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OnePlus 2 Coming August 11, Starting At $329

OnePlus has now wrapped up the first ever VR product launch, and the details of the OnePlus 2 are finally out. We now know everything but the price.

OnePlus Announces the OnePlus 2: 389 USD High-End Flagship

OnePlus showed up on the scene last year with a “flagship killer”, the OnePlus One. For those that are unfamiliar with this device, it brought a Snapdragon 801 SoC, 5.5” 1080p display, and some generally impressive hardware at a 350USD price point for the 64GB variant. Show More Summary

Intel tests definition of insanity with typoslab Skylake CPUs – leak

Ultrabooks, tablets, all-in-one PCs... these are still selling, right? Right? The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results. And it appears Intel is testing that definition, if what's claimed to be Chipzilla Powerpoint slides that made their way to leaked to a blog called FanlessTech this month are the real thing.…

OnePlus 2: The smartie that's trying to outsmart Google's Android

Breathe new Oxygen into ecosystem in a stylish case First look  Last April, OnePlus put their first handset on the market with an invite-only system that has been highly praised by some Android enthusiasts and panned by the major manufacturers who scoff at the unusual model.…

Gamers zap brain-to-computer kit market to US$200m by 2020

No need to shave your head just yet, but poseur gamers might do it anyway Brain-to-Machine Interface (BMI) products will become a US$200m market by 2020, and the action will kick off this Christmas season according to analyst outfit ABI research.…

Buy a Tesla for the good of Australia, say country's dino-burners

Save us from declining demand, electricity suppliers cry Australia's energy industry, overwhelmingly dominated by the burning of dinosaurs, has decided the country needs more electric vehicles (EVs).…

Soon You Won't Need Google+ To Use Google Services

Google announced that in the coming months it will be making changes to Google+, including discontinuing the requirement to use the social media site to access other Google services.

Heartbleed-Level Vulnerability Found In 950 Million Android Devices, Thanks To DRM

Zimperium researchers found a security vulnerability in all versions of Android (starting with 2.2) that would allow attackers to infect their targets without any user action by simply sending them an MMS message.

Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses Now Available With Prescription Safety Lenses

Vuzix Corporation has announced the availability of prescription capable safety glasses, made by Rochester Optical, which are designed for use with the Vuzix M100 heads-up display.

Lava Pixel V1 Jumpstarts Next Generation Of 'Android One' Devices

Google and its partner Lava began the rollout of the next-generation of Android One devices with the Pixel V1, an ~$177 smartphone for India, with a 5.5" HD screen, quad-core Cortex-A7 CPU and 2 GB of RAM.

Musk, Hawking, Wozniak: Ban AI warfare, autonomous weapons

1,000 scientists, leaders warn against AI weapons that decide when to fire. And at what.

A security flaw in Steam let anyone change your password

Did you experience any unexpected activity on your Steam account last week? Well, it seems that there was a major security flaw in Valve's password reset feature that allowed anyone to reset your password -- even without access to your email.

Samsung’s new monitor has a wireless charging pad built-in

Samsung's new monitor has a wireless Qi charging pad for your phone built-in, because why not?

eBay Combining Extra Apps And Services, Shuttering eBay Now In The U.S.

eBay announced it will be closing down some of its gratuitous applications soon in order to focus on its core areas of business.

Game over, Ouya, the Android gaming console

Thanks for all that Kickstarter cash – upstart gobbled by Razer Ouya has been purchased by games house Razer in a move that likely signals the end of the road for its self-titled Android gaming console.…

Bin your Android phone: 1 BILLION mobes can be infected by a single text

Good luck getting it patched on non-Nexus kit any time soon – may as well just buy a new one The vast majority of Android phones can be silently infected each by a single text message, allowing criminals to worm their way into as many as 950 million devices.…

Intel M.2 DC S3500 Enterprise SSD Review

Intel is the first fab-enabled manufacturer to come forward with an enterprise-class M.2 SSD. Come along for a closer look at the diminutive speedster.

Altera’s Stratix 10 is a marvel of high-performance FPGA design

Intel will be acquiring Altera's new Stratix 10 chip, a device some are calling "the most significant step forward in high-end FPGAs."

Google kills mandatory Google Plus identity policy, rolls back YouTube changes

Google has promised to roll back the controversial Google Plus account requirements it put in place for making comments on sites like YouTube, and to decouple the accounts from other services. Is this simply too little, too late?

Floating solar installations could boost adoption, increase efficiency

Offshore and water-based power generation in Japan could be critical to replacing the power lost to the nuclear phase-out after the Fukushima Daiichi disaster in 2011.

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