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March 27, 2014

New iPad Smart Cover Keyboard Detailed in Apple Patent Application

After a long wait, Apple may finally be ready to bring a new iPad keyboard solution to market.

The device in Apple’s patent application appears to draw some inspiration from Microsoft’s Surface Touch Cover.

A newly published patent application shows a new smart cover keyboard design that could be Apple’s first crack at an iPad keyboard since the dock it released back in 2010. Between then and now, third-party accessory makers have carried the torch, but aside from some [...]

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March 26, 2014

Review: Wren Sound Bluetooth Speaker Offers Big Sound (for a Big Price)

There are no shortage of Bluetooth-enabled devices in our homes. If you own a smartphone, chances are you’re capable of streaming audio to some other device if you’re not interested in listening to tunes on the phone’s small speakers. Most tablets, and even many PCs, have Bluetooth connectivity built in, and it’d be a shame not to take good advantage of all the wireless technology has to offer.

But Bluetooth isn’t enough—the target for your audio has to be up to the task of pumping out great audio without the benefit of physical [...]

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March 26, 2014

Video: HTC One M8 Hands-On Preview

This week, HTC unveiled its long-awaited follow up to its cellular success of last year, the HTC One smartphone. With this year’s model, now dubbed the HTC One M8, the company hopes to fix some of the glaring issues of the 2013 HTC One, while mixing in some additional innovation.

Now, without further ado, let’s look at how this bad boy is built.

The new One includes a full 1920×1080 hi-res LCD touch-screen with a wide viewing angle. It’s protected by a shield of touchable Corning Gorilla Glass. Powering it is [...]

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March 26, 2014

Radio Silence: Will Stop Streaming Music Next Month

It’s tough to be a company in the streaming music business, and that harsh reality is forcing to shut down its online radio service. According to a report from The Verge, the radio feature will no longer be available beginning April 28, and the company will move forward offering services that compliment other streaming music products, such as Spotify. has began offering streaming music over a decade ago, though its service never quite took off the way Pandora’s did. Subscription music services later [...]

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March 26, 2014

BlackBerry CEO is Very Upset About Product Leaks, Threatens Legal Action

Mere days after a private beta build of an upcoming version of the upcoming BlackBerry 10.3 update leaked onto the web, BlackBerry CEO John Chen has posted a rather angry blog post on the official BlackBerry blog swearing revenge on individuals who “falsely posed” as an employee of a BlackBerry partner in order to “obtain access to secured networks” – or, in other words, to obtain confidential trade secrets exactly like information regarding that upcoming BlackBerry 10.3 update.

Chen has promised to [...]

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March 26, 2014

Smart and Senseless: Pay an Extra $50 For a Google Play Edition HTC One M8

One of the highly touted features of HTC’s new $649 flagship phone, the (terribly named) One M8, was Sense 6, or “Sixth Sense,” the smartphone maker’s newest iteration of its proprietary Android OS ROM. Sense has been a mainstay of all HTC phones since 2009, making changes to the Android experience like the overall look and feel of Android, not to mention the addition of Blinkfeed and the gesture-based wake-up and camera features, among plenty other HTC-specific bells and whistles. But if you want to pay an extra fifty dollars, you can [...]

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March 26, 2014

Microsoft Will Bring Reputation Warnings to the Xbox One This Month

The concept of player reputation isn’t new to the Xbox universe; the Xbox 360 has had a reputation system in place for years. But it appears that Microsoft is making it a bigger part of its newest console, the Xbox One. Ars Technica is reporting that Microsoft will flip the switch on reputation warnings this month, forcing Xbox One gamers to play nice with others or risk being restricted on Xbox Live.

Xbox One gamers have had reputations since the console launched in November, though they’ve been largely for show. [...]

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March 26, 2014

Will Microsoft Make a Huge iPad Announcement Tomorrow?

A new post on ZDNet reports that Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is expected to make a big announcement regarding the company’s software on iPad at 10 a.m. Pacific tomorrow. Conventional wisdom points to the debut of the long-awaited touch-optimized version of Microsoft Office for the iPad, which we’ve heard has been in development for quite a while already. However, the post also claims that Nadella will make an additional announcement regarding software for the iPad that might not have been quite as expected.

So what is that [...]

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