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OnePlus One No Longer Requires Invitation, But OnePlus 2 Will

OnePlus announced that it will end the invite system for the OnePlus One smartphone, and consumers can purchase it globally at any time, starting today.

Astronomers: Dark matter may interact with itself

A team of astronomers have determined that dark matter may interact with itself, and can even be observed doing so, in a way other than through the force of gravity.

ET deals: Dell UltraSharp 24-inch IPS monitor for $252

Is your monitor starting to show its age? Well, it's probably time for an upgrade, and today we found a deal that will save you over 25% off a gorgeous IPS 24-inch 1080p monitor from Dell. Kick your old low-res monitor to the curb, and treat yourself to a beautiful new display.

VMware Announces Open Source Project Lightwave, Project Photon

VMware announced the introduction of two new Open Source projects, Project Lightwave and Project Photon, both of which are intended to improve scalability and integration between cloud apps and existing enterprise infrastructure.

AMD: Windows 10 to launch "at the end of July"

AMD has let slip that the Microsoft's new operating system will launch at the end of July.

Intel NUC5i7RYH Broadwell-U Iris NUC Review

Over the last couple of years, mini-PCs in the ultra-compact form factor (UCFF) have emerged as one of the bright spots in the troubled PC market. Intel's NUC systems are one of the most popular in this category. The lack of graphic prowess in the NUCs allowed for machines such as BRIX Pro (based on the Haswell Iris Pro CPU) to enter the market. Show More Summary

Sony Announces the Xperia Z4

Today Sony Mobile officially announced the Xperia Z4 on their Japanese website. The Xperia Z4 will be the company's flagship smartphone for 2015, sitting alongside Sony's flagship tablet which is called the Xperia Z4 Tablet. Based on...Show More Summary

Chinese 'Superphone' manufacturer declares war on Apple

Godwin's Law makes an appearance during handset launch Under the moniker of “Superphones”, streaming TV company LeTV has launched a trio of high-end mobes with all the subtlety of a hippo with toothache.…

iPhone vs. Galaxy fight hospitalises two after beer bottle stabbing

Mix of Android, iOS and booze turns nasty in Oklahoma Tulsa, Oklahoma, TV station KTUL is reporting that two men were left with “cuts all over their bodies … covered with blood” after an argument over the merits of Android and iOS “escalated”.…

Zotac GeForce GTX 960 AMP! Edition Review

Zotac’s GeForce GTX 960 AMP! Edition sure looks good, thanks to its sleek metal shroud and dual fan design, but does it perform as good as it looks?

BenQ XL2420G G-Sync Monitor Review

Even though FreeSync is starting to appear, G-Sync is still the go-to tech for gamers seeking an image free of frame-tearing. Today we’re checking out BenQ’s latest feature-laden display – the 24-inch XL2420G.

Silicon Valley celebrates Moore’s Law, looks forward to next 50 years

What better place to celebrate Moore's Law than the Computer History Museum? In an all-day, all-star, event, valley pioneers looked back and looked forward and what the next 50 years might bring.

Super Flower Leadex Titanium 1600W Power Supply Review

Corsair's mighty AX1500i PSU must now face some stiff competition, as Super Flower's new Leadex Titanium 1600W offers even more power and efficiency.

Give your iPhone or iPad a storage boost

The iPhone and iPad are wildly popular devices, but if you're one of those people who likes to carry a lot of data with them, you've probably at one time or another hit a storage limit. Here's how you can add more storage to your iPhone or iPad quickly and easily - no jailbreaking or cracking your device open required.

Go for a spin on Record Store Day: Lifting the lid on vinyl, CD and tape

Tech for digitising treasured tunes – how easy is it to get into the groove? Feature  Today, Saturday 18 April, is Record Store Day. Partly a celebration of vinyl, and partly a keen marketing drive to remind people that there are still places to buy music that don't involve massive offshore companies. Show More Summary

Makerbot axes 'scores of staff' – 3D printing just doesn't pay the bills

Morale hits new low for troubled kitchen-table factory pioneer, Reg source claims 3D printing pioneers Makerbot has culled roughly 80 employees at its Brooklyn headquarters, abolished three divisions, and closed three of its shops.…

Cougar 500K Gaming Keyboard Hands On: Bells And Whistles, But No Mechanical Switches

The Cougar 500K gaming keyboard has all the trimmings you expect from a well-featured typer -- cool lighting, macro keys, a rubber no-slip wrist rest, and so on -- but it doesn't have mechanical switches.

US regulators may scuttle Time Warner Cable-Comcast merger

The Comcast/Time Warner merger may not happen after all. New information suggests the government will block the deal on the basis of potential harm to consumers.

Leaked Sony emails show MPAA’s opposition to fair use, confirms users are viewed as thieves

The MPAA has often claimed it favored free use despite operating more like a mustachioed villain from an old movie serial. Documents from the Sony leak show otherwise.

Google Nexus 6 Review

Is the Nexus 6 worth its premium price, or are there better options to get your Lollipop fix?

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