Galaxy S5 Google Play Edition Appears On Android Website

Galaxy S5 Google Play Edition Appears On Android Website

We have already seen some leaked photos of the new Samsung Galaxy S5 Google Play Edition, although there are no details on when the handset will launch, and it has yet to be officially announced by Samsung.

Now it would appear that the Galaxy S5 Google Play Edition smartphone has been featured in the official Android website, as you can see in the photo above, the handset is pictured without Samsung’s custom user interface, TouchWiz.

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New 16GB $199 iPod Touch On The Way

New 16GB $199 iPod Touch On The Way

The current iPod Touch comes with a choice of either 16GB, 32GB or 64GB of built in storage, and now according to a recent report, Apple has a cheaper version of the iPod Touch on the way.

The new iPod will retail for $199 and it will come with 16GB of storage the current version is $229, like the current silver only model, the device will be available in six different colors, and it is expected to launch soon.

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Apple iPad In-Store Trade-In Program Comes To UK and Other European Countries

Apple iPad In-Store Trade-In Program Comes To UK and Other European Countries

It seems Apple has started its iPad trade-in program in European shores as well, which give users the ability to recycle their old iPad models for a credit, and utilize it to purchase a new iPad.

Previously, the program kicked off in Canada and United States last month, but it’s good to see Apple is offering the services in other regions as well.

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Multiple Samsung Devices Details Leaked

Multiple Samsung Devices Details Leaked

Samsung has a number of new devices in the works, which include the Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime, the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active, the Galaxy S5 Mini, and more.

Now @evleaks has posted some details on a number of devices online, along with their models number, the list includes a new Samsung Gear device which could be the Gear Glass, plus the S5 Prime and more, have a look at the list below.

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Internet Users To Hit 3 Billion By End Of The Year

Internet Users To Hit 3 Billion By End Of The Year

The amount of people using the Internet is expected to hit 3 billion by the end of 2014, the news comes in a report from the ITU (United Nations International Telecommunications Union).

The report says that by the end of the year close to 3 billion users will be online, and around two thirds of these will be in the developing world.

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BMW Shows Off Solar Car Port For BMW i8 And i3

BMW Shows Off Solar Car Port For BMW i8 And i3

BMW recently launched the new BMW i3 in the US, and the company is also launching the new BMW i8, and BMW has shown off a new solar car port concept, that is designed to charge its new electric vehicles.

BMW will show off this new solar car port during the launch of the BMW i8 in Los Angeles , and it is designed to recharge both of these new EV’s using solar power.

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Microsoft Surface 2 LTE Tablet Now Shipping The The UK

Microsoft Surface 2 LTE Tablet Now Shipping The The UK

The Surface 2 LTE tablet has been available in the US for some time, the device went up for pre-order in the UK last month, and it is now available in the UK as of today.

The Microsoft Surface 2 LTE tablet is available for £539 in the UK, this is a SIM free price for the device, which means you can use it with any of the 4G LTE providers in the UK without a contract.

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Snapchat Settles With FCC Over Privacy Issues

Snapchat Settles With FCC Over Privacy Issues

Snapchat has come to an agreement with the FTC over privacy issues, the company has entered into a consent decree with the FCC, which addresses issues with their app description, privacy policy and in app notifications.

The agreement comes after there was a massive privacy breach of around 4.6 million Snapchat users details, which included usernames and phone numbers.

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Google’s Project Ara To Feature Sennheiser Audio

Google’s Project Ara To Feature Sennheiser Audio

Sennheiser has announced that they are working with Phonebloks on Google’s Project Ara, and it looks like we can expect to see sound modules from Sennheiser in future Project Ara devices.

Google are scheduled to launch Project Ara in January of next year, and we recently heard that conductive ink would be used for component printing.

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Carbon Fiber Headed Beyond BMW I8 With $200 Million Investment

Carbon Fiber Headed Beyond BMW I8 With $200 Million Investment

BMW has plans to use carbon fiber in its vehicles beyond the likes of the BMW i8 and BMW i3, the company also uses the lightweight material in its M range of cars.

BMW is in partnership with SGL Group for producing carbon fiber for their vehicles, the two companies formed a company called SGL Automotive Carbon Fibers, and now BMW has announced that they are investing a further $200 million in the technology.

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Latest Transformers Age of Extinction Trailer (Video)

Latest Transformers Age of Extinction Trailer (Video)

Paramount has released its latest Latest Transformers Age of Extinction Trailer, which gives a better look of what is going to happen in the latest transformers movie.

Transformers Age Of Extinction stars Mark Wahlberg , Nicola Peltz, Jack Reynor, Stanley Tucci, Kelsey Grammar and Li Bingbing and it is directed by Michael Bay, have a look at the video below.

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Sony’s PS4 sales pass 7 million

Sony’s PlayStation 4 is selling very well, but what exactly are the numbers? According to Sony who has announced their latest figures, it looks like they have now sold over 7 million consoles to date.

Sony’s PS4 sales pass 7 million

In November of 2013, Sony announced that they sold 1 million units in 24 hours. Then later in February we learned that Sony had sold 5.3 million units, and now, a few months later Sony announces that they have passed the 7 million units sold mark. That is most impressive. Sony mentions that the 7 million were sold to consumers, as opposed to retailers. So these are real numbers of consoles in people’s homes.

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