Details About The Alleged ZTE Olympia Surface


Not too long, @evleaks posted an image of an alleged ZTE phablet which is headed to T-Mobile. However, he didn’t mention what we could expect from the alleged handset. The phablet is codenamed Olympia, and is expected to land at the Magenta carrier in the coming weeks.

Recently, the folks at TmoNews managed to release some specifications about the alleged ZTE Olympia with a model number Z970.

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Nokia Lumia 530 Leaked By A Vietnamese Retailer


Nokia is rumored to be working on a bunch of new handsets which will see the light of the day in the coming months. A recent rumor hinted the high-end Nokia McLaren, the handset rumored to come with 3D Touch, was cancelled.

Among the list of handsets is the successor to the best-selling Nokia Lumia 520, dubbed as the Nokia Lumia 530. Recently, a Vietnamese retailer listed the alleged Nokia Lumia 530 online in several color options, including green, orange, white, grey and blue. 

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Android 4.4.4 KitKat Rolling Out For Moto G In The UK

Moto G

Motorola has done a commendable job when it comes to latest Android updates for its handsets, not just one, but most of them — Moto X, Moto G or Moto E.

For those of you residing in the UK, rocking a Moto G, there’s a piece of good news for you. The latest Android 4.4.4 KitKat update is rolling out for the Moto G.

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Xiaomi Mi4 Full Specifications

Xiaomi Mi4

Earlier today the new Xiaomi Mi4 was announced, we have also heard that the handset will launch later this month, and now we have the full specifications on the handset.

There will be three versions of the Mi4, a WCDMA model which launches this month, a CDMA version which launches in August and a 4G LTE version which will launch in September.

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Samsung Galaxy Alpha Supply May Be Limited At Launch

Samsung Galaxy Alpha

The Samsung Galaxy Alpha is rumored to launch some time in August, and now according to a recent report, the handset could be available in limited quantities at launch.

The new Galaxy Alpha smartphone is rumored to come with premium materials and a metal casing, the handset appears to have similar specs to the much rumored Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime also known as the Samsung Galaxy F.

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Apple iPad Has 78 Percent Of U.S. Tablet Web Traffic

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According to the latest report by Chitika, the Apple iPad now has a 78 percent share of the U.S. tablet web traffic, and Apple is still way ahead of other companies in terms of web traffic on tablets.

In second place is Amazon with around a 7.3 percent share of web browsing on tablets, third place we have Samsung with a 6.3 percent share, fourth we have Google and their Nexus tablets with a 2.1 percent share.

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New Windows 9 Screenshots Show The Start Menu

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Microsoft has been making a number of changed to Windows 8, the company is also working on the next version of their OS, and now we have some Windows 9 screenshots.

The two Windows 9 screenshots were revealed by the guys over at MYCE, they are from a build of Windows 9 which was compiled on the 13th of July with build number 9795, and they show the return of a Star Menu in Windows 9.

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Apple’s Latest MacBook Air Commercial Is Cool (Video)

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Apple has released a new MacBook Air commercial, the video of the commercial can be seen below, and it shows how people customize their MacBook Air, the advert is called ‘Stickers’.

The video below show the lid of the MacBook Air, with a wide range of stickers that people use to customize their Air, we have featured quite a few of these MacBook decals on Geeky Gadgets over the years.

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Facebook Save for iOS, Android and Web Launches


Social network Facebook has announced the launch of a new Save feature for its iOS and Android apps as well as its website. The feature allows users to store links from the News Feed and Facebook Pages for Places, Event, Movies, TV shows, and music so that you can view them later. The saved links are placed into a list for viewing in one place.

Save doesn’t cache content for offline viewing, but it will give users a way to save links to content they want to keep and read later. The feature will be rolled out over the next few days to users on Android and iOS. The goal is to make it easier for you to skip things you are interested in from your News Feed without losing the content.

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