electronics Show, the trade group that organizes the annual event indicated that 2013 will see a drop in spending on technology products. According to Steve Koenig, the director of industry analysis at the Consumer Electronics Association, there will be a significant drop in 2014 to $1.06 trillion, ...