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The Hubble Space Telescope has just discovered that Neptune has a new moon that was apparently missed back in 1989 when the Voyager passed by the planet.
A canned DualShock 4 feature would have measured a gamer’s stress level, at least that’s the word according to Sony lead system architect Mark Cerny.
It still remains seen whether or not BB10 has what it takes to eventually renew interest in the platform, but the Z10 is now getting several price cuts.
Recent rumors have suggested that Tizen is already dead, long before arrival. That hasn't stopped a new Tizen tablet prototype from showing up, though.
With the PS4, Sony hopes to usher in a new “renaissance of gaming” that will feel somewhat familiar to the ‘golden age’ of PS1 gaming.
A Jelly Bean tablet for just $59.99? That’s what today’s daily deal brings you!
The next generation of Motorola Droid devices are incoming! Now we have a shot of all three upcoming models side-by-side.
Imagine if you were able to break away from the wall charger for well over a day. It might sound crazy, but that's exactly what the Droid MAXX will do.
An SLR made with a 3D Printer? Might sound crazy, but it's actually quite possible, thanks to the design of French design student Leo Marius.
The day is finally here! On July 19th, Sprint will finally get it's first WP8 handset, the HTC 8XT. Shortly after, the Samsung Ativ S Neo will also arrive.
Prince of Persia 2: Shadow and the Flame has now received an official release date for the total remake, July 26th
Planning on getting a new Mac, iPad or iPhone in time for going back to college? If so, Apple wants to give you a $50 or $100 Apple gift card with purchase.
Firefox OS has landed! The ZTE Open is now available in Spain for just $90 outright, including $40 worth of free airtime minutes.
Our galaxy could be teeming with potentially habitable planets, with as many as 60 billion potential red dwarf planets found to be within habitable zones.
The Pocket Spacecraft project aims to send a flying ship out into space, and then give its "owners" the ability to track it and the data the craft collects.
According to an HP Exec, the company is preparing a new smartphone entry once again - though no clear timetable on when to expect its arrival.
Interested in the Verizon version of the Galaxy S4 but feel that 16GB of space is too little? The good news is that you...
NASA research continues to suggest that the Voyager 1 has yet to leave home after all, and instead finds itself on the “back-porch” of our solar system.
The Nokia EOS is expected to arrive next month, and reportedly will launch as the Nokia Lumia 1020.
Although the Samsung Galaxy S3 is no longer the "top dog" in the Galaxy line-up, it is still an attractive handset available at discount pricing!
It looks like B&N is throwing in the towel when it comes to Nook tablet hardware. The company plans to instead turn towards partners for its tablet line.
Today Huawei confirmed it would be bringing a new 7-inch Android tablet to the market, the MediaPad 7 Vogue.
Can you imagine a desktop machine that forgoes the traditional desktop OS and instead makes use of the power of Android? Enter the HP Slate 21 AIO.
In a total 180-degree turn from its original plans, Microsoft has announced it will no longer require any form of DRM or online-check-in with its Xbox One.
If you get a notification for PS3 firmware update 4.45, you should avoid it. Many reports are coming in that the update is bricking consoles!
According to a report, Zuckerberg has met with Samsung to discuss possible plans for a Samsung smartphone that would feature deeper Facebook integration.
Imagine if you had the powers of the bat, the ability to see in the dark. How would you use your gift? You might soon enough find out!
Interestingly enough, a new listing showing devices supported with Blackberry OS 10.1 has an unexpected entry: The Blackberry PlayBook.
Does privacy really exist on the net? It can, with the help of a Raspberry Pi proxy system.
Apparently what we've seen so far with T-Mobile’s UNcarrier approach is just the beginning, at least if the latest rumor proves correct.
This week we are trying things a bit different, giving you a look at some of the best apps released during the week for Android, iOS, Blackberry and WP.
Apparently various U.S. prosecutors are teaming up and calling for tighter anti-theft measures to be put in place for smartphones. Do you agree? Read on!