Microsoft’s Spartan Web browser for Windows 10 build 10049 is now available to download. More on Project Spartan, and details on where to download it from can be found right here.



Apple is now accepting non-iOS devices as a part of its Reuse and Recycling Program, and the facility is available to those residing in the United States, Canada, and several European countries as well. Head over the jump to learn more about the expansion of this program which now covers various Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone devices.



The first alleged 4-inch iPhone 6c photos have been leaked. There have been rumors about the 4-inch iPhone going around the Web since after the launch of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, but lately the device’s existence has been sketchy at best. The new photos however seem to suggest otherwise, so head over the jump for more on this news.



Ah, the iPad Pro. It’s an enigma that has continued to elude us for many a year, and like Apple’s supposed connected TV effort, has yet to materialize. When something is rumored ad infinitum but is scarcely leaked, as is the case with the higher-end iPad Pro, it does draw a fair bit of skepticism, but with the likes of Microsoft and Samsung having come through large-screened slates dripping with power, it seems reasonable that Apple will follow suit at some stage. Here, another dummy leak throws up the rather interesting theory that the device could include a secondary Lighting / USB-C port on the side of the body, which would, ironically, exceed the solitary connection point of the new 12-inch Retina MacBook.



The Apple Watch Sport, without beating around the bush, is the bog-standard, entry-level model that will arrive at the cheapest price when it debuts on April 24th. Given that it costs less than the rest of the pack – some of which comfortably reach the tens of thousands if you’re looking at the Watch Edition range – it’s likely to sell in the highest volume, but if you want to grab the Sport variant, you can always spice it with a nicer looking band. The image below illustrates how the Watch and Watch Sport will likely appear when changed up with various different band configurations.



Samsung Galaxy S6 vs Galaxy S5: official specs comparison sheet compares both devices head to head. More details and chart can be found after the break.



Here’s a features and specs comparison of Samsung Galaxy S6 vs Galaxy Note 4. More details and comparison chart can be found right here after the break.



Microsoft has revealed release date of Halo 5: Guardians for Xbox One, along with a duo of live-action trailers. More details on the matter can be found right here.



Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge durability test videos – drop and water submersion – have started to appear online. You can watch them right here.



WhatsApp for iPhone update with voice calling feature gets a release time-frame, and will be available to download very soon. More details on the news can be found here.



As excitement builds around the ever approaching Apple Watch launch in less than a month, the date for pre-orders is even closer, with April 10th marking the day when people will be able to stake their claim for an Apple Watch both online and in-store. The experience of doing so in an Apple retail outlet will largely be the same as we might expect, but given the unique nature of the watch itself, there will be some key additions to the customer journey, with Apple seeking to make the experience as similar to buying a watch at a jewellers as possible.



It’s already fairly clear that 4K video isn’t going to see the same rate of adoption as HD did a few years ago, but that isn’t stopping Google from forging ahead by adding improved 4K support to YouTube.



If you’ve been eyeing up a particular Apple Watch and band then you better have chosen a pair that is officially sanctioned by Apple, according to iMore. In a new report the blog claims that the only Apple Watch and band combinations that will be available come launch day will be the official pairings as shown in the Apple Store previews.



iPhone user? This hack enables WhatsApp Web Client use for iPhone quickly and easily. For more details, head past the jump.



Updated: You can now download the latest Google Play Store APK 5.3.6 which brings with it a bunch of changes and bug fixes that users have been facing for quite a while. Check the full details below.



The stock iPhone Camera app is one of the best around, but even with all the improvements that it has had over the years since the original iPhone put in an appearance, it’s still missing one or two features that we would like to see.



The Internet lit up yesterday when it was announced that developer Erik Roystan Ross had posted a playable version of Super Mario 64 that he had built using the Unity engine. By creating the first level of the famous Mario game, he was showcasing his new Unity tool called ‘Super Character Controller’ which makes it easier to create character animation. Turns out it’s good enough to make whole Mario levels, which has to be a good sign.



The weekend is here, and many devs are offering their paid iOS and Mac apps for free over at the App Store and Mac App Store, respectively. We have handpicked the best ones out of the lot and they are all immediately available for download, but for a limited period of time. For the complete rundown, head past the break.



With iOS 8.2 users fervently waiting for a jailbreak, it was expected that TaiG would be revealing its jailbreak tool this Friday at the Mobile Security Summit, but that hasn’t happened. TaiG has made an announcement on its current progress after some momentary silence, so head over the jump for more on that.



The Pangu Team, which has thus far been responsible for a number of untethered jailbreaks across iOS 7 and 8, has finally broken its silence towards the constant public vilification and criticism by certain corners of the mobile security industry by posting an open and soul-bearing letter to its public facing website. The in-depth blog post has been given the title “Jailbreak Should not Tolerate Regional Discrimination,” and tackles many of the important issues that the team has been continually vilified for since entering the often controversial world of iOS jailbreaking.



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