This is how apps will look like on a 4.7-inch iPhone 6

One of the biggest changes expected in the upcoming iPhone 6 is the increase in screen size. Apple has lagged behind competition when it comes to providing large screens. The iPhone currently sits at 4-inch, where as competition from Android has crossed the 5-inch mark. This year Apple is expected to release not one, but two new iPhones. One of these will come with a 4.7-inch display. Big display means more content displayed on the screen. So how will apps look on such a large display? A user over at TheVerge forums has come up with a mockup that looks pretty close to what is expected.

iphone 6 mockup

Motorola Moto E specs leak: slimmer, affordable and compact

Motorola seems to be on a roll these days. They launched Moto G and Moto X last year, both of which were well received by both critics and customers. The Moto G is probably the highest selling budget Android phone right now. For $199, it is the best Android experience you can get and its really popular in developing countries like Brazil, India and Mexico. According to a latest leak, Motorola has now prepared Moto E; this is an even slimmer and compact phone with an affordable price tag.

Moto E

OnePlus One press renders leaked

The smartphone world that we know of is dominated by the likes of Apple, Samsung, HTC, Sony LG and a few other manufacturers. But recently, a new company has started to create a lot of hype. It started off as a KickStarter campaign, but has now reached a point where it will be released just four days from now. It is called OnePlus One. With so much hype for a phone that nobody has ever heard off, the lack of any real pictures to show what the actual thing will look like was a little odd. Not anymore though. The images below are supposedly leaked press renders of this mythical phone.


Google rumoured to be working on a $100 Nexus phone

The Nexus phones from Google have been some of the most well received Android phones of its time. They are the only phones by mainstream manufacturers that run an unadulterated version of Android. And they are a rarity in the Android world for another reason as well: timely OS updates. What has made Nexus phones desirable can also be attributed to the price Google charges for them. The latest Nexus 5 costs only $350 from the Play Store. The phone has nearly identical specs to phones that cost twice as much. You certainly cannot ask for better value for money. Or can you?

Nexus 5

Unboxing: Nokia X

Nokia X for many has been a dream in the making for over two years. An Android phone made by Nokia. Ever since the Finnish giant decided to jump on the Windows Phone bandwagon almost exclusively, they have produced some of the best looking phones. The problem for many was the OS it ran. So when Nokia announced that they’re making a phone running Android, naturally everyone was ecstatic. But Nokia X is a low end device. It runs AOSP Android, and it cannot run any app developed by Google. But it is real, and for all intents and purposes, it is here to stay.

Nokia X

AMD to launch new Never Settle Forever game bundle on April 21

AMD is set to disclose its new game bundle named “Never Settle Forever” on April 21st. This time there would be a list of games that would be included in order to choose from. Never Settle Forever will be updating with its own set of changes for the program. As usual, the games are only for Windows and come in the form of a code which is valid for redemption following a qualified purchase.

AMD Never Settle Forever

Older Sony Xperia Z phones to receive KitKat update starting May

Sony does not have the best of reputation when it comes to updating its phones to newer versions of Android. However the company has begun to take a turn for the better recently. The Xperia Z1, which was released last year, has already received the Android 4.4 update. Now Sony is turning its attention to an even older series of phones. This includes the original Xperia Z, Xperia ZL, Xperia ZR and Xperia Tablet Z. All of these phones will start receiving the Android 4.4 KitKat update starting next month.

xperia z1

LG G3 to launch this summer with 2560 x 1440 resolution screen

This year was suppose to be a year of the high resolution screen smartphones. So far though have yet to see even a single phone cross the 1080p mark. All flagship phones released thus far, including ones from Samsung, HTC and Sony have all sported 1920 x 1080 screens. However we’re not even half way through 2014 yet. 2K phones are coming, and it looks as if the first mainstream smartphone to offer it will be the LG G3. We have heard about this phone before as well. But this time, it’s all but official.


Here are the devices officially compatible with Samsung Gear

Samsung has dove headfirst into the smartwatch and fitness tracker race. With the release of the Galaxy S5, the company also unveiled the new Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo smartwatches. These are successors to the somewhat disappointing Galaxy Gear smartwatch from last year. Samsung also released a new Gear Fit fitness tracker. While all these smart devices certainly do look tempting, there is one catch to using them: they are only compatible with Samsung devices. But which devices are these?


Noctua NH-D15 Review

PC cooling industry has changed a lot in last couple of years. The air cooling solutions have run out of both space and innovation. Basically, the cooling solutions seem to have reached the maximum potential of air cooling while still being reasonable in size or outputting reasonable amount of noise. We are currently going through another major shift and that is towards mobile devices. Desktops are being abandoned for laptops, laptops are being abandoned for tablets and many new smart devices have emerged as well. This has definitely shifted users focus from desktop computers. The dedicated overclocking community is still growing however general computer users or people who did do overclocking occasionally are moving towards other forms of computers.

Noctua NH-D15