Acer conducted a press conference today in New York City and made a number of announcements, the company unveiled some of its new products and also talked about one that’s likely to appeal to gamers. The company revealed that later this year it’s going to release an Android-powered Predator tablet, which will go nicely with its Predator gaming PCs. The tablet will also be geared towards gamers.

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Twitter today announced that it’s adding a new feature called Highlights to its Android application. The feature will provide a simple summary of the best Tweets for a user which will be delivered via “rich push notification.” The idea is to boost engagment from people who might not open the app as frequently because they find it hard to go through all of the tweets in the timeline. With Highlights they get a summary of the day’s tweets, and thus open the Twitter app at least once in a day.

Read full post →Highlights On Twitter For Android Will Summarize Tweets From The Entire Day


Over the past few months it has been rumored multiple times that Samsung is working on a new Gear smartwatch which will have a round design. The smartwatch is reportedly codenamed Orbis and while it was expected to be unveiled at MWC 2015, Samsung apparently decided against it because it wanted to take the extra time to deliver what it considers to be the perfect smartwatch. The company has confirmed today though that its next Gear smartwatch is going to have a round design.

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There are only a handful of OEMs that have developed set-top boxes that run Android TV. The first one was Google’s own Nexus Player. Razer is one OEM that came out with an Android TV set-top box, the Forge TV is already available for pre-order through Amazon. Now though it’s possible to pre-order the set-top box from Razer itself, the controller bundle is also available directly from the company.

Read full post →Forge TV Now Up For Pre-Order From Razer Itself


The Comcast Time Warner merger has got a lot of people concerned, regulators are that entirely open to the idea as well which is why it hasn’t been closed yet. Comcast has been working very hard recently to convince regulators to approve the $45 billion merger but if recent reports are true this might not happen. The FCC could effectively kill Comcast’s chances of merging with Time Warner.

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Next week LG is going to unveil its next-generation flagship smartphone but it’s not like we don’t know anything about it. Much has already become public knowledge courtesy of multiple leaks, there was even one that was seemingly LG’s own fault. Nevertheless there is a bit of new information today regarding this handset. Apparently there’s going to be a dual-SIM LG G4 which might only be released in select markets.

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When Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge last year it also launched a virtual reality headset called Gear VR. The headset uses the smartphone’s display to provide a virtual reality experience. In March when the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge were announced Samsung confirmed that an updated version of the Gear VR headset is going to be released for these two flagships. Starting tomorrow you can pre-order one.

Read full post →Gear VR Innovator Edition For Galaxy S6 Can Be Pre-Ordered From Tomorrow

motox-updateIt was not too long ago that we brought you word on how Motorola is currently testing out the Android 5.1 Lollipop update for their first generation Moto X smartphone. Having said that, it looks as though Motorola is more confident about this update release, which is why they have gone ahead to send out the update – at least this is what several users from all over the world has reported. It remains to be seen as to when Motorola intends to roll out this particular update to the US-variants of the first generation smartphone, but judging by the way things are going, it should not be too far off from the horizon.

Read full post →Android 5.1 Hits International First-Gen Moto X

golfboardSome of us claim that by playing golf, we are able to sneak in our fair bit of exercise. Well, if that is the case, then perhaps it is time one looks into the game of golf, and see whether there are other gadgets or gizmos available that will be able to help you along in your game – or at least, to make the game move at a faster pace. The $6,500 Golfboard is a most interesting contraption, that is for sure.

Read full post →Golfboard Looks Cool, Works Even Better

ipod-refreshIt does not look as though Apple is working on making their iPod range expand any further, as current trends do seem to offer fewer and fewer new iPod models, for the simple reason that a portable media player is out of fashion now, taking into consideration how a device like that of a smartphone will be able to get the job done – and then some. Well, one ought to take note that the iPod range did not see any significant changes to the lineup since three years ago, and this happens to be a long overdue situation that needs rectification. Word on the street has it that Apple will offer an update to a minimum of one model, although one might want to take this bit of news with a pinch of salt.

Read full post →iPod Range To Receive Refresh (Rumor)