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The unannounced HTC One Mini keeps showing up in leaked photos acting as if it were officially unveiled, but this time the smartphone is sporting a look that’s a horse…

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Google Reader may have closed its doors for good on Monday , but there’s still a chance to rescue all of that lovely data before the company “systematically deletes” it like…

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HTC can’t seem to stop showering the love on its flagship One , what with the whole Nexus version and all, but one phone is being pushed to the has-been…

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Update: Microsoft is out with some clarification about the apps it has and hasn’t announced. The company informed us today that Songza is available for Windows 8 right now, though it…

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Ever since Sony announced its Xperia Z Android phone, the Japanese manufacturer has been busy building up the brand with tablets and phablets alike. While releasing the Xperia Tablet Z…

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If you need to lose a few pounds, watching what you eat sounds like common-sense advice. But it’s easy to lose track when you’re totting up calorie counts in…

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Along with a new look, Optus is putting customers front and center with new plans that it hopes will shake up the current Australian market. You may have noticed Optus’…

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Just six months after Dropbox acquired the photo-sharing service, Snapjoy has announced that it will be shutting down on July 24. Snapjoy provided users online storage for their photos, as…

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Reports this weekend suggest that the Sony PlayStation 4 could go on sale two weeks before the Xbox One console this November. German and Dutch retail outlet Media Markt has put…

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The world can be a sad and scary place, so it’s important to find fun wherever you can. For some of us that means calling in sick when there’s a…

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Science never ceases to amaze, and this Week in Science is no exception. From the discovery of a strange new subatomic particle that could change the way we look at…

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The security of mobile devices to this point has been restricted to a personal identification number or a simple swipe of the finger on the screen. With the amount of…

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State officials in several countries have joined forces to seek assurances from Google in light of the myriad of privacy fears related to Google Glass . The EU Commission’s Article 29 Working…

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School is about to get a whole lot more bearable for students in Los Angeles: Apple just scored a massive $30 million deal to provide 47 campuses in the area’s Unified…

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Heavy texters who are joined at the hip with their smartphones could see that figure of speech become more literal in the future, as Intel has suggested it is working…

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Nvidia may be missing from the Xbox One and PS4 , but the chip maker is about to start a whole new racket, one that could see its chips in everything…

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Introduction The Huawei Ascend P6 represents the Chinese smartphone manufacturer’s biggest attempt yet to join the Android elite. It boasts a level of design and a range of quietly innovative…

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Adobe has added a line of new collaboration and publishing features to its Creative Cloud service, in an update that takes in major desktop applications including Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign…

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It’s rare that a truly new technology comes along, promising to revolutionise the world. Just as the printing press and spinning jenny empowered cottage industries with the ability to spread…

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Gaming giant Electronic Arts says Nintendo must sell more Wii U consoles if it ever expects to see the likes of Madden and FIFA grace the device again. EA has…

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