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Plane Finder Lands On iOS

Plane Finder is a new app for iOS that allows anyone and everyone to track flights flying across the globe in real-time. Not only does it give you real-time updates, but you can also check out global air traffic movements all the way back from 2011 till the present date

Apple iPhone 6 Gets Disassembled In New Video

We are just one week away from Apple's official iPhone 6 announcement event. But for those who want some more scoop, check out this new video that takes viewers through the internals of the upcoming iPhone 6. This is by far the closest look that we have gotten.

Sony Xperia Z3 Compact Images Leaked

Leaked images of the Sony Xperia Z3 Compact are making the rounds of the internet. The trio of images shows us the successor to the Xperia Z1 Compact, which was received really well by the Smartphone community. Sony has mostly kept the design of the original.

Vandrico Trying To Become A Workplace Wearables Platform

Wearable technology has multiple applications, and the consumer and workplace wearables are most likely going to be quite different. On the consumer-side there are already wearable platforms gaining traction, and Vandrico wants to become the main platform

Microsoft Getting Rid Of OneDrive 2GB Limit

Microsoft's cloud storage system OneDrive currently has a 2GB file size limit, but that limit appears to be going away. Some users are now reporting that they can upload files to OneDrive that are larger than 2GB, and Microsoft recently confirmed it would be changing

Vodafone Focusing On Dixons Carphone, Leaves Phones4u

Dixons and Carphone Warehouse joined forces one month ago to create a new phone retailer, Dixons Carphone. That retailer is still young, but it is already signing major deals with wireless service providers that could put its competition out of business. One

Video Looks At How WiFi Reaches Through A House

Anyone with a sufficiently large house has an area that probably doesn't get great WiFi connectivity. The obvious answer for why that is the case is that a certain device is too far from the router, but a college student has looked at the situation a little more

Japanese PS Plus Gamers Will Get 250 PSP Games This Year

In Japan, gamers signed up for PlayStation Plus have a feature called UMD Passport that provides access to some PSP games on Vita at a discount. Sony has announced it will be switching that offer up a little bit by letting PS Plus users play 250 games from
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