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From banned hoverboards and Band 2 discounts, to the trial of Continuum, Universal success, DDoS declarations, and a spot of Santa-tracking, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Two years after its social media app launched on Windows Phone, Path has announced that it is ending support for Microsoft's mobile OS, focusing its development efforts on Android and iOS.
Facebook is supposedly trying out a new app, which would allow users to share their updates with only a very limited number of people. In a way it's very similar to what Path tried.
Path, the popular social network that originally launched on the iPhone, is now finally in the Windows Phone Store. Users can now download the free app and use some exclusive imaging features.
Nokia has announced a number of new third party Windows Phone 8 apps , including Path, Flipboard and Oggl PRO, the latter of which will be released exclusively for the newly revealed Lumia 102
Path's CEO has apologized after it was discovered that the social networking company was collecting iPhone address books on its server without telling its customers beforehand.
Today, Path released their latest version of their mobile social network "Path 2.0" and it's stunning. However, we're left wondering why Facebook can't make something this good, or at least buy it.
AMD yesterday spilled the beans on its processor plans for the next two years, at a stroke confirming much of the info that has leaked out of the company and onto the web this year....
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Five new screenshots for The Matrix: Path of Neo, the virtual reality third-person action game being crafted at Shiny Entertainment, are now available for download. As usual, the images have also been inserted into our...
Seven new screenshots for The Matrix: Path of Neo, the upcoming virtual reality third-person action game by Shiny Entertainment, are now available for download. If you want, you can also browse the images online. ...
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Known as DivX, the technology has until now has been most closely associated with growing piracy of Hollywood movies on the Internet. But DivXNetworks, the company behind the format, is determined to put its bootleg...