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An Apple and iOS enthusiast, iOS app developer and general technology enthusiast. Developer of multiple Enterprise apps for Medical, Legal, Financial Investments and Print on Demand sectors. Amateur bodybuilder.


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Worldwide iPhone 6 prices list. Here’s how much Apple’s iPhone 6 costs in 27 different countries worldwide in the year 2016.

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At it’s I/O 2016 conference, Google has announced that it will be bringing Google Play Store and Android apps to the Chrome OS. It will be detailing the project to developers at a session to be held today at the conference.

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Uber has finally released the first official photo of its self-driving car after nearly a year of testing in Pittsburgh. This is what it looks like.

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Netflix has just launched Fast, a simple Internet speed test tool that shows you if your ISP is throttling streaming. Here’s how it works.

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A new Touch ID rule in iOS 9 asks for a passcode after 8 hours of inactivity and the passcode not being used in the last six days. Here’s what you need to know.

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Google has announced Android Wear 2.0 for smartwatches and wearables. Here are all the new features in one single place, along with a video demo showing them all in action.

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Like a plethora of other companies and newly founded startups, Google is using its vast resources to dive two feet first into the world of virtual reality. The Alphabet-owned company has used the opening keynote of its I/O 2016 conference in Mountain View to introduce Daydream, a virtual reality platform that leverages the power and versatility of Android N as the underlying operating system. In its purest form, Daydream is a much more advanced successor to Cardboard, Google’s budget virtual reality technology that has allowed many more people to get involved in the world of virtual reality.

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The goodies just keep on coming out of this year’s Google I/O conference. Developers and technology aficionados will get to spend the rest of the week meeting Google engineers and dropping in on a variety of workshops designed to introduce the future of technology. However, the opening keynote is generally the place where the magic happens, and yet again it hasn’t disappointed with the introduction of Google Allo and Google Duo, two new apps coming to iOS and Android this summer.

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Google has used the opening keynote of its I/O 2016 conference to announce two new offerings. The Alphabet-owned company has introduced its own Siri/Cortana/Alexa-like personal digital assistant called Google Assistant, as well as an Amazon Echo rival called Google Home. Google CEO Sundar Pichai described the underlying technology within Google Assistant as a “conversational assistant”, whereas Mario Queiroz – VP of product management at Google – claims that the Home will come equipped with “strong bass and clear highs” that should eclipse the performance of the Amazon Echo from a musical enjoyment perspective.

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With Microsoft selling the Nokia brand, the Finnish company has announced its grand return back to mobile market with Android phones and tablets. Here are the details.

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This iPhone 7 Plus prototype render video shows three major feature changes that are coming to Apple’s next flagship smartphone this year.

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It appears that not only does iTunes 12.4 bring speed improvements, but fixes the infamous music deletion bug as well. Here are the details.

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BitTorrent has today announced a new multichannel TV application that acts as the company’s own unique take on the live television experience. The multichannel video streaming application – called BitTorrent Live – will initially introduce shows and coverage spanning five key areas: news, sports, technology, youth culture, and music, and will launch on the Apple’s fourth-generation Apple TV platform in the first instance this week. In addition to offering immediate support for the tvOS App Store and Apple TV, the company has plans of grandeur to bring the BitTorrent Live experience to additional platforms later in the year.

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A newly surfaced report has provided a small amount of insight into the potential supply chain of LTE chips intended for use within Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7. According to the recently published report, Intel will be responsible for the provision of up to 50-percent of the faster LTE chips that will be packed into the iPhone 7, which is due to be revealed later this year. The report is currently unconfirmed, but does tie in rather nicely with recent speculation about the potential for Qualcomm to lose one of its biggest accounts to a rival company.

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Apple has officially announced that its new stunning retail presence in San Francisco will open its doors on May 21 at 10 a.m. Pacific Time. The retail arm of Apple’s operations has been working tirelessly behind the scenes to get the store ready to be presented to the public, with Apple now finding itself in a position to welcome footfall into the new Union Square store. Of course, when you welcome in the new, it ultimately means that the old has to make way, meaning that the San Francisco populous can now prepare to say goodbye to the existing Apple Store at Stockton Street.

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Lenovo / Motorola has made Moto G4, Moto G4 Plus, and Moto G4 Play official. Here are specs, price and release date info on all the three phones.

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Looking to fix error 56 after updating to iOS 9.3.2 on the 9.7-inch iPad Pro? Here’s what you need to know about this bricking issue.

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We’ve hit the mid-point of the month. For some, this time of the month represents an opportunity to treat themselves with a technology-based purchase. Thankfully, we not only have a load of excellent products to choose from today, but also a number of price reductions that means you simply don’t need to pay full price. We have the recently released 2016 Roku Streaming Stick, the bang-for-the-buck Moto X Pure Edition, and some excellent deals on Xbox One and Xbox One games including Rise of the Tomb Raider, Quantum Break, and Halo 5: Guardians.

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Alleged leaked photos of the iPhone 7 show Apple’s next flagship smartphone with a mysterious hole on the back right next to the camera microphone.

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Here’s what you need to know about downgrade of iOS 9.3.2 firmware version on supported iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices.

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