Gullible iPhone users have fallen foul to a hoax that is trending on Twitter that claims you can "quickly charge" your iPhone in any "standard household microwave" but it's all fantasy.
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It's clear that Facebook is indeed taking users' privacy seriously, at least to the extent of what you want to share with friends and 3rd party app hook-ins; the app settings page has been updated.
Around half of the recovered E.T. Atari 2600 cartridges dug up earlier this year will now be heading to eBay in the coming weeks, giving you the chance to own a piece of "the worst game" in history.
The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus won't go on sale until 19 September, but pre ordering will be available from tomorrow. But until then you could have a play around with an actual sized iPhone 6 in 3D.
First reduced from 24 hours to 15 minutes in 2010, now Google has extended that window to 2 hours which means you have a bit more time to decide if you want to purchase an app or not.
Almost five million Gmail accounts were compromised on Tuesday and the details of those accounts posted online, Google has responded by saying their servers were not breached, indicating brute-force.
Earlier this year it was rumored that Google was killing off Google Voice completely, opting instead to integrate VoIP features to Hangouts; that rollout has started and you can migrate to it now.
Stardock has announced the immediate availability of ShadowFX, a customization tool that adds back drop shadows to Windows 8 along with a variety of custom options that tailor to your personal taste.
It seems Siri can't catch a break. Ever since Cortana arrived and consistently proved she can do better than Apple's assistant, Microsoft has been happily pointing this out in its commercials.
Once in a while an advertising campaign comes along that's so cheesy, or awesome, we feel we have to share it here on Neowin. Usually it's about technology (of course) and this kinda falls under that.
Microsoft did not stop at the reveal of three Lumia devices today, they also announced a broad range of accessories for wireless charging and screen sharing, and they will be available this month.
Microsoft today announced the Lumia Denim update that will be available immediately on the Lumia 730, 735 and 830. It will begin rolling out to other Windows Phone 8 devices in Q4.
Microsoft announced three devices today at IFA Berlin, among them was the Lumia 830 which will ship with 'Lumia Denim' for €330 excluding taxes and subsidies.
Well the leaks were more or less accurate on the Lumia 730 and 735, the two variants are indeed 'selfie' phones that feature a 5Mpx front-facing shooter at an attractive price as well!
Today Microsoft revealed three new Lumia devices, the 730, 735 and 830 with emphasis on their 'selfie' capabilities. Lumia Denim the next update for Windows Phone 8.1 was also revealed.
Forget Lumia Debian Red, according to sources by Chinese website WPDang the update will actually be called Lumia Denim, and it will be included with todays revealed launch devices.
Team Skype at Microsoft have rolled out an update for the Xbox One that brings photo viewing and an overall better snap experience to the console. That, and more!
Apple has broken their silence over the breached celeb accounts hack which resulted in dozens of celebrities having their most private moments put online for the whole world to see.
Microsoft China posted up an image teasing Windows 9 earlier today before quickly removing the post, and confirmed its name and other bits in the process, asking "will the Start menu make a return?"
If you are excited about the upcoming Passport smartphone from BlackBerry that features a real keyboard, then you may also be excited to know that it will also support 4K video recording.
Following Microsofts loss at court vs the U.S. government in a legal battle that requires the company to hand over emails stored in Ireland, the company reaffirmed its commitment to customer privacy.
Subscribers to Time Warner Cable woke up this morning to find they could no longer check Facebook, email or anything else as a major outage affecting cable services swept across much of the U.S.
A Copenhagen-based developer has discovered a vulnerability that allows telephone numbers in Safari pages on the iPhone to automatically place calls, to any number including the expensive ones.
The leaks surrounding the iPhone 6 just keep on coming! This time around we can possibly expect a 128GB version of the upcoming device, and helpfully, also a parked car locator!
Google Glass wearers can rejoice! Google has rolled out an update that promises to induce eye watering results now that you will be able to view all of your contacts through it instead of just ten.
