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David Mayor

Writer and editor of The Next Digit Media, he takes care of iOS, Apple, Mac and other gadgets. He worked at Apple Inc, before joining to TND Media. He was graduated in Bachelor of Journalism & Mass Communication Degree from Cambridge University. All posts by David

Apple Pay to possibly get unveiled with the launch of iOS 8.1

Apple iOS 8.1 news has been amusing an ample of people in the current times and with it, the possibility of the launch of Apple Pay has become tangible. A report has been submitted by Bank Innovation, according to which the users will not have to wait long before Apple Pay comes into the market. The rumors point to the ...

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US Cellular now sells Motorola Moto X 2014 for $99 on contract

Motorola’s second generation Moto X (2014) has been the headline of every news lately. The fans were hugely excited about the launch of this snazzy handset. It is now available at U.S. Cellular, bringing smiles on the face of U.S. Cellular customers. Moto X will cost the user $100 along with a two year contract will also cover $20 a month ...

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The Note-taking Evernote App Brings Chat and News Stories on Board

The CEO of Evernote, Phil Libin announced an innovative note-taking system to be incorporated into the app. This unveiling was done at the developer’s conference of Evernote. The most important two features that have been introduced are Work Chat and Context. These features are responsible to make the system easy to use for the business clients who pay as much ...

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The FireChat App Helps Protesters in Hong Kong to Reach Each Other

Hong Kong is going through a rough patch and people have come out on streets in favor of protest. The situation is worsening each day and at such times, the protesters have come out with an app that will help them connect with each other even in times of network breakdown. The FireChat app is an instant hit among the Hong Kong people. ...

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Sony’s PlayStation TV to debut in the US on October 14

Sony’s PlayStation franchise has already enthralled many game lovers in the past few years. The Japanese company has now announced the arrival of PlayStation TV in the US on October 14. It will be priced at $99.99. Sony PlayStation TV will support PS4’s Remote Play and the users will be able to play Vita games on it. The arrival of ...

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AT&T’s new $39 a month Internet Plan offers HBO and free Amazon Prime

AT&T and Amazon have come up with a surprise for their fans by partnering together. Now, AT&T’s new Broadband Bundle offer will give you HBO and Amazon Prime for $39 a month. Amazon has already included a video streaming service to Amazon Prime. The Amazon service has been quite popular among the masses and the USP (Unique Selling Proposition) of it ...

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HTC and Google are reportedly building new Nexus 9 tablet

It has been just recently when a written document was received from NVIDIA stating that HTC would pose to be the manufacturer of the new Nexus 9 tablet by Google. HTC has not rubbed hands in making a tablet for a long time and it seems to be an interesting decision by the company. The company is seemingly confident for ...

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Microsoft OneDrive on iOS 8 will give you 30GB free storage space

Online Cloud Storage was not as popular in the market as it is now. Cloud Storage is becoming the focal point of each company and hence, there is a huge competition among these industry giants. Whoever offers more storage for lesser money wins the race. In the same line of thought, Microsoft has doubled the free storage on OneDrive for ...

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