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Google to reportedly release Android Wear app for iOs devices

With a lot of skepticism and not much excitement about the soon-to-be released Apple Watch, Google is reportedly already preparing to venture into the tough world of iOS users and release the Android Wear app for iPhone and iPad users. A French technology website is citing sources close to the tech giant, saying this is not a too far-out possibility as they are trying to expand their wearable market, even beyond the already large Android-using market.

Power up to 5 devices with FlexiCharger

Most people nowadays, particularly those from this digital generation, probably have more than 2 devices that they constantly use, and the batteries of these gadgets will most likely not last the entire day. Another problem facing multiple-gadget owners is the fact that there are sometimes limited outlets in which to recharge our poor ole devices. A new IndieGoGo campaign aims to solve that problem by bringing you the FlexiCharger, which can charge up to 5 devices through both wired and wireless means.

Synaptics now has fingerprint sensors for mobile devices

While smartphones with fingerprint sensors are still in the early stages, with just a few devices bearing this new tech, forecasts are saying that it will be one of the next big things for smartphones and tablets. There were just 317 million units that were fingerprint sensor-enabled by the end of 2014, but it's expected to rise to 1.4 billion units by 2020. Human interface solution provider Synaptics has announced they are branching out into fingerprint sensors, and they are looking at high-end mobile devices for their product.

Pebble embraces the future with Time Steel, Smartstraps

Pebble is obviously on a roll. After surprising the smartwatch world by announcing the colored display Pebble Time, which, by the way, now stands at $12 million when it was only looking for $500,000, it is now announcing not one but two "forward looking" glad tidings to its fans. The smartwatch pioneer and Kickstarter darling is revealing its concept for what it call Smartstraps. But end users and owners will probably be more excited for the other news: the stainless steel clad Pebble Time Steel.

Madfinger announces zombie shooter called “Unkilled”

Considering that the outfit almost exclusively puts out zombie games, it’s not at all surprising that Madfinger has come out with a zombie shooter as its next title. The game is called “Unkilled” and it features great quality visuals, something of a trademark from Madfinger’s games. Hopefully the game is as addictive and engaging as they tout it to be.

Mad Catz showing off two handheld mobile accessories at MWC

For gamers and all those who follow the gaming industry, Mad Catz will be a familiar name – manufacturers of uber-cool gaming accessories for different platforms. As the Mobile World Congress 2015 chugs along in Barcelona, you may see these two new handheld products from mad Catz on display at their booth – the first is a multifunctional media and mobile gaming controller in the Mad Catz S.U.R.F.R, and the second is a dedicated but multi-platform gaming controller in the Mad Catz L.Y.N.X.

Ikea announces new furniture line with wireless charging

With the multiple number of gadgets that we normally have, getting a place to charge these devices can sometimes be a challenge, even when we're in our own homes. That is why wireless charging will surely become the next big thing in technology, if we want our devices to "survive". World-famous furniture retailer IKEA has announced they are launching a new line of products that will not just bear their iconic look, but will also have wireless charging capabilities.

Acer announces new members of its Liquid smartphone series

New Mobile World Congress, new smartphones in the market to choose from. Acer announced in time for the tech convention in Barcelona two new affordable smartphones in their Liquid series: the Z220 and the Z520. The former is being touted as an affordable secondary device for those who are not just content with one or may need another one for business or extra activities while the latter is shown off for its multi-media capabilities.

Samsung announces first 128 GB memory based on UFS 2.0 spec

Mobile CPUs and GPUs have becoming faster and, with the introduction of LPDDR4, so is RAM. That leaves internal storage or flash memory as the bottleneck of a device's performance. Well, not anymore, at least if Samsung's promises are to be believed. The manufacturer has just revealed a memory chip that is claimed to be the industry's first 128 GB capacity flash storage that adheres to the not exactly new Universal Flash Storage 2.0 standard that promises SSD speeds at the power consumption level of eMMC.
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