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New information comes from the 'Destiny' website that addresses many gamers' concerns as to whether or not they will be able to upgrade their copy of the game to next-generation systems.
New information suggests that an unnamed Dutch carrier knows the date that preorders will go up for the anticipated device. It may be a good time indicator for preorder availability in other regions.
Following a trend started by Verizon, a recently leaked memo suggests that T-Mobile will begin to throttle some unlimited data users that constantly misuse their network.
Sony has posted on their PlayStation blog website that the newest update to the PS4 software will include the "Share Play" feature, which was first introduced at E3, in addition to many others.
New information from a report by Bloomberg suggests that new iPads are going to be unveiled later this year. Sources claim that the potential follow-up to the iPad Air will include an AR coating.
In an effort to make the world a greener place, Microsoft has partnered up with iFixit to offer training to entrepreneurs that are trying to create local computer repair businesses.
Toshiba has unveiled a new hard drive meant for "surveillance." It is designed to be used in servers due to it featuring a large amount of storage and RV sensors for use in RAID enclosures.
Information from multiple sites has suggested that Apple may be planning a refresh to a couple of their desktop computer lines. Most notably, the Mac Mini, which hasn't seen an update since 2012.
It is claimed that Apple will release new machines alongside the new Mac OS X 10.10 "Yosemite." Both of the refreshed machines are said to feature high resolution displays, probably at a price.
Despite most of the recent news being about "Halo: Nightfall," some new information about "Halo 2: Anniversary" for Xbox One has been released on Waypoint, and is sure to please fans of the series.
Verizon has tried to win back customers that have lost trust and patience with the company, but they've recently backtracked by unveiling a new policy that will throttle some Unlimited 4G LTE users.
Due to backlash, Congress has passed a bill that will legalize unlocking handsets. The President is expected to sign this bill into law, which will reinstate choice in cellular providers.
The massive attack that brought down the PlayStation Network is not yet forgotten. Sony has finally agreed to a $15m settlement, mainly giving away free games and services to affected users.
Apple has released the iTunes 12 beta alongside the new versions of the iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 "Yosemite" betas. The new beta brings needed improvements to the UI, as well as an anticipated feature.
Marques Brownlee uploaded a follow-up to his previous video that showed a sapphire iPhone 6 display panel being torture testing, but this video shows that it may not be made of pure sapphire after all
Reports suggest that a 12in Macbook Air was supposed to ship with a Retina Display by late-2014, but was delayed due to shortages. The 11 and 13 inch models are said to be on track for release.
Unlike the UK's 2010 Digital Economy Act, which wanted to shut off the Internet of "persistent pirates," the UK will begin to issue warnings to users that are suspected of pirating content.
Just after a year of creating the Internet.org project, Facebook is at it again. They have made plans with the Rutherford County School District to bring free WiFi to its students.
Since the announcement, consumers have been wondering when CarPlay will be offered. Now, a new report claims that Apple is currently in talks with Volkswagen to begin offering the interface.
An iPhone 6 knockoff has been discovered in the wild. The device is based on previously leaked mockups of the unconfirmed iPhone, although the device is visibly fake due to its subpar build quality.
Following information of a sapphire display for the iPhone 6 being torture tested, an image of the front frame had been leaked. It's unclear if this part belongs to the 4.7 or 5.5 inch model.
Alongside the release of iTunes 11.3, Apple has branched the iTunes Extras feature out to the Apple TV. It will also be available for iOS devices when iOS 8 launches later on this year.
"Project Spark," a game that allows you to customize nearly everything, has received a launch date for the retail package for the Xbox One. The full release edition will be available in early-October.
Another photo, which was tweeted by Sonny Dickson, shows dummy models of the iPhone 6. The "dummies" have many of the features shown in previous leaks, like a moved power button, and a curved display.
Symantec has found that a seemingly organized group of hackers, nicknamed Dragonfly, has been infiltrating energy providers by using trojans and phishing techniques. The group has yet to be caught.
