A lot of people have been begging for a dislike button on Facebook. We all have those friends that just post things we want to dislike. It’s human nature. And Mark Zuckerberg announced today that a dislike button is in the works, though it’s not quite what people wanted.
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Google released a new preview build of Android 6.0 Marshmallow just two days ago, but it seems something was forgotten or left unfixed. Now Google has posted new image files for the Marshmallow preview, bumping the build from MPA44G to MPA44I.
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I’ve been using SwiftKey for ages and have converted many to the keyboard due to its great predictive engine and many features. But the company is releasing a new keyboard in beta today, and it’s aimed at simplifying the typing experience and letting you focus on what you’re typing. No, it’s not some new and ... Read More »
Jolla Sailfish OS is definitely an interesting operating system, and I must say, some of the features are quite nice. Of course, it’s not enough to leave Android for most of us. But we might be getting the best of both worlds eventually, as Jolla is planning to release a launcher based on the Sailfish ... Read More »
The Razer Nabu is a very interesting take on the smart band. While most manufacturers focus their smart bands on exercise tracking, Razer is trying to create something that will assist you in many other aspects of life. It can show you notifications, ... Read More »
The OnePlus One is starting to get some serious attention. With the latest leaked images of the device (and I must say, it looks good), there’s little that we don’t know about the device hardware. However, the camera is always the ... Read More »