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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Review

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 sports a big, high-quality screen; large, removable battery; speedy processor; stylus; and specialized software for power users.

ZX Spectrum 'Hobbit' revival sparks developer dispute

Elves vs. Dwarves argument among retro-devs as Men just get on and play improved game Sinclair appreciation site World Of Spectrum recently relaunched its forums, after they fell over last year and users were forced to endure a temporary replacement.…

NSA planned to infect Samsung, Google app stores with spyware

A new report highlights how the NSA tried to break into Android's App store as well as Samsung's custom version. The goal? Distribute malware to targeted smartphones in the guise of app updates.

Grand Theft Auto maker lobs sueball at BBC over biopic

Casting Harry Potter as our CEO? The nerve! A spat between the creators of Grand Theft Auto and the BBC has spilled over into a legal feud.…

Moto G 1st Gen Now Getting Android 5.0.2 'Lollipop' Update

Motorola announced the Android 5.0.2 update for the first generation Moto G, which brings performance, security and UI improvements.

Nanophotonics: Chronicling the rise of tiny optical devices

The squeezing of light down to incredibly small scales is attractive in many areas, in particular computation: Researchers believe the barriers presented with developing electronics to keep up with Moore's Law, in the form of bandwidth and energy dissipation, may be overcome using light-based technologies.

Cisco allegedly altered sales records, purchase orders to beat US sanctions on Russia

Cisco may be in hot water. The company is already under investigation for alleged improprieties in its dealings with Russia. Now it may have dodged international sanctions to sell hardware, despite ongoing tensions over Ukraine.

Electronic Arts Feels The Need to Reboot 'Need For Speed'

Hey look it's another rebooted franchise. Speedhunters, Need for Speed will be available on Windows PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 this Fall.

Wireless Range Extender 101

Learn the basics of wireless range extenders, how the underlying technology works, and what to consider before you make a purchase.

'Five Eyes' Governments Planned To Hack Google's App Store To Send Malware To Users

Snowden documents show that the NSA, along with other "Five Eyes" spy agencies, planned to hack Google's app store in order to grab information from their targets' smartphones.

EKWB's EK-Supremacy EVO X99 Is Less Compatible, But Cheaper

EKWB's new water block is built specifically for the X99 socket, and is a little cheaper because of it.

Windows 10 Arriving On Xbox One 'Post-Summer'

Windows 10 is slated to arrive on the Xbox One sometime after the summer.

Quantum signatures of electronic transport in graphene discovered

Researchers at MIT and elsewhere have recently figured out not only how to build precisely defined bandgaps into composites of graphene and boron nitride, they uncovered the deeper electronic structure of the material and found that it contains some of the most fascinating physics known.

SilverStone Adds To The Sugo Series With The SG12 Case

SilverStone adds yet another small form-factor case to its Sugo Series. The SG12 has room for three fans and allows GPUs up to 14.5 inches.

SpaceX Dragon successfully departs from the International Space Station

NASA has announced that the SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft was successfully released from the International Space Station's robotic arm this morning at 7:04am ET, by Expedition 43 robotic arm operator Scott Kelly.

Sling TV Finally Arrives On Android TV, Nexus Player

Sling TV is now available on Android TV devices, including the Nexus Player.

YouTube Enables 60fps Live Streaming

You can already watch videos at 60 frames per second on YouTube, but the popular video site now allows live streaming on the high framerate.

Does Microsoft Hyperlapse Pro Actually Work? We Go Hands-On

Microsoft's Hyperlapse is built to make it easy to make first-person action videos, but how well does it really work? Let's find out.

Nintendo Ends Wii U Basic In Japan, Begins Producing White Wii U Deluxe

The Nintendo Wii U has been out for a few years now, using a deluxe and basic model to cover the market. At least in Japan, the basic model is now coming to an end, but a new deluxe model will take its place.

ET deals: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 14-inch touchscreen Ultrabook for $925

If you're looking for a lightweight laptop with all-day battery life, you need to check out the ThinkPad X1 Carbon from Lenovo. It weighs less than three pounds, measures just seven-tenths of an inch thick, and holds nearly 11 hours of battery life on a single charge. And today, we found a coupon that will help you save hundreds of dollars off the list price.

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