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Xiaomi teases new Redmi for January 4, TENAA has clues

Xiaomi teases new Redmi for January 4, TENAA has clues

CES 2015 is just a few days away and so the energy around what's coming and what's hot is starting to build up. Xiaomi, the Chinese manufacturer who is quickly gaining international renown, won't be passing up the chance to say something around that time as well. Over at Google+, Xiaomi teased its fans that it has an all new Redmi prepared for January 4. While the company is tight-lipped what it will be, as any surprise would go, China's TENAA agency might be holding clues to what might very well be the successor to the budget-friendly Redmi 1S.

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Alcatel teases Palm fans with possible brand comeback

Alcatel teases Palm fans with possible brand comeback

Palm was the company behind some of the original PDAs that some fans of the iPhone and Android devices today cut their teeth on. Palm was unable to compete when the smartphone boom started in earnest and eventually went out of business with the name and patents belonging to several companies before winding up with HP. HP only wanted the webOS operating system from Palm and left the company name defunct before webOS failed too and disappeared.

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DTS teases DTS:X for home theaters, available in 2015

DTS teases DTS:X for home theaters, available in 2015

DTS makes things you can hear, but not touch. Though you may not realize it straight away, that great sound coming from your smartphone, tablet, or home theater system may be due to DTS. The Lamborghini Tauri phone is the latest to have DTS, signaling their high-end engagement with customers. Now, DTS is teasing something new for us, though details are a bit tight. DTS:X is a new, object-based codec for use in various hardware components, and will come out in March 2015.

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Microsoft teases new Lumia phone coming November 11

Microsoft teases new Lumia phone coming November 11

Apparently it hasn't taken long for Microsoft to fully lay claim to its shiny new non-Nokia Microsoft-only Lumia name. After a brief sighting of a Microsoft smartphone at TENAA earlier this week, Microsoft is officially teasing the public and its fans with what would be the first Microsoft Lumia smartphone in history. With nothing but a cropped section of what seems to be the same leaked device, Microsoft is saying that it has #MoreLumia in store for everyone. But you'll have to wait for November 11 to find out what.

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Call of Duty Advanced Warfare live action trailer: movie time

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare live action trailer: movie time

So you've seen the gameplay trailers and the cinematic trailers for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. But have you seen real human beings wearing those war machine outfits and blasting caps through the heads of their opponents? It's time to do that now. This isn't Iron Man, and it's not Elysium. This is Advanced Warfare, and it's going to be kind crazy. The kind of crazy that includes flying bikes, big ol' guns, and the kind of wearables that let you punch through 5-inch-thick metal doors.

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Assassin’s Creed Unity: Time Anomaly gets wicked weird

Assassin’s Creed Unity: Time Anomaly gets wicked weird

If you thought you'd only be in Paris during the French Revolution in Assassin's Creed: Unity, you'd be wrong. The French Revolution Simulation is collapsing. All of Assassin's Creed is a simulation, after all. You're about to be dropped in a different time entirely. Steampunk? Naw. Dropping in via Mr. Peabody and Sherman? Time travel can only be done that way in real life, of course. Looks like World War 1 atop the Eiffel Tower to us, how about you? Time to make the jump.

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Samsung teases Android Lollipop for the Galaxy Note 4

Samsung teases Android Lollipop for the Galaxy Note 4

Samsung has finally spoken up about Android 5.0. Or rather, in this case, it's more like a whisper. But we'll take anything over the silence it has been observing for almost a week now. Over at its Twitter account, the Korean OEM is actually advertising the Galaxy Note 4's QHD Super AMOLED display, but it is using a screen filled with bright colored candy of the lollipop kind. It is effectively hinting that Android Lollipop will be coming soon. As to when, we still don't know.

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Microsoft China “accidentally” mentions Windows 9 name

Microsoft China “accidentally” mentions Windows 9 name

Whether companies like it or not, teasers and leaks are a fact of life. But sometimes, they accidentally give out information themselves, sometimes to the point that you wonder whether it was really an innocent clerical error or a cunning marketing ploy. That might just be the case here when Microsoft's Weibo account managed to mention "Windows 9" in a short-lived teaser post.

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