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Hate the BlackBerry Z10 and Passport? How about this dusty old flashback instead?

BlackBerry Classic aims to rekindle the flames The barren husk of BlackBerry is looking to recapture a stake in the smartphone market by going back to its roots as a maker of business communication devices.…

Everspin teams up with GlobalFoundries to build commercial MRAM

MRAM researcher Everspin has signed a new agreement to build 40nm MRAM with GlobalFoundries, but will the chips ever hit densities that compete with NAND flash?

Assassin’s Creed Unity is beautiful on the PC – and tuned exclusively for Nvidia GPUs

A new in-engine gameplay video seems to confirm that Assassin's Creed Unity is really, really pretty. Oh, and bad news if you have a Radeon: The game has certain graphics features that will only be available on Nvidia graphics cards...

Skyera Releases skyHawk FS All-Flash Array: Up to 136TB of NAND in 1U

Our enterprise storage coverage has mainly been focused on individual enterprise SSDs from the likes of Intel and Micron, but there's a lot of interesting action in the storage array space. I met with most of the big names in the array...Show More Summary

ET deals: Samsung H6350 55-inch Smart LED TV + $200 Dell eGift Card for $898

TVs are getting smarter and faster, and this 2014 Samsung HDTV is loaded with a powerful processor and cool capabilities. Including a $200 eGift card you can now shave an effective $702 off the regular price, which means this stylish 55-inch HDTV will run you a net of just $698.

The Earth and Moon, as seen from elsewhere in the universe

Have you ever wondered what the Earth looks like from the Moon? Or what the Earth and Moon looks like through the rigs of Saturn, or billions of miles away from the edge of the Solar System? Well, now you can find out!

Lawyers mobilise angry mob against Apple over alleged 2011 Macbook Pro crapness

We suffered 'random bouts of graphical distortion' - fanbois A legal firm has launched a class action against Apple over claims the 2011 MacBook Pro suffered from "random bouts of graphical distortion, system instability and system failures".…

Why the iPhone 6 doesn’t have a sapphire screen

A new report from DisplayMate claims that sapphire glass is simply too reflective to match up well against the latest from Corning and Apple. Will we ever see high-end products shipping sapphire glass?

PEAK APPLE: iOS 8 is least popular Cupertino mobile OS in all of HUMAN HISTORY

'Nerd release' finally staggers past 50 per cent adoption Half of all fanbois and gurlz have finally installed iOS 8 on their iThings, hammering home the point that Apple's new mobile operating system is much less popular than previous versions.…

Google X is working on nanoparticles that swim through your blood, identifying cancer and other diseases

There is a bold new project from the Google X research lab to monitor your state of health from the inside. The core technology will be an army of magnetic nanoparticles that are injected into to your circulatory system.

This is why we CAN have nice things: Samsung Galaxy Alpha

iPhone 6 botherer? Review  It must sting Samsung that the criticism most often levelled at the manufacturer is that its flagship Galaxy S devices feel cheap and plasticky. And for once the criticism is not just coming from Apple fan...

Antares rocket explodes during launch

Last night, an Antares rocket exploded 14 seconds after launch. The Antares, developed by US company Orbital Sciences, was meant to carry around 5,000 pounds (2,260 kilos) of supplies to the International Space Station. No one was harmed by the explosion, though the launch site will have sustained significant damage. Show More Summary

FTC sues AT&T over misleading and deceptive use of ‘Unlimited’ data plans

The FTC has filed a lawsuit against AT&T, alleging that the company's treatment of its 'Unlimited' customers is discriminatory and illegal.

IBM, backing away from hardware? NEVER!

Don't be so sure, so-surers HPC Blog  So, it looks like IBM has moved its chipworks over to Globalfoundries, as described by Reg hack Tim Worstall here. But what are the implications for IBM's systems business?…

Apple spent just ONE DOLLAR beefing up the latest iPad Air 2

New iPads look a lot like the old one. There's a reason for that New iPad Air 2 components cost Apple just one dollar more than the previous model, according to the teardown bods at IHS.…

Find My Phone does just one thing but Samsung's messed it up

Hackers can p0wn smartmobes through handset location services Researcher Mohamed Baset has reported a zero day flaw that allows hackers to lock a host of Samsung phones with the lost device feature.…

Logitech K480 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard Capsule Review

We have been doing round-ups of various input devices fit for HTPC purposes. Some of the vendors have started shipping with Bluetooth instead of using a proprietary communication mechanism over 2.4 GHz RF. The advantage of Bluetooth is its versatility and presence in almost all modern mobile devices (smartphones and tablets). Show More Summary

Motorola and Verizon Announce the Droid Turbo

Verizon and Motorola have always had a close relationship. The smartphones in Motorola's Droid line are typically exclusive to the carrier, and they helped make Verizon a heavy supporter of Android devices during a time where AT&T was the exclusive US carrier for the iPhone. Show More Summary

Microsoft is implementing Mac-like trackpad gestures in Windows 10

Microsoft has just announced that trackpad gestures are getting a makeover in Windows 10. Sure, you've been able to tap and swipe with Windows before, but some of the more advanced gestures we've seen in Mac OS X are now making their way into Microsoft's extremely popular operating system.

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