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Apple’s Music Service To Cost $10 A Month [Rumor]

It is no secret that Apple plans on unveiling a revamped music streaming service at WWDC next week, but thanks to a report from The Wall Street Journal, additional details about the rumored service has surfaced, along with a possible...Show More Summary

Android Will Become As Big As PC For Gaming Says Nvidia CEO

As Microsoft and Sony duke it out for home gaming supremacy, the self-styled “PC master race” happily sits back and watches the chaos, satisfied at their customisable builds, superior hardware and better graphics. Nvidia, a key benefactor of the PC master race has tipped Android to surpass the PC’s popularity in future. More »      

Apple’s ‘Shot On iPhone 6? Campaign Expands With New User Films

Apple’s ‘Shot on iPhone” campaign is probably something you’re already familiar with, given the ubiquitous presence of billboards, print and transit ads created using iPhone 6 user photos. But what you haven’t seen that much of, until today’s expansion of the iPhone World Gallery, are examples of what users can capture with built-in iPhone 6 video camera… Read More

Game Boy XXL: Meet the giant 19-inch Game Boy that plays all your favorite video games

Forget about the gargantuan screens of today’s modern smartphones, if you want to play video games on a mega screen, you’ve got to check out the Game Boy XXL. As the name implies, Game Boy XXL is a fully functional and absolutely gigantic Game Boy that can play all of your favorite Game Boy games of yore, from Tetris to Dr. Show More Summary

Android M’s coolest hidden feature needs a lot of work

Last week, we brought you word of an incredibly cool hidden Android M feature: Multi-window support that will let you have two apps open at once side by side. However, Android Police has been playing around with this new feature and has found that Google has kept it hidden for a reason — namely, because it needs a lot more work. Show More Summary

7 Million Apple Watch Orders Received, According To Analyst

Prior to the Apple Watch’s launch, many were already predicting that the device would be the answer to wearables and be the device that would change the landscape of the wearables industry. Initial reviews are a bit mixed but it is Apple’s first-gen smartwatch so there are bound to be some areas that could be improved upon. Show More Summary

Apple’s Web TV Service Will Skip WWDC [Rumor]

If the rumors are to be believed, Apple is said to be working on a new web TV subscription service that could be unveiled at WWDC 2015 which is taking place next week. However according to a recent report from Re/code, it turns out that maybe we won’t be hearing about the rumored service as it has been delayed. Show More Summary

Checker This Out: McLaren P1 Taxi Trolls Taiwan Travelers

As if supercar police vehicles aren't enough, some well-heeled car-owner in Taiwan wants us to believe their pricey McLaren P1 trolls the streets of Taiwan picking up paying fares. I want to believe!

What happens when you pour molten aluminum into a lava lamp

3 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Pouring molten aluminum into things is always a fun science experiment so let’s see what happens when the hot hot gooey metal gets dropped inside a groovy lava lamp. A lot of what you expect to happen, happens: the molten aluminum initially follows the wax pattern but then eventually overwhelms the liquid and starts burning its way through the lamp. Read more...

Uber drivers will soon be able to track your location… with your permission, thankfully

Have you ever requested an Uber, only to realize seconds later that it’d be much easier to get picked up a few streets over? If you’ve used Uber in the past, you’ll know that the app drops a pin on the map for the driver to follow, but...Show More Summary

95 Percent of Fake Bombs Made It Through Airport Security in DHS Test

3 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Does taking off your shoes, emptying your pockets and putting your laptop in a little plastic bin make you feel safe? Maybe it shouldn’t. According to the Department of Homeland Security, the TSA is doing a lousy job. Like, “failed to detect mock weapons 95 percent of the time” lousy. Read more...

Android 5.x Lollipop Distribution Rises To 12.4% For June 2015

Fragmentation used to be one of Android’s biggest problems but over the years with better relationships with carriers and OEMs, updates have begun to rollout earlier, thus helping to deal with fragmentation. There is still a fair bit...Show More Summary

LG G4 Dunked Underwater For 2 Hours And Survives

When LG announced the LG G4, in no way did they advertise the handset as being waterproof. In fact if anything, the leather back option on the phone seems to suggest that you should get anything but water on it. However we suppose there...Show More Summary

Apple Stores To Drop iPhone Carrier Subsidies This Month [Rumor]

While the iPhone is probably one of the most expensive smartphones available at the moment, thanks to carrier subsidies it has made the handset more affordable where all customers have to do is sign a two-year contract with the carrier and they will only pay a fraction of the asking price. Show More Summary

LEGO’s answer to Minecraft is now available on Steam for $14.99

There have been countless Minecraft knockoffs since the indie game phenomenon exploded on to the scene a few years ago, but there’s one that might be able to move the needle. On Monday, following a week full of rumors, LEGO and TT Games launched a new, open-world game called LEGO Worlds in Early Access on Steam. Show More Summary

Video: Shattering and then reforging the sword from Lord of the Rings

4 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Aragorn’s sword the Narsil had been famously shattered into pieces before the Lord of the Rings trilogy and was then reforged from the shards into the Anduril by the Elves in the last movie. Man At Arms: Reforged recreates that in real...Show More Summary

Asus Audio Cover Hands-On: Holy Crap, This Thing Is Awesome

When Asus announced its new ZenPad at Computex yesterday, it slipped a little gadget into the accessories section that we think needs a lot more attention. It’s called the Audio Cover, and it’s an awesome idea. More »      

Hot Swappable Raspberry Pi Rack

The Raspberry Pi has inspired many a hacker to take the inexpensive (~$35) microcomputer to the enterprise level. From bitcoin miners to clusters, the Raspberry Pi has found itself at the heart of many large-scale projects. On hackaday.io [Dave] served up his own contribution with his Raspberry Pi Rack. Show More Summary

Google Begins Removing Google+ Account Links In Gmail

Google+ was Google’s supposed answer to social networks such as Facebook and Twitter, but safe to say that even after all these years, the platform does not have the same traction as the former two. So what does this mean for the service?...Show More Summary

Classic World Of Warcraft Zone Remade Using Unreal Engine 4

While Blizzard has greatly improved the visuals of the game over the years, it’s safe to say that its graphics are nowhere near the levels of other MMORPGs out there, or even some FPS games. We suppose there is the argument to be made about how gameplay should be prioritized and not graphics, but that’s a debate for another day. Show More Summary

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