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Apple is making a killing off the Apple Watch Sport — Components total a mere $84

The Apple Watch Sport costs just $84 to make, but Apple sells it for $350. The profit margin for Apple's first smartwatch is even higher than that of the iPhone 6 -- and that's just the base model.


Love live music? Jukely offers unlimited local shows in select areas for $25/month

For just $25 per month, Jukely allows avid concertgoers the option to attend unlimited shows. The service just received $8 million more in funding to expand beyond the 10 cities it current services.


Miley Cyrus shows her support for Bruce Jenner on Instagram with a giant blunt

Miley Cyrus celebrates Bruce Jenner's announcement that he is transgender by smoking a giant blunt on Instagram. The singer posted several videos of herself smoking and a positive Jenner quote.


Apple admits that tattoos confuse the heart rate monitor on the Apple Watch

Some Apple Watch users with tattoos are having issues with the heart rate monitor, which facilitates a number of functions, including Apple Pay, wrist detection, and other secure features.


Genius arrested after liking his own wanted ad on Facebook

A man found himself in handcuffs after liking a local Facebook post of his own wanted ad.

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Windows 10 may come to all your devices, but it won’t be at the same time

Microsoft has clarified the launch dates, to some extent, for Windows 10. It seems Windows 10 on PCs will arrive during the summer, but Windows 10 for Mobile won't come until later in the year, due to a different development schedule.


This animated video about smartphone addiction is the best we’ve seen

Videos telling us we're too addicted to our smartphones are nothing new, but this latest example of the genre gets the message across in a satirical and amusing way, exaggerating the issue with great effect. Watch it here.


ZTE Nubia Z9 gets certified in China with a mind-boggling 8GB of RAM … wait, what?

The ZTE Nubia Z9 finally surfaces in the form of TENNA certification, though according to China's version of the FCC, the phone's specifications are ridiculous: 8GB of RAM. Could it be a typo? We'll have to wait to find out.


Remember LiveJournal? The blogging site from 1999 still has fans

While all the popular social networks reported growth in the first quarter of 2015, one of them may surprise you: LiveJournal. Created in 1999, the once-popular community blog apparently still has a following.

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LG G4 vs. Samsung Galaxy S6: Which Android phone should you buy?

We compare LG's latest flagship to the current forerunner, the Galaxy S6. It's not as close a competition as you might think, especially when it comes to the display and camera.


You can break into almost any retail store’s credit card reader with 2 passwords

Many retailers fail to change the default password on their credit card readers, leaving them vulnerable to theft. That's according to findings by Trustwave, a security research firm.


Sony’s mobile division continues to drown, but the overall outlook remains positive

In its latest fiscal results for the fiscal year 2014, Sony revealed its mobile division continues to flounder. Fortunately, it isn't enough for the company to predict a net income and increased operating profits for 2015.


iPad prototype stolen from an Apple employee looking for love

This week a young man in his 20's working for Apple and living in Curpertino fell victim to a robbery that included a "test model iPad"


Will the Apple Watch blend? The answer is painful to watch

Blendtec sets its sights on the Apple Watch, asking yet again, will it blend? Like always, the answer is yes, but the Blendtec has a difficult time with Apple's watch. At least, at first.


6 Galaxy S6 Edge problems, and how to deal with them

If your new smartphone joy is being disrupted, then you need to find a solution. This is a roundup of commonly reported Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge problems, with workarounds and potential fixes to try.