EA said that a "system error" has caused their demo downloads to be tagged with a small charge. Both FIFA 14 and UFC on Xbox Live were free of charge until recently, but briefly cost $4.99.
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Popular electronics retailer, Newegg, has announced that customers can purchase goods with Bitcoin. The virtual currency continues to expand, with multiple companies now accepting the currency.
Twitter has announced that a record-breaking 388,985 tweets per minute was reached during the final moments of the World Cup's Brazil v Chile game; over 16.3 million tweets had been sent.
In the wake of Microsoft announcing that the Xbox One could be purchased without the Kinect hardware, GameStop has revealed a trade-in deal for users who no longer want to use the accessory.
A recent report claims that Foxconn, known to have relations with Apple, is seeking 100,000 new workers for the production of the iPhone 6. Foxconn is reportedly taking 70% of the entire production.
A docking station for the Surface Pro 3 is now available for pre-order on the Microsoft Store. The dock includes five extra USB ports and capability for a 4K output, among other features.
A recently struck deal has let BlackBerry with access to Amazon's rapidly growing App store. The market will be made available with the BB 10.3 update, set for release in the upcoming months.
A misunderstanding in the world of Twitter has left 60 year old Phil Neville bombarded with abusive tweets aimed at Phil Neville the commentator, who has been criticised for his poor performance.
Earlier today Amazon launched their 'Amazon Prime Music' service, with over a million songs available at launch. The service can be accessed through all major platforms, including iOS and Android.
Google has launched an online gallery containing thousands of street art images. The site forms a fully immersive experience, providing a 360° viewing display of amazing works from around the globe.
EE is reportedly considering a withdrawal of its business from retailers including Carphone Warehouse and Phones 4u, to focus on direct sales, as part of a 'review of its distribution strategy'.
The creator of the world's largest torrent client has agreed a deal with the MPAA to combat piracy, which will see the company's video-on-demand service protected by a content recognition system.
In remembrance of the D-Day landings, a Twitter account is recreating the scene with real-time updates throughout the day. The event took place exactly 70 years ago, so it's well worth checking out.
An update from Facebook now allows the company to listen to users surroundings while posting a status update. Aiming to enhance the social networking experience, many argue against it due to privacy
Google has recently announced a 64-bit version of their popular Chrome browser, now available for download. Promising better speed, security, and stability the team encourage users to make the switch.
An announcement from GoPro has stated that former Microsoft Executive Tony Bates will become the new President for the company. Bates brings over 25 years of experience that could prove priceless.
A teaser site from AMD has just over 24 hours until completion. The webpage features a large cinematic image of Earth, with a balloon shaped object appearing to land as the time nears an end.
The new US Ambassador to Sweden and Liechtenstein was recently sworn in on an e-reader. Marking a new era for the ancient ceremony, Suzi LeVine became the first US patriot to use a device for an oath.
Acer has revealed their latest gear the 'Liquid' series, a smartband and phone. Both devices have respectable specifications and could challenge rivals in the wearable technology market.
Claiming to teleport data using 'quantum entanglement' not only do the Dutch team discredit Einstein himself, but have created a whole new board game with a potentially hack-proof internet.
The amount of leaks that we've seen from Apple is far greater than any other company. A Chinese task force has reportedly been hired by them to combat further reveals.
The 'right to be forgotten' ruling from the European Union has finally been adhered to, when regarding Google. The company now allow requests for the removal of your name within a search query.
Apple has started making changes to their new favorite toy, Beats. So far the online music service has undergone a few updates; an extended free trial as well as a lower annual subscription fee.
Mozilla has finally released their native Firefox OS handset, available for under $200. The phone is available for preorder now and features respectable specifications for the competitive pricing.
A recent post online claims that Google are looking to enter the home-security market. It is rumored that a popular service from Dropcam could be sold to Google, allowing for livestream monitoring.
Part of the latest Chrome update, a new feature allows for better voice searching when browsing the net. Calling out "OK Google" when in a new tab or on the site's homepage will bring up the results.
Worldwide auctioning site eBay has announced a security breach within their database. The company has stated that confidential personal information has been obtained within the past few months.
Online strategy game Dota 2 has blown up in the past years, and the annual tournament is here to prove it. World class players will be competing for the chance to win a jaw dropping $6 million soon.
Leaked images online claim to be the alleged premium 'Prime' Galaxy S5 set for release next month. The smartphone is rumored to include numerous upgrades including a larger display, 3GB RAM and more.
An update from Google has left cyclists with a sleek and well integrated elevation profile feature within Maps. The service is available in 12 countries and hopes to help bikers out when planning.
An image claiming to be the future 12.9" iPad Pro has been released online. It appears to be made from Aluminum and complies with the design of other Apple products. The tablet may support 4K.
Google have recently added a PayPal button to the official Android app store, Google Play. The feature allows users to purchase through PayPal in order to download paid digital goods on the store.
Microsoft have recently been granted a patent that could allow for numerous improvements on their product lineups. The technology allows for touch sensitive interaction and an interactive bezel.
An Apple fan has paid $300,000 to dine with CEO Tim Cook. The online auction ended just recently, where a one hour experience will grant the winner a chance to speak to the head boss himself.
The highly anticipated Windows Phone 8.1 update is within sight. Microsoft officially confirmed the release date by publishing it on their lifecycle page, where the update is set for June 24th.
The latest in the Halo series may well be revealed soon. With E3 only a matter of weeks away, Microsoft have began the teasing through the subtle hinting of "Halo 5" in this trailer.
Nintendo has recently unveiled a new product line-up set to be compatibile with the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. The wireless technology hopes to provide seamless interaction within the gaming experience.
A 1:1 replica of Denmark has been attacked by American gamers. The server which features exact data on the country has attracted over 19,000 users to check out the unique build, and can be downloaded.
A team at Swedish University MDH have revealed their virtual keyboard. The device works with Google Glass, and provides an insight into what our future world could look like with wearable technology.
Brian Dye at Symantec, claims Antivirus software is dead due to the increasingly creative methods hackers are using. The company has unveiled an updated product line to defend against such attacks.
Amazon and Twitter have teamed up to bring a new feature called #AmazonCart to our devices. The service allows products seen on Twitter to be added to your shopping cart with a click of a button.
EA's PC platform Origin have revealed a promotion enabling fans to get a game a month, for absolutely no cost. The deal is valid to those who sign up for Origin before May the 8th, so dont miss out!
Microsoft has announced their updated Desktop Optimization Pack for the corporate environment. Included in the kit is an updated BitLocker application, as well as how-to guides and tutorials.
SanDisk have revealed their 4TB Solid State Drive, a first of it's kind, available in the standard 2.5" form factor and promises "high performance at consumer cost".
A claim that Apple has updated their EarPods has appeared on popular Android & iOS app - Secret.ly. The new earphones can apparently read your heart beat and take your blood pressure.
Microsoft have unveiled plans for their first ever Innovation Center in the US. The company plans on opening others around the country later this year; the site provides numerous services for Miami.
Samsung have unveiled their latest camera specialized-smartphone, that features an impressive 20.7 megapixel sensor. Loaded with Android 4.4 the handset promises excellent performance in daily use.
A Kickstarter campaign has launched aiming to gain the financial investment for manufacturing a glasses-less 4K 3D television; Dimenco hope to bring the product to our stores this September.
Microsoft has clarified techniques in which users can protect against the major vulnerablity for Internet Explorer; the revised security advisory page also reveals the damage the exploit can cause.
Amazon has unveiled their Wearable Technology store, allowing consumers to gain a better understanding of the products available on the market; the page features videos and product information.