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Sin & Punishment series arrives on Wii U in latest eShop update

This week's eShop update brings the Nintendo 64 shooter Sin & Punishment and its 2010 follow-up Star Successor to the Wii U, giving players a new chance to experience a pair of little-seen classics from developer Treasure.

Gaming

Total Warhammer’s dwarves are packing hefty axes and beards

Developer Creative Assembly has shared a new video, giving us a first glimpse at three of the dwarven units featured in its upcoming Games Workshop collaboration, Total War: Warhammer.

Gaming

Apple confirms iPhone 6S and 6C launch on September 9

Apple may have recently launched the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, but news of the iPhone 6S and an iPhone 6C are already on its way. Here is all the key information we think we know so far, including specs, and a possible release date.

Mobile

Pearl Jam plans to record 11th album within the next year

The Eddie Vedder-fronted rockers will record their 11th studio record sometime in the next year according to bassist Jeff Ament. The band will tour South America this fall and, presumably, hit the studio sometimes afterwards.

Music

Here’s your first look at Michael Fassbender in the Assassin’s Creed movie

Michael Fassbender suits up as a 15th century killer in the first image from the long-awaited Assassin's Creed movie based on Ubisoft's wildly popular game franchise and due to hit theaters in 2016.

Gaming

Dodge revealed its all-new Charger and Barracuda Convertible to its dealers in Las Vegas

Dodge showed its all-new Charger and a Barracuda convertible to its dealers in Las Vegas, NV. Both vehicles will be based on the new Alfa Romeo Giulia's lightweight rear-wheel drive platform.

Cars

Miley Cyrus goes undercover and gets ripped apart by people

In a segment on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Miley Cyrus takes to the streets of LA, disguised as an Australian reporter, to find out what people really think of her, and her upcoming gig as host of the MTV VMAs.

Movies & TV

Hawaii’s new OTEC power plant harvests energy stored in warm ocean water

Hawaii became the first state in the US to generate electricity from the thermal energy stored in ocean water using a new $5-million, 105-kilowatt ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) plant located on Big Island.

Cool Tech

Cut the middleman out of your screenshots with the Microsoft Snip beta

The Snip beta is a new extension to the Office productivity suite that enables users to take a snapshot of either a single active window or your PC's entire screen at the click of a button.

Computing

Dell’s new S2716DG G-Sync monitor is great for games, bad for your wallet

Dell has announced a new G-Sync supporting monitor that's packed with features. It has 1440p resolution, fast response time and a great refresh rate, but it is expensive. The company also revealed a curved 27-inch display.

Computing

Fed up with chintzy tablet keyboards? LG’s Rolly fits fours rows in your pocket

With a four-hinge folding system, LG's Rolly is a truly mobile tablet keyboard that doesn't compromise on the typing experience, and it fits in your pocket. It will be available in September for an undisclosed price.

Mobile

The Kick Varibike is a weird new ‘bicycle’ that you pedal with your hands

Varibike unveils Kick, a new hybrid scooter bicycle that uses arm power to supplement the bike's traditional kick mechanism of propulsion.

Cool Tech

Emperor to bring Julius Caesar’s story to the Game of Thrones generation

Emperor is planned as an adaptation of Conn Iggulden's novels, which tell the story of a young Julius Caesar and Marcus Brutus and the political and romantic machinations that lead to the infamous assassination.

Movies & TV

Fable Legends is not coming to Steam, will be Windows 10 exclusive on PC

Microsoft played down its gated Windows 10 app store, suggesting it wouldn't keep titles for itself, but that looks to be happening with Fable Legends. Lionhead's social media coordinator as tweeted the game will be a Store exclusive.

Computing