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Photography

Next dimension of food photography: Snap your grub in 3D with 3DAround

Food porn may be one of the most popular type of casual photography, but their 2D nature look less enticing than the actual food. With 3DAround, you can snap your grub in 3D with any iOS 8 device.
Cars

Formula E lets fans give favorite drivers extra speed with FanBoost

Formula E is letting its fans do a bit more than cheer on their favorite drivers. FanBoost lets the public vote for which three drivers will get an extra power boost in an upcoming race.
Movies & TV

Fast & Furious series takes a new name with Furious 7, trailer premieres on November 1

The next Fast & Furious sequel will be titled Furious 7 and its first official trailer will debut November 1 during a live, streaming Facebook event.
Gaming

Microsoft knocks $50 off the Xbox One bundle of your choice until January 2015

Microsoft is running a holiday promotion that knocks $50 off the price off all Xbox One console purchases, whether it's for the standalone machine or for bundles that pack in extra games.
Computing

OS X Yosemite users plagued by Wi-Fi breakdowns — no fix in sight

Reports of various OS X Yosemite Wi-Fi glitches are piling up, while Apple remains mum on the matter. Here's where you can find a few quick fixes.
Movies & TV

Walking Dead weekly Recap: The bodies fall in ‘Four Walls And A Roof’

Rick Grimes embraces his inner Governor as he takes decisive, destructive action against his new enemy, in the wake of losing an old friend.
Cars

Ford’s EcoBoost-powered Rip Rod isn’t your average Hot Wheels car

Ford has installed its incredible 1.0-liter EcoBoost into its Rip Rod prototype. The real life Hot Wheels car, originally released as a static concept at the 2013 SEMA show, is now powered by the 2012, 2013, and 2014 International…
Mobile

Sprint ups the ante, ‘iPhone for Life’ plan now allows for annual upgrades

Sprint has updated its "iPhone for Life" plan to include yearly upgrades. This new lease plan, starting at $30, does not replace the original, but now you can lease the iPhone 5S.
Wearables

Lenovo tiptoes into wearables with launch of fitness tracker

Lenovo's getting into wearables, though the company isn't making a song and dance about it. The SW-B100 smartband, which turned up on its website over the weekend, goes up against a fast-growing selection of similar health-focused devices…
Wearables

Now cheaper than ever, fitness bands face an uphill run to stay relevant

As fitness bands get cheaper and cheaper, the companies making them will need new ways to survive, which could mean anything from subscription apps to selling your fitness data.
Computing

IBM puts its supercomputing skills to work in fight against Ebola

IBM is harnessing its supercomputing experience with the launch of a new system designed to monitor the spread of the Ebola virus in West Africa. It's hoped the data will help organizations and governments better target areas in need of…