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GameFly can now be used on smart TVs

GameFly can now be used on smart TVs

Game streaming services are a odd thing, Sony has dabbled with the idea by launching PlayStation Now but it hasn’t seemed to catch on. After launching on the Amazon Fire TV, GameFly is described as the “Netflix of Games” but it has various bundles instead of one flat fee – the games are ok with Batman: Arkham Origins and Dirt 3 to name a few. Now the service is available on Samsung smart TVs […]

Aston Martin is taking on Tesla, with a planned 800bhp electric Rapide

Aston Martin is taking on Tesla, with a planned 800bhp electric Rapide

Tesla can’t just reap the benefits from high-end, fast electric cars now can it – what about some healthy competition? That is exactly what we are getting in the form of Aston Martin, the UK based sports car firm is now planning on taking on Tesla with an 800bhp electric version of the Rapide, which will have four wheel drive and a 200 mil range. This model will be initially competing […]

The next version of Android will be called ‘Android Marshmallow’

The next version of Android will be called ‘Android Marshmallow’

Google have now revealed what name the next version of Android will be getting, until now we only knew that the name began with a ‘M’ – hence what Google announced at Google I/O back in June but now Google have annoyed that Android 6.0 ill have the sweet name of Marshmallow. What does Android Marshmallow have for users? Despite having a sweet name, Android 6.0 inlaces a lot of […]

Apple Pay is now supported by 18 new US banks

Apple Pay is now supported by 18 new US banks

Apple Pay, in the US at least is expanding very fast as the list of banks and credit unions which are accepting the payment service grows. This week eighteen new banks and credit unions including Bank of Idaho and Bank First have joined Apple Pay to offer compatibility with debit and credit cards. Apple Pay is currently available in the US where it launched nearly a year ago back in October […]

Vodafone home broadband now live in the UK

Vodafone home broadband now live in the UK

A few months back, Vodafone started selling home broadband in the UK again after it left the market three years ago. The company returned with Connect initially in Manchester which uses the BT Openreach network as a backend. Now, Vodafone has expanded it to the rest of the county as now any customer can now sign up for home broadband with the company. Plenty of companies are offering broadband such as […]

iTunes Festival is coming back, but renamed as Apple Music Festival

iTunes Festival is coming back, but renamed as Apple Music Festival

The famous iTunes Festival is back this year, but not as you know it. For starters it has a rebrand and is named Apple Music Festival which is helping promote the new streaming service and it has a new format. The show will still be held at the Roundhouse in London and the tickets will still be free. Apple is also reducing the total length of the show down to ten nights […]

New Darth Vader PS4 bundle launches

New Darth Vader PS4 bundle launches

News from Alex and Ed Gaming With the new Star Wars film launching later this year – Sony has revealed at D23 that it will be launching two bundle editions of the PS4 later this year in November to celebrate the return of Star Wars by Disney. There are two bundles in total, both are are inspired by the film. One includes Darth Vader artwork covering it which is called Star Wars: Battlefront and the second […]

Apple launches three Apple Music ads

Apple launches three Apple Music ads

  Apple is now heavily pushing Apple Music, -the company’s new streaming service has been available on iOS, Windows and OS X since the end of June now and this latest advertising campaign is the latest in series of ads that Apple has been issuing about Apple Music. I personally have seen a few on YouTube and various other websites promoting it, Apple has even had banners and large posters […]

Google Map Maker now available again following shut down

Google Map Maker now available again following shut down

Last week, Google revealed that the Google Map Maker online tool will now be back up and running after some vandalism three months ago where someone put a Android figure urinating on a Apple logo. The re-launch started last week in a number of countries getting access including Bangladesh, Canada, India, the Ukraine and the Philippines. As well as relaunching the service, Google is also making sure that this kind of […]

OS X Bootcamp now supports Windows 10

OS X Bootcamp now supports Windows 10

Unless your head has been under a rock for the past few weeks, you’d know that Windows 10 has launched, now if you own a Mac you can now join in on the fun as Apple has now added support for Windows 10 in Boot Camp as part of a new update for OS X Yosemite. Boot Camp allows you to dual boot a Mac. As Windows 10 is roughly the […]