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Samsung To End Plasma TV Production

Following far too closely on the heels of Panasonic’s similar announcement, Samsung has said it will end production of plasma televisions, leaving LCDs and an aging OLED display as their only TV offerings.<p>Info, quotes, and some tear-filled analysis below.<p><b>Updated July 2nd with a Samsung …

2015 Dodge Challenger First Look

Don't Worry. The Retro Didn't Go Anywhere<p>The marching orders given the designers tasked with creating the 2015 Dodge Challenger must have sounded a bit like a paraphrased Hippocratic oath: First, do no harm to the 1970-Challenger-ness of it! So for inspiration, they looked to…the 1971 …

Sony Xperia Z2

Evolution, not revolution, has been the order of the day as far as the latest crop of flagships from Samsung, Sony, and HTC are concerned. You do get the obligatory specifications bump and an upgraded software experience. But especially when it comes to the design language, <i>refined</i> is the best way …

A look inside Tango: How Google’s 3D-modeling phone will work

It’s a 3D world out there, and Google’s Project Tango intends to model it in real time with a smartphone.<p>Now, a teardown of the prototype development kit gives us some idea how the company will do it.<p>Like its Project Ara to build a modular smartphone, Google’s Project Tango originated in the …

'Kill switch' may be standard on U.S. phones in 2015

The "kill switch," a system for remotely disabling smartphones and wiping their data, will become standard in 2015, according to a pledge backed by most of the mobile world's major players.<p>Apple, Google, Samsung and Microsoft, along with the five biggest cellular carriers in the United States, are …

Bungie 'fires' Halo games composer Marty O'Donnell

<b>The composer of the original Halo soundtracks says he has been fired from his job at the video games' creator.</b><p>Marty O'Donnell revealed the news in a tweet: "I'm saddened to say that Bungie's board of directors terminated me without cause on April 11, 2014."<p>Bungie has confirmed the move but …

Lavabit loses contempt of court appeal over Edward Snowden encryption keys

A federal appeals court on Wednesday upheld a contempt of court ruling against Lavabit, an email service that was used by the National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden<b>.</b><p>Lavabit founder Ladar Levison challenged the contempt of court order issued to him for refusing to provide the …

OnePlus One

The Google Nexus 4, the Google Nexus 5, the Motorola Moto G, and the OnePlus One; this 5.5-inch bolt from out of the blue (well, China) joins an …

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HTC One, Sony Xperia Z2, and the Galaxy S5: Android's flagship phones in pictures

They're the big three Android smartphone launches so far this year — HTC's 2014 One, Sony's Xperia Z2, and Samsung's Galaxy S5 — and they are all now hitting stores across the world. We've pulled them together for a picture comparison to take a look at some of the more intricate differences that …

GoPiGo: Turn Your Raspberry Pi into a Fully Functioning Robot

If you've always wanted a robot of your own (and come on, who hasn't?), then a new Kickstarter campaign for a robot kit powered by the Raspberry Pi …

Google now lets you access your computer through Android with Chrome Remote Desktop

Google's Chrome Remote Desktop service, first launched in 2011, is coming to mobile. Today, the company released an Android app that will let users access their desktop computers, whether through a Chrome web app for Mac, PC, and Linux or through Chrome OS itself. Once you've set up your primary …

Speedy swarms of tiny robots build things in 'microfactory'

Stop whatever you are doing and watch these microrobots zoom around a "microfactory" like ants.<p>These magnetically controlled construction robots -- …

Robotic Cubes That Stack Themselves

Like autonomous Legos<p>M-Blocks look unassuming, but they can pivot and jump without external moving parts—a feat engineers have been trying to accomplish for years. Because they’re mobile, the robotic cubes can stack on top of one another autonomously. Their inventors are now working toward the …

11 Awesome Apps You Can't Get For Your iPhone Right Now

But there are quite a few awesome apps that Android owners can use that their iPhone-using friends can't.

Apps