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A photo of what is alleged to be the Samsung Galaxy F, the rumored premium edition of the S5, in the wild has appeared online that highlights the metal frame of the handset.
A new report has shown that the Android L update can increase battery life by as much as 36% with the 'Project Volta' program, providing two more hours of power on a Nexus 5 under certain conditions.
Google has launched a new simple but very appealing game based around topical geography trivia and powered by its popular Maps software in which you simply name the city where the event took place.
The team behind the Cyanogenmod Android custom ROM have explained that they are not intending to release an Android L version of the operating system until it is past the developer preview stage.
Today marked the closure of Sony's sale of its VAIO computer business as it became an independent business in its own right, launching two new Windows laptops - the Pro and Fit - at the same time.
Samsung has announced four new phones to join its line-up comprising of refreshed handsets for its Galaxy Core, Ace, Young and Star ranges that aim to affordably offer 'exceptional performance'.
Leaked images appear to show that it will soon be possible to create folders of Live Tiles on the Start screen of Windows Phone 8.1 by simply dragging a tile on top of another like in Android and iOS.
Major UK ISP BT has been forced to apologize after many of its millions of broadband users lost internet connectivity partially or totally for a period of a couple of hours earlier this morning.
Screenshots of the next version of Android with a redesigned status bar and Chrome interface have appeared online; a notification for the rumored new 'L' feature is also visible as well.
A team of researchers at MIT have designed a prototype 36-core processor using an all-new architecture utilizing a 'mini-internet' design where cores are connected directly to each other.
A new report has indicated that there are still over 300,000 unprotected servers running out-of-date versions of OpenSSL that is vulnerable to the critical Heartbleed bug from nearly two months ago.
Mozilla could be working on a Firefox OS powered, Google Chromecast rivaling media-streaming stick for use with any compatible display according to a new report by Gigaom who obtained hands-on access.
A minor Android update is rolling out to Nexus devices today with version number 4.4.4, after making a surprise appearance on the Google Factory Images webpage yesterday.
A new Bitdefender report has found that nearly 20% of small and medium-sized businesses still run Windows XP-powered computers on a daily basis two months since support for the ageing OS ended.
The Apple TV digital media-streaming set-top box has received a significant price cut in Britain and Europe to £79 or €99. The changes come after the company launched a entry-level iMac this morning.
A new report indicates that the Sony Xperia Z2 could arrive on US carrier Verizon during the next quarter of this year, with new 4G LTE-Advanced capabilities. It is reputedly currently in testing.
A leaked document has revealed that development of Android 4.4.3 for the Samsung Galaxy S5 has been completed and is ready for deployment this month whereas the S4 should be good to go next month.
Rumours are circulating that LG could launch a more powerful version of its not-yet-released G3 flagship smartphone using a newer, faster Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor as soon as next month.
The US is going to sell its hoard of nearly 30,000 Bitcoins accumulated from the FBI's closure of the Silk Road last year in blocks of 3,000 BTC in an online public auction on June 27th.
A security issue in Gmail has been revealed that means hackers could have extracted the email address of every user with ease up until last year and sold them to spammers at huge prices.
A major update for the popular third-party SwiftKey keyboard for Android devices has been released that adds many new features alongside an announcement that the app is now totally free to download.
A version of Facebook's rumoured Snapchat-rivaling photo messaging app, Slingshot, appeared erroneously on the App Store for a few hours earlier today allowing some to download and try it.
Online retail giant Amazon is expected to launch a new PayPal-rivaling service on Monday that will allow customers to use their stored card details to purchase goods from other sites.
After 64 years, a computer has finally passed the Turing Test designed to make a machine exhibit intelligent behaviour indistinguishable from that of humans in double-blind trials.
A new feature added to Google Now means that the app is now able to alert you when your stop is approaching whilst travelling on public transport via a new alarm system integrated into the app.
The automated Twitter account @everyword has finally completed the task it began in 2007 tweeting out every single word in the dictionary one-by-one.
Microsoft has filed a patent that shows how a control scheme for mobile gaming could be standardized to resemble the button layout found on the company's Xbox controllers.
Microsoft has made the OneNote Clipper tool for saving webpages available as a Chrome extension and launched a Springpad to OneNote migration tool ahead of the closure of Springpad later this month.
Google UK faced controversy this morning after instead of posting the 70th D-Day anniversary themed doodle many expected to see they chose to replace their logo with a completely unrelated doodle.
Microsoft's vice president of OEM partners explained how we will see sub-$200 Windows Phone devices before the end of the year and how Windows tablets will also be getting significantly cheaper too.
A developer of apps for Apple devices has announced that he made a working port of the immensely popular Flappy Bird game in the company's new Swift language within four hours of it being introduced.
Google Glass is to get a set of new designer frames from iconic American fashion artist Diane von Furstenberg later this month so that users can make their devices more personalized and unique.
New documents show how British firm Dyson, famed for their 'cyclone' vacuum cleaners, designed versions of smartglasses, smartwatches and voice-controlled digital assistants over a decade ago.
Usernames and passwords of eBay users are being sold online to fraudsters and scammers by the hackers who attacked the site earlier this year and stole databases containing user details.
Edward Snowden has revealed documents showing that the NSA actively collects millions of images of the faces of citizens each day to be used in a new facial recognition system to identify criminals.
New pictures showing the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5, the upcoming flagship Samsung tablet for 2014, have been revealed by evleaks that show the device in all its glory from various views and angles.
An anonymous tipster has sent Sam Mobile images of what they claim to be the rumoured, unannounced Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini which looks very similar to the S5 but with a smaller display and less power.
A technology reporter for the New York Times has said a source has told him that the awaited side-by-side app multitasking in Apple's next mobile operating system, iOS 8, is not yet ready for use.
Reliable leaker evleaks has tweeted that the rumoured HTC One M8 Prime premium handset, set to compete against devices such as the Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime, has been axed for the foreseeable future.
A team from the MIT university has created a new power adapter for use with laptops that is a quarter of the size and a sixth of the weight of current power 'brick' charging units.
Nintendo and Mercedes-Benz have paired up in a strange case of product-placement which involves a DLC for Mario Kart 8 this summer featuring the addition of Mercedes' GLA as a new driveable kart.
Asus and AT&T have announced that the convertible, hybrid phone and tablet PadFone X will begin retailing in the US from next month priced at $199.99 on a new contract.
Microsoft's previous-generation Surface Pro 2 high-performance tablet computer has got up to £150 cheaper in the UK on some models as pre-orders are taken for its larger successor, the Surface Pro 3.
AMD have made a new beta edition of their Catalyst graphics drivers publicly available that brings up to 25% improved performance and added compatibility for Linux but no Windows 8.0 support.
Security company Avast Software has announced that details of 400,000 forum users, including passwords in hashed form, have been stolen in an attack on the company over the past weekend.
A source of Android Geeks has told how Samsung has purportedly scheduled an 'Unpacked' product launch on September 3rd of this year for its upcoming flagship phablet device, the Galaxy Note 4.
Whistle-blower Julian Assange of WikiLeaks has revealed Afghanistan to be the second nation to have all of its phone calls made from mobiles monitored, stored and archived by the NSA's MYSTIC program.
A Japanese research team studying the NAND chips used in solid state drives has discovered a way to boost the speed of the devices by up to 300% with nothing more than a simple firmware update.
Amazon is currently paying users $10 to download five completely free apps from its store, with each downloaded product netting the customer 200 store credits with which to purchase other apps.