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Google's Nexus 6 is usually priced from $649, but T-Mobile is now offering both the 32GB and 64GB models of the high-end handset with $100 off - but it's not clear how long this pricing will last.
A presentation originally made by a senior Seagate engineer shows that the amount of time for which an SSD can retain its data while in storage halves for every increase of 9°F/5°C in temperature.
The BBC has confirmed that it is closing the international version of its iPlayer video on-demand service in the next few weeks, almost four years after it first launched for non-UK subscribers.
Microsoft announced the Limited Collector's Edition of 'Halo 5: Guardians' back in December - but we now have our first glimpse at the packaging of the $249.99 special edition release.
Freeview has announced that 107 million digital TVs, set-top boxes and other DTT devices have been sold in the UK since its launch in 2002, ahead of the launch of its new Freeview Play platform.
New features are available in the Lumia Camera Beta app, including an updated design and selfie stick support - but these additions are only available for two handsets running the Windows 10 preview.
The preview of Skype Translator - which lets you speak to someone in one language while they read a near-real-time translation in another - is now available for anyone who wants to give it a go.
Verizon has announced that it is buying AOL for $4.4bn - including not just its video and advertising platforms, but also well-known web publications such as The Huffington Post and Engadget.
A father of three has been falsely labelled a paedophile, after an angry mother thought he was pointing his phone's camera at her children while he was taking a Star Wars selfie to send to his kids.
Google has suspended its Map Maker service, following the recent incident in which a member of its user community added an image to Google Maps, showing the Android mascot urinating on the Apple logo.
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The next version of Android is said to offer more control over what information can be accessed by apps, allowing users to deny permissions for specific data, such as photos, contacts and location.
It was widely assumed that the Rockstar Editor - which lets users record, edit and upload gameplay video - would be exclusive to the PC version of GTA V, but it's coming to the Xbox One and PS4 too.
Spotify is said to have been in talks with numerous content creators, including many who produce videos for YouTube, as it plans to launch a video streaming service, which may launch this month.
Google has announced that it is beginning the rollout of its over-the-air Android 5.1 Lollipop update to the Nexus 9 tablet, over three months after that OS version first became available.
Sony has confirmed that it won't be holding its usual media briefing at Gamescom 2015 - but Xbox head Phil Spencer says Microsoft will be there, calling it "an important conference" for the company.
Google's Nexus 9 is usually priced at £319 in the UK - but two leading retailers are currently offering the device for just £199.99, and one of them is also including a free two-year warranty.
"If OnePlus Two comes with Snapdragon 810, what do you think will be the price?" asked the company's CEO, and after receiving various replies, he said 2499 CNY ($400) "seems to be a reasonable price".
Persistent rumors have claimed for months that the Snapdragon 810 processor has an overheating problem, but a Qualcomm executive has dismissed them as "rubbish" that "someone" decided to make up.
Windows Media Center is now officially a thing of the past, but one of its most useful features - the ability to record live TV - is expected to make its way to the Xbox One later this year.
The consumer version of the Oculus Rift finally has a firm launch date: the company says it will be available in Q1 2016, and promises further info on specs and new VR games "in the weeks ahead".
One week on from the release of the latest Windows 10 preview, we're eager to hear how you're getting on. Join in the discussion and have your say on Microsoft's first 'Insider Preview', build 10074.
The Nexus 9 has only had one OTA update since it went on sale six months ago - and its latest update doesn't bring Android 5.1, but the older Android 5.0.2, which was originally released in December.
A European court has blocked Microsoft's attempt to trademark Skype's name in the EU, on the grounds that it is too similar to Sky's - but the effects of the ruling do not require a Skype rebrand.
Microsoft has released an update rollup for build 10074 of the Windows 10 Insider Preview and Windows Server Technical Preview, which includes a range of bug fixes for various issues.
A few weeks after Neowin exclusively revealed the first image of LG's new Windows Phone for Verizon, full details of the device have now emerged - but as we suspected, it's no high-end flagship.
Almost seven months after Google announced the latest version of its Android OS, over 90% of devices are still running versions up to five years old - but the Lollipop rollout is gaining momentum.
The next version of Apple TV is expected to launch this summer with improved specs, a dedicated App Store and Siri voice interactions, as well as a redesigned remote featuring touchpad controls.
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Microsoft has purchased the technology behind the Surface Pen, used in its latest Surface tablets, from N-trig - but contrary to an earlier rumor, it has not acquired the company in its entirety.
Weeks after saying the Z3 was "no longer available", T-Mobile has started selling it again - but it's still being sold with Android 4.4, and the carrier says its Lollipop update may be "months" away.
'Microsoft Edge' is the new name for the browser formerly known as Project Spartan - and now that you've had some time to get used to the revised branding, what do you think of the new name and logo?
Grooveshark has ceased operations to avoid paying up to $736m in damages to music labels for copyright violations, posting an apology on its site for 'failing to secure licenses from rights holders'.
After making its latest OS version available for the Nexus Player last week, Google has now released factory images of Android 5.1.1 for the Nexus 7 (2012 and 2013) Wi-Fi models, and the Nexus 10.
Microsoft's Gabe Aul has confirmed that the next Windows 10 preview build for phones will support the Lumia 930 and Icon, "but it will take a little longer" before the new build is available.
ZTE's Nubia Z9 has passed through TENAA, China's device certification authority, which listed key specs for the Android 5.0 handset, including a 3.5GHz octa-core processor and an astonishing 8GB RAM.
Last month, Microsoft unveiled the Lumia 430 Dual SIM, its most affordable smartphone ever. It's now available in India, priced around Rs.5,299, along with some rather nice promotional offers.
HTC has said that the Android 5.1 Lollipop update won't be available for its One M8 until August - six months after it launched on the first Android One handsets back in February.
The latest Windows 10 preview build is now available - but as you'd expect of a pre-release OS version, it's not perfect. Here are some of the known and resolved issues in build 10074.
Microsoft released its latest build of Windows 10 today, and it's the first to be referred to not as a 'Technical Preview', but an 'Insider Preview'. Check out what's new in build 10074.
Microsoft has announced the new name for its next-generation web browser. Ditching the 'Project Spartan' development codename, the browser will now be known as 'Microsoft Edge'.
Attendees at Microsoft's Build 2015 developer conference will be going home with a HP Spectre x360 convertible notebook, which features aluminum bodywork and a 13-inch touchscreen.
A new version of Windows 10 - build 10074 - has been discovered on Microsoft's Windows Update servers - and this one carries an 'Insider Preview' watermark, rather than 'Technical Preview'.
Details have apparently emerged about Microsoft's next-gen Surface Pro tablet, which is said to feature Intel Core i (Broadwell) processors, fanless design and a thinner - but not lighter - body.
Microsoft has pledged over $1m in cash, technology and services to aid the disaster relief effort in the affected region, and has also made all Skype calls free to landlines and mobiles in Nepal.
Sprint has finally caught up with its leading US carrier rivals with the release of its Lollipop update for the LG G2, which also includes new FM radio software for the 2013 Android flagship.
Two weeks after Neowin exclusively published an image of a new LG Windows Phone, further evidence has emerged of the new handset on the company's own website, with the model number 'VW820'.
The 5.7-inch Lumia 640 XL is now available to buy in the UK, priced at £219 SIM-free, and like its smaller sibling, the Lumia 640, it includes a free one-year Office 365 subscription for your PC.