Logitech unveils G402 Hyperion Fury, claims it’s the ‘world’s fastest gaming mouse’

Logitech just took the wraps off of the G402 Hyperion Fury, which looks like something a Transformer would use to play PC games with. Learn more about it here.


Advice from street photographer to his younger self, if he had to do it all over

Eric Kim, a prominent young street photographer, has penned a letter to himself when he was 18, if he had a chance to start over. Kim offers suggestions, encouragement, and warnings that apply to anyone interested in doing street photography.


Forrest Gump receives one-week IMAX release for 20th anniversary

The Oscar-winning 1994 film directed by Robert Zemeckis will be digitally remastered for a one-week re-release in IMAX theaters beginning September 5.


Sony questions the value of EA Access for PlayStation 4 gamers

A Sony spokesperson questions the value of EA Access for gamers, suggesting that the publisher's newly announced subscription service won't be on PS4 anytime soon.


Facebook to end Gifts service as company focuses on Buy button

The signs weren't good for Facebook's 'Gifts' service when, a year after its 2012 launch, it dumped the option to buy physical goods and started offering digital gift cards only. That clearly hasn't worked out either, as the service will shutter August 12.

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Windows Phone 8.1: Everything We Know (Updated)

Windows Phone 8.1 is the first major revision of Microsoft's mobile operating system, and brings with it various new features, including a virtual assistant named Cortana. Here's everything we know about it.


Lenovo and Huawei see market share bump, while Samsung and Apple falter

The latest market share data from IDC shows dramatic improvements from Chinese brands Huawei and Lenovo, and the two swapping positions in the charts, while leaders Samsung and Apple both suffered losses.


2014 Ferrari 458 Spider review

The 2014 Ferrari 458 Spider is beautiful to behold, brilliant to drive, and truly one of the few supercars in the world that is controllable and livable.

  • Pros: Exterior design, Non-distracting infotainment, Comfortable…
  • Cons: Air conditioning lacks oomph

Flickr to launch image licensing scheme to help members monetize their work

Flickr is launching a scheme to connect its photographers with media outlets to help them monetize their work. The move comes a few months after Flickr and Getty ended a partnership that enabled its members to sell their images through the photo agency.


Cortana lands in the UK and China in Windows Phone 8.1 Update

Microsoft has detailed the first revision of its Windows Phone 8.1 operating system. The new version will concentrate on improving Cortana, and will bring the virtual assistant to the UK and China.


Instagram takes on Snapchat with lightning fast ‘Bolt’ app

Instagram on Tuesday launched Bolt, a standalone Snapchat-like messaging app for iOS and Android. However, there's one catch – for now, you have to be in either New Zealand, South Africa, or Singapore to use it.


Netflix starts paying AT&T to increase streaming video speeds

Yet another payola deal between Netflix and another Internet service provider, AT&T will soon implement peering technology to increase video streaming speeds for Netflix subscribers.

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Ford ditches employee-assigned BlackBerry phones for the iPhone

Definitely another blow to Blackberry's attempts to attract enterprise customers, Ford Motor Company will be shifting from older BlackBerry phones to a recent version of the Apple iPhone.


New Apple TV update offers CNBC and FOX NOW, requires authentication

Ideal for anyone with a premium cable subscription as well as an Apple TV, applications for CNBC and the FOX network have been added to the user interface of the popular set-top box.

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