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DeNA's 'Deckstorm: Duel of Guardians' Is Shutting Down

DeNA's Deckstorm: Duel of Guardians [Free] is a CCG that tried to target players looking for more complexity from a card game and brought some clever ideas to the CCG formula. Unfortunately, with DeNA Western shutting down (which we wrote about recently), Deckstorm is following suit and shutting down operations soon. As posted in-game, starting

Internet struck by waves of outages as massive DDoS attack affects major services

A massive DNS attack is chewing up the Internet and making connections slow and trouble-prone.

PlayStation VR Review: Something great for everyone

Sony has created something that is somehow greater than the sum of its parts, and in some cases will improve over time. Pros The most comfortable headset yet Comparably inexpensive Healthy software ecosystem Cons Mediocre controllers 180-degree...Show More Summary

This hit intro to coding bundle has added 16 hours of new content and is 90% off

You won’t have to spend a fortune on programming training as long this bundle is around. Loaded with 12 comprehensive courses, the Complete 2016 Learn to Code Bonus Bundle can get your coding career off the ground with immersive training in some of the best programming tools around. Show More Summary

Yuneec Breeze 4K Drone Review: Flying Selfie Stick

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The Yuneec Breeze 4K is a small and simple-to-fly drone that takes decent video, but it's worth spending a bit more to get better results.

'Spingun' Review - Spin to Win

There's very little that's more satisfying than an easy to grasp game. If it has shooting elements, great, it probably appeals to the little destroyer in us all. That's precisely why so many have flocked to Downwell [$2.99], as it has that "one more run" type of feel combined with a loveable art style and

Hackers broke the internet today — here’s how

After a large-scale distributed denial of service attack took down large portions of the internet today, Dyn reported our connected devices could be responsible for the attack. Here’s how it works: A distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack uses multiple machines to attack a central server. Show More Summary

Microsoft in 2010 offered to buy Facebook for $24 billion and Mark Zuckerberg said ‘no’

Facebook over the years has received no shortage of buyout offers, with Yahoo's bid to purchase the social network for $1 billion back in 2006 perhaps being the most famous of all. While $1 billion seems like a steal today, rememberShow More Summary

How Low-G Coffee Cups Could Help Get Us to Mars

If you’re a coffee lover, there’s nothing quite as enjoyable as sitting by a window and watching the sunrise, hot mug of java in hand. But until recently, caffeine-loving astronauts have had to check their hot beverage sipping habits at the airlock. Show More Summary

Razer Blade Pro packs Nvidia 1080, but is almost as thin as MacBook Pro

Razer has spent much of the last few years trying to dispel the notion that you need a super bulky laptop for serious gaming chops, and made waves with its svelte Blade and Blade Stealth. Now the company is giving its largest laptopShow More Summary

Here's what's inside the new Google pop-up shop where nothing's for sale

Google's new pop-up shop in New York City, which is located at 96 Spring Street in SoHo, has a lot of cool products. But none of them are actually for sale in the store. Here's a look at what's inside. Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »

26 Fan Art Takes on Marvel Characters That Belong in a Museum

Fan art and fine art are coming together! This week, we’ve got fan art from eight talented artists who have taken inspiration from some of the more recent masters. Megan Lara, and DeviantArt users HanieMohd, jackieocean, johntylerchristopher,...Show More Summary

ZTE’s Crowdsourced Phone Has Eye Tracking and an Adhesive Back

In August, ZTE launched their CSX Project, an attempt to create a phone using design suggestions from anyone who joined their Z-Community forum. The contest took in hundreds of ideas and involved voters from 176 countries, but ZTE managed to whittle it down to five before putting things a vote. Show More Summary

Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless Headphones Review

It was way back in 2013 that we reviewed Bowers & Wilkins P7 headphones. The headphones exuded luxury and they sounded great. Here in 2016, Bowers & Wilkins has finally taken the plunge into wireless with the P7 — the company ended its...Show More Summary

This timelapse video of five Manhattan buildings getting demolished is satisfying to watch

At 1,401 feet tall, One Vanderbilt tower will soon become the second tallest skyscraper in New York City. To make room for the tower, which celebrated its groundbreaking on October 18,  five buildings in midtown Manhattan needed to be knocked down. Show More Summary

Europe's lost Mars lander probably 'exploded on impact' — see the photos

When the European Space Agency (ESA) lost contact with its Schiaparelli lander on October 19, the probe was headed toward its doom: a 60-second free-fall that ended in an explosion — and a new crater on Mars. According to data it beamed...Show More Summary

Spotify Rolls Out Updated App to 2015 and 2016 Samsung Smart TVs

Spotify is rolling out a big update to their Samsung Smart TV app, but not all Samsung smart televisions will have access to it. Those owning 2015 or 2016 models will get the update, with owners of older models retaining the existing version of the app. Show More Summary

MeQ Introduces Over-Ear Versions of Their Custom-Tuned Even Headphones

We recently took a look at the Even in-ear headphones — they were unique in that they could adjust tuning of the drivers to your hearing, compensating for any deficiencies you might have in hearing low, middle, or high frequencies, as well as differences between your left and right ears. Show More Summary

Samsung executives on thin ice before year-end reshuffle

Prior to Samsung Electronics’ annual reshuffle of its top brass and executives in December, a sense of anxiety has descended upon the world’s largest smartphone maker, which has been hit hard by the recent Galaxy Note 7 crisis, according to sources on Oct. Show More Summary

GTA 5 MOD - Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (Bomb)

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