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Amazon has just launched two new data storage plans which will completely change the way you look at cloud storage services around you. With the new “Unlimited Everything” plan, Amazon will give you unlimited cloud storage for just $59.99 per year. There’s also an “Unlimited Photo” option which will let you store unlimited number of images. This plan comes with 5GB of additional data for videos and other files. Amazon is already offering unlimited photo storage to its Prime users and that won’t change...

In an announcement today, Microsoft has announced that they are partnering with nearly a dozen Android manufacturers to put their apps on the hardware that is made. Two major partners are Dell and Samsung, but there are also smaller manufacturers that will be part of this program: TrekStor of Germany JP Sa Couto of Portugal Datamatic of Italy DEXP of Russia Hipstreet of Canada QMobile of Pakistan Tecno of Africa, Casper of Turkey Pegatron The agreement between Microsoft and these manufacturers is that Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote,...

Gaming accessories for Android devices have a decent market out there. We’ve seen the likes of Ouya and several others doing pretty well in this market segment. It seems like Chinese OEM OnePlus could also step into the gaming accessories segment by launching a game controller. The company hasn’t made anything official yet, but has dropped hints through social portals, which leaves very little to the imagination. One of the teaser says – “You’re in control” while another simply says “Start a new...

Android users can now get apps worth $105 for free courtesy of the Amazon Appstore. Amazon has held deals like these before, so it’s nothing new for Android users. This fresh deal includes titles like World of Goo, Cut The Rope, Atomus HD and plenty more, all of which combined usually cost $105, so this is well worth your time. Critically acclaimed game Kingdom Rush Origins is also included in the list, which is a game that usually sells for $3.49. We’re not sure how long the deal will last, but it makes sense to make use...

OnePlus has posted a lengthy explanation on its forum regarding the delay in rolling out the Android 5.0 update for the OnePlus One. The company only speaks about the Oxygen OS related delays as it doesn’t control the Cyanogen OS updates. Either way, the company believes that both versions should be ready for download before the end of this month. The company mentioned that there were some camera compatibility issues with the Oxygen OS ROM, which meant that they had to rebuild it from scratch. There was also an OS signing issue...

In a post on their forums, OnePlus has announced that Lollipop is coming very soon to the OnePlus One. The CyanogenMod 12S OTA update will arrive either on or before March 30, 2015, updating the current Cyanogen-based platform. And OxygenOS, the new firmware being developed in-house by OnePlus, will be released either on or before March 27, 2015. OnePlus is so confident that these updates will be released on time, that if they don’t, they will give away five free 64 GB devices to fans. While current owners may not care about...

OnePlus celebrated its 1 year anniversary in December by launching a 10,000 power bank meant for mobile devices. However, the company only gave out a tentative “early next year” release date for the accessory. It now seems like the time has come for the power bank to go official as the company has sent out a teaser which mentions a March 17 release date for the device. It’s pretty self explanatory as we can see the power bank in the teaser, while the words “Ready… Charge!” don’t leave anything...

In a bid to increase user base and popularity of its virtual assistant app, Microsoft is reportedly bringing Cortana to rival platforms like Android and iOS. It is said that Cortana will make its way to the two platforms as a standalone app, something like Google Search on iOS which brings the goodness of Google now to iPhone owners. This is a good move by Microsoft and will ensure that Android and iOS users give Microsoft’s virtual assistant a try. As it stands right now, Google Now is the best when it comes to performing web tasks...