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Allemagne-Algérie : Le sceau des champions

« <i>Avant d'y pénétrer pour la première fois, tu l'imagines, mais tu ne sais pas ce que c'est un ring. Tu ne sais pas ce que ça fait de prendre des</i> …

World Cup: Argentina fans go wild on Copacabana Beach after Swiss victory

Fans throw a beach party on the famous Rio de Janeiro beach to celebrate Argentina entering the World Cup quarter-finals<p><b>Argentina</b> sealed its place in the <b>World Cup</b> quarter-finals with a 1-0 win over <b>Switzerland</b> at Sao Paulo’s Arena Corinthians on Tuesday.<p>Fans of the Albiceleste celebrated in the …

Make your Android Device Smarter with these Handy Apps

The leap from feature phones to smartphones didn’t happen overnight. Slowly but steadily, our phones grew smarter and smarter until they’d become capable enough that we could fulfil most of our computing needs on these pocket-sized devices. The onset of powerful third-party apps spurred that …

The Latest from Brazil

Switzerland's Ricardo Rodriguez jumps for the ball with Argentina's Angel Di Maria. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado

Steve Wozniak: Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch is ‘worthless’

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak describes a Samsung smartwatch as “worthless” and says he could only stand using it for half a day.<p>Wozniak says he loves the idea of a smartwatch and bought the £300 Samsung Galaxy Gear, released in September 2013, to try out Android-based smartwatches. Despite his …

Google’s killer Android L feature: Up to 36% more battery life thanks to Project Volta

Advertisement<p>7 Comments<p>When the next version of Android arrives, don’t be surprised if your phone can run longer on a single charge. Project Volta, …

iOS 7.1.2 released

With all of the hubbub around iOS 8, it's worth remembering that iOS 7 is still around and still being maintained by Apple. In fact, this week Apple rolled out an update, iOS 7.1.2, which offers bug fixes and security updates. Many of the fixes are related to barcode scanning and iBeacon. The 23.1 …