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Chinese government reveals list of patents Microsoft holds over Android

Microsoft says that Android infringes on a long list of patents, but has never revealed the list. Now, the Chinese government has unveiled Microsoft's secret patent list for all to see.
Gaming

Alienware Alpha launches this holiday with custom Windows 8.1, SteamOS coming later

Take a peek at the Alienware Alpha, a small form factor gaming PC that hits stores this fall, though it won't be a Steam Machine -- as previously promised -- at launch.
Photography

Sony’s curved sensor technology could be huge leap forward in image quality

Sony has demonstrated its curved sensor technology that allows for smaller lens-and-sensor modules that can deliver great image quality. This curved sensor could be a big step forward for compact digital cameras and smartphones.
Mobile

12 tips to help get the most out of your iPhone 5S

The iPhone 5S is another smash hit for Apple, but are you sure you’re making the most of it? Come on in for a look at some iPhone 5S tips to put the smart in your smartphone.
Movies & TV

Game of Thrones Weekly Recap: Suffer ‘The Children’ at the close of Season Four

We recap the newest episodes of Game of Thrones each week. The series' best season has come to an end, marked by the fall of one Lannister and the rise of another.
Mobile

The AT&T and Verizon Galaxy S5 has been rooted, $18,000 bounty claimed by Geohot

The Galaxy S5 for AT&T and Verizon has been finally rooted by XDA user geohot. His reward is a bounty of more than $18,000 that he will collect from the dozens of people who offered it.
Cool Tech

Coffee on its way to space station, made by ISSpresso coffee machine (really)

Coffee will be available to inhabitants of the International Space Station from this November thanks to the ISSpresso, a revolutionary machine designed by space-food specialists Argotec and coffee company Lavazza.
Product Review

Canon Pixma iP8720 Review

Canon Pixma iP8720 review.
Cool Tech

Goal-line tech makes history, confirms goal for first time in World Cup

Goal-line technology was called upon for the first time in World Cup history Sunday night, confirming a goal for France in its game against Honduras after the team's keeper fumbled the ball on the line (or behind it, as it turned…
Cool Tech

Enjoy a drone’s-eye view of the world with TravelByDrone’s stunning videos

With videographers fast waking up to the fact that a quadcopter with a camera attached can produce some stunning results, more and more of this kind of footage is appearing online. And now, thanks to TravelByDrone, there's a place to view…
Gaming

Innovation and games reign at E3, after a hardware heavy 2013

This year's E3 was one if the best game showings we've seen in years. DT's Gaming Editor Adam Rosenberg recaps and puts all of the major titles and trends into context, painting a picture of the gaming year to come.
Apple

Do we have Tim Cook to thank for the iPad mini?

A profile published in the New York Times throws some new light on Tim Cook and his history with Apple, including the origins of the iPad mini and his role in the development of the iWatch.