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Sony Claims 5.3 Million PlayStation 4 Units Sold

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But does that put it ahead of Microsoft’s Xbox One? continue…

Google’s Next Security Tool: High-Frequency Sound?

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Google just acquired SlickLogin, which logs in users via inaudible tones played through PC or tablet speakers. continue…

Why Apple Acquiring Tesla Makes Sense

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Rumors of Apple acquiring the electric car manufacturer are floating around. continue…

‘CandySwipe’ Crushed: When Game Development Gets Nasty

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Things aren’t so sweet in the world of mobile game development. continue…

Microsoft Considering Android App Support for Windows: Report

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Desperate times could call for desperate measures, apparently. continue…

How I Lost Google Glass (and Regained Faith in Humanity)

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The saga of a lost Google Glass unit hints at the danger of storing so much of our data on wearable electronics. continue…

Why Would Nokia Produce an Android Smartphone?

Is there a strategy behind a Microsoft subsidiary releasing an Android device? Or is this a repeat of Nokia’s N9 experience? continue…

Is the Nook Doomed?

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Barnes & Noble has reportedly laid off a number of the e-reader’s hardware engineers. continue…

The Mystery of Flappy Bird

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Why would a developer shut down a mobile game earning him $50,000 per day? continue…

Cloudinary vs. Blitline: Cloud-Image Services Compared

As Web applications grow in number and capability, storing large amounts of images can quickly become a problem. continue…