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Sergio Wallache

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The young-turk of the team, he is responsible for reporting all the rumors and leaks related to gadgets and software. Other than collecting valuable information on trending rumors, he also likes to write about social media and IT security.

Lightroom Brings New Features to iOS and Android Apps

Lightroom brings new features to iOS and Android apps

Lightroom brings new features to iOS and Android apps. The update now allows users so enjoy some premium features which until this moment have only been available on desktop. The two improved apps are available for download on Google Play and App Store (for iPhone and iPad). Lightroom for iOS brings two important improvements. Apple users can now import raw ...

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Leave Your iPhone at Home When Going to Concerts

You might have to leave your iPhone at home when going to concerts. Apple is set on banning illegal video recordings and picture-taking at concerts and movie theaters. The company has recently patented a technology that can block both iPhone and iPad capabilities of recording videos or taking pictures in these settings. This unexpected move will bring major disappointment to ...

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Feast Your Eyes on Huawei MateBook

Feast Your Eyes on Huawei MateBook

Feast your eyes on Huawei Matebook as it becomes available for pre-orders on Microsoft’s website. The new Matebook tablet will also make its way to other retail stores such as Amazon or Newegg starting July 11. Huawei claims that its new tablet is the lightest 12-inch tablet out there on the market, coming in at only 1.4 pounds. Huawei also ...

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Introducing APFS, Apple’s New File System

Apple’s New File System

Apple’s new file system, simply called Apple File System (APFS) is just one of the recent announcements that the giant company has made. This brand new system focuses on security, offering a unified encryption method for every Apple device. The base of Apple’s New File System lies in security and privacy. APFS combines former encryption methods into a unified model. ...

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Marshmallow Hits 10 Percent on Android

"Marshmallow Hits 10 Percent on Android"

Marshmallow hits 10 percent on Android, according to Google’s early June stats. This is quite a big accomplishment, given that in March it was on only 2.3 percent of Android devices. This huge jump of over 7.7 percent should make you want to upgrade to Marshmallow too. We’ll go through some of its great features later. But first, how come ...

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Pokémon Fans Protest Over Pikachu Cantonese Translation in Hong Kong

Back at the dawn of gaming, no-one could predict the unbelievable worldwide success Nintendo’s Pokémon franchise will have. Since its release in 1996, the game has expanded to movies, comic books, and merchandise. Fans have become obsessed by plenty of the characters featured in the franchise, but Pikachu, the familiar yellow-furred mouse is a clear favorite – even among collectors. ...

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No Man’s Sky Debut Has Been Pushed Back

It’s no use making a fuss about it: the debut of No Man’s Sky, the indie space-exploration game, has been pushed back. With a previous launch date set this June, the game was much awaited, but Kotaku reported that anonymous sources said it would be delayed. There was a bit of an uproar in response, as a number of gamers ...

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Twitter Won’t Count Pictures, User Handles Against its Character Limit

Twitter’s strict 140-character limit will soon be a bit more relaxed for some tweets, allowing users to express themselves with a few extra characters. After months of speculation, the social network seems to actually change up the rules regarding its 140-character limit, but don’t expect the rumor about a new 10,000-character limit to become reality. Not just yet, maybe. Instead, ...

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Google Content Previews: More Visually-engaging with Rich Cards

In trying to keep on top, Google has introduced yet another feature to its search results. With the new format, website owners have a whole different way to make their pages stand out more effectively. Called “rich cards,” the new formatting feature added to Google Search will allow site owners to give a better preview of their content when their ...

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Nintendo Puts Mario to Work Once Again

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It’s not news anymore that the Japanese game company Nintendo Co. is trying to find new ways to cope with the changes in the gaming industry. Nintendo has recently released a mobile app – half game, half social network – in hopes of increasing its revenue. But maybe it’s time for Mario to save the day. After selling its stake ...

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