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Apple iPhone 5c explodes in man’s pocket in New York

Eric Johnson from Long Island, New York suffered third-degree burns after his iPhone 5c exploded in his pocket during Valentine’s day. The 29-year old had to remain in the burn unit for 10 days and was released last week from the hospital. Johnson has stated that he will no longer be able to work due to the burns. He expressed ...

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Ways to Install/Uninstall Windows 10 Preview for Phones


The first preview for Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) Windows 10 was released recently and if you own a mid-range Lumia phone, then you can get a look and feel of how this works. The preview as of now in only working for the recent Lumia phones which are, 635, 636, 638, 630, 730, and 830, but is speculated the list will become ...

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OnePlus One Android 5.0 Lollipop Update Delayed till March 2015

OnePlus One smartphone gained a huge popularity since its launch in 2014. It was sold via an invite-only method and people loved the aesthetic appeal as well as the OS on the device. OnePlus introduced the first flagship phone with an Android like experience as they modified the vanilla software to create their own. But they promised the buyers an update ...

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Samsung Galaxy S6/Edge: T-Mobile reveals a new teaser image

Following the release of Samsung Galaxy S6 teaser video, Samsung continues to tease about its The Next Galaxy. This time, an image of its next big thing (smartphone) has been published by T-Mobile in its official website. Samsung will be holding a press conference on March 1 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, where the device might get unveiled, officially. ...

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Rumored Samsung Galaxy S6 vs iPhone 6: What to expect?

There is no doubt about the fact that Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are currently one of the best smartphone in the market. But things can certainly change with the launch of the next device from Samsung. Although there is no surety of the news that when the next device is going to be launched, but individuals are ...

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