Back in 2007 most of us were just getting used to the first ever iPhone device, and all the ways it was pioneering the industry. However, Steve Jobs was already thinking two steps ahead, on a different paradigm shifter – the Face ID feature. The mastermind at Apple, Jobs hated logins and passwords and knew […]

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Having an iPad Air 2 or not?

January 15th 2016, 11:02 by Razvan Dubau
Ipad Air 2 - MultiTasking

Most of you probably asked yourself  if it’s worth to buy a tablet for your personal use. Well, this depends on what your needs are and what you expect from that device to do. Also the brand and the operating system can do a difference. If you have only Android devices in your home, I […]

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How to stream audio from iOS or Windows to Raspberry Pi

January 10th 2016, 17:46 by Razvan Dubau
Shairport appearing into iOS Airplay list

Few months ago I was searching on internet about how to stream every audio from my laptop, to my Raspberry Pi which was connected to my home speakers. Why? I just wanted to listen Youtube from my laptop directly on speakers, without any jack cable connected to it (wirelessly). So, after few days of searching, […]

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This has been the largest-scale patent lawsuit in history, between probably the biggest smartphone manufacturers in the world. The Samsung vs. Apple saga has now finally come to an end, with Judge Lucy Koh awarding Apple just under $930 million in damages. The good news for Samsung is that the request to ban the infringing […]

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It started off in 2013 as a random game, and no one could have imagined it would be at the center of an online craze. We’re talking about Flappy Bird, which has become one of the most popular titles in both the App Store and Android Play Store, responsible for millions of downloads. The man […]

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What we have here is a graphical rundown of the top four smartphone platforms and their respective app stores, stripped of all secrets and stacked against each other to see which one excels in which department.     There are a number of interesting highlights being revealed, such as the fact that Android’s Play Store […]

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Smartphone users were able to remotely wipe their data for quite some time now, but a new US Federal law which is being proposed plans to take thing to the next level. If passed, the proposal called the Smartphone Theft Prevention Act will make the technology mandatory on all new cell phones, and even takes […]

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Although it’s rather early to be talking about the next iPhone generation, we have a solid tip from one of our Chinese sources, and decided to share it with the rest of you. It seems that the successor of the iPhone 5s will support an enhanced camera, as well as improved filters over the current […]

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If you’re not sentimentally involved in the Android vs. iOS battle, you might wanna’ know that the official Google Play Movies & TV app is now available for Apple iOS devices. You can get it as a free download in the App Store, and it might represent a decent alternative to whatever similar app you’re […]

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Google pays $3.2 billion in cash for Nest Labs

January 14th 2014, 9:51 by Christian

In a rather surprising move, Google stepped up and paid a huge amount of money for designer and manufacturer of home products Nest Labs. The search engine thus continues its recent string of acquisitions, but this time, pays a hefty price – $3.2 billion. Nest Labs was founded by two former Apple executives and brings […]

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