Oh dear, how does this keep happening? Earlier today celebrity Nick Cannon sent out a tweet that waxed lyrical about the new Samsung Galaxy S6 that T-Mobile had hooked him up with. That’s all well and good, and at that point we really don’t have too much to say.



MovieBox 3.3.1 download for iOS 8.3 – without jailbreak – is now available. More details on the new release can be found here.



Samsung Galaxy S6 woes continue to build up. Apparently, Samsung’s front-runner has a serious quality issue concerned with the paintjob around the camera ring, where it is seemingly peeling off pretty easily, while the LED glass panel could actually be extremely prone to scratches.



In a gruesome turn of events, two roommates in Tulsa, Oklahoma ended up stabbing each other with broken beer bottles after an iPhone vs. Android debate broke out between the duo.



New iPhone 7 concept render features Apple Watch like Digital Crown and more. More details and concept video can be found here.



A stainless steel Apple Watch has just been spotted paired with a red colored sport band, along with a U.K. region Apple charger with a unique folding plug design. They belong to British cyclist and former professional rugby player, Will Carling.



With the launch of the Apple Watch, the Cupertino giant is not only marketing its wearable as its most “personal product yet”, but is also playing on the fact that the gorgeous creation is an “incredibly precise timepiece”, and that it offers “entirely new ways to stay in touch” as well as introducing “a smarter way to look at fitness”. It’s highly likely that the marketing spiel will ultimately appeal to a lot of consumers and make the difference between whether they purchase the device or not, but what about the extended capabilities of the Apple Watch that can be unlocked through the use of third-party apps? We take a look at a couple that can be used to turn Apple’s new product into a powerful TV remote.



When Apple initially announced the Apple Watch, it didn’t really come as any great surprise. After all, it seems that a company like Apple simply cannot design and implement a new product range without some kind of leak making its way into the public domain. After the initial excitement surrounding the technical specifications and what the device would actually be natively capable of, the attention has now turned to what third-party developers will do with their software to get the most out of Apple’s “most personal product yet.” The Wdgts app, which has been readily available for Apple’s other iOS devices for quite some time, immediately seems like it could offer the perfect functionality for the small screen of the Apple Watch. Thankfully, its developers thought exactly the same and have released a 1.0.4 update to offer support for the Apple Watch.



It’s that time of the week again when Apple’s iTunes team carefully peruse over a purposefully curated selection of quality apps and choose one to be featured as the “iTunes App of the Week.” iOS device owners have been treated to some fabulous discounts on some truly remarkable apps and games over the last few months, but this week is the turn of Pursuit of Light by Zhipeng Wang, an action adventure game set entirely in a mysterious world that has been created through the dreams of the main protagonist in the game.



Microsoft has just released Halo: Spartan Strike for Windows 8.1, Windows Phone and iOS, and for the first time ever, a Halo spinoff has been brought to Apple’s mobile platform.



If you’re eager to get your wrists on the new Apple Watch, then you have just over a week to wait, but aside from those working in and around Apple, there seems to be another way to score yourself a unit ahead of the official retail date. The number of celebs spotted wearing an Apple Watch is increasing everyday, and while musicians Katy Perry and Drake have been seen rocking Apple Watch Editions, Karl Lagerfeld’s custom yellow gold wearable was easily the priciest. Now, another famous face has been treated to the wearable, although unlike the aforementioned, it’s not a grandiose Watch Edition version.



Google has just handed its iOS Chrome Web browser app a sizeable update, and you can catch all of the features and improvements, as well as the download link, right here.



Apple has today seeded its first beta build of OS X 10.10.4 Yosemite. Coming just a week after the public release of OS X 10.10.3, the new beta has the build number 14E7f and can be downloaded from Apple’s Mac Dev Center.



iOS 8.3 vs iOS 8.2 comparison. has iOS 8.3 fix battery life drainage issue for you on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch? Take the poll and let us know.



Official slow boot-up fix for OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite has been released for Mac. Here’s how you can download the update.



You would expect a bunch of Android apps to go free on some special day, but the Amazon Appstore, as always, continues to surprise us with its generous share of paid apps for free. The online retail giant is once again offering an array of paid titles – worth $105 in total – that can be grabbed absolutely free for a limited period.



Photos of a case allegedly belonging to the iPad Pro has just been leaked online, and the design of the accessory seems to suggest that the rumors and speculations about the device sporting a new set of stereo speakers may actually hold some substance.



If you were looking forward to grab an Apple Watch from an Apple Retail Store on the 24th of this month, you will have to hold that impulse for some time as a leaked memo has revealed that the device won’t be available in stores till at least the month of June.



The smartphone market is undoubtedly brimming with exceptional device manufacturers, which can only be seen as a good thing for the people that really matter – the end consumer. With that said, Apple and Samsung are clearly the two big players in the industry with the statistics showing that the makers of the iPhone and Galaxy S series – respectively – continually shift more units on a year-on-year basis than their rivals. So, Apple and Samsung are ahead of the competition with not much to separate the two, but if you asked a group of pre-teens to choose whether they’d prefer an Apple or Samsung smartphone, which way do you think they’d go? This video answers that age old question.



A new report coming out of KGI’s usually reliable Ming-Chi Kuo has Apple selling approximately 2.3 million Apple Watch pre-orders. Existing reports already claimed that Apple has managed to get pre-order numbers in the range of a million during the first 24 hours of the Apple Watch going up for grabs. Both numbers are impressive and already has the Apple Watch being at the very top of the pile for smartwatch sales.



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