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Motorola Moto 360 review

We review the Moto 360, the first round Android smartwatch and a real game-changer for design.

  • Pros: Beautiful round screen , Stainless steel design , Best…
  • Cons: Poor battery life (1 day) , Android Wear is confusing…

Chromecast bulks up on content with support for Disney, Twitch, iHeartRadio

Chromecast bolsters its app selection once again, unveiling a trio of new Disney apps, iHeartRadio, and Twitch for use with both Android and iOS devices.

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HTC Desire 510 brings its 64-bit goodness to Sprint, Boost, and Virgin Mobile

Sprint announced that the HTC Desire 510, HTC's first 64-bit smartphone, will go on sale this Friday. Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile, Sprint's prepaid subsidiaries, will sell the device next week.

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Camera phone? Phone camera? Panasonic’s CM1 blurs the line for sharper snaps

Panasonic surprised us at Photokina 2014 with the CM1 "connected camera," an interesting hybrid between smartphone and compact camera. Besides a 1-inch sensor and prime Leica lens, it can shoot short 4K clips. We take a closer look.

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FCC hosts first round table event in series to discuss Net neutrality (updated)

The FCC will host a series of round table discussions on the subject of net neutrality this September and October. All of the discussions will be livestreamed.

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Microsoft adds OneNote to Android Wear, revamps app for iOS 8

Microsoft announced that it will release an Android Wear version of OneNote. In addition, the Washington-based company announced that it will update OneNote for iOS when iOS 8 becomes available tomorrow.

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Time Warner Cable didn’t know it offered a free tablet if you upgrade

Time Warner Cable subscriber Frank Catena recently called the company to inquire about an offer he received in the mail. However, Catena noted that customer representatives told him contradictory things.

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This Week in Music: Juan MacLean, Allah-Las, singles from Meghan Trainor, Fall Out Boy

New music is dropping all the time. It's time to get some new tunes in your ears. Here are our favorite new releases for the week, including the The Juan MacLean, Shellac, Meghan Trainor, Fall Out Boy, and more!

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185 Awesome iPhone Apps (Updated September 2014)

Our comprehensive, category-by-category, list of the best iPhone apps available, from time-saving productivity tools to fun apps you won’t be able to put down. We've got more than a hundred fresh new apps to try.

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Misfit’s $50 Flash fitness tracker is sleek, cheap, bursting with color

Misfit, known for the Shine fitness tracker, has introduced another wearable called Flash, which tracks your fitness activity and sleep quality. The Flash costs just $50 and is up for preorder now.

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Create custom, shareable Google Maps with new My Maps tool

Did you plan the most awesome vacation ever with Google Maps? Share it to the Google Maps Gallery with a newly enhanced feature, My Maps. The service also lets you explore other custom maps created by others.

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Nvidia adds 4G LTE and more storage to Shield gaming tablet, increases price to $400

Nvidia put an updated version of the Shield gaming tablet up for pre-order. The new device now has 32GB of internal memory and 4G LTE connectivity built-in, but you'll pay an extra $100 for the privilege.

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German court ban on Uber Pop lifted (update)

A German court has banned ride-sharing service Uber Pop across the entire country. Uber vowed to appeal the ruling and refused to suspend service, telling its customers to continue using the app as normal.

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Say hello to the $1,000 app that lets your iPhone record video in 4K

Looking to record 4K video without resorting to buy another device to do so? Vizzywig 4K lets you do just that with your iPhone 5S. Just make sure it is running iOS 7 before dropping $1,000 on the app.

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Net neutrality is under threat from the FCC: What it is, and how we got here (Updated)

Over the past few weeks (or years), you’ve probably heard a lot about Net neutrality. If you want to know what it's all about, we’ve constructed a timeline to show the relevant events that led us to this point.

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