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BlackBerry manages to keep Ryan Seacrest’s Typo from taking off.

BlackBerry limited just won a court order barring Ryan’s typo product from selling, after convincing a judge that Typo is probably infringing its patents. William Orrick, a US Judge in San Francisco said in the ruling that BlackBerry is likely to prevail on its infringement claims, and that Typo didn’t ...

Facebook aims to launch drones, with the aim of lowering net cost.

Facebook is in the works of yet another ambitious project, this time aiming to connect the two-thirds of the world that has no net access. The ambitious part is how they plan to do it, with drones, satellites and lasers apparently. The move was announced on social media by founder ...



The HTC One (M8): the best ‘One’ yet.

Well, despite the constant stream of leaks that revealed almost all the juicy parts of the new HTC One (M8) over the past few weeks leading up to the actual release, the new device still manages to keep me on the edge of my seat, blowing my colleagues and I ...

Google’s efforts to keep Glass haters at bay.

It’s no secret that Google Glass has been on the receiving end of some intense criticism. The wearable gadget that hasn’t hit the market or gotten an official release date, but still managing to stir up some contentious discussions for over a year now is at it again, last Thursday ...

Apple launches a cheaper 8GB iPhone 5C

Apple just added another version of the iPhone to its lineup, the 8GB iPhone 5C. Currently its only available from the UK carrier O2 and priced somewhere between $83-$166. More on the same, it features an 8-megapixel camera, a 4-inch retina display and Apple’s A6 processor. The rumors started on ...


Anti-Google Glass Attack in San Francisco bar

Sara Slocum, social media consultant, claims that she was attacked in a local bar this weekend for using Google Glass. On her Facebook, Slocum says that she was physically and verbally assaulted by bar patrons who also heckled at her for using the device. To add to this, she is ...

Opera max now has an Android data saving plan.

Last Sunday, Opera Software launched a version of Max that integrates with its Android app to cut data usage by compressing video, photos, and text. The Norwegian browser company’s open beta app will be available to anyone in the US and in Western Europe, with the rest of the world ...