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Wednesday, 2 Sep 2015
Markus "Notch" Persson, the creator of Minecraft, might be wildly rich, but in a series of personal tweets, it would also seem that he isn't all that happy with his wealth.
Axel Springer SE, a leading digital publisher in Europe today announced a partnership with Samsung to develop an aggregated news content platform, UPDAY which will be exclusively available for the Galaxy devices.
Lenovo just sent out invites for a conference on 8th September in Shanghai with a teaser image of the upcoming rose gold Moto 360 smartwatch.
Tuesday, 1 Sep 2015
A newly discovered malware, named KeyRaider, has stolen over 225,000 Apple account logins, harvested from jailbroken iPhones. Users affected have had unauthorised purchases made using their Apple accounts; some have had their iPhones disabled for ransom.
With Limited and Collector's Editions of games now costing hundreds of dollars, being a hardcore gamer means having a willingness to spend big bucks. How else would you explain somebody paying US$1,353 for a game? Curious what game it is? Hint: It's an Atari title.
According to reports, Apple is keen on making its own original video programs and that it is in talks with Hollywood executives to find out how it can do so.
If you're on iOS, right now your choice of smartwatches is, well...limited. But that changes today as Google has announced that Android Wear is now compatible with the iPhone 5 or later running at least iOS 8.2.
Monday, 31 Aug 2015
If you wish your shiny iPhone 6S came in actual plated gold, there’s Goldgenie to fix that. You could wish for diamonds too.
ASUS has just launched a new in-car video recorder called the RECO Classic Car Cam that shoots at Full-HD (1080p) and features built-in lane departure warning and front collision warning systems.
The return of the Alienware 18's not the only news that's come out from Dell at PAX Prime. The company also's revealed that it plans to refresh some of its gaming products with the latest technology, as well as release two brand new monitors soon.