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ComiXology pulls in-app purchases to cut out Apple and Google

Well that didn’t take long. Just a couple of weeks after Amazon announced it was acquiring the ‘iTunes for comics’ platform ComiXology, the service’s Comics app on iOS has been updated to cut out in-app purchase…

Book? Accordion? Nope. Lumio is a gorgeous LED lamp that goes wherever you do

Lumio is a quirky, USB-powered lamp that opens like a book and adjusts to exactly the way you want your light, even if it doesn't quite run for as long as advertised.

Windows 8.1 Update 2: Here are five things we want to see in Microsoft’s next update

The lack of news about Windows 9 remains disappointing. Perhaps Windows 8.1 Update 2 is in the cards instead. If so, here's what we want to see included.

How to make to your own Minecraft server

Whether you're hosting a server for a few friends or launching a massive effort to recreate your favorite show's world, you've got options for hosting your own Minecraft Server.

10 awesome IFTTT recipes for Android that you need to master

Given the recent launch of If This Then That for Android, we've compiled a nice list of recipes you could see yourself using. Whether you're on Android, iOS, or the Web, we've got you covered.

Amazon’s smartphone may come with Prime Data plan

How would you like some free data with your new 3D-capable Amazon smartphone? Reports suggest the handset will come bundled with an Amazon Prime Data plan, but details remain scarce.

Nike focusing on software, ‘excited’ about future plans with Apple

Will the next Nike FuelBand be the Apple iWatch? Nike CEO Mark Parker has been answering questions on the company's hardware and software strategies and ongoing partnership with Apple.
Home Theater

How LG perfected its smart TVs with an orphaned mobile OS

Just a couple years ago, webOS was the red-headed stepchild of the mobile tech world. Today, it is the darling of the smart TV industry. Here’s how, under LG’s ownership, webOS was transformed into something everyone will want to get…

Legendary Atari video game stash uncovered in the New Mexico desert

Construction workers in New Mexico have hit upon a stockpile of abandoned Atari game cartridges — left to rot in the 1980s, they mark one of the lowest points in video game history.

Surf’s up! Chevy embraces coastal living, creates surf-inspired Corvette Stingrays

The Corvette is staying at the top of its game, this time with design packages, inspired by each coast's car culture, bringing great new looks to the car. Though there is little mechanical difference, thee Pacific and Atlantic packages…