A new Samsung advert for its Galaxy S5 flagship smartphone is asking users of its ageing S3 device who use the camera heavily to upgrade, by pointing out how the S5 has superior photo-shooting powers.
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I am a young geek from the UK immensely interested in the fast-paced world of technology. Although I love all areas equally, I particularly like watching new developments in the mobile, computer hardware and operating system industries. Although I am preferenced towards Microsoft when purchasing new technology, I appreciate all companies equally for their achievements and am happy to cover news relating to any of them. In my spare time, I enjoy coding - currently in Python, formerly in C++ -, playing PC games, reading and writing. My main hardware currently consists of my home-built computer, comprising an AMD A10-7850K nestled within a Corsair Carbide 200R case.
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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.