Apple iOS 8 – Everything We Know So Far

To keep you guys up-to-date with the latest on iOS 8, the next major release of Apple’s mobile OS, we’ve created a quick checklist of everything we know so far.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Video Review

Over the past few weeks, I took my SIM card out of my trusty HTC One M8 that I’ve been enjoying so much, switched it to extreme power saving mode and entirely made the jump over to Samsung’s newest flagship device, the Galaxy S5. This phone was a particularly interesting release, because it marked their definitive decision to adopt the ‘iteration over iteration’ strategy when it comes to their new devices. For Samsung, however, it’s likely to be more of a ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’, type model.

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iOS 7.1.1 Now Labels Apps With In-App Purchases In Top Charts Section

Apple has just rolled out iOS 7.1.1, and although the majority of the changes packed within the minor update are not particularly significant, one just-discovered addition will be more than welcomed by frequent downloaders of apps and games. For in the Featured and Top Charts sections of the App Store, any app or game featuring in-app purchases is now labeled as such, meaning a user will not get stung by constant micro-payments in order to progress through a title or unlock the key features within an app.

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You Can Now Download OS X Betas Legally Without A Developer Account, Here’s How

Hitherto, those looking to test out beta releases of Apple’s OS X would need to sign up to the Developer Program, which, for $99 per year, looked quite a steep fee for the casual, inquisitive user. Now, however, the Cupertino company has introduced a new OS X Beta Seed Program, whereby users can test out pre-release builds of the Mac software simply by signing up with an Apple ID – no annual fee required.

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MyGlass App Now Lets You Navigate Google Glass UI From iPhone

Google has just dropped version 0.5.0 of the MyGlass app for iPhone, which includes the ability for users to invite friends to join up to the Explorer Program, a new control Glass from screencast feature, as well as the usual assortment of bug fixes and general performance enhancements. Full details, as well as that all-important download link, can be seen right after the break!

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Leonardo DiCaprio To Reportedly Play As Steve Jobs In Biopic

The rumored partnership of David Fincher and Christian Bale may be no more, with two new names now in the frame to make Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs biopic.

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Apple iPhone 6 – Everything We Know So Far

The iPhone 6 seems to be the subject of a new leak or piece of information almost every day, and with so many reports flying about, it can be rather difficult to keep abreast of what’s going on. Here, we try to establish a little coherence with a brief run-through of what we think we know so far.

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Google I/O 2014 Ticket Lottery Winners Announced, Are You Going?

If you applied for the opportunity to hand over $900 to Google in exchange for a ticket to its Google I/O 2014 conference then now’s the time to start checking your email inbox, because the company has started sending out confirmation emails to those that have been selected to attend.

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Download Google Play Store App Version 4.6.17

Google’s Play Store app is an integral part of the entire Android infrastructure, and with this in mind, it’s no wonder the updates are rolling through thick and fast. Just a week or so following the release of version 4.6.16, the Big G is rolling out Google Play Store 4.6.17, and as the version number states, the updates therein are relatively incremental. Details and download information can be found after the fold!

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New Galaxy S5 Variant With 2K Display Release Seems Imminent

In the run-up to the showcasing of the Galaxy S5 at the Mobile World Congress back in February, it was rumored that Samsung was preparing two distinctive variations of its flagship handset, and even when the official announcement finally came, reports continued to suggest that something else – something better – was on the horizon. Now, fresh reports seem to indicate that the device is very much real, and although those who’ve held off the purchase in light of the rumors will feel happy that they did so, one suspects that some early adopters of the Galaxy S5 will feel a tad short-changed.

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