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August 24, 2015

Leaked Photos Show Huawei’s Nexus Back

New images of what seems to be a 5.7 inch device, namely Huawei’s Nexus, have been leaked, showing a weird bump on the back of the device where the camera is.

The photos shows a device with round corners and the Nexus logo on the back. What’s also visibly noticable is the camera part of the device, which has some kind of bump that we hope means a kick-ass camera. There’s also a circle in the middle of the back that could be a fingerprint scanner, but nothing has been confirmed yet. Another photo shows what could be a case for this device.

Leaks show that there might be two Nexus devices in the works, the other being a 5.2 inch device by LG. Other leaks [...]

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August 24, 2015

Get a Microsoft Band For $150 From Amazon

Microsoft’s wearable, the Microsoft Band, is now available on sale at Amazon, so if you wanted to get it now is the time. The device is currently available for just $150 in small, medium or large.

The Microsoft Band is a fitness and wellness tracker that works with Windows Phone, Android and iOS. It also alerts you when you have new emails, calendar events, calls, SMS and more.

Check out the Microsoft Band on Amazon

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August 24, 2015

Google Might Be Testing Photo Feature on Maps

It’s hard to find someone these days who doesn’t take photos of their food to share with friends and family. Because of this trend, Google was working on a feature called Tablescape which was for uploading photos of food to Google+ and making it easier for other users to find it. Unfortunately, Tablescape died before being released. But Google’s idea didn’t end there.

Google is supposedly testing a new feature in Google Maps where users can upload photos of their food, drinks of the place they’re at, attach it to a location, and other users will be able to see it. Though it’s a strange place to look for photos, it might come in handy when [...]

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August 24, 2015

Apple is Replacing Defective iPhone 6+ Cameras for Free

Customers who purchased and iPhone 6 Plus between September of 2014 and January 2015 who have noticed some blurry pictures from the iSight camera will have the defective hardware replaced for free from Apple. The semi-recall was noticed by the company, and actions were taken almost immediately to rectify it for customers.

If you have experienced pictures that do not line up to the quality you would expect in an Apple product, you can go to this website and punch in your serial number. If your phone is part of the defective shipment, you can get your camera replaced at no cost.

Keep in mind that this is only the camera that will be replaced, not the whole phone, and it [...]

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August 23, 2015

BlackBerry Passport Silver Edition Appears on Video Running Android Lollipop

If you’ve been doubting the pictures of the BlackBerry Passport Silver Edition running Android Lollipop for fear they’d be fake, we now have video proof of this actually working. The video comes to us courtesy of Dudu Rocha Tec., and while it’s in Portuguese, you should get the gist of what’s being shown off on it.

This specific Passport SE is running Android 5.1 and is just handling Android like a complete boss. As we all know, the Passport’s 3GB of RAM can take on BlackBerry 10 pretty smoothly, and the same seems to translate to the world’s most popular OS as well. Not only are the internals working well with Android, but as the [...]

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August 22, 2015

BlackBerry Venice Leak Shows BlackBerry Productivity Suite

The BlackBerry Venice leaks are on full-mode recently, and this afternoon we’re getting a glimpse at what BlackBerry plans on bringing to Android as part of their BlackBerry Productivity Suite. If you recall, this specialized software was announced back in March and was meant to bring some of the best features of BlackBerry 10 over to Android and iOS.

The GIF above from @evleaks, which has been turned into a video courtesy of Bla1ze, shows off the Hub, Contacts, and other parts of this BlackBerry Productivity Suite on the BlackBerry Venice. The device is running Android, not BlackBerry 10, so of course it makes sense to include this software into it. After the leaked [...]

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