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Apple iPhone 7 Rumours: Taiwanese Pop Star Photographed With The iPhone 7 Plus, Tipster Evan Blass Confirms Release Date To Be September 16

As we approach the date of the Apple iPhone 7 — or iPhone 6SE, whatever it is going to be named — more leaks are flowing in by the day. We have two fresh leaks for you: a famous Taiwanese pop star Jimmy Lin was photographed with what looks like the iPhone 7 Plus and... Show More Summary

New Ruling On Live Music Venues Means Sydney Can Rock Out With Its Lockout

A Supreme Court ruling this week means live music venues and strip clubs are exempt from Sydney’s lockout laws. More »      

Microsoft signs the Equal Pay Pledge, seeks to close gap between gender pay

The Equal Pay Pledge, a White House initiative with goals to close the gap between gender salaries, has just garnered 39 new signees, including Redmond’s very own Microsoft. The pledge, which was announced ealier this year, seeks to have companies commit to cunducting yearly analysis of salaries, both by gender and occupation, as well as […]

Security News This Week: Hillary Clinton Didn’t Delete Her Emails, She Super Deleted Them

Each Saturday we round up the news stories that we didn’t break or cover in depth at WIRED, but which deserve your attention nonetheless. The post Security News This Week: Hillary Clinton Didn't Delete Her Emails, She Super Deleted Them appeared first on WIRED.

This Week in National Affairs: It’s Back to School, and It’s Ugly

School is starting up again. It's going about as well as you'd expect. The post This Week in National Affairs: It's Back to School, and It's Ugly appeared first on WIRED.

The Feds Just Gave Amtrak $2.4 Billion. This Is Why It Needs the Money

How to spend a few billion on railroads like an old-timey tycoon. The post The Feds Just Gave Amtrak $2.4 Billion. This Is Why It Needs the Money appeared first on WIRED.

These ‘Captain America: Civil War’ bloopers will brighten up your weekend

Next week is going to be exceptionally busy, with Apple slated to reveal the iPhone 7 and Sony preparing to announce a slim PS4 alongside a "high-end" PS4. For those of us who cover the worlds of technology and entertainment, it's important...Show More Summary

PayPal cofounder Max Levchin praises White House proposal to attract immigrant entrepreneurs

(Reuters) – The Obama administration proposed a rule on Friday aimed at attracting thousands of immigrant entrepreneurs to start companies in the United States. The rule, proposed by the Department of Homeland Security, would ease the ability of startup founders to build companies if they have significant funding from U.S. investors. The administration hopes the […]

New On Netflix: More Than 50 New Shows And Movies This Week

Jeff Foxworthy and "Once Upon A Time" lead off a list of more than 50 new offerings on the streaming service.

Putting {Style} into the Online New York Times Stylebook

The New York Times Stylebook is our canonical reference for how our newsroom uses language. During our recent Maker Week, we asked: how might we make the online Stylebook even more useful?

NBN Shifts 1 Million Premises From HFC to FTTN

NBN Co just moved 1.2 million premises from the “HFC” pile to the “FTTN” pile in its construction planning, which is bad news for anyone living in those premises. As for who that is exactly, we’ll have to wait a little longer to find out. More »      

Gear VR: Has Samsung Perfected The Mobile Virtual Reality Headset?

When Samsung came out with the developer’s edition of the Gear VR in December of 2014, the consensus was that the headset was cool and groundbreaking, but flawed. At the time, it only worked with the Galaxy Note 4. CNET gave the device three-and-a-half stars. Show More Summary

BMW previews James Bond-like 'Remote View 3D' for new 5 Series

Want to know what's happening around your car at all times? It seems with the next BMW 5 Series, you might be able to do just that. SEE ALSO: Timeline: The future of driverless cars, from Audi to Volvo BMW decided to be a big tease Friday...Show More Summary

Will VR ever be mainstream or will it remain a niche?

On this week's episode of MashTalk, the Mashable Tech team talks about a wide range of things happening in the tech world from Android to VR to McDonald's (yes, Mickey D's) to Apple CEO Tim Cook. I'm joined this week by our Chief Correspondent Lance Ulanoff and for the first time by our tech analyst and editor Adario Strange. Show More Summary

The TouchArcade Show - 271 - I Just Need Some SPEED

We do our best to make up for last week's podcast connectivity SNAFU by talking about a whole bunch of game releases, from both this week and last week. This results in a little bit quicker than usual rundown of the news, but, hey, you probably already read it here on TouchArcade anyway. The games

This technology could triple the speed and double the range of Wi-Fi

This story was delivered to BI Intelligence Apps and Platforms Briefing subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. A network-boosting technology that can overcome Wi-Fi bandwidth constraints that stem from limited spectrum...Show More Summary

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 vs Galaxy S7 Edge

Many say that the Galaxy Note 7 is the Galaxy S7 Edge with an S-Pen but is that fair to say? We take a look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 vs Galaxy S7 Edge!

Retailer NewEgg has Xbox One S Halo Bundle with ‘Assassin’s Creed Syndicate’ for $329.98

If you thought Microsoft’s Xbox One S 500GB Console Halo Collection Bundle for $299 was a great deal, online retailer NewEgg is willing to give you even more bang for your buck. Not only will you be getting the entire Halo Collection bundle, complete with a 500GB Xbox One S console, an Xbox Wireless Controller, […]

HP, HP Enterprise Accused of Age Discrimination in Suit

Four former employees of Hewlett-Packard Co. have filed a lawsuit alleging they were victims of age discrimination as the technology giant pared its workforce in recent years.

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