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Mr. Zuckerberg, tear down this wall! The social Web and the Web are now one

In the wake of (yet more) reports concerning growing Google+ numbers thanks to Google force-feeding users their accounts, it's time to realize that the social Web is the only Web.

If you have 4G LTE, chances are you’re using less Wi-Fi, but why?

As LTE networks spread across the globe a new report has found that subscribers download more data, use Wi-Fi less, and are more likely to be on metered plans than 3G subscribers.

Happy 12th Birthday to Runescape! A dozen years later, the game continues

Massively popular free-to-play MMO Runescape just hit twelve years old, mere months after seeing its 200 millionth registered player accounts.

Apple may release an ‘iPhone Mini’ to dethrone Samsung in 2014, analyst says

Some analysts have said that Apple could release a smaller low-cost iPhone to oust Samsung from its spot as the top smartphone maker.

Izik, a search engine for tablets, steps in the ring against Google Now and Siri

Izik is the first tablet-oriented search engine, and it wants to be different from your average search engine.

Buying a used Wii U could give you access to previous owners games

According to reports on the Internet, purchasers of used Wii U consoles are finding those systems full of free games, courtesy whoever owned the console previously.

BioShock Ultimate Rapture Edition released in time to capitalize on BioShock Infinite hype

BioShock Infinite, after two years of hype, excitement, delays, and cancellations, is just two months away from release. 2K Games is wasting no opportunity to transform Irrational Games’ series from a moderate success and critical darling…

Soundmatters to showcase foxL Duet system and Dash7 speaker at CES 2013

Soundmatters hopes its new audio products will stand out at next week's CES, despite their diminutive size.

Lenovo IdeaCentre A720 Touch quick look

Touchscreen all-in-one PCs are so hot right now, but can adding touch to Lenovo's IdeaCentre A720 change our initial review and rating?

Return of the Pac: Namco plans to open a chain of arcade restaurants

Namco is one of the first names in arcade video games, responsible for foundational classics like Pac-man, Space Invaders, Soul Calibur and Point Blank. Arcades are nearly extinct in 2013, but the company is planning a new chain of…

Spotify’s music download option indefinitely shelved worldwide

Spotify shelved its music download feature worldwide, and sources say the move was due to a lack of user interest.

2014 Audi RS 5 Cabriolet and 2014 R8 to debut in Detroit

Is there any finer way to start the year than with the unveiling of a 450-horsepower Audi convertible and the next iteration of the gorgeous R8? We think not.