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Microsoft Releases Big Ole’ List of All Announced Xbox One Games

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Considering getting your hands on an Xbox One when it launches later this year? If so, you probably would like to know exactly what games will be available to Microsoft’s next console. Microsoft is more than happy to oblige, providing a very lengthy list of every title that has been announced so far.

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LG Nexus 5 to Feature Snapdragon 800 CPU and Glass Back?

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The LG G2 and Moto X has landed, that means attention will now turn hard to the iPhone 5S, 5C, Note 3 and the next Nexus phone. Today’s rumor is about the latter.

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Just-Add-Water Beer? Yes, Really

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Modern technology has solved many of the world's problems, though many are still left unsolved. At least we finally have an end to our quest for the perfect just-add-water beer. Wait, that wasn’t something we were after? No matter, here it is, the world’s first just add water beer.

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Nokia RT Tablet Rumored Specs: Snapdragon 800 and 32GB On-Board Storage

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A Nokia tablet has long-been rumored, but now the site Microsoft News claims to have the specs for such a device. Apparently the tablet will feature a 10.1-inch 1080p display, Windows RT 8.1, a 2.15GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 CPU and 32GB internal storage.

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Windows 8.1 On Its Way, Will Arrive October 18th

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Not a big fan of Windows 8 in its current form? Or simply looking forward to additional features that are expected with Windows 8.1? Well you’ll be happy to know that the date for Windows 8.1 has now been set to October 18th.

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Microsoft Develops NFC Alternative, Uses Microphone and Speaker

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It looks like the researchers over at Microsoft have come up with a pretty cool alternative to NFC, which they call Dhwani. Developed by Microsoft India, the system utilizes sound to transmit data. Even better, there is no special hardware required to make it work.

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Ran into “Package File Invalid” Play Store Error? You aren’t Alone

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For those fellow Android users out there, you might have noticed a strange error once or twice over the last few weeks. When attempting to download or update via Google Play, many folks have ran into a “Package File Invalid” issue. You aren't alone.

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Samsung Galaxy S4 vs LG G2: How do they Stack Up?

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Galaxy S4 vs LG G2: How do these two flagship handsets compare to one another? Join us as we take an early look.

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Acer Posts Q2 Loss, Plans to Shift Away from Windows

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Acer’s Q2 results are in! Acer posted a second quarter loss of a staggering $11.4 million, versus Q2 last year where they posted a profit of $56 million. What's their course of action? Pushing away from Windows as much as possible.

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Kindle Fire Tablets Could Soon Feature Mediatek Processor, Claims New Rumor

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The latest rumor from Digitimes claims that Amazon will soon be using MediaTek processors to power their lower-end Kindle Fire tablets.

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Moto X: Friends and Family of Motorola Employees Can Get it For Free – Sort Of

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One of the secrets to success in life? Having connections. From getting a job to finding a great place to live, or even getting a steal of deal on a new handset. You heard that last one right. It seems that Motorola is giving employees and their friends and family a chance to get up to $200 off on the Moto X!

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HTC Desire 500 On Its Way to the UK

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A few weeks ago, HTC announced its Desire 500 handset for the Taiwan market, with plans to eventually follow with a global release. As it turns out, the ‘eventually’ was sooner then we thought: The Desire 500 is now coming to the United Kingdom.

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LG G2 Official: Here’s What We Know

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Now the LG G2 is official! The LG G2 brings with it impressively high-end specs, and quite a few unique “awareness” features as well.

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TextNow MVNO Cellular Service Starts at Just $19 a Month!

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It looks like a new MVNO is in town! You might already be aware of the free texting/messaging app “TextNow”, now it looks like they are stepping things up a notch by by offering a new VoIP service that utilizes the Sprint Network and seems somewhat similar to Republic Wireless.

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HTC Fetch Navigation Tag Helps You Keep Track of Your Stuff

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Looking for a better way to track your important valuables? The HTC Fetch navigation tag could be the solution to your problem.

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