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Apple's Continuity texting won't arrive until after iOS 8 launch

On a page for iOS 8's Continuity offering, Apple updated the section about SMS/MMS messaging to state that the feature won't arrive when the new OS does on the 17th. Back at WWDC, the folks in Cupertino touted the new tool that would allow users to...

Here's an iPhone 6 case that can heal from light scratches

We've seen LG flaunting the self-healing coating on its rather peculiar G Flex, but wouldn't it be nice to have this on other phones? Well, Innerexile's Hydra plastic case for the iPhone 6 offers a similar feature. We say "similar," because the hard...

Which gaming PCs are worth buying?

If you're serious about your computer gaming, you're going to want a desktop made for it. Many gamers choose to build their own, selecting the parts that best suit their needs. But to do that, you need the time and money, and it also generally helps...

MLS aims to be first soccer league to tackle video replay

While goal-line technology debuted for both World Cup and English Premier League action this year, Major League Soccer is looking to take video assistance one step further. MLS commissioner Don Garber told Sports Illustrated that the league wants to...

Where to buy Samsung's Galaxy Alpha

Samsung usually keeps its design team busy with the Galaxy S and Note ranges, but clearly they had some extra time to kill this year. One side project turned out to be the Galaxy Alpha, a sleek 4.7-inch number with the kind of premium build quality...

Sony, the catch-up king

Sony's not making PCs any more. It recently announced it wouldn't be making new e-readers, either. The company's also taking a long hard look at the TV business that it dominated for decades. In the '90s, its TVs stood up alongside the Discman,...

You have one day left to enter our Back to School 2014 sweepstakes!

We have 15 Timbuk2 messenger bags stuffed with a Sony RX100 III camera, the LG G3 from AT&T, a Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 2 13 laptop and a ton of other gear. One of these awesome prizes could soon be yours -- provided you've entered our the raffles on the...

Watch this: the first Formula E race is tomorrow in Beijing

After a couple years of careful planning, the inaugural Formula E season is set to hit the track this weekend. Tomorrow's race is set for 3:30 AM ET in Beijing on a circuit that's laid out on around the iconic Bird's Nest venue from the 2008...

Back to School 2014: The 13 best audio devices

Maybe you're in search of a decent Bluetooth speaker for your next party, or perhaps your band is on the lookout for some new, creative gear. We've got you covered either way, and you'll find even more picks at our Back to School hub....

A look at Amazon's new East London HQ

Earlier this week, Amazon announced that it's going to open a brand new HQ in the trendiest part of East London. Located in Shoreditch, the new 15-storey Principal Place offices will allow the company to almost triple its workforce from 1,700 to...

Motorola will launch an unlocked bloatware-free Moto X this month

When it comes to Android crapware, AT&T's light-touch policy means that the new Moto X is already offering a close-to-stock experience. If, however, you want to be doubly sure that you're only getting what God Motorola intended, then the Pure Edition...

Virgin Media's giving its TiVo UI a welcome makeover

If you were one of Virgin Media's early TiVo adopters, you won't have noticed the user interface change much over the last four years. Well, Virgin's decided it's high time for a significant redesign, and it'll begin hitting several thousand set-top...

Oculus co-founders donate $35 million to erect computer science wing at University of Maryland

New York City is a town of names: Rockefeller, Astor, Trump. Legacies of the vast wealth held by dynastic families in early 20th century New York City. America's college campuses are littered with the same convention; wealthy alumni donate large sums...

California will fine companies that try to silence disgruntled customers

Remember the New York hotel that imposed $500 fines for any guest who wrote disparaging reviews on sites like Yelp and TripAdvisor? The state of California does, and has decided that it wants to stop the practice of any business, including hotels and...

Get ready for a 'Football Manager' movie

When their dreams of growing up to become a footballer don't materialise, many Brits turn to a career in football management. Deciding not to earn their UEFA badges, gamers past and present have grabbed a copy of Sports Interactive's Football Manager...

'Grand Theft Auto V' coming to PS4 and Xbox One November 18th, PC version delayed until 2015

Great news next-gen (well, guess that would be "current-gen" now, wouldn't it) console owners -- you'll be able to snag Grand Theft Auto V for either the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One on November 18th. Along with the usual slew of graphical improvements,...

Fashions fade, but Acer's selfie sombrero is forever

Once the Earth has burned and all that remains is humanity's high score floating on the arcade cabinet of the universe, aliens will wonder what the 2010-2020 generation contributed to culture. Googly-eyed academics will scrub through countless...

HTC's next device could be an action camera

It's been a testy couple of weeks for HTC. It's had new phones, plus rumors of a canceled wearable, a new tablet and a fragile deal with Amazon. What's a company to do? If reports are true, the answer is "release a camera." More specifically, a...

Sega's created the projection-mapped kids' sandbox of the future

If grown-ups can have flashier, fancier toys as the years go by, so can kids. Sega's latest games machine is set to appear in arcades as well as in the waiting rooms of car dealerships and real estate offices. It's not any kind of video game, though...

MIT Media Labs' next hackathon wants to make breast pumps suck less

MIT's Media Lab plans to fix the breastpump. In fact, its fall 2014 hackthon is dedicated to this very aim. Breast pumps are time-consuming, noisy and often painful -- and as the organizers put it (rather TechCrunch-ly): "this is a space that is ripe...

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