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Apple may be working on an iOS gaming controller according to developers at the Game Developers Conference. Apple reportedly spoke to them about supporting the upcoming controller at game launches.
Steam has launched Early Access which allows gamers to purchase games that are still in active development. Gamers can send feedback, bug reports and discuss the game.
Amazon has released Send to Kindle buttons for Wordpress bloggers and web publishers that allow users to send an article directly to their Kindle devices for later or offline reading.
Mike Lazaridis, inventor of the BlackBerry and Vice Chairman of the company, has started a quantum technology fund that aims to bring the Star Trek medical tricorder into reality.
Yahoo may be in talks to to purchase a 75% stake in video site Dailymotion as part of an ownership structure that is currently being considered. The site could be valued at around $300 million.
Two of Twitter's co-founders have been granted a patent for the service described as a 'system (and method) for device-independent point to multipoint communication is disclosed.'
NVIDIA's senior vice president of content and technology has gave reasons why he thinks the chip maker decided not to build its hardware into Sony's PlayStation 4 console.
Apple's next generation iPhone may come equipped with near field communication and fingerprint scanning technology to improve the security of mobile payments with Chipbond providing the components.
Apple has won a patent infringement lawsuit against Samsung which clears them of unlawfully using Samsung technology related processing and transmitting data on 3G networks.
LG has announced that its 55-inch OLED HDTV is coming to the UK for £9,999.99. The TV is exclusively being showcased at Harrods Technology and will ship in July.
An auction for a pair of Google Glasses has been being pulled from eBay after it was found to be fake. The seller claimed he was an early adopter to the project and would be picking them up at launch.
The PC industry may be shrinking as a whole but Apple's Mac sales are going up according to new data from NPD showing sales are significantly higher than this time last year.
The latest Canary build of Google Chrome has a feature that allows you to see which tab is playing audio to exclude tabs that Chrome discards when memory runs out.
Sony is set to join LG, Huawei, ZTE and Alcatel with the launch of a smartphone running Mozilla's Firefox OS in partnership with carrier Telefonica. The device is set for a 2014 release.
Apple has patched the Evasi0n jailbreak in the upcoming iOS 6.1.3 that was seeded to developers last week, however additional bugs have been found which may lead to a new one.
Visa and Samsung have made a deal that will see the handset maker integrate Visa's payment software in its smartphones and tablets including the upcoming Galaxy S IV flagship.
Nokia has announced 105 mobile phone available in both cyan and black and built for those on a budget or for those who need a second mobile device for emergencies and things such as sports.
CEO of BlackBerry Thorsten Heins says that sales of its BlackBerry 10 smartphones are running faster than expected causing the company to increase production to keep up demand.
President and CEO of Sony America Jack Tretton hopes that its PlayStation 4 won't cost $599 at launch and claims that the console is still in development in terms of specs and design.
Canaccord Genuity analyst T. Michael Walkey slashes BlackBerry's Z10 smartphone sales estimates after the launch in the UK and Canada came with limited supply and less demand than expected.
A new Nokia Lumia has appeared in a commercial for Dutch carrier KPN. The round edged yellow device resembles a Lumia 822 however it seems to be much slimmer.
The Computer History Museum has gained permission from Adobe Systems to release the source code of version 1.0.1 of Photoshop from 1990 for non-commercial use.
WIkimedia has updated Wikipedia's web app to allow users to log in, view and add pages to their watchlists, making it even easier to protect articles from spammers and troublemakers.
Google's search app for Android has been updated to include a Google Now widget for your home screen and lock screen, improved movie cards and real estate listings.
WikiLeaks tweeted yesterday that recently deceased Internet activist Aaron Swartz assisted them, was in contact with Julian Assange and may have been a source for the organisation.
Sony has announced its touch-enabled VAIO T15 Ultabook with touch which features a full HD touch display and will be yours for $950 when it lands in the Spring.
Companies such as LG have shown off refrigerators, rice cookers and printers that run Google Android operating system at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week.
Microsoft is the latest company that is reportedly avoiding to pay UK taxes using a legal loophole through Luxembourg. Microsoft is said to be avoiding £159 million worth of tax every year.
The Google LG Nexus 4 will be available in the UK once again at 5MP (GMT) in the Google Play Store, but with an unknown amount of stock, you'll have to be quick to grab one.
Facebook has announced that its Messenger application for Android will soon no longer require a Facebook account, allowing signups via just a name and phone number.
Facebook will be hosting a Windows 8 hackathon at its HQ, Friday to Saturday, to give developers the chance to build social applications on Windows 8 and win prizes for the best hack.
Reddit app Baconit for Windows Phone has been updated to version 2.5 adding some useful new features including Windows Phone 8 support, lock screen notifications and new live tiles.
Apple may start to sell unlocked iPhone 5 devices to US consumers as early as 9PM tonight according to retail sources. They also may be planning to offer the unlocked device in store.
A fully native VLC for Windows 8 is coming if they have a successful round of funding on Kickstarter. The app will feature everything from current releases as well some added extras.
Verizon is further improving and expanding its 4G LTE coverage in New York. Users in Poughkeepsie, Greene County, Utica-Rome, and Binghamton should reap the benefits soon.
Spotify is to begin rollong out its browser-based streaming app today according to sources close to the company. The web app will be free but include banner and audio ads.
Google is now allowing Google+ users to install Android applications directly from Google+ streams in a clear effort to drive sales. When clicked a user will be prompted to buy or install an app.
Google has released the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean source code while also stating that the Nexus 10 is the best choice for AOSP work. Factory images for various Nexus devices are available.
Microsoft has released GroupMe 4.0, its group messaging app with a brand new start screen, an improved interface, speed enhancements and support for Windows Phone 8 devices.
HTC may be pay Apple $6-$8 per device it sells in patent settlement which would include both Android and Windows Phone devices, according to analyst Shaw Wu.
Players will be able to live stream Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 gameplay directly to YouTube from Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and PC. Users will also be able to add audio commentary and webcam video.
Apple has been fined £230 million ($368m) after losing a patent battle against VirnetX over its FaceTime applications. VirnetX accused Apple of infringing four of its patents.
John Elerick is at it again with this funny spoof promotional video of Apple's new 7.9-inch iPad mini, playing on the cliches Apple is often known for in its own videos.
Microsoft is being sued for infringing a patent of SurfCast, an operating system technology design that claims to have thought of the concept of "Live Tiles" in October 2000.
According to David Chang, Chief Financial Officer at Asus, the company has revealed that they're selling almost 1 million Nexus 7 Android Jelly Bean tablets a month.
DICE has revealed that Battlefield 3's next expansion, Aftermath, will include crossbows with different ammo types including an explosive bolt that can blow holes in walls.
Google has launched an advanced search app for iOS devices that will directly compete with Apple's Siri voice assistant. The app allows use to ask almost any questions and make specific requests.
Google has today announced the Nexus 4 smartphone built by LG and the Nexus 10 tablet built by Samsung, both running Android 4.2. Google also announced a 32GB version of the Nexus 7.
A press render of the upcoming Google LG Nexus 4 smartphone has leaked online. The render shows off a slightly updated back, removing the "with Google" text and replacing it with a large Nexus logo.