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Sony Xperia Z4v for Verizon has officially been cancelled

After missing its scheduled summer release, things weren’t looking to hot for the Sony Xperia Z4v launch on Verizon. A souped up version of the Sony Xperia Z3+, Verizon had apparently planned on launching the phone sometime in August. Looks like that's no longer happening.

Amazon will stop selling Apple TVs and Chromecasts. So what?

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Although it seems pretty cut and dry, there are folks in tech media that feel Amazon shouldn't actually stay competitive, as businesses tend to do to survive. Case in point: Amazon…

Microsoft releases new updates for Surface 3 LTE devices

Ahead of the big Surface Pro 4 announcement tomorrow, Microsoft has released a new update for Surface 3 LTE devices (running both Windows 10 and 8.1). The latest update doesn’t bring any new feature specific to the Surface 3 LTE devices — however, it brings improvements for the mobile broadband network which should improve the […]

Come chat about the LG V10 at!

The LG V10 is official, and it's on its way to Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile very soon. You'll likely have questions, concerns, thoughts and opinions to throw around, and what better place to do that than the community at Our LG V10 forums are now open!

News: New Philips Hue Bridge supports HomeKit, Siri

The new HomeKit-enabled Hue Bridge ($60) that Philips has been teasing for months is now available. The upgraded Bridge 2.0 allows users to control all existing and future Hue bulbs and lamps using Siri, courtesy of the updated Hue app. Show More Summary

Google Store now offering ASUS ZenWatch 2 for $149.99

Looking to get you hands on the ASUS ZenWatch 2? The company’s latest Android Wear smartwatch is now available for purchase from the Google Store, at least in one configuration. The ASUS ZenWatch 2 comes in two size options of 45mm and 49mm, with the respective color options of Navy Blue [...]

New ‘Peeple’ App No Longer Has A Website Or Social Media Accounts

The controversial new app called Peeple has disappeared from the internet. The new app being hailed as the “Yelp for People” has mysteriously vanished, along with some of its social media accounts. The new app called Peeple had plans to launch in November of this year. Show More Summary

New Philips Hue Bridge brings support for Apple HomeKit, Siri voice control

Philips on Monday officially debuted its second-generation Hue Bridge which, through compatibility with Apple's HomeKit protocol and Siri, acts as a central control hub for connected devices like lights, door locks and more.

Out Now: Need For Speed: No Limits

Made by the geniuses behind the Real Racing series, the Fire Monkeys, Need for Speed: No Limits is available now in the App Store and Google Play. Build your dream ride with an unbelievable range of cars and customizations. Launch yourself between chaos and control as you hit the loud pedal and roll into underground car culture. Show More Summary

Peeple shuts down its social media accounts but will launch its nicer, more boring app next week

Controversial people-rating app Peeple took a new path today and now it seems like it’s going to be available sooner than we expected and in the form of a more pleasant app than previously reported. Originally, the cut-throat app was due to be released officially in November and let you review everyone you know. Show More Summary

Peeple to Undergo Changes; Internet Still Unimpressed

A week ago, Julia Cordray’s with a blog post entitled “I Became a Trending Topic for the Wrong Reasons. Here’s Why We need Peeple, the Positivity App I’m Building” -to-launch app Peeple drew a lot of the internet’s ire, and Corday’s decided to give it a major overhaul while explaining her side of the matter. […]

Pepsi Will Release Limited Edition Back to the Future Bottle, Pepsi Perfect

People who grew up watching Back to the Future: Part II are still waiting on hoverboards, flying cars, and those self-lacing shoes. But there is one product that fans of the film will soon be able to buy: Pepsi Perfect. Read more...

Samsung Gear VR for Galaxy S6, S6 edge and Note 4 only $99 at Best Buy

If you've had your eyes on the Samsung Gear VR, but weren't completely sold on the $200 price point, this deal from Best Buy may excite you. The retailer has slashed the price of the VR headset by 50 percent, dropping it down to just $99.

'Peeple', the Human-Rating App, Was a Bad Idea. But What Came Next Was Worse

The app dubbed "Yelp for humans" shows us everything that's wrong with the internet. But there's a twist to this story.

Microsoft is bringing our most requested feature to the Xbox One controller

In the coming weeks, Microsoft is going to completely reimagine your Xbox One dashboard with the New Xbox One Experience, but the changes aren’t stopping there. Over the weekend, Mike Ybarra, Director of Program Management for Xbox,Show More Summary

News: Apple to open Apple TV’s universal search API to more content providers

Apple plans to expand the new Apple TV’s universal search far beyond its initial launch partners, Buzzfeed reports. Universal search is one of the marquee features in the new device, letting users search once for a term and see results from multiple sources. Show More Summary

Take a look inside the $90 million superyacht that can travel nearly 5,000 miles on one tank of fuel

The Silverfast superyacht is the world leader in speed and fuel-efficiency. But that all comes at a price point of $90 million. Here's an inside look at the luxury yacht.  Produced by Emma Fierberg. Original Reporting by Max Slater-Robins. Video courtesy of Burgess. Follow BI Video: On Facebook   Join the conversation about this story »

Twitter Names Jack Dorsey CEO, Adam Bain Becomes COO, Dick Costolo Steps Down From Board

After four months of running under Jack Dorsey interim chief executive, today Twitter finally named him as its permanent leader. The man who helped co-found Twitter in 2006 is now its full-time CEO again. Dorsey is juggling the job with a couple of other roles. Show More Summary

Apple CEO Tim Cook has explained in a heartfelt speech why he came out as gay (AAPL)

Apple CEO Tim Cook says that he chose to come out as gay because "people need to hear that being gay is not a limitation," Re/code reports. Cook was speaking at the Human Rights Campaign awards dinner on October 3 in Washington DC. He...Show More Summary

In wake of unflattering movies, Tim Cook emails Apple staff asking to honor Steve Jobs on the 4th anniversary of his passing

Tim Cook has emailed Apple staff on the 4th anniversary of the passing of Steve Jobs, thanking them for “remembering both who he was and what he stood for,” reports the Telegraph. Cook said that Jobs was “a brilliant person” who left an incredible legacy. What is his legacy? I see it all around us: An […]

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