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Indie developers claim Ouya is refusing to pay thousands in promised payments

Ouya has been sold to Razer, but what about the promises it made to developers? So far, the company isn't honoring its previous deals, though there's some talk that Razer might take up the business, but no hard information yet.

ExtremeTech explains: How does GPS work?

GPS is more than the blinking dot on a moving map. It will steer headlamps, improve self-driving, wring more miles out of a hybrid's battery. Accuracy will improve from several car lengths to several inches.

New material combines photons for big solar energy gains

A new hybrid material could make solar power more efficient without requiring that we learn how to make all new types of solar panels.

IBM wants to cool data centers with their own waste heat

IBM already pioneered a hot-water cooling system, but with their new developments, they've gone one step farther. The Thrive project is dedicated to creating a heat pump that can run on waste heat.

Acer Aspire S7-393 Review (2015): Refreshed With Intel's Broadwell

We've got a fairly well defined set of expectations from today's ultrabooks. What you trade away in performance, you usually gain in convenience with these ultra-light, ultra-portable, and easy to carry laptops. We wouldn't make an ultrabook our primary gaming system or video-encoding cruncher, for example, but we would definitely carry one...

Dell Venue 10 7000 2-in-1 Review: Brains And Beauty

The tablet world is shifting quickly. While arguments for and against the need for a "third device" have been raging since the early days of the iPad, we're seeing tablets emerge that are far more potent and capable than ever before. In fact, it's tough to lump products like Dell's Venue 10 7000 in with bargain-bin slates that are clearly...

Moto’s flagship killers show China’s arrived

Looking for a solid value Android phone? Look no further than Lenovo’s proposition Hands On  Chinese phone manufacturers have been threatening to make the big bucks brand name Android flagship market obsolete for some time now – but Motorola now looks the strongest challenger.…

At last we know for sure. Blighty's 'best mobile network' is ...

We’ll give you a clue. It’s not O2, Vodafone, or Three The biannual survey of mobile networks conducted by RootMetrics has found that EE still leads the pack, and provides the best mobile phone coverage.…

'Untraceable' VoIP caller ID-spoofing website accepts Bitcoin

It won't take 'fiat currency' though. You've been warned, digi-hipsters A new VoIP service allows you to hide who you are by being web-based, having no registration checks, allowing you to spoof caller identity, and pay by Bitcoin.…

Speed freak: Kingston HyperX Predator 480GB PCIe SSD

Flash vendor's fastest drive ever Review  If evidence from last/early this year’s large technology shows is anything to go by, then 2015 might just be the year that consumer PCIe SSD market begins stirring – something that's long overdue.…

Blighty tablet sales plunge 31 per cent in saturated market

Eurozone buffer helps desktop PCs sales rise 20 per cent, however The free fall descent of the tablet distribution market accelerated for the second quarter of 2015, with channel fondleslab sales plunging by 22 per cent to 2.3 million across Western Europe.…

Ford's parallel PARCing: Motor giant tries to craft new tech just like Xerox

Thinking outside the (gear) box Ford is scared of the future. It has to figure out how to survive in a time when manually driving your car to work is as archaic as commuting by horse.…

Apple drops plans for smaller iPhone 6C, claims analyst

Rumor was that Apple was working on a smaller iPhone 6C with a 4-inch display. Now the word is that the company has dropped those plans.

Want to remove the ads from Solitaire in Windows 10? That'll be $1.49 a month

Microsoft is once again bundling Solitaire with Windows, but if you want an ad-free experience then that's going to cost you.

Thecus N5810 Pro NAS Review

Thecus' N5810 Pro is the only NAS in its price class with a built-in battery backup that allows the system to save your data even after the power goes out.

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.…

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