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Huawei uses knock off Siri to preview devices being announced at MWC

Huawei, the Chinese hardware manufacturer that has made Android phones and tablets in the past, posted a video on YouTube showing off some sneak peaks of devices it is planning to announce at MWC 2014 later this month. The fashion in which it did so is the reason it has landed a spot on this site, however, with the choice of medium being a ripoff of…

iPhone 5C devices shown “warming up” at Pegatron in leaked picture

We are getting closer by the day to a rumored Apple event that is supposedly happening on September 10th, and we all know what we hope to see there. Aside from the almost obvious iOS 7 and iPhone 5S news, we are highly expecting to see a new, low-end “budget” iPhone that has been dubbed the iPhone 5C. Well, just as almost any company of any product does,…

Deus Ex updated to remove restriction on jailbroken devices, and more

It was big news last week when it was revealed that Deus Ex: The Fall had a very interesting “glitch” in it, of sorts. Apparently, if you are on a jailbroken device, you were unable to fire any weapons. That would be an inconvenient problem to find after spending $6.99 on the game. However, now on version 1.0.3, the game has been updated to remove this…

Former Apple executive hired to lead “smart devices” team at Intel

When you think “Intel”, you most likely do not think “mobile.” Intel and mobile devices have rarely come together. In a bid to try and get into the ever growing mobile market, however, Intel has hired former Apple VP Mike Bell to head up what is called a “smart devices” team. According to AllThingsD, the team will look at “emerging technologies” to create…

iDevices could fall foul of new French ‘culture tax’

According to Reuters, Apple iDevices, along with Android tablets and similar devices could soon come under the weight of a new culture tax in France. Seeking to fund cultural projects amidst the European financial crisis, former Canal Plus CEO Pierre Lescure has alluded to the plans, citing that consumers spend much more money on hardware than on…

Apple backtracks on VPN changes

Following an announcement that Apple would change its VPN On Demand behavior following a VirnetX lawsuit, Apple has backtracked on the changes. The changes were forced by a $368 million judgment in the lawsuit. The changes altered the “Always” configuration to VPN On Demand to “Establish if needed”. However a statement released in Apple’s support…