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Geeksphone ‘s Revolution smartphone to launch on 20 February

  Spain’s Geeksphone has been teasing the Revolution for a few months now, but today’s the day we find out how much the thing will actually cost. The device, which can switch between Firefox OS and Android, will be priced at 289 euro ($395) when it lands on February 20th, just four days before MWC 2014 begins in Barcelona.

Photos of iPhone gaming controller leaked online

During the recently concluded WWDC 2013, Apple previewed iOS 7 and with it also revealed that the new OS would bring support for gaming controllers. Though it didn’t reveal any hardware, the first photo of an alleged iPhone gaming controller has surfaced on gaming site Kotaku. The report shows a blurry photo of a controller […]

‘Tweet’ enters oxford dictionary as a word

Oxford English Dictionary, sometimes considered as the Bible of English language, has included the word ‘tweet’ in the dictionary’s June update, LA Times reports. Oxford defines the word ‘tweet’ as “a posting made on the social networking service Twitter” or as a verb is defined as “to post on Twitter.” Oxford has broken a long […]

HTC One mini ‘official’ specs revealed

We have been hearing that HTC is developing a mini version of HTC One. First, the device is actually labeled as the HTC One mini. Next up, the smartphone will come with a display resolution of 720×1280 pixels. The file also comes with a reference to the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system which will […]

Facebook to launch a mysterious product on june 20

Facebook is set to launch a mysterious new product on June 20. The press invites for the event were sent not by email or any online medium, but rather through traditional postal mail. The invite says, “A small team has been working on a big idea. Join us for coffee and learn about a new […]

Google is building a new database to help fight and eradicate child pornography off the Internet

Google has taken up the noble crusade to eradicate child porn off the Internet. The Mountain View-based Internet giant will help law enforcement agencies, websites and charity organizations, who have been crusading individually, and will build a collective database of these abusive images and help remove them immediately. These aforementioned organizations have been identifying and […]