Microsoft has enabled a new feature called "Free Play Day with Gold" which lets you download and play select titles on the Xbox One for 24 hours, although it has yet to be officially announced.
Not content with sticking favorited tweets from other users in your timeline, Twitter has now rolled out an update that inserts "popular tweets" into your feed, whether you like it or not.
The Xbox website has put up a page with a new media drive for the Xbox 360. Clocking in at 500gb and priced $20 cheaper than the 320gb version, we wonder, is a typo or simply a great deal?
The Internet never fails to create new lows when a celebrity dies, this time around Twitter has been forced to update its policy after gruesome images appeared on Zelda Williams account.
Intel is apparently accelerating the launch date for their next gen Haswell-E CPUs and X99 chipset, with manufacturers also rumored to be ready to roll out a number of new motherboards to choose from.
Those pesky developers over at Twitter are playing around with a select base of user accounts yet again, treating favorited (or starred) tweets just like retweets! The horror, the horror.....
Not to be outdone by her husband, Melinda also took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on her birthday last Friday wearing a rather large hat. Check out the video after the jump.
Nokia/Microsoft is showing no signs of slowing down the development of Lumia handsets, as well as firmware for those devices. Now, images have leaked online showing off the successor to the Lumia 720.
Google has rolled out an update to GMail that adds a unsubscribe link at the top of the message next to the address if it exists anywhere in the email, meaning you can save time by not looking for it.
In just over six months the Windows Phone Store has seen an additional 100,000 apps get approved, bringing the total to just over 300,000. There's also interest from developers, a 50% growth there too
Microsoft has posted up the changelog for Windows Phone 8.1 Update on their blog, and although it's not as comprehensive as we'd expect (or like) it gives a great overview for the end user experience.
With health and fitness being all the rage, iOS 8 has certainly beefed up in that respect adding a multitude of features through the upcoming HealthKit app, including tracking your breathing!
BlackBerry's closed Messenger for Windows Phone beta has now become available to those who were able to sign up for the program last week, but others will have to wait until it's no longer closed.
EE probably has the best deal for the Nokia Lumia 930 right now off-contract. It can be yours for £349.99 (plus £10 PAYG top-up), and you'll also be able to claim up to £130 worth of goodies.
Samsung is facing fresh allegations that it used child labor at one of its suppliers in China. The allegation states that underage workers were required to work 11 hour shifts without overtime pay.
The UK is rushing through an emergency law following a ruling from the European Court of Justice which abolished the requirement of Telecom and Internet Service Providers to retain customer data.
Evleaks has been tipped off with an image of a Sony phone running Windows Phone 8.1, they also have a name for it, the "Lue Z" (lose?) and as we've come to expect from leakers, it's a blurfest!
Samsung has forecasted a third consecutive operating profit loss, down 25% for the same period last year. It blames a slowdown in smartphone growth in Europe and China due to increased competition.
A gang of around twenty men disguised as night-shift workers managed to get away with seven trucks loaded with electronics over the course of three hours putting the losses at around $36m.
Microsoft may be seriously looking at releasing Android powered Lumias after all, after the release of the Nokia X which was seen by many as a parting shot for the Microsoft acquired Nokia division
Microsoft has wasted no time in issuing a fix for the calendar bug that was pushed to Windows Phone 8.1 users in an update yesterday. Although a fix is here, it might not be in your region yet.
BlackBerry can claim a small victory - at least in the UK, where it's still more popular than Windows Phone for consumers (you read that right) despite a damaging decline in worldwide market share.
It's that time again, when we showcase a review submitted by a member in our forums. This week mrk returns with a review of the enormous LG 34UM95-P UltraWide monitor, with WQHD resolution.
It's not hard to gauge that people are split on the issue of Google Glass, while some think it's the best thing since sliced bread, others think it's intrusive and makes you look like a total douche.