Tech innovations are happening around us all the time and keeping track of each new idea can be difficult. However we couldn’t be more grateful to be existing in these glorious moments of digital evolution.
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Looks like Google Glass will soon have a new competitor, from electronics giant Samsung. The South Korean company is planning to launch a new glasses-based computing device, provisionally named the ‘Galaxy Glass’.
Reuters reported today that Microsoft has tied up with Japan-based Klab to bring several of its console (Xbox) and PC games to Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS platform. The best part…Microsoft’s popular “Age of the Empires” will be available as a “free-to-play” game by the end of 2013.
Just when Apple made us all believe that 4-inch is the optimal size for a smartphone and any bigger is just bad for usability, Reuters reported that the company may actually be looking to build 4.7 and 5.7 inch iPhones eventually. Of course this may likely be a rumor, and for a company of Apple’s size to implement a decision like that, may take at least several more quarters or even years.