Moto 360 Official Demo

The Moto 360 is easily the most exciting upcoming Android Wear device, unfortunately I didn't get a chance to play with it and it doesn't release until later this summer, but Motorola is keeping the excitement up by releasing an official demo video of its own.  As expected, the device looks very slick, and much more appealing than all the other smartwatch's that I have seen so far

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Destiny Beta For Xbox Gets Release Window

Today, Bungie confirmed that Xbox One and Xbox 360 gamers will be able to dive into the Beta after pre-ordering the game “shortly after” that July 17 date that PS4/PS3 gamers will enjoy. So, yes, the timed exclusivity still lies with PlayStation on this one. Here’s how the official text reads on Bungie’s Beta site

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YouTube receives 60FPS Support & Tip Jar

The days of compressed video are nearing their end. YouTube has announced two separate initiatives in favor of those who love watching game videos through its website: long-overdue 60FPS playback and a tip jar for viewers to support their favorite channels. On its Creator Blog, YouTube announced its plans to "launch support for 48 even 60 frames per second in the coming months. "An exclusive look into what the new video streaming will look like has been provided

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Android Will Recieve a "Kill Switch"

Google is soon to announce the next major version of Android sometime soon, maybe next week, during Google I/O, and today the company confirmed the upcoming operating system will include an anti-theft kill switch. In an official statement on Friday the tech giant said it plans to include a "factor rest protection solution," Bloomberg reports, letting the phone's owner remotely disable the device if ever it is stolen

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Amazon To Unviel New Product

Amazon has a big image header on their website that says come see their new product unveiling on the 18th. Judging from this sneak peak at the image provided on their website one can tell mostly likely that it is a smartphone. At first I was thinking maybe it's their new TV set. Then taking a closer look I haven't really seen a TV set top box that was this thin before. Now Amazon can wow us all and steal the show with this but I pretty much 100% sure am betting my lunch on this that it very

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Netflix To Fix Annoyance In OS X Yosemite

As you may know on Windows and Mac PC when watching Netflix you may not do so unless you install the Silverlight Plugin. Well not that is about to change at least on the Mac side of things. In the new and upcoming version of Mac OS X Yosemite Netflix will rely completely on HTML 5 to render the video. This is good in two ways no more having to download another unnecessary plugin to my computer only to visit one website. Secondly this new change will allow up-to two extra hours of playback time. 

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iOS 8 Will Support Third Party Keyboards

Apple will update their keyboard in iOS 8 with predictive typing meaning that Apple will predict the word that you will mostly likely type in next and give it to you then the choice becomes yours whether you want to use that word or not via tap. Also Apple is doing adaptive prediction. Meaning for all cases it will not predict the same thing. If you are talking to a friend and you are talking to your boss when you type both response's will not be the same.

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