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Friday, December 19, 2014

Report : Samsung Galaxy S6 To Have Two Curved Edges

Posted by Rafay Ansar at Friday, December 19, 2014 0 Comments
Samsung Galaxy S6 to have two curved edges, better or more subtle curves.

The upcoming model of Samsung Galaxy series S6 will be made partially or entirely of metal that is something that's been rumored for couple of months.

A famous Italian site Samsung HD Blog agrees, saying that Samsung Galaxy S6 will have a unibody aluminum chassis. But even more interesting is the website's claim that the next Galaxy flagship - a Galaxy S6 edge or not a variant  -- will feature a new unique curved display.

According to the site, "The display on the upcoming smartphone (Samsung Galaxy S6) will be curved on both edges, much like an analyst predicted in the month of November, but not in the same way that Galaxy Not Edge is."

The Site Says, "The Samsung Galaxy S6's curves will reportedly be "different" from the Note Edge so that it will be easy to grip, That may means something better or more subtle curves,

According to reports, "The flagship will come in two variants, one with Exynos 7, and one with Snapdragon 810 chip, there are more speculations that both will be called The Samsung Galaxy S6 and both will be doubly curved.

The Italian website's information comes from what Google translate as "reliable sources."though this does seem to good to be true.

Again, we have been hearing this news that Samsung Galaxy S6 will be completely different. Hopefully we will find out at CES 2015.

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

OnePlus One Mini Images And Features Leaked Online

Posted by Rafay Ansar at Wednesday, December 17, 2014 0 Comments

New Leaked Online Images Of OnePlus OneMini.

OnePlus One is one of the best smartphone, made all the better by how affordable it is, but for some people's tastes a 5.5 inch is also a little too large, so news of a OnePlus One Mini is likely to be well received.

But do not get too excited just yet. Only two leaked images supposedly showing the smartphone have emerged and what is immediately obvious is that it is not all that mini. In fact, apparently it is 5-inch. This 5 inch smartphone can be more appealing for those OnePlus users those who don't like big inch screen.
New Leaked Online Images Of OnePlus OneMini.

The main difference between OnePlus and OnePlus One Mini is camera because OnePlus One Mini have a dual 8MP camera, while OnePlus One has a 13MP rare camera and 5MP front-facing camera.

The upcoming model runs on Android version 4.4.4. It also shares a same design, albeit seemingly with a slightly rougher text on the back cover.

According to the reports, OnePlus One Mini will cost around $242, so it should be as appealingly affordable as it is big brother. 

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Opera's Coast iOS Browser Gets Smarter, Faster And More Social

Posted by Rafay Ansar at Tuesday, December 16, 2014 0 Comments
Opera’s Coast browser gets Turbo feature, discovery and more.

The Norwegian famous browser firm Opera has released the version 4 of its Coast browser for iOS, adding the latest date-compressing turbo feature that is already in its other browser. This latest feature saves money on data usage and makes for faster browsing.

Opera Coast has come a long way since it is early days on the iPhone and it is about to get better. Not to be confused with Opera Mini, Opera Coast is mobile browser focused on better user interface, support multiple home screens and providing users quick access to their favorite websites which make it feel slightly just like a mini OS.

More than that, Opera Coast is getting a discover feature that easily finds stories related to the top you are searching for, while a newly added button lets you share those links with friends on Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp and Email. To round things up, Opera Coast is now user friendly with Apple's Continuity trait when browsing, allowing you to pick up right where you left off from any device, so long as you are on iOS 8 and have Handoff enabled feature.

Monday, December 15, 2014

Xbox One Finally Outsells The PlayStation 4

Posted by Rafay Ansar at Monday, December 15, 2014 0 Comments
Xbox One Finally Outsells The PS4 After Latest Price Cut.

According to GameSpot: "Microsoft's Xbox One finally outsells the Sony's PlayStation 4 to become the number one selling game console in the month of November in UK And USA".

This comes when Microsoft cut down the price of Xbox One by $50 to $349, a move that has yet to matched by Sony (the PS4 is $399).

Microsoft has been aggressively marketing and discounting the game console, and bundling it with a range of games as well as other products, in an attempt to win against rival PS4, which has beaten the Xbox One on sales in almost every month since they were released.

However, last time the Xbox One outsold against PlayStation 4 in Decemeber 2013.

"We are committed to making Xbox One the best play to play, with this year's best games, the best community of gamers to play with and terrific value, "Microsoft's VP of corporate marketing Mike Nichols, said in a statement to Gamespot. "We are amazed by the excitement fans of Xbox One have shown to start off this holiday. Month of November set a new record for sales of Xbox One and this game console is now the best-selling console in the UK and USA.

Microsoft also announce in the month of November the Xbox One had sold more than 10 million units.

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Yahoo Starts Prompting Opera, Internet Explorer Users To Switch To Firefox

Posted by Rafay Ansar at Sunday, December 14, 2014 0 Comments
Yahoo starts prompting Internet Explorer, Opera users to switch to Firefox
According to Tech Crunch report, Yahoo has started prompting its users to upgrade to the new version of Firefox by displaying a link on the top right corner of the browser window. The prompt appears on Opera, Internet Explorer, and even the new Yandex browser.

This move does not come as a surprise as Firfox now uses Yahoo as its default search engine and wants as many user's across the globe as possible to switch to the Mozilla browser.

Saturday, December 13, 2014

Facebook Unfriends Microsoft's Bing Search Tool

Posted by Rafay Ansar at Saturday, December 13, 2014 0 Comments
Facebook's updated search tool leaves out Bing results.

Social networking giant Facebook unfriend's Microsoft's bing search tool. According to Retuers, Facebook confirmed the move Friday.

Search is Vital for Facebook's 1.35 billion users across the globe as they attempt to locate all kinds of other information and can also find friends.

In the latest statement to VentureBeat, a spokesperson of Facebook said, "We are not currently showing web search results in Facebook search because we are focused on helping people find what is been shared with them on Facebook."But, "We continue to have a great partnership with Microsoft  in lots of different areas."

Microsoft spokesperson said to VentureBeat that, "Facebook recently changed its search engine to focus mainly on helping users tap into information that is been shared with them on Facebook versus a broader set of web results. We continue to partner with Facebook in many different areas." Spokesperson also noted that Facebook's move happened "a while ago."

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