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Windows 10 Consumer Preview to be unveiled this January

The Verge reports that Microsoft will unveil the consumer preview of Windows 10 in the coming January. January is usually known for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). However, sources close to Microsoft claim that the software giant will have an event later on in the month to officially unveil consumer ...

iPad sales deteriorate as Android tablets rise

Alarm bells must be going off in Cupertino if everyone in charge at Apple is taking the latest IDC research really seriously. According to the new reports by the research firm, Apple’s dominance in the tablet market is falling as iPad sales continue to drop. In spite of the iPad’s slump, ...

Apple to discontinue iPhone 5C production in 2015

Apple’s experiment with plastic phones full of color hasn’t gone well with the company, investors and the Apple name. iPhone 5C, the product of that experiment, has not been spoken much about in a very long time. Now it turns out that Apple will completely discontinue the iPhone 5C in ...

Apple ditching Google as default search engine

Apple’s contract with Google is coming close to an end. In 2015, the iPhone smartphone maker will be free to mingle with other search engines and rumor has it that it is very possible Apple could be totally ditching Google as the default search engine for Safari. Currently, when you ...

You’ll get $550 if you trade in your iPhone for Blackberry Passport

In yet another move by Blackberry to stay relevant in today’s smartphone market, the company is now offering up-to $550 for every iPhone owner who trades in their iPhones for a Blackberry Passport. In the latest move, Blackberry is now taking on Apple, the company primarily responsible for Blackberry’s decline. The ...

Photographers angry with Yahoo over selling Flickr photos

Photographers have expressed their dissatisfaction with Yahoo’s move to sell supposedly free photos on Flickr. Several photographers who called The Wall Street Journal explained that some of the photos Yahoo was selling were not meant for sale and had been uploaded on the image website to be used for free. ...



The Galaxy S5 a disgrace to Samsung

Turns out that the Samsung Galaxy S5 isn’t what Samsung thought it to be. According to a report by The Wall Street Journal, the company’s 2014 flagship has performed way below expectations selling only 12 million units in the first 3 months. That is roughly 4 million lesser than the Galaxy ...

Yahoo buys photo app-maker Cooliris

Yahoo has acquired the popular photo startup, Cooliris, as the tech giant continues to focus on improving mobile experience. Cooliris, founded back in 2006 has built its own app that enables users to to browse photos from popular social networks like Facebook, and Flickr, and also from the cloud with ...