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Spotify accuses Apple of anti-competitive behavior

Spotify is putting Apple on blast, arguing that its App Store and iTunes practices are anti-competitive. This follows reports that Apple is currently trying to push music labels in to withdrawing support for Spotify’s free ad-supported business model. We already know that the EU Commission is already investigating Apple’s currently …

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Google to reveal Android M at Google I/O

Google’s annual I/O conference is set to take place at the end of this month and rumor has it that we will get our first look at Google’s next version of Android at the event. The next version of Android is going to be dubbed ‘Android M’, the final name …

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TSST TB030NA Portable Charger Review

The smallest of the Toshiba Samsung Storage Technology (TSST) portable charge range, today we review the TB030NA model. It features a 3000 mAh capacity and has a more familiar cylinder design. It is pricey for a smaller capacity device though, as it will set you back £19.99. Is it worth …

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Apple having issues with last minute deals for Beats Music

It looks like Apple is having some issues with last minute deals for its Beats Music streaming service. If Apple can’t get the last of its crucial deals signed in time, then we might not see the streaming service appear at the World Wide Developer Conference after all. Sources speaking …

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Startup announces phone case that harvests power wirelessly

Sending electricity wirelessly and safely, has been a pipe dream for scientists and researchers for over 100 years. While in the past few we’ve seen some attempts with the rather inefficient induction charging mechanisms for our smartphones, one startup has an alternative: harvesting excess WiFi and radio signals. As a …

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TSST TB050PA Portable Charger Review

The TB050PA is another portable charger from Toshiba Samsung Storage Technology (TSST). It is essentially a lower capacity version of the TB100PA, with a smaller 5,000 mAh capacity. This means it is also cheaper at £24.99 – but is it worth buying ahead of its bigger brother? TSST have a made …

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OnePlus and Cyanogen are officially parting ways

The rift between Cyanogen and OnePlus in recent months has been very evident, with all signs pointing towards the two companies going their separate ways by the time the OnePlus Two rolls around. Now the companies have officially stated their intentions to part ways. However, those of you who own …

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Samsung warns of Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge RAM problem

Samsung has warned users that a small percentage of both the Galaxy  S6 and S6 Edge flagship devices are currently experiencing performance issues due to the RAM being mismanaged. Both devices make use of 3GB DDR4 RAM, but due to poor memory management in the software, only up to 400MB …

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The HTC One M9 is getting RAW photo support

HTC is hoping to beef up its One M9 camera software a bit more by adding in support for RAW photos. Since its release, reviewers have picked up on the HTC One M9’s slightly lacking camera so the company has been at work making software updates to try and bump …

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TAG Heuer’s Swiss smartwatch to cost $1400/£900

LVMH, is a French multinational luxury goods conglomerate, has announced pricing of TAG Heuer’s upcoming smartwatch, which it is developing in collaboration with Intel and Google. The first smart timepiece from a Swiss watchmaker will surprisingly not be too expensive because the product is primarily aimed at younger audience. TAG Heuer’s smartwatch will …

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No more cats: AMD reconsiders ultra-low-power CPU roadmap

Advanced Micro Devices first revealed plans to develop special low-power/low-cost x86 micro-architectures in mid-2007 in a bid to compete for ultra-portable and inexpensive devices. The micro-architectures got their names – Bobcat, Jaguar and Puma – from cats to emphasize their agility and efficiency. Eight years later AMD abandons development of …

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The LG G4 is available to pre-order in the UK

LG announced its latest flagship device yesterday, dubbed the LG G4 and it is already available to pre-order here in the UK as long as you don’t mind going SIM-free. The device can be pre-purchased off contract ahead of the official release next month. Retailer Unlocked-Mobiles is already taking in …

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MSI unveils Prestige series laptops: performance meets business features

MicroStar International on Wednesday introduced its new family of mobile computers that was designed to wed performance, quality and relative portability necessary for road warriors. Modern notebooks have rather strict positioning: there are ultra-thin business laptops with limited performance, there are extremely advanced gaming or workstations notebooks with limited transportability …

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