Xperia Z3 Pictures Leak

A closer look at the Xperia Z3, Sony’s next flagship smartphone

A closer look at the Xperia Z3, Sony’s next flagship smartphone

By on July 25, 2014 at 10:00 PM.

Sony still hasn’t found a way to effectively infiltrate the Western phone market, but that doesn’t mean the Japanese powerhouse is giving up any time soon. Our friendly neighborhood leaker @evleaks has published two new photos of what he claims to be the upcoming flagship Xperia Z3 smartphone, a phone that at first glance could easily be mistaken for an Xperia Z2. Upon further inspection, the Z3 does appear to be thinner and seems to lacks the silver trim which lined the edges of the Z2. More →

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Destiny Beta All Access

Everyone is now invited to play the Destiny beta

Everyone is now invited to play the Destiny beta

By on July 25, 2014 at 9:05 PM.

If you somehow missed out on all the code giveaways and couldn’t bring yourself to preorder the game, you’re in luck — the Destiny beta is now open to anyone with a active subscription on Xbox Live Gold or PlayStation Plus as of 4pm PDT on Thursday. Bungie is basically conducting a stress test over the weekend by allowing everyone to join in the beta, so don’t be surprised if there are some issues on Friday night after everyone gets off work. The beta was already taken offline for an extended period of time earlier in the week for maintenance though, so hopefully the servers are prepared for a massive influx of Guardians. More →

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Hit List

Google Search Baseline Study

Next big moonshot project puts Google inside your body

Next big moonshot project puts Google inside your body

By on July 25, 2014 at 8:00 PM.

Google is far from being done searching for answers for some of your most pressing questions, including many surrounding health and the human body, The Wall Street Journal reveals. Baseline Study is a new Google X “moonshot” project that wants to look into the human body and find out exactly what makes us healthy so that the company can find new ways to improve our health. More →

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Microsoft Xbox One China Launch

Microsoft is ready to attack China with an exclusive Xbox One deal

Microsoft is ready to attack China with an exclusive Xbox One deal

By on July 25, 2014 at 7:05 PM.

Microsoft is far from beating Sony in the new gaming console war, but the company is reportedly ready to attack a huge market in the coming months. The Wall Street Journal has learned that the Xbox One maker will partner with China Telecom, the country’s most important fixed-line operator, to launch its latest console. More →

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Game Changers

Galaxy Tab Q Release

Samsung just launched a phablet with a ridiculous 7-inch screen

Samsung just launched a phablet with a ridiculous 7-inch screen

By on July 25, 2014 at 6:00 PM.

It’s official: we have reached the peak of phablet insanity. Samsung on Friday unveiled the latest addition to its phablet lineup. While the device officially falls under Samsung’s “Tab” product family of tablets, you’ll notice that the Galaxy Tab Q is not like normal tablets. Instead, it includes an ear speaker and a microphone, and it supports voice calling. In other words, Samsung expects you to hold this gigantic beast of a tablet up to your face to make phone calls.

Please. We beg you. Don’t. More →

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Halo 2 Anniversary Trailer

This is what Halo 2 looks like on Xbox One

This is what Halo 2 looks like on Xbox One

By on July 25, 2014 at 5:15 PM.

For many Xbox fans, the long-awaited announcement of Halo 2: Anniversary was a highlight of E3 2014. No one ever doubted that Xbox classic would be remastered for the new generation, but it was an exciting announcement nevertheless, especially when coupled with the reveal of The Master Chief Collection. Now 343 Industries has returned to the stage just a month later to show off the first overhauled cinematic cutscene from the Anniversary edition of Halo 2, and it’s even more stunning than you might have imagined. More →

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Wiper iOS and Android Messaging App

This app will let you delete all your drunk texts once you sober up

This app will let you delete all your drunk texts once you sober up

By on July 25, 2014 at 4:30 PM.

Wiper is a new smartphone app that will let you do something you may have wanted to do with certain drunk texts, and that’s delete them after the fact both on your phone as well as on the recipient’s handset. Spotted by Business Insider, Wiper is available for iOS and Android devices, where it acts almost like any other messaging app, allowing users to chat (text and voice), as well as send and receive media files. More →

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Apple Manufacturing New Products

Massive increase in R&D spending suggests awesome new Apple products are on the way

Massive increase in R&D spending suggests awesome new Apple products are on the way

By on July 25, 2014 at 3:55 PM.

It’s been a long time since Apple had anything to prove in the mobile world, but as iPhone iterations have become increasingly indistinguishable from one another, the Cupertino crew realized it might be time to catch up with the rest of the industry. And catch up they will — this year’s iPhone 6 display is expected to stretch to 4.7 inches and its phablet counterpart might feature an enormous 5.5-inch display. More →

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5.5-inch iPhone 6 and 2014 iPad Launch

5.5-inch iPhone 6 and new iPads reportedly heading to production in September

5.5-inch iPhone 6 and new iPads reportedly heading to production in September

By on July 25, 2014 at 3:20 PM.

A new report from Taiwan’s Economic Daily News says that Apple will start mass-producing the 5.5-inch iPhone 6, the second-generation iPad Air and the third-generation iPad mini in September, further confirming earlier stories on the matter. More →

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Why Did Google Remove a Feature or Product

Why Google isn’t afraid to kill your favorite products

Why Google isn’t afraid to kill your favorite products

By on July 25, 2014 at 2:45 PM.

In addition to explaining why Google actually needs the gorgeous new Material Design deployed on Android L, android apps and the web, Google’s Search design guru Jon Wiley talked during the same Reddit Ask-Me-Anything (AMA) session about the reasons why Google has to sometimes remove features from products, or products, even though some people may still be interested in using them. More →

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iPhone 6 Rumors Internal Components

Purported iPhone 6 parts leak suggests two different models are indeed in the works

Purported iPhone 6 parts leak suggests two different models are indeed in the works

By on July 25, 2014 at 2:10 PM.

A new set of images showing alleged iPhone 6 internal components seems to prove Apple is indeed working on a couple of different iPhone models that will launch later this year. The new pictures, posted on Apple.club.tw, show power and volume flex cables along with SIM trays, and could be the first to show internal parts for the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 model. More →

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LG G3 Discount Sale

Save $100 on the new king of Android phones

Save $100 on the new king of Android phones

By on July 25, 2014 at 1:45 PM.

BGR reviewed LG’s G3 smartphone earlier this week and we called it the new king of Android phones. The flagship devices features cutting-edge specs and is the first mass-market smartphone to sport a quad HD (2K) display with a pixel density of 538 pixels per inch, making it sharper than anything else on the market by a landslide. Despite the fact that the G3 just launched in the United States last week, interested consumers can already get their hands on this great smartphone for $100 off the standard purchase price. More →

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Android L Material Design Explained

Why Google needs Android L’s awesome Material Design

Why Google needs Android L’s awesome Material Design

By on July 25, 2014 at 1:20 PM.

Android L’s main feature so far is the new Material Design that Google will also use across platforms and on the web, and whose new rules developers are also encouraged to abide by. But why did Google decide to go for a complete makeover of Android, apps and the web?

Google designer Jon Wiley, who works on Google Search design, hosted a Reddit Ask-Me-Anything (AMA) session during which he explained why Google needs Material Design. Unsurprisingly, Material Design is supposed to further enhance Google’s Search performance and offer a better user experience across all devices. More →

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