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No more ‘YouTube’ for Sony Bravia smart TV sets

No more ‘YouTube’ for Sony Bravia smart TV sets

Sony Bravia smart TV sets made in 2012 will no longer be able to show YouTube videos after September 30th. The devices will not be capable of displaying videos from the site thanks to changes made by YouTube to the way it handles uploads. As a result, Sony said the app for ...

Amrit Maharaj

September 6th, 2016

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Lenovo unveils unique tablet

Lenovo unveils unique tablet

Lenovo’s latest tablet computer can take a digital copy of handwriting as it is jotted down on a paper notepad placed on top of the machine. The Yoga Book’s unusual fold-out digitiser pad can also be used to create graphics. In addition, it lights up to form a ...

Amrit Maharaj

August 31st, 2016

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PlayStation Now to come to Windows; classics games to be available on PC

PlayStation Now to come to Windows; classics games to be available on PC

Great news for gaming fans – you’ll soon be able to play PlayStation exclusive games on your PC. That’s because PlayStation Now is coming to computers as an app. According to the online blog for the iconic video game console, the announcement means that a wide selection of ...

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August 23rd, 2016

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 praised for its phone display quality

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 praised for its phone display quality

Consumers looking for the highest display quality in a smartphone will find it in Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7, according to a new report. Set for release on August 19, the Note 7 is Samsung’s latest phablet, equipped with a 5.7-inch, Quad-HD Super AMOLED screen. The ...

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August 9th, 2016

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Android bug fear in 900 million devices

Android bug fear in 900 million devices

Serious security flaws that could give attackers complete access to a phone’s data have been found in software used on tens of millions of Android devices. The bugs were uncovered by Checkpoint researchers looking at software running on chipsets made by US firm ...

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August 8th, 2016

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Tech Today: HTC & JBL unveils USB Type-C noise-cancelling earbuds

Tech Today: HTC & JBL unveils USB Type-C noise-cancelling earbuds

HTC and JBL partnered up for the HTC 10 launch and announced a pair of USB-C headphones back in April. At long last, the JBL Reflect Aware C Earphones are available for purchase. These are powered by USB-C and feature adaptive noise cancelation. This will allow you to adjust

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August 3rd, 2016

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 unveiled

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 unveiled

Samsung’s latest Galaxy Note 7 phablet is one of the first smartphones to ship with an iris scanner that can read your eyes and let you into your phone in seconds. Having invented the phablet in 2011 with the original Galaxy Note, Samsung has skipped the Note 6 to bring the ...

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August 3rd, 2016

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Windows to launch its anniversary update for its ’10’ operating system

Windows to launch its anniversary update for its ’10’ operating system

Microsoft is expected to roll out its Windows 10 Anniversary Update on August 2nd. The free update includes two security innovations for individual customers: Windows Hello for apps and websites; and Windows Defender. Enterprises will get Windows Defender Advanced Threat ...

Amrit Maharaj

August 2nd, 2016

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Uber planning a global map to help drivers on pick-up locations and traffic

Uber planning a global map to help drivers on pick-up locations and traffic

Uber is embarking on a global mapping project that it hopes will offer its drivers more useful data on pick-up locations and traffic patterns. Currently the taxi-booking app relies on Google’s mapping technology to display local maps and mark pick-up locations. But a ...

Amrit Maharaj

August 1st, 2016

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Samsung unveils world’s first UFS memory cards

Samsung unveils world’s first UFS memory cards

What comes after microSD cards for removable storage? Samsung has the answer: UFS. The company announced today the world’s first removable UFS (Universal Flash Storage) memory cards, offering storage capacity of either 32, 64, 128, or 256 gigabytes, and performance ...

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July 7th, 2016

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