9to5Mac has posted photos of a curved display panel belonging to the rumored device. The curved edges will provide iPhone users with a more comfortable experience while using the smartphone.
Asus has recently announced the new G550JK, the newest member of the Republic of Gamers product line. The laptop was used in the “highest elevation LAN party” world record attempt.
An unnamed developer working at Ubisoft claims that they are already having to reduce the image quality in-game. These claims could be true due to Ubisoft watering down the graphics in "Watch Dogs."
There has been a temporary ban placed on launching, landing or operating drones in any of the 59 national parks in the United States. This ban was issued due to numerous noise and nuisance complaints.
The unconfirmed Apple iWatch will offer two different models; a "Sports" variant as well as a "Designer" model. They are reportedly being tested by athletes and celebrities such as Kobe Bryant.
The Weather Channel has partnered up with Apple to provide the data for the stock Weather app for iOS 8; the app will offer more features and information than what is currently present on iOS 7.
Images of the screen component for the unconfirmed iPhone 6 have been leaked. The size of the screen backs up previous reports which claimed that the part is being made by Japan Displays Inc.
Xbox-Skyer, a Chinese website, has recently posted an image which shows the pricing for the unreleased Chinese version of the Xbox One. The pricing has not yet been confirmed by Microsoft.
CyberPower PC has announced their new "Syber" Steam-centric gaming PC that will compete with Valve's recently delayed "Steam Machine." It will start at $599.99, and offer a higher end model.
It has been reported that the Note 4 will feature a 5.7 inch 515 DPI QHD (2560×1440) screen which will bring improved image quality to the device and could directly compete with the rumored iPhone 6.
Images posted on Twitter show two unconfirmed iPhone 6 models with 4.7 and 5.5 inch screen sizes. If these images are real, the iPhone 6 could pull Samsung Galaxy users with it's larger screen size.
The Xbox One will be coming to many markets in September. The Sep. 5th release date of the console for Russia has been confirmed on Microsoft's website. It will come with and without the Kinect.
A new set of images have leaked on NWE showing the backplate of the rumored iPhone 6. It shows a cutout Apple logo and a moved power button. Despite these changes, everything else appears the same.
Alongside other announcements, FaceTime will support free audio conference calling in the latest iteration of iOS which was unveiled at this year's World Wide Developers Conference.
New evidence in the developer preview of Mac OS X 10.10 'Yosemite' shows resolution scaling for iMacs with Retina Displays. Information about the new iMac was first found in the Mac OS X 10.9.4 beta.
Corsair has announced the newest addition to the Voyager family at Computex 2014. The new flash drive will support USB 3.0, and 2.0. It will feature "SSD Performance" inside of a USB flash drive.
Google is reportedly spending $1bn to bring internet access to unconnected areas of the Earth via satellites. The project will use high capacity low-orbiting satellites to bring internet worldwide.
The Lunecase by Concepter allows iPhone users to be notified of calls and text messages before their phone does by utilizing excess energy from the phone when it communicates with a network.
WordPress users could be left vulnerable over unsecured networks due to unencrypted cookies when logging in to the website, which means possible exposure of private emails, user settings, and more.
NVidia released new drivers for GeForce GTX users that brings new features such as HBAO+, TXAA, improvements to SLI and DirectX 11. This update will bring "Watch Dogs Game Ready" performance to PC
Samsung has announced the "Master" smartphone for South Korea. It features a clamshell design that sports a design similar to the Note 3 and Galaxy S5 but with low-end specs.
New images have emerged of the HTC One M8 Ace, which is expected to feature a plastic body with the same specs as the metal M8, and which may be considerably cheaper than Samsung's Galaxy S5.
Samsung has announced a new video streaming serviced that is named "Project Glue." This will bring TV shows from the U.S. and Britain to Asia, starting with the Philippines as well as Singapore.
Sean Tracy at Crytek USA says that "8 gigs can easily be filled up," due to concerns over memory constraints. He added that "games will quickly hit the ceiling of a few gigs of ram."