Category Archives: Other Stuff

Bose sues Beats for allegedly infringing on its headphone noise-cancellation patents

Bose, the popular audio electronics maker has sued Beats Electronics for allegedly infringing on its headphone noise-cancellation patents. Bose has filed a lawsuit against Beats in a U.S. District Court. The company claims that Beats has infringed on its five different patents. Beats ‘Studio’ products and noise-cancellation headphones are under Bose’ scrutiny for infringing on its five…

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MediaTek MT6595 octa-core chipset with 4G, QHD support and more to be announced soon

MediaTek chipsets have been synonymous with value for money and affordable smartphones and the company is planning to launch another brand new CPU aimed at the mid-range. According to sources in China, MediaTek will unveil the MT6595 chipset tomorrow. According to these sources, the new Mediatek chipset features 8 cores, four Cortex-A17 cores and four Cortex-A7…

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YouTube finally starts supporting 60 fps videos

After much wait and request, YouTube has finally started supporting videos with frame rate up to 60 fps. So, all you videographers out there can finally start uploading videos in higher frame rate. YouTube previously supported videos with frame rate up to 30 fps. Even if you uploaded videos with frame rate above 30 fps,…

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Google unveils Android Auto platform for cars

It’s been a Google day today. At the Google’s annual I/O conference, Google has made several announcements including Android L Developer Preview, Android One, Android Wear full SDK and new smartwatches, Android TV and Android Auto. Google has unveiled Android Auto in an attempt to get into your car. It is Google’s answer to Apple’s CarPlay,…

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Google announces Android TV, coming in 2015

Google has just announced Android TV and it’s another attempt from the company to enter your living room. According to Google, Android TV is not a new platform but a form factor Android has always supported. Android TV is designed under the newly unveiled Material Design guidelines. It will offer you movies, music, games, apps and TV series from…

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Android Wear gets detailed, full SDK released

Android Wear was announced three months back and today, at the ongoing Google I/O Conference, Google has finally detailed its features. Google has also released the full Android Wear SDK. In related news, Google has also announced Android One and the next major release of Android dubbed Android L. As we already know, Android Wear…

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Windows 8.1 with Bing for low cost devices announced

Microsoft has been working hard to make Windows affordable for everyone. Recently, the Redmond giant made Windows and Windows Phone free for devices featuring displays less than the 9-inch mark. Today, Microsoft has announced a new Windows version, Windows 8.1 with Bing for low cost devices. Windows 8.1 with Bing is only available to manufacturers…

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