Sony PS4 Sales 10 Million

Sony exec admits he doesn’t understand why the PS4 is so popular

By about 37 mins ago.

Sony exec admits he doesn’t understand why the PS4 is so popular

It’s safe to say that even Sony is surprised by how popular the PlayStation 4 has been. In an interview with Eurogamer, Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida says that while the company is obviously pleased with how many consoles it’s sold so far, it’s a little apprehensive about it because it really has no idea why it’s this popular. More →

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BlackBerry Passport Specs 4.5-Inch Display

BlackBerry reveals the Passport’s killer feature: The ability to look at x-rays of your lung

By about 4 hours ago.

BlackBerry reveals the Passport’s killer feature: The ability to look at x-rays of your lung

If you aren’t clamoring for the BlackBerry Passport yet, just wait until you see how well it can portray x-rays of your lungs. In a new post highlighting the Passport’s unique square display, BlackBerry says that the Passport’s resolution is perfect for seeing images accurately and clearly while noting that any doctor who wants to look at detailed x-rays on their smartphone couldn’t do any better than the device’s 4.5-inch screen. More →

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Best Google Maps Features TV Sets

Google Maps just added a fantastic new feature that every TV fan will love

By about 5 hours ago.

Google Maps just added a fantastic new feature that every TV fan will love

Ever wanted to take a virtual tour of Walter White’s meth lab or of Frank Underwood’s favorite ribs joint? Well now you can thanks to an awesome new Google Maps feature that will let you see famous locations where this year’s top Emmy nominees frequently filmed their most memorable scenes.  More →

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Windows Phone Vs. BlackBerry Market Share

Windows Phone poised to limp ahead of BlackBerry in another key market

By about 6 hours ago.

Windows Phone poised to limp ahead of BlackBerry in another key market

Windows Phone’s global market share is in very bad shape… but things could always be worse. The Guardian reports that new data from research group eMarketer shows that Windows Phone’s user base in the United Kingdom is poised to limp past BlackBerry’s this year, thus marking the first time that Microsoft’s mobile OS has surpassed BlackBerry in the Land of Hope and Glory in terms of active user base. More →

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Sprint sign

Sprint brings down the hammer with $60 unlimited plan… but there are some catches

By about 7 hours ago.

Sprint brings down the hammer with $60 unlimited plan… but there are some catches

Sprint’s not going down without a fight. The carrier on Thursday announced a new plan for individual subscribers that would give them unlimited talk, text and data for just $60 per month, the lowest price of any unlimited data plan offered by a major wireless carrier in the United States. However, there are a couple of catches with this deal you should probably know about. More →

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Apple iWatch Release Date

The best evidence yet that Apple is finally ready to mass produce the iWatch

By about 8 hours ago.

The best evidence yet that Apple is finally ready to mass produce the iWatch

We’ve heard so many wildly contradictory reports about Apple’s iWatch over the past several weeks, although we feel confident in saying that the company’s first wearable device is going to release later than the iPhone 6, which is expected to be unveiled on September 9th. 9to5Mac’s Mark Gurman has gotten his hands on some new documents related to Apple partner GT-Advanced Technologies’ sapphire production plant that indicate Apple is at long last getting ready to start mass producing the iWatch. More →

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T-Mobile Vs. Sprint Customers

T-Mobile finds a new way to kick Sprint when it’s down

By about 9 hours ago.

T-Mobile finds a new way to kick Sprint when it’s down

Things have been going very poorly for Sprint for the last several years and T-Mobile is eager to kick the company while it’s down. T-Mobile on Thursday announced a new program that would give free data plan upgrades to its Simple Choice customers if they refer friends from other major carriers — and T-Mobile made sure to pay special attention to disgruntled Sprint customers. More →

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Why Are Apple Gadgets So Good

One chart helps explain why Apple’s hardware designs are so gorgeous

By about 9 hours ago.

One chart helps explain why Apple’s hardware designs are so gorgeous

Why are Apple’s hardware designs so gorgeous? The answer might be simpler than you think: Because Apple pays for them. BusinessVibes has put together a chart based on data provided by Glassdoor that lists all the top salaries for different kinds of Apple employees and you won’t be surprised to know that the company puts a premium on hardware designers. More →

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Best Free iPhone Apps Download

6 more terrific paid iPhone apps you can get for free right now – a $24 value!

By about 10 hours ago.

6 more terrific paid iPhone apps you can get for free right now – a $24 value!

Have you gotten your fill of free iPhone apps this week? We didn’t think so, which is why we’ve come back to tell you about six more awesome paid iPhone apps that are now free to download for a limited time. Taken together, these six apps would normally cost just under $24 but you can get every one of them free of charge if you act right now. More →

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iPhone 6 Specs Leak 128GB

New leak hints Apple is making an iPhone 6 with a massive 128GB of storage

By about 11 hours ago.

New leak hints Apple is making an iPhone 6 with a massive 128GB of storage

If you’re an iPhone user who likes to store a lot of data on your phone, then you’ll absolutely love this next leak. 9to5Mac points out that a leaked schematic on Geekbar’s Weibo account seemingly shows that Apple has developed an iPhone 6 with a whopping 128GB of NAND Flash storage. This is double the maximum storage you can get on the iPhone 5s, which tops out at 64GB. More →

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Who Still Uses BlackBerry

U.K. prime minister explains why he won’t quit BlackBerry

By on August 20, 2014 at 8:00 PM.

U.K. prime minister explains why he won’t quit BlackBerry

David Cameron just can’t quit you, BlackBerry. In its latest in a series of blog posts touting government officials who still rely on BlackBerry for mobile communications, BlackBerry highlights why U.K. prime minister David Cameron is still sticking with the company despite all the troubles it’s gone through over the past few years. More →

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iPad Air 2 Specs 2GB RAM

Great news: The next-gen iPad Air might not have miserably wimpy RAM

By on August 20, 2014 at 4:25 PM.

Great news: The next-gen iPad Air might not have miserably wimpy RAM

Specs certainly aren’t everything, but Apple fans should still be relieved to know that the next-generation iPad Air will feature a memory boost up from the 1GB of RAM the first-generation model had. Per MacRumors, Taiwanese publication TechNews is reporting that Apple’s followup to the iPad Air will feature a full 2GB of RAM, which just happens to be the same amount of memory that came with Google’s last Nexus 7 tablet when it was announced more than a year ago. More →

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Why Is Comcast So Bad

The most brutal Comcast call yet: Customer gets shuffled through 6 reps, issue remains unfixed

By on August 20, 2014 at 3:21 PM.

The most brutal Comcast call yet: Customer gets shuffled through 6 reps, issue remains unfixed

If you thought Ryan Block had a rough time with Comcast customer service then you haven’t seen anything yet. Taking an example from others who have recorded their terrible Comcast customer service experiences and posted them on the Internet, YouTube user Douglas A. Dixon has posted a customer service call that lasted a brutal one-and-a-half hours in which he was shuffled through a whopping six different customer service representatives, none of whom knew how to solve his problem. More →

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