15-year-old crashes his brand new Aston Martin
Jan10

15-year-old crashes his brand new Aston Martin

You wouldn’t expect a 15-year old boy to his own Aston Martin, let alone him getting behind the wheel right? Well, think again. A Russian soccer player, brought himself an Aston Martin and then collided with a Volkswagen Tiguan after 3 days of owning the vehicle. The driver was Konstantin P., a goalkeeper for the Zenit-84 soccer team. The teen told the officials that the Tiguan came out of nowhere at 50miles-per-hour (80km/h) while he was driving into an intersection at 25-30mph (40-50km/h) when he collided. Nobody was reported to be hurt in the accident. We don’t know how a 15-year-old-boy came into so much money, to buy himself an Aston Martin but it doesn’t look like he was responsible enough to drive a Sports Car such as this. What do you think? Let us know...

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Lenovo Vibe Band VB10 officially available!
Jan07

Lenovo Vibe Band VB10 officially available!

Lenovo has entered the wearable market with the Vibe Band VB10, a smart band with a 1.43-inch E-ink display of 296x128pixels. The VB10 can last up to 7-days with its display and BlueTooth ALWAYS turned on. It has an IP67-certified waterproofing, and can take 1M of water for a maximum of 30-minutes. The band works with Android and iOS smartphones and has a few fitness tracking capabilities, such as steps, calories, distance and sleep. The Smartband receives notifications such as calls, texts, FaceBook, Twitter and WeChat messages, which are up to 200-characters. It will also have a functionality which will make sure you don’t leave your phone behind anywhere. It only weighs 30-grams and is extremely light, and is available in Black and Silver. The band will be available in April for...

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Sony unveils a Steel version of their SmartWatch 3, available next month!
Jan07

Sony unveils a Steel version of their SmartWatch 3, available next month!

Just a little after it went on sale, Sony unveiled a Stainless Steel version of their SmartWatch 3 which makes it a slightly fashionable choice, it will globally be available from next month. Apart from the new look, nothing else has changed. It still has the 1.6-inch 320×320 pixel transflective LCD, a Qualcomm processor, built-in GPS and a standard microUSB port for charging, the water and dust resistance has been upgraded from IP58 to IP68. Also, Sony has unveiled a new SmartWatch 3 holder, which allows you to customise the smartwatch with any standard 24mm watch strap, also available early this...

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iPhone 6 and 6 Plus now available SIM-free in the US
Jan07

iPhone 6 and 6 Plus now available SIM-free in the US

Customers in the US can now purchase iPhone 6 and 6 Plus handsets unlocked, and SIM-free from Apple’s retail stores, and online stores, from the 6th of January onwards. The base model, 16GB iPhone 6, starts at $649 with prices increasing by $100 per storage increase. iPhone 6 Plus prices start $100 higher than that of the iPhone 6 at $749, again increasing by $100 with each higher capacity storage option. Basically, SIM-free means the device comes with no SIM preinstalled in the device, and is not locked on any carrier, which means you can use it with any SIM, anywhere in the world without having the need to get it manually unlocked. SIM-free models show a 3.5-business day shipping online. What do you think? Will you be picking one up? Let us know...

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Apple increases the price for it’s developer program, in some countries
Jan05

Apple increases the price for it’s developer program, in some countries

Apple has made a few adjustments to the yearly fee for the developer program in several countries, in Europe. German developers now have an increase in their yearly fee, from €80 ($96) to €99 ($119), whilst Apple’s yearly fee in the US remains unchanged at $99. The price has also changed from UK developers from £60 ($92) a year to £79 ($112). And it’s not just the Developer Program which sees price changed, a few Apple products are also seeing price hikes in a few countries, the prices for the Mac, iPhone and iPod in Turkey have the highest price increases. Norwegian consumers also face higher prices for the new iMac and Retina 5K display and the iPhone 6 seeing 8.3% and 12% increases. The MacBook Pro with Retina display ended up receiving the biggest price jump seen in the past going from 10,790 kr to 12,590 kr. What do you think about this? Let us know...

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