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Here’s That Super Expensive Titanfall Collector’s Edition

It’s becoming pretty standard to offer some kind of collector’s edition with any big name game release these days. Those collector’s editions generally only cost about $20 more over the standard edition, however, and throw in an art book and …

Barnes & Noble Announces Q3 Results, Nook Still Losing Money Barnes & Noble Announces Q3 Results, Nook Still Losing Money

With every passing quarter, Barnes & Noble continues to deliver bad news from its Nook division. What started out as a promising digital alternative to the book store’s traditional business has ended up being a joke in the face of …

GoDaddy Partners With Spree To Offer eCommerce Solutions To Small Businesses GoDaddy Partners With Spree To Offer eCommerce Solutions To Small Businesses

Last year, GoDaddy moved away from super models to focus on small businesses and Jean-Claude Van Damme. Since then, the the company has entered into a number of key strategic partnerships to help out small businesses with everything from email …

Here’s A Prototype Google Smart Watch That Never Saw The Light Of Day Here’s A Prototype Google Smart Watch That Never Saw The Light Of Day

It’s been rumored for a while now that Google has been working on a smart watch. As it turns out, Google actually had a prototype at one point, but it was scrapped. Android Police reports that Google and Motorola were …

Windows Phone 8.1 Can Be Added To Existing Android Devices Windows Phone 8.1 Can Be Added To Existing Android Devices

UPDATE: As readers have pointed out in the comments below, the announcement of Windows Phone 8.1 adding support for Snapdragon 200, 400 and 400 LTE Android handsets is only for OEMs. I mistakenly assumed that Microsoft would be releasing Windows …

Microsoft’s 3D Printed Xylophone Player Performs The Windows XP Jingle Microsoft’s 3D Printed Xylophone Player Performs The Windows XP Jingle

It’s common knowledge by now that Microsoft has a maker space on its campus called the Microsoft Garage. Employees use the facility to explore new ideas and the company even holds an internal “science fair” for employees to show off …

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 615 Is The World’s First 64-Bit Octa-Core Chipset Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 615 Is The World’s First 64-Bit Octa-Core Chipset

Apple made headlines last year by introducing the first 64-bit mobile chipset in the iPhone 5S and iPad Air. The company said the move to 64-bit would allow for better performance while retaining backwards compatibility with 32-bit apps. Android device …

PayPal Will Let You Approve Payments Using Your Fingerprint On The Galaxy S5 PayPal Will Let You Approve Payments Using Your Fingerprint On The Galaxy S5

Sooner or late, we’re all going to be using biometric data when shopping for anything. While it’s not exactly a fool proof method, it’s certainly better than the current magnetic strips found on credit and debit cards. While such a …

Here’s A Behind The Scenes Look At Sonic Boom

Sega surprised everyone earlier this month when it announced a reboot of Sonic called Sonic Boom. The new game ties into a new CG-animated TV series and toy line that will be produced by Sega’s Western branch. While details on …

Here’s A Detailed Look At The Galaxy S 5 Here’s A Detailed Look At The Galaxy S 5

Yesterday afternoon in Barcelona, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S 5. The new flagship device delivers the usual spec updates that we’ve come to expect from annual upgrades, but Samsung managed to deliver some brand new features as well. Getting the …

Now Pokemon Is Getting The Virtual Reality Treatment

There seems to be a new trend of porting older games to the Oculus Rift to see if traditional gameplay can be adapted to virtual reality. We first saw it last week with one developer’s efforts to port the original …

Trimaker Unveils Its Latest 3D Printer Trimaker Unveils Its Latest 3D Printer

One of the most amazing things about the 3D printing industry is that it’s not restricted to just one part of the world like so many other industries. There are dozens of manufacturers all over the world creating new 3D …

Buy A Nintendo 3DS And A Game, Get Pokemon X/Y For Free

Nintendo regularly offers deals and promotions, but they aren’t exactly what you’d call satisfactory. While Sony is busy chopping 75 percent or more off the retail price of some games, Nintendo is okay with just lopping 20 percent off. With …

The Bing iOS App Just Got A Meaty Update The Bing iOS App Just Got A Meaty Update

With iOS using Bing as its default search provider, you may have found yourself enamored by all that Bing has to offer. You might have even downloaded the official Bing iOS app. If that’s the case, you’ll discover that it …

Stephen Elop To Take Over Xbox Division At Microsoft Stephen Elop To Take Over Xbox Division At Microsoft

When rumors of Microsoft’s next CEO began to circulate, Stephen Elop was said to be on the shortlist of candidates. It was reported that his leadership would lead to Microsoft getting rid of numerous businesses that weren’t core to its …

Sony Celebrating Vita’s Second Birthday With Sales

It’s been two years since the PlayStation Vita first hit store shelves. The handheld has been through some ups and downs (mostly downs) since then, but it’s finally starting to come into its own as a premium handheld device with …

Minecraft Pocket Edition Has Not Been Forgotten

With the success of Minecraft on consoles and PCs, it’s hard to remember that the game remains insanely popular on mobile devices as well. In fact, it’s sold more than 10 million copies across both iOS and Android. Despite all …

Xbox One Price Cut Coming To The UK

Since it was announced, the Xbox One had always been at a price disadvantage. Microsoft’s insistence upon including a Kinect with every console meant that gamers were paying $100 more than those who went with a PS4. At launch, it …

Mozilla Unveils New Line Of Firefox OS Devices Mozilla Unveils New Line Of Firefox OS Devices

Mozilla stumbled upon a hit last year with its Firefox OS devices. The low cost of entry combined with a Web-friendly OS earned the alternative mobile platform a few million fans in emerging markets. Those emerging markets will continue to …

Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow 2 Gets One Last Trailer

February has been an absolutely bonkers month for game releases. March isn’t looking any slower with major releases like Titanfall, Dark Souls II and South Park: The Stick Of Truth. Before you start counting your money to make sure you …

Xbox One Titanfall Bundle Announced, Launches March 11

Titanfall is a pretty amazing game, and it will only be available on three platforms – Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC. If you were already eyeing an Xbox One, Microsoft has a new bundle that may just convince you …

Samsung Unveils Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo Samsung Unveils Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo

One of the more interesting rumors from last year is that Samsung would unveil a new Galaxy Gear less than a year after it launched its first wearable device. While its rare to launch a successor that soon, Samsung hopes …

Nokia X Officially Unveiled, Runs Android Nokia X Officially Unveiled, Runs Android

For the last month, we’ve heard rumors of a device from Nokia called Normandy. The new smartphone would reportedly run Android. Some thought the idea would be nixed as Microsoft acquired Nokia last year, but it seems that Microsoft is …

The Original Legend Of Zelda Goes First Person In Virtual Reality Remake

The Oculus Rift has proven to be really cool if not the future of gaming. We’ve seen a lot of cool experiments coming from Rift developers, but there’s not been a lot of effort put into converting existing games for …