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NVIDIA has finally announced the much rumored Shield tablet carrying an 8 inch display and a monster GPU. This will finally put an end to the rumors and leaks that we’ve come across over the past couple of months. NVIDIA is also selling a WiFi Direct based wireless controller separately, which costs $59. The tablet comes with an 8 inch 1920 x 1200 resolution display, a 5-megapixel camera on the front and back respectively, the dual core 2.2 GHz dual NVIDIA Tegra K1 SoC with the 192 core Kepler GPU, 2GB of RAM, 16 or 32GB of storage...

Today Samsung has released a new ad for the Galaxy S5 and they are targeting iPhone users once again. For those of you who may be unaware, for the past few month it has been rumored that the new iPhone will come in a new screen size, either 4.7″ or 5.5″ (or both). If that happens that would remove a marketing reason for people to get another device, so Samsung has preemptively put out an ad. The ad clearly goes after users who are waiting on a bigger screened iPhone and showing them they have the option to not wait and buy...

Apple’s iPhone 6 is yet to be officially announced, although we’ve seen plenty of “dummy” units of the device leaking out on the internet. Based on these dummy devices, a manufacturer has already managed to clone the iPhone 6, but running Android 4.4 KitKat. Confused? Well we were too, because the device appears to be running iOS, but at closer inspection it has come to light that it is actually running Android 4.4 KitKat with a heavy UI layering on top. The device is known as the Wico i6 and sports a 4.7 inch...

OnePlus has just teased the arrival of the long awaited wooden back panels for the OnePlus One starting July 22. The teaser posted on the company’s Twitter page says – “Knock On Wood” followed by the July 22 launch date, stating the obvious. Bear in mind, the manufacturer won’t actually sell wooden based OnePlus One units and this will merely be a replaceable back covers for the smartphone as originally promised during launch. So it’s not exactly like the wooden Moto X, which comes with wood based back...

Amazon is now offering up to $50 discount on select models of the Kindle Fire HD and HDX as part of its Back to School promo. The retailer is also offering up to 80% discount on Kindle textbooks and 20% off on accessories. The last gen Kindle Fire HD is up for grabs at $129, while the 64GB Kindle Fire HDX is available for $259. The 8.9 inch variant of the Kindle Fire HDX is available for just $339, which is a great discount on one of the best budget tablets going around. This is easily the best deals on the three tablets you’ll...

If you’ve been fortunate enough to get your hands on the OnePlus One, you will be pleased to know that a new software update has been sent out by the manufacturer. The update promises to fix the slow battery charging bug that users have complained about since launch. Of course, there aren’t a lot of customers of the OnePlus One out there due to the company’s heavily criticized invite only system. However, if you’re lucky enough to own one, make sure you’re on the lookout for an update carrying build number...

Android L has been creating a lot of buzz lately, even though it’s far from being commercially released. Manufacturers have assured their customers that their smartphones will get the update as soon as the final source code is made available. And now, the OnePlus One has been confirmed to be getting the Android L update, but only after 90 days of the update’s release. We’re not sure if they mean 90 days from now or from the date of Android L’s commercial release, but it’s good to have some sort of confirmation...

Samsung has long targeted Apple with their ads, and the new one is no exception. This new ad uses Samsung’s new Ultra Power Saving mode and the fact that you can swap a battery if needed. The ad calls iPhone users “wall huggers,” who are always huddled around outlets looking to charge their devices. As an iPhone user, I am actually a little annoyed at how small the battery is in mAh vs the GS5, but sometimes it’s not that bad. The battery difference is 1,570 mAh in the iPhone 5s and 2800 mAh in the Galaxy S5....