Y-Power Backup Battery Offers Dual Charging And Car Charger (video)

Backup Battery

A new 3,000 mAh pocket backup battery pack called the Y-Power has been unveiled this week by its creators Industry 86 and incorporates the ability to dual charge two devices at the same time and can be chargers via a 12v lighter socket.

The handy backup battery is equipped with a car charger and also an LED flashlight and is capable of charging both iOS and Android devices as well as any other USB device you might have.

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Pillar Teaser Trailer Provides A Look At Puzzle, Stealth, Strategy Exploration Game (video)

Pillar Teaser Trailer

Gamers are sure to enjoy a new trailer and soundtrack which have been released today for the new game Pillar, which is type of a puzzle game that includes elements of strategy, stealth and exploration.

The Pillar game also includes a variety of different gaming characters and will be available to play on PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox 360, check out the trailer below to learn more about this unique game.

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Micromax Yureka CyanogenMod Smartphone Announced

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Micromax has announced their first CyanogenMod smartphone, the Micromax Yureka which is launching in India, the handset will retail for Rs 8,999 which is about $142 at the current exchange rate.

The Micromax Yureka will come with a custom CyanogenMod 11 ROM, and the handset features a 5.5 inch HD display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels.

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UK Mobile Carriers Will Boost Coverage In New Deal

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The UK Government has been pushing the various UK mobile carriers to improve coverage throughout the UK, and have even tried to get the carriers to agree to national roaming, which they rejected.

The Government has now announced a new deal with four of the major mobile carriers in the UK, and this includes EE, Three, Vodafone and O2, where they will improve overall coverage and reduce ‘not spots’ around the UK.

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Gold Plated Samsung Galaxy Note Edge Spotted in Vietnam

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge

If the standard Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is not your thing, and have some extra cash to spend, a gold-plated version of the handset has popped up in Vietnam.

The images show a gold-plated version of the handset most on the metallic sides and the area around the camera lens, and home button of the smartphone. However, it’s not officially announced at the moment.

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LG WebOS TV 2.0 Coming At CES

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LG has announced that it will be showing of its WebOS TV 2.0 at CES 2015 in January, according to LG the new software is designed to ‘enhance the key features’ of their existing WebOS devices.

LG’s WebOS 2.0 will come with a wide range of new features, and the company has announced that they have sold a total of 8 million webOS enabled TVs.

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BlackBerry Classic Is Finally Official

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BlackBerry have been teasing their new BlackBerry Classic smartphone over the last few months, the handset is now official and we have all the specifications on this new classic BlackBerry device.

The BlackBerry Classic is equipped with a 3.5 inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 720 x 720 pixels and 294 pixels per inch.

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Netflix will not offer offline playback

netflix logoIf you were hoping that Netflix would offer offline playback, we have some bad news. Netflix will not be allowing users to cache television shows and movies for later playback. In an interview, Director of Corporate Communications and Technology Cliff Edwards denied that Netflix would offer offline storage of content, categorically stating “It’s never going to happen.”

Edwards said that storing videos for offline viewing was a “short term fix for a bigger problem” in terms of connectivity. The company believes that Internet connections will become more prevalent and improve in quality, including in places like planes. Edwards thinks that these connectivity issues will not be an issue in the long term. He may be right, though I’m sure many users still would like it.
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