Podo Stick and Shoot Bluetooth Camera (video)

Podo Stick and Shoot Bluetooth Camera

Smartphone photographers that would like to get a different angle on their selfie or group shots may be interested in a new pocket sized Bluetooth camera called the Podo which can be stuck to almost any surface.

The Podo Bluetooth camera connects to your smartphone using a companion application that is supported by both Android and iOS operating systems, enabling you to click and share your photos instantly.

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BlackBerry Classic To Launch In White, Blue And Bronze


BlackBerry has announced that their BlackBerry Classic smartphone will soon be available in a range of more colors. The company will be launching a white, bronze and blue version of the Classic.

The BlackBerry Classic comes with a 3.5 inch display that is equipped with a resolution of 720 x 720 pixels, processing comes in the for of a 1.5GHz dual core processor and it also features 2GB of RAM.

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Lenovo Pocket Projector Launches In May For $249

Lenovo Pocket Projector

As well as unveiling their new smartphone camera crossover device in the form of the Lenovo Vibe Shot this week. Lenovo has also unveiled a new pocket projector they have created that can be connected to any compatible Android devices.

The new Lenovo pocket projector is capable of creating an image up to a size of 110 inches on any wall or flat surface in lowlight conditions. Providing users with a 50 lumen high contrast optical engine to create vivid bright and colourful imagery, says Lenovo.

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Ford Folding Concept e-Bikes Unveiled At MWC 2015 (video)

Ford Folding e-Bike

Following on from the recent announcement by Ford during this years CES 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in Jnauary when Ford revealed its new Smart Mobility Plan.

Ford has this week unveiled two new Ford folding concept e-bikes during MWC 2015 in Barcelona that take the form of e-bikes called the MoDe:Pro and the MoDe:Me that are equipped with a number of interesting features as well as the ability to connect to the Apple’s new iPhone 6 smartphones.

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Apple Watch To Launch In Europe Next Month

apple Watch

Apple previously said that the Apple Watch would launch in April, although the company did not specify whether the device would only be available in the US at launch.

Now Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has confirmed that the Apple Watch will be launching in more countries next month, which will include Europe, although he did not provide details on all of the countries that would get the device.

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Alcatel OneTouch Hero 2+ Running Cyanogen OS Unveiled For $299

Alcatel OneTouch Hero 2+

During MWC 2015 this week Alcatel has taken the opportunity to unveil its new Alcatel OneTouch Hero 2+ in the form of an extra large smartphone or phablet, whichAlcatel has developed to partner with Cyanogen.

The partnership with Cyanogen allows Alcatel to install the latest Cyanogen 11 mobile operating system based on Android KitKat 4.4 and make it available to customers as an unlocked smartphone priced at $299.

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HTC One M9 Full Specifications

htc one m9

The new HTC One M9 was announced the other day and now we have all of the specifications on HTC’s flagship Android handset.

Processing on the new HTC One M9 comes in the form of an octa core 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor that features four cores clocked at 2GHz and four cores clocked at 1.5GHz and it will come with Android 5.0 Lollipop.

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Yahoo! is 20 years old


Some news just makes you feel ancient, so I apologize in advance. Yahoo was one of the web’s first big service providers and it has just turned 20 years old. It seems like only yesterday that it was new. The company has gone through a lot in those 2 decades. There have been a lot of ups and downs. That’s probably true of most 20 year olds. They grow up so fast!

It was a web directory in the 1990s, then it became a web portal for many early users. It hit some big bumps with the dot-com bubble collapse and of course a company that we all know today, Google. Somehow it managed to stay around.
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Tinder charging people 30 and older extra for premium version

tinderIt’s not like 30 is over the hill, but this news might make you feel like it. If you’re over the age of 30 and you’re thinking Tinder could be a good way to find a mate, you’re going to have to pay extra for the premium version.

I guess they figure that people in their 30s have their stuff together and can pay more money, no sweat.
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Android Lollipop Running on 3.3 Percent Of The Devices


It’s the start of the month, and as always, Google posted the Android usage statistics on their developers website, revealing the percentage of devices running different versions of Android.

In the latest report, Android 5.0 Lollipop is running on a mere 3.3 percent of Android devices out in the wild, which isn’t a big jump.

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