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Jealous Siri? Siri Snaps At User For Calling Cortana Instead

jealous Siri

A jealous Siri? Say it isn’t so! The text of an alleged conversation between an Apple mobile device user and Siri went viral on Reddit shortly after being posted on Monday. According to the text, the user mistakenly asked “Cortana” for assistance with finding movie showtimes instead of Siri. Even though Siri could have brushed… Read more »

T-Mobile Galaxy S6 Edge Pre-Orders Filled With Scratches And Dead Pixels

T-Mobile Galaxy S6 Edge

T-Mobile has gone from being a third-rate carrier to completely changing the wireless industry in just three years. But that doesn’t mean they have a right to skip the quality control process for their new phones. Android Authority reveals a problem some T-Mobile customers are having with their Galaxy S6 Edge units, which have shipped… Read more »

#Bendgate: Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus Isn’t The Only Phablet That Bends – Samsung, HTC Have Equally Vulnerable Devices [Video]

Other Phones Bend Too

Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus isn’t the only large-screened device that is susceptible to bending, proved brave testers who risked multiple phones of popular brands. The bending epidemic, commonly referred to as #Bendgate, had beset Apple’s latest iPhone models. However, a group of testers using standard testing equipment proved that it is not just Apple’s devices… Read more »

Samsung Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge Hit iPhone Pre-Order Levels

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge have received universal praise. Now, it appears that sales of both smartphones may match the critical acclaim. The stores that the Inquisitr checked with report incredible pre-orders and excitement. The Verizon retail store in Sherman Oaks, California, reports more than 40 pre-orders, with half of them… Read more »

New 13-Inch Apple MacBook Pro Is A Game Changer, According To Critics

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When Apple announced the 2015 version of the 13-inch MacBook Pro, there wasn’t that much excitement. Many thought it wasn’t a big enough upgrade from the previous MacBook Pro. However, new reviews seem to go against the initial thought. Computerworld believes the new 13-inch MacBook Pro is worth your attention. “This notebook, which starts at… Read more »

Could Microsoft’s New Surface 3 Make Apple’s iPad Obsolete?

Microsoft Surface 3

This morning, Microsoft introduced the 10.8-inch Surface 3 tablet, which runs Window 8.1 and is basically a watered-down version of the Surface Pro 3. Unlike the Surface and Surface 2, Microsoft is not ruining the device by including a watered-down operating system like Windows RT. According to the Microsoft website, the new Surface 3 will… Read more »

Leaked iPhone 6c Images Could Be Fake

iPhone 6c?

Could there be another version of the iPhone 6 on the way? On Monday, the Internet went abuzz after pictures of the alleged 4-inch iPhone 6c leaked. Antony Leather of Forbes describes the alleged iPhone 6c. “Not everyone is a fan of larger smartphones but it seems there’s even more evidence that Apple is indeed… Read more »

EU Warns: Leave Facebook If You Value Your Privacy

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A stark warning has been issued by the European Union: delete your Facebook profile if you don’t want your privacy to be compromised. A report from Naked Security says that the EU is recommending people who don’t wish to have their personal details spied on by US agencies should leave Facebook for good. The statement… Read more »

Slack Confirms App Was Hacked, But Don’t Worry, They’ve Got Your Back

Slack

Slack is a team communication tool that was launched in 2013 by Stewart Butterfield, co-founder of the popular picture-sharing site Flickr. The Slack software was first created by Butterfield’s company, Tiny Speck, for use within the company as it worked on the creation of their MMO (massively multiplayer online game) Glitch, but although the game… Read more »

Samsung Galaxy S6 Exploited With More Bloatware Than iPhone 6

Samsung Galaxy S6

The Samsung Galaxy S6 arrives in stores on April 10, but you may have to spend a lot of time deleting software that you never wanted or needed. According to Gizmodo, bloatware on the Samsung Galaxy S6 is a huge problem. “At first glance, the new S6 and S6 Edge appear to be less cluttered,… Read more »

Facebook Tests Laser Drone Over UK Skies

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Social media giant Facebook has successfully tested a laser drone that’s been circling over the UK, a report from the Guardian can confirm. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said that the drones beam internet access to more rural or disconnected areas of the country that don’t yet have access to the internet. Zuckerberg said that… Read more »

Possible Apple Watch ‘Flop’ Has Apps Released Ahead Of Launch

Apple Watch

Apple fans are cheering for joy. According to MacRumors, apps for the Apple Watch have started showing up. “Ahead of the Apple Watch’s upcoming April 24 launch, apps that include Apple Watch support are beginning to be released in the App Store. As of today, several popular iOS apps have been updated with built-in Apple… Read more »