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$158 Million Settlement between Sprint and Verizon Offering Customers to Seek Refund by December 31st

Both Sprint and Verizon agreed to pay $158 million to the customers as a part of the federal settlement between the two companies. All those customers, who have been charged illegally over wireless phone bills have been requested to get their claims refunded by December 31st either through... read more

Samsung Releases First Galaxy (2016) TV Commercial Ad for A Series

Samsung Galaxy today launches its first Galaxy A (2016) TV commercial to aware the world of its new family of smartphones. Recently, Samsung released the second generation of their Galaxy A series, which includes new versions of the Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5, Galaxy A7 and the Galaxy A9. Starting... read more

Samsung’s VR Headsets Could Offer Tough Competition in VR Segment

A long list of companies nowadays is busy developing virtual reality (VR) headsets, and the recent one to join the queue is Samsung. The company’s new headsets are attracting huge public after it released of a sample video showing basketball star LeBron James.

Samsung, for the launch of... read more

Report: ‘Rise of the Tomb Raider’ will be launched on PC in Jan 2016

According to a Gamespot report, Crystal Dynamics and Square Enix will probably release a PC version of ‘Rise of the Tomb Raider’ game in January 2016.

The Gamespot report is based on the listing of ‘Rise of the Tomb Raider’ spotted on Steam. The game was initially launched as a timed... read more

Sony to help Stoic launch PS Vita version of ‘The Banner Saga’

In a recent announcement, Sony has revealed that it will help game developer Stoic in bringing its ‘The Banner Saga’ tactical fantasy indie game to the PlayStation Vita handheld gaming console. The Banner Saga was launched by Stoic two nearly two years back on Windows, OS X, iOS, and Android... read more

Steam users able to access other user accounts and personal information after hacking incident

Gone are the days when hacking used to give goose bumps! Nowadays, getting system hacked is common practice and similar case happened with Steam, the world’s largest PC gaming platform. It has been reported that some sort of malfunction or breach has hit Steam allowing users to access other... read more

Ferrari Recalls 185 Luxury California T Cars over Possible Fuel Leaks

Because of the risk of fuel leaks, Ferrari North America Inc. is recalling the 2016 California T convertibles it made over a two-month period this year. Recalling includes vehicles that were made from September 8 to November 11, 2015 and are at the risk of fuel line connection. On Tuesday, in an... read more

Google reportedly working on new AI-powered messaging service

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) has revealed in a recent report that tech giant Google is apparently planning to launch a new online messaging service powered by artificial intelligence (AI).

According to the details revealed by WSJ’s unidentified sources, Google has reportedly been working... read more

Samsung Welcomes Ultrathin, All-Metal Galaxy A9 with 4000 mAh Battery in China

During the Galaxy A Party 2016 event, Samsung announced its most high-end Smartphone in the Galaxy A lineup, Galaxy A9, with 4,000 mAh battery in China. The largest of the Galaxy A-series family of devices has now been announced by Samsung. From past few weeks, Samsung has been revealing the... read more

ARCA Space Corporation announces Vaporware Hoverboard for $19,900

ARCA Space Corporation has announced a hoverboard that can run for six-minutes and can support up to 80 kg weight. The hoverboard has been priced at $19,900 by the company and will be available by April 2016.

For adventure lovers, hoverboards are fun and have been in demand in the recent... read more

Hurry Up! Verizon and Sprint customers have week’s time to claim ‘cramming’ refunds

Just a week is left for Verizon and Sprint customers to claim a refund for unauthorized charges in their mobile bills. In May, both the companies have entered into ‘cramming’ settlement with the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) worth $158 million.

Current and former subscribers who... read more

Newly Leaked Cover Images provide sneak peep into Samsung Galaxy S7’s look

Over the past few weeks, there have been a crazy lot of rumors surrounding Samsung’s Galaxy S7. The craze about the gadget’s look went altogether to a new level when new images were leaked online showing the cover cases of Samsung Galaxy S7 providing a hint about how it will look.

It is... read more

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