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Microsoft has revealed all editions of Windows 10

Today Microsoft officially revealed all of the different editions of Windows 10. This is common practice for Microsoft, the company has regularly launched ‘Home’, ‘Pro’ and ‘Enterprise’ editions of its operating systems for years and Windows 10 won’t be breaking tradition. Windows 10 Home is Microsoft’s “consumer-focused” edition of the …

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Android One launches in Europe

Google has announced that it is bringing the Android One program to Europe, starting off with Turkey. The program, which aims to bring affordable smartphones to developing markets, is now available in seven countries. Devices launched under the program come with a near stock version of Android designed for low …

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Verizon to buy AOL for $4.4 billion

It looks like Verizon is set to buy out AOL for $4.4 billion, putting the company in control of all AOL businesses, including several news outlets such as The Huffington Post, Engadget, Tech Crunch along with AOL.com. Joystiq would have been included in the list but AOL chose to shut …

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The Division has now been delayed until 2016

Ubisoft has revealed that one of its upcoming games, Tom Clancy’s The Division, has been delayed once again. The title which was delayed until 2014 around this time last year. Now the game has been pushed back further, targeting a Q1 2016 release window. The Publisher’s quarterly financial report revealed …

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Google may launch a smaller Nexus this year as well

We have heard rumors about Google’s plans for this year’s Nexus device, which is apparently being made by Chinese manufacturer, Huawei. However, it looks like Google might be working with LG once again to build a true successor to the still popular Nexus 5. When Google launched the Nexus 6 …

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Breaking Bad themed ransomware is making the rounds

Some hackers have gone ahead and cooked up Breaking Bad themed ransomware, which is currently affected a few people over in Australia. The new malware, which encrypts a PC’s images, videos and documents, was recently discovered by Symantec. The ransomware is named Trojan.Cryptolocker.S. Once a user is affected, their files …

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Google shuts down Map editor after abuse

Google has gone ahead and announced that it will be shutting down Map Maker for a little while. Map Maker allowed users to make edits to Google Maps, unfortunately for Google, it didn’t have the resources to thoroughly review all edits before they went live. As you would imagine, some …

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MSI to launch ‘Pro Talk’ livestream on Twitch

MSI is looking to make its Twitch TV channel a bit more active with the launch of Pro Talk, a live stream talk show during which professional gamers, popular modders and prolific members of the overclocking community will be interviewed. The show is going to provide a platform for those …

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It looks like an Apple Watch Jailbreak might be possible

Well that didn’t take long, it looks like there might be a Jailbreak on the way for the Apple Watch as one developer has already found a way to crack in to the operating system and run non-approved, third-party applications. The developer behind JailBreakMe, known online as ‘Comex’, has posted …

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 details leak

The first images and details of Samsung’s upcoming tablet, the Galaxy Tab 2, have leaked online. Currently, the device is not expected to launch until June exactly one year after the launch of the original Samsung Galaxy Tab S. The first image shows a render of the device, it comes …

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The Witcher 3 leaked two weeks early

It looks like some people have managed to get their hands on The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt a couple of weeks early. Some stores have apparently sold the game early to a few people, resulting in Twitch streams and spoiler filled videos starting to pop up. The stores selling …

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The Samsung Gear VR for Galaxy S6 is now available

Last month, Samsung revealed that it would be releasing an improved version of the Gear VR headset for use with the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge smartphones. The Oculus-made virtual reality headset is now officially available, at the same price point as its predecessor. The original Gear VR was …

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Nintendo will launch five mobile games by Q1 2017

Nintendo has discussed more details on its plans for mobile gaming. Last year, the company announced that it would be teaming up with DeNA to create specific games for mobile devices, now we know that we can expect at least one game to launch this year, with another four arriving …

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Rumors point to specs of next Nexus smartphone

We already know that Android M is set to be revealed at the Google I/O conference in a few weeks time. However, we have yet to hear about the next flagship smartphone that will debut Google’s latest operating system. Well, until now that is, as new rumors point towards the …

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