Samsung Galaxy S6 prototype photo has leaked, giving us a clear glimpse of the device’s front and back. More details, and photo can be found right here past the jump.

Here are all the details you need to know about iOS 8.1.3 update for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch. This includes details regarding jailbreak, bug fixes, amount of space it takes up and more.

Although iOS, Android and Windows Phone all compete in the ongoing battle of the mobile platforms, it still makes sense for each of their respective vendors to create and maintain apps that serve a wider audience beyond their own ecosystems. Sure, Apple’s only charitable donation to the Play Store and Windows Phone Store is the inherited Beats Music at this point, but Microsoft is a lot more generous in this regard, and adding to a fleet of utilities already available at the App and Google Play Stores, the software giant has just dropped an official Outlook app for both iOS and Android, which is actually a rebranded and toned up Acompli app that it acquired back in December of last year. Full details, as well as those all-important download links, can be seen after the leap.

Here’s how you can use Siri and find out to whom the lost iPhone in question belongs to. More details on how this works can be found right here.

While Apple is posting record quarters and selling iPhones hand over fist, major competitor and formerly the largest smartphone maker in the world Samsung has posted its own earnings for the October through December time period. Unfortunately for Korean firm’s shareholders though, things aren’t looking quite so rosy for the makers of the Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4.

Here’s how you can stream and play your favorite PC games on an Android smartphone and tablet the easy way. For more details, head past the jump.

It has finally happened; YouTube has officially dropped Flash support in favor of HTML5 for its Web player as the default tech. A long time coming indeed, we take a closer look at the details right after the break.

The Polaroid camera may be extinct, but lately the trend has begun reappearing though, with considerably newer digital tech. One French startup is looking into launching a smartphone compatible Polaroid-styled printer, which also doubles up as a rather bulky phone case. Head on after the jump for further details on the product.

In a rush of achievement that many analysts had been predicting for some time now, Apple has risen to the top in China as the leading smartphone vendor in the gargantuan market.

Another round of leaks for the upcoming HTC One M9 and the HTC One M9 Plus smartphones have just emerged. With the One M9 set to be the front-runner for HTC and its One series of phones, the device continues to be elusive as to how it looks. Well, Evleaks, the guy responsible for leaking photos of numerous unreleased phones has suddenly reappeared out of the blue and has images to share of what could be the two of HTC’s soon-to-be flagship phones. More on this development, right after the jump.

Here are the top 6 super clever uses or things you can do with your spare old iPhone which you might have lying around. For more details, head past the jump.

Things are moving rather swiftly as far as Apple Pay is concerned. Announced in September and launched one month later, the contactless system has rolled out across numerous outlets, with a number of banks and retailers having jumped on the bandwagon, and now, more than 200,000 amenities such as vending machines, kiosks and parking pay stations will be joining the party.

The Pushbullet app, which has been around for Android users for quite a while, has gained full support for iPhone, iPad, and is now also available for Mac and Safari. Head on over after the jump for more on this release.

The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus may only be a few months old, but already, the tech world has begun speculating on what’s next. It’s not uncommon for this to be the case, particularly in the smartphone industry, and in fact, talk of the “iPhone 6s” or “iPhone 7″ has been prevalent since the arrival of the latest models way back in September. Given that we’re now approaching the halfway point of the iPhone 6′s shelf life, it actually makes sense to assess where Apple may next take its prized asset, and one designer has pulled together some renders that have us hoping that the Cupertino company is watching.

Apple’s impressive past few months in business was made clear for all to see at yesterday’s earnings call, and while confirming the passing of the one billion mark in terms of iOS devices sold, CEO Tim Cook also dished some specific details on iPhone sales. With almost 74.5 million iPhone units shifted over the holiday quarter, Cook also told of how the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus prompted the highest number of Android switchers for three years, while also adding that the latest models have prompted record numbers of new iPhone customers – those who’ve never previously owned an Apple smartphone in the past.

Here’s how to downgrade iOS 8.1.3 to iOS 8.1.2 on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and use TaiG, Pangu8 or PP to jailbreak your device. Complete details and step-by-step guide can be found right here.

iOS 8.1.3 vs iOS 8.1.2 speed and performance compared on video. More details and comparison video can be found right here after the jump.

Before Apple’s earnings call tonight, we knew that the company was going to come through with the big numbers. The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus sold in monumentally high volumes during those first few weeks and months on sale, and the rampant shipments have certainly hindered rivals such as Samsung. Amid the fanfare, the Mac maker has also revealed that since 2007, it has shifted one billion iOS devices, which is a phenomenal achievement and shows the continued strength of the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch line up.

If you’ve been looking for some good new music to listen to then Blake Shelton’s latest album “Bringing Back The Sunshine” is now available absolutely free to download. Head on over the jump for further information on this sweet deal.

As the Apple earnings call trundled along nicely, CEO Tim Cook made an almost throwaway comment that is actually rather big: the Apple Watch is on course for an April release.

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