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Since late last year, rumors of an upcoming iPhone have begun to take hold, with speculation only intensifying over the last few weeks and months. New pictures of the iPhone 5S motherboard have found their way onto the World Wide Web, leaving us to speculate whether these are real or just a quick Photoshop job.

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Since last year, Google Glass has taken the tech world abuzz as the next big innovation in mobile technology. These glasses, when worn, allow users to carry out tasks that are currently only possible on smartphones, all through an augmented reality layer placed on the user’s eyesight. If you have been wondering how this technology actually works under the hood, a German artist has put together an infographic that clearly illustrated the inner workings of this new futuristic device.

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For many Mac users, using Windows is a necessity, for running Windows apps and playing games that are unavailable for OS X. The recent release of the OS X 10.8.3 update introduced official support for Windows 8 in Boot Camp, meaning that it is now possible to dual-boot both operating systems on any Mac running OS X. And we have a complete guide on how to install Windows 8 on a Mac running OS X 10.8.3, check it out after the jump.

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Rumors of a “Facebook Phone” have been making rounds in the rumor mill for years, with many believing that there is a gap in the market waiting to be filled for a strong social media-powered smartphone. And today, HTC took the wraps off their HTC First Android powered smartphone which will come laced with Facebook Home right out of the box. We got all the details right after the break.

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Way before smartphones became popular, users spent most of their time using applications on their computers, with some web browsing on the side. Despite the growth of the Web over the last few years, it turns out that the habits of users are still much the same: choosing locally installed apps over websites. This is even true on smartphones, according to a study performed by an American market research company. More details can be found after the jump.

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Back in August of 2011, the author of the well-known Android custom ROM – CyanogenMod – joined Samsung in order to improve the company’s fortunes with the Android operating system, which back in the day only occupied a small niche in the market. He has now revealed that after nearly two years, he’s a free man once again. What could he be up to next?

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Since the release of Windows 8 last year, Microsoft has not stopped the development of Windows for a second. More evidence of an upcoming version of Windows, code named “Blue”, have emerged as a new build has leaked onto the Web. While the release looks overall similar to Windows 8, there have been quite a few changes that are worthy of note.

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For the longest of time, we have known that Sony has been preparing a new console launch, which was finally confirmed when the company held an event in New York City late last month showing off the technical aspects of the upcoming PlayStation 4. It has not, however, shown off the new hardware design, leaving many to speculate what the next console may look like. A new artist-created render shows off just what might be in store for the next PlayStation.

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Most smartphone users really turn to their device’s home screens as a way to get to their everyday tasks done. Many have attempted to change the way we get to these tasks over the years, and now there is another alternative home screen in town: Chameleon Launcher for Android phones, which has just hit the Play Store, after being massively popular on Android tablets.

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All users of Android, and definitely most readers of this website, are likely familiar with Google Play Store, Android’s online directory that connects users with a vast library of Google-approved third-party content, ranging from music and video to third-party apps and e-books. If a newly leaked video today is any indication, Google is getting ready for a major refresh for Google Play, with enhanced features and a much-improved design.

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The final build of iOS 6.1.3 has made its way to the end-users, with bug fixes and improvements over the prior release. Those who are more interested on customizing their devices by jailbreaking, then there’s both good and bad news. Apple has patched Evasi0n untethered jailbreak exploits for iPhone 5 and other newer devices, as confirmed by the company here. So if you accidently updated to 6.1.3, there is no way for you to untether-jailbreak your device. For never devices, there is no option to downgrade to older firmware either. But if you happen to have A4 powered iOS device, you can tether jailbreak iOS 6.1.3, full details after the jump.

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Most smartphone users, regardless of the operating system they’ve grown accustomed to, have likely heard of WhatsApp, a cross-platform online messaging service. The app’s increased popularity has led its developers to move it to a yearly subscription model, and now this change will make its way to the iOS flavor of WhatsApp by the end of the year, WhatsApp CEO Jan Koum has revealed.

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