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Star Wars Battlefront Deluxe Edition With Han Solo Fridge Unveiled

Gamers considering purchasing the Star Wars Battlefront game that is currently available to preorder and will be officially launching on November …

Win An iPhone 6S With Geeky Gadgets Deals

We have another great contest for our readers this week, we have teamed up with Stack Commerce and are giving away a brand new iPhone 6S.<p>The winner …

iPhone

Sony’s new waterproof advisory: all for being sensible

Shortly after it had announced the Xperia Z5 and its two siblings, even before the device could land in anyone’s hands, Sony made some changes to its …

Siblings

Which Devices Will Get The New iOS 9 Update

Apple will be releasing the iOS 9 software update later today, the update will bring a wide range of new features to Apple devices.<p>If you are …

Gear & Gadgets

LG Class Smartphone Coming September 21

It looks like LG is getting ready to launch a new smartphone, the LG Class and the handset will apparently be launched on the 21st of September.<p>The …

YotaPhone 3 Will Launch In Early 2016 (Updated)

YotaPhone have announced that their next smartphone is being made in partnership with ZTE and rumors suggest that the handset will launch early next …

Boeing’s R2-D2 themed 787 Dreamliner hits the skies next month

Get ready to book some airline tickets, Star Wars fans, as Boeing’s new R2-D2 themed 787 Dreamliner will begin service next month. The droid-designed …

Star Wars

Nvidia Experience Game Sharing Beta Access Now Open (video)

Nvidia has opened up beta access to their GeForce Experience thats been built to allows users to share games, as well as invite friends in to …

Nvidia GeForce

Nextbit Robin possibly headed to Verizon and Sprint

Nextbit’s Robin smartphone may still be in the crowdfunding stages, but the team behind the device is working hard to make sure everyone who wants the device can get one. In a recent update on its Kickstarter campaign, Nextbit has announced expanded availability for the device when it ships next …

Meet the Startup That's Not Afraid to Compete With Apple, Google -- and Now, Facebook | Inc.com

What do you do if you launch a new product, only to have Apple introduce its own version six months later?<p>You don’t let fear get the better of you. You stay the course, and work to make the best product you can. And you start looking for areas of the market that the big boys aren’t serving. That’s …

Microsoft's Cortana assistant for Android leaks early, Hyperlapse video app opens to all

Back in March, we reported that Cortana, Microsoft’s Google Now and Siri competitor, would be coming to Android and iOS. While it’s not officially available, a beta version of the voice assistant appears to have leaked a little early for the former OS.<p>She has all the features you’ve come to expect …

Apps

A cafe's epic 'freak' milkshakes are blowing up on social media

Kindly leave your diet at the door.<p>Pâtissez, a cafe in Canberra, Australia, is gaining quite the reputation for its seriously out of control desserts.<p>…

Social Media

There's something special about an alpine start. Luke Konarzewski took this awesome photo on June 10 while on a solo climb of #MountRainier -- the towering icon in Mount Rainier #NationalPark’s landscape. The photo is from the top of the Cleaver section on the #DisappointmentCleaver route, showing the #stars glittering overhead and the #NorthernLights shimmering in the distance. Using a long exposure, Konarzewski was able to pick up what he says is one of the most fantastic scenes that he has ever witnessed in the mountains. Photo courtesy of Luke Konarzewski.

How Quickly Are You Growing Old?

Measuring the pace of biological aging in young people could someday help prevent age-related diseases<p>Feel like you’re 40 years old going on 60? Or maybe, 40 going on 21?<p>Age may be just a number, but medical experts increasingly are saying it might not always be the right number to gauge your …

Aging

Intel delays next-gen chips as Moore's law begins to crack

Intel says its next-gen "Cannonlake" chips will be delayed by six months, marking the second time in a row it hasn't released a CPU on a two-year "Moore's law" cycle. Last year's 14-nanometer Broadwell chips were similarly delayed, and even Haswell and Ivy Bridge were behind schedule. Intel said …

Windows 10

Secretive upstart Faraday Future is poaching from Tesla to build its own electric car

A bunch of Valley veterans have taken on funding and set up shop in California to fight the legacy auto industry with an all-electric car. Sound familiar? This isn't Tesla, though: it's Faraday Future, which promises a "launch" in 2017. Beyond that, little is known about who or what Faraday is — as</i> …

Pushbullet adds iMessage-like SMS handling for Android phones on Windows

It's only been two weeks since Pushbullet got a major overhaul of all its cross-platform apps, but today the company is already rolling out another big upgrade, this time in the way it handles text messages. The Android version of Pushbullet now syncs your full SMS conversation history with the …

Twitter Unveils New Dashboard To Help Users Monitor Their Data

Twitter just released a new dashboard to help users keep an eye out on how their data is being accessed by third-party apps and other services.<p>The dashboard, available in settings, allows users to review their log-in history and see devices that they are currently connected on. Users are also able …

GoPro Session Action Camera Teardown By iFixit

As expected iFixit have quickly got their hands on the new GoPro Session action camera and opened up their toolkit, to help us see what technology …

Architizer

SanDisk's wireless flash drive gives your phone more storage

For all the advances we've made in mobile computing, transferring files between your phone and your desktop is still kind of a pain in the ass. We've tried using dongles, adapters and even double-sided USB thumb drives, but none of them <i>really</i> solved the problem. Today, Sandisk announced a new …

Gear & Gadgets

Jimmy Fallon makes fun of 'terrible' Australian rapper Bangs on The Tonight Show

After playing 1979 disco hit <i>What a Lousy Party</i> by Veronica Unlimited, the comedian played the Footscray rapper's love song, which he later called …

Tupac Shakur

OnePlus 2 Is Apparently The 2016 Flagship Killer

The team behind the OnePlus 2 smartphone have been slowly releasing details about the handset, ahead of its launch later this month.<p>So far we know …

Architizer

What Happened When Disneyland Opened in California 60 Years Ago

On July 16, 1955, Associated Press reporter Bob Thomas wrote a story about the imminent opening of an elaborate theme park in California that was …

New Samsung smartwatch will be called the Gear A, report says

Details about Samsung's next big smartwatch have been trickling out for weeks. But now a new report gives us the most detailed look yet Samsung's …

Wearable Tech

5 Reasons You Might Fail to Become Your Very Best

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Becoming the best you can be doesn't happen overnight. It takes effort, progress and motivation.<p>And while most people want to improve, they don't work at it. Others are doing everything they can to be better, smarter and awesome at their …

Messenger is now globally available to anyone without a Facebook account

Back in June, Facebook made a big move to separate Messenger from the social network by allowing users in the US, Canada, Venezuela and Peru to sign up without a Facebook account.<p>Now it’s expanding the functionality globally. Messenger team member David Marcus posted on his page to showcase the …

Photos: The world’s most impressive outdoor mazes and labyrinths

Outdoor mazes and labyrinths have captured our imagination for centuries, harking back to King Minos of Crete’s elaborate, winding structure to corral the hulking Minotaur in Greek mythology.<p>Corn mazes, especially plentiful in the US, provide farmers an additional source of revenue. From the 14th …

Kyiv says rebels are launching a new Ukraine offensive | DW | 23.01.2015

"Russian terrorist groups have essentially violated all prior ceasefire agreements and are assuming their active offensive operations," Ukraine's …