Nike is moving away from fitness bands

Nike moving away from fitness bands hardware might be an indication that wearable tech is shifting fast in 2014. Suddenly, it looks like a good handful of fitness band companies are in a state of flux. Nike’s future in FuelBand hardware is coming to an end. Fitbit is lacking its top-end product, the Fitbit Force, [...]

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Eigo’s New Office: App Development in Australia!

Eigo have expanded and we now have an amazing new office in Sydney to provide app development in Australia! Australia is the passport for the Asian and Pacific markets, both established and emerging realities composed of hundreds of millions of potential consumers. We can’t wait to hear some innovative ideas and develop some new, fresh [...]

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Sales Double S4

As the Samsung Galaxy S5 sells twice as fast as the S4 on launch day, UK retailers say as many as 99 percent of the new smartphones sold are on 4G contracts. The Samsung Galaxy S5 is flying off the shelves, selling twice as many as the Galaxy S4 on launch day in the UK, [...]

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Amazon’s Smartphone Revealed: Leaked Photos

Amazon’s long-awaited smartphone is apparently right around the corner, and today images of what looks to be an early prototype have been leaked by BGR. Unfortunately the pictured device is surrounded by a protective, screwed-on case that conceals the phone’s true physical design. BGR claims the phone’s screen measures 4.7 inches, which would make it [...]

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Nokia’s Future Phones

Nokia’s future devices are codenamed inside Nokia by a range of pop culture codenames referencing Superman, James Bond, and Filipino soap operas. Nokia is playing name games for future phones. A new leak has revealed pop culture codenames for forthcoming devices referencing Superman, James Bond, and Filipino soap operas. Prolific rumourmonger @evleaks claims that devices [...]

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Amazon Smartphone Rumoured for June Release

Amazon will announce its own smartphone by June, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal. The device is expected to begin shipping a few months later in September. Amazon has reportedly been showcasing early prototypes to developers in San Francisco and Seattle in recent weeks. The Journal also corroborates previous reports that [...]

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Surface 2 4G costs £539

A 4G version of Microsoft’s second Surface tablet will be on sale in less than a month on 8th May 2014. Currently, the Wi-Fi model is the only Surface 2 available in the UK. Microsoft has confirmed however that the 4G version will hit shop shelves on 8 May. If you can’t wait until then, [...]

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Facebook App Getting Rid of Messaging

Facebook began notifying users in a few European countries that in two weeks, they won’t be able to message friends through the Facebook app anymore. They’ll need to download the Facebook Messenger app for iOS or Android to do so. The messages button will remain in the Facebook app, but will boot users out to [...]

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Samsung Gear Fit New Software

Samsung’s Gear Fit is an attractive wearable device, but many people have complained about the software not being as easy to use due to the how it is worn on the wrist. Samsung have updated the Gear Fit software which has a new display mode making it easier to use, and they have also added [...]

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Co-op pay as you go SIM

The Co-op is lunging into the world of mobiles with an own-brand pay as you go SIM-card, that goes on sale this month. The Co-operative Group has entered the mobile world, vowing that it won’t round prices to the nearest minute promising “honest pricing”. The Co-operative Group, probably best known for its chain of supermarkets, [...]

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