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Mobile

Loch Ness Monster ‘spotted’, albeit on Apple Maps

Apple Maps is back in the news, this time for apparently capturing an image of the legendary Loch Ness Monster in its satellite data. The image appears to show some kind of object, around 30 meters (100 feet) long, just below the surface of…
Mobile

Nokia may be renamed Microsoft Mobile once deal closes

A leaked letter, supposedly from Nokia to its business partners, suggests the Nokia name will be replaced by Microsoft Mobile once the forthcoming sale closes at the end of this month.
Cool Tech

Awesome tech you can’t buy yet, for the week of April 20, 2014

Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the Web this week. You can't buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk!
Home Theater

Viruses are coming to your smart TV, says Kaspersky chief

It's only "a question of time" before virus coders are targeting your smart TV or set-top box according to Eugene Kaspersky, who also has a warning about the future of cyber terrorism.
Photography

Ohio man lands a felony charge for not landing his camera drone

An Ohio man was arrested and charged for allegedly refusing to land his camera drone when a rescue helicopter was en route for an injured driver. The man says he was never instructed to do. The situation highlights the problems regarding…
Gaming

GTA Online’s latest Verified Jobs play with planes, trains, and automobiles

A new batch of 10 Rockstar Verified Jobs for GTA Online is all about playing around with planes, trains, and automobiles. And guns. Always guns.
Cars

Koenigsegg actually saves money 3D-printing parts of its new hypercar, the One:1

Koenigsegg isn't just on the leading edge of performance, they are also on the leading edge of technology. And in the One:1 that technology is 3D printing. Koenigsegg founder Christian Von Koenigsegg explains just how the company is taking…
Music

Beats Music adds in-app purchasing, more free songs

In a bid to attract more subscribers to its service, Beats Music has begun accepting in-app purchases on iOS. Improvements to the app's free listening mode have also been rolled out to users.
Web

Heartbleed prompts password resets on HealthCare.gov

The aftershocks of Heartbleed continue to be felt across the Web — government portal HealthCare.gov is resetting all user passwords, though there's been no sign of a data breach on the site.
Social Media

Boy who was reported missing only existed on Facebook

In what has been described as a "very modern-day story," police in France have called off a search for a missing boy after it was discovered that he only existed in the form of a Facebook profile.