Daniel Kipping

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    HTC announces the One A9…

    Early this morning, HTC’s Jason Mackenzie and Drew Bamford took the stage live from Brooklyn’s Barclays Center to announce the newest addition to the One smartphone family: the One A9. Available in the first week of November “globally”, the One A9 seems as though it’s going to target the...
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    Microsoft unveils new Lumia devices…

    Microsoft’s ‘#Windows10devices’ event has been garnering some genuine excitement and interest in the weeks leading up to it. It has been all but confirmed by, speaking loosely, everybody, that we were to expect new Lumia devices. And Microsoft delivered. Two new handsets, the Lumia 950 and 950 XL, were given...
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    Google’s unveils why there’s “S’more to love” about Nexus smartphones…

    Google officially announced the latest iteration of its Android operating system, dubbed Marshmallow, earlier in the year. Since then, it hasn’t taken much more than a brief Web search to gather details relating to how Android 6.0 will help shape new devices and services from Google. This morning, we learned...
  • MakerBot introduces Composite Filaments.

    MakerBot is arguably the “biggest” name in consumer-grade 3D Printers, and at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show they have come to the party in a huge way after announcing a new line of filament. Dubbed Composite PLA, these four new flavours of filament will allow makers to create more beautiful and...
  • Netflix on international streamers [Updated]

    Update: Netflix has since told Engadget that they have not changed their policy. Here’s the latest: Netflix tells us that there’s been “no change” in the way it handles VPNs, so you shouldn’t have to worry about the company getting tough any time soon. With that said, these blocking...
  • Cortana on Windows 10 spotted in action.

    While Windows 10 is not expected to be available to the public until well into 2015, glimpses of what users can expect have been slowly making their way onto the Internet recently. The below video, provided by WinBeta, grants us a peek at Cortana’s introduction to the Windows desktop...
  • Bluetooth 4.2 specifications approved.

      The Bluetooth Special Interest Group has just announced its approval for the core specification of Bluetooth 4.2, yet another revision of the wireless technology standard we’ve grown with since its inception. There are a number of improvements that revision 4.2 will bring to the table. These include: – IoT-friendly. Devices...
  • Bitcoin ATMs to begin operating in Australia…

    Bitcoin is arguably one of the most hot topics of conversation floating around the industry, in recent times. So much so, that it’s become difficult to decipher exactly where this exciting, new cryptocurrency is heading. This being said, however, a company titled Australian Bitcoin ATMs has recently, in a...
  • MakerBot brings Thingiverse to Android

    Who doesn’t love Thingiverse? With such a huge library of Things to choose from, you can always find something that will quench your thirst to print somewhat useful plastic objects. To add to the already high availability of this fantastic service, MakerBot has announced that Android users will be able...