Round-up Wednesday: The LG G3 might be getting a 2K display and other news you might have missed

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LG G3 leak points to a pixel-packed 2K display

LG G3 leak points to a 2K display

So far, all flagship phones seem to be stuck on Full HD, 1080p displays, and there's really nothing wrong with that. Things might be changing soon however, courtesy of LG. In a recent revelation by serial leaker @evleaks, what seems to be LG G3 specs are shown to have a 2560 x 1440 resolution screen. If it proves to be true, LG will be the first major manufacturer to burst through the 1080p barrier. 

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Sony to unveil an Oculus Rift contender at GDC

Sony to unveil an Oculus Rift contender at GDC

Watch out Oculus, Sony's coming up to nip at your VR heels. Seems the Japanese company wants in on the VR game, and will be uveiling its own headset at the Game Developers Conference (GDC). Considering that Sony has their PS4, anything they come up with will definitely have an advantage over third-parties. Let's hope it'll be a bit easier on our wallets than the Rift though.

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Xiaomi's Redmi is sold out...again

Xiaomi's Redmi is sold out...again

Once more Xiaomi is boasting to the world just how fast their Redmi smartphone has sold out. This time, however, they've been kind enough to tell us just how much was sold - 5000 units in a span of 8 minutes 45 seconds. Not bad.

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Pay a bomb to watch the World Cup with Singtel

Pay a bomb to watch the World Cup with Singtel

Get ready to seethe with anger guys. With the World Cup coming up, we're pretty sure football fans are getting pretty excited. However, there's going to be a hefty price to pay if you want to catch the matches at home, courtesy of Singtel. S$112.35, to be exact, and that's on top of having to wake up in the middle of the night.

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Oh look Creative is suing Apple...again

Oh look Creative is suing Apple...again

After settling a succesful suit against Apple way back in 2006, Creative is at it again, and this time, it's a triple threat match with Samsung involved as well. It's not Creative directly that's suing the two companies, but one of their subsidiaries, ZiiLabs. We wonder how it's going to play out this time.

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