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Tiny, insect-eating animal becomes earliest known primate Archicebus achilles lived 55m years ago in what is now China and is the ancestor of all monkeys, apes and humans http://bit.ly/182x8xG Photograph: Xijun Ni/Chinese Academy of Sciences

Apple may have just tried to trademark the 'iWatch' name in Russia

Apple is widely rumored to be working on a smart wristwatch the media has dubbed "iWatch" - and the company may now be getting its legal ducks in a …

Little interest left in 3D TV as buyers target smart sets, retailer admits

Interest in 3D TV has bottomed out among consumers, with Smart TV functionality becoming the number one priority for prospective buyers, according to …

John Lewis

Reports: BlackBerry’s next phone is the A10, already in testing, out in November

BlackBerry(s bbry) plans to continue its smartphone resurgence effort with a new phone in time for the holidays. On Wednesday, CNET reported the …

Amazon resurrects the Kindle DX, that most awkward cousin of a device family on the way out - http://tcrn.ch/15BAR07

Sorry Microsoft: AMD cheats on Windows, plans a fling with Chrome and Android

AMD(s amd) is making quite a name for itself outside of the Windows world all of a sudden. Long a provider of processors specifically for PCs, the …

Intrigued by biometric sensing tech? Intel is betting big you are

Intel is preparing for the future by betting big on gesture and voice controls, biometrics, and other "perceptual" computing technologies, according …

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