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  • Mario is heading to the iOS

    Mario is heading to the iOS

    Nintendo has long been a stranger in the mobile gaming space, even though their games are generally suited to be played on small screens such as on smartphones. Not anymore – during the launch of the iPhone 7 event, Nintendo announced that Super Mario Run will be heading to iOS.

  • Rumours: Samsung patents mode which allows Android and Windows simultaneously in one smartphone

    Rumours: Samsung patents mode which allows Android and Windows simultaneously in one smartphone

    We are in the midst of the big recall by Samsung, thanks to their Galaxy Note 7 – but that doesn’t mean the company is sitting still not doing anything. A new patent recently discovered may have revealed their next target – to run both Android and Windows 10 Phone in one single device.

  • OnePlus to combine Hydrogen OS and Oxygen OS to streamline software development

    OnePlus to combine Hydrogen OS and Oxygen OS to streamline software development

    A report online stated that OnePlus is set to combine their two branches into a single OS for faster and better OS development for their customers. Oxygen OS – used in OnePlus devices in the general market – and Hydrogen OS – used in OnePlus devices in the China market – is set to combine together in the near future. Will this news hold water?

  • Opera VPN Now available on Android for free

    Opera VPN Now available on Android for free

    After their purchase of the company SurfEasy that provides easy-to-use VPN apps, Opera has finally released Opera VPN for Android for free as a standalone app.

  • Rumours: Samsung Focus to be the company's version of the Blackberry Hub

    Rumours: Samsung Focus to be the company's version of the Blackberry Hub

    A centralised location for all of your notifications, message and information window is very convenient – ask Blackberry with their hub concept. It seems that Samsung may just bring the same idea to the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 6, with a feature called Samsung Focus