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Happy Halloween! PS, your favorite brands have fallen under the zombie apocalypse

Not even Colonel Sanders can withstand the zombie apocalypse this Halloween as one artist reimagines iconic logos in a Halloween twist.

What does Apple’s executive shakeup mean for future products?

As major bigwigs depart and others play musical chairs with responsibilities, consumers have just one question: What does this mean for the future of Apple products?

Share your Wi-Fi with everyone, tech rights groups urge

Unlocking your Wi-Fi router for public use could help usher in a new age of online privacy and innovation, according to the newly launched Open Wireless Movement. But anyone thinking of joining the good fight needs to know the potential…
Android Army

Latest Galaxy S3 commercial promotes a new way to share your sex tape

Some new Samsung Galaxy S3 commercials are still touting the new S-Beam feature, but this round, the ads lean toward a certain naughty mood. Has the S3 become an adults-only kind of smartphone?

Toyota increases diesel engine manufacturing for emerging markets in bid to diversify “green” offering

Toyota is making a big investment in diesel engine manufacturing in Thailand. This could be the first step in increased diesel production worldwide.

New Windows Phone 8 apps incoming, as Microsoft finally outs development kit

After many months of waiting, Microsoft has released the Windows Phone 8 SDK, meaning developers can finally get started on filling up the Windows Phone Store with apps that take advantage of the OS's new features.

Make it stop! 3 ways to tweak Windows 8 to look more like Windows 7

Don't like the new Windows 8 Start page? Here are three foolproof ways to tweak Windows 8 and revert back to the Windows 7 Start menu.
Android Army

Samsung’s new Galaxy Premier is our idea of a Galaxy S3 Mini

Samsung has announced the Galaxy Premier, an updated Galaxy Nexus with an S3-like design and an improved spec list, that's even more worthy of the name Galaxy S3 Mini than the S3 Mini itself.
Android Army

Nexus 7 maker Asus confirms sales of Google’s tablet approaching 1m units a month

Google's Nexus 7 tablet appears to be selling well, with its manufacturer claiming that almost a million units a month are being snapped up by consumers.
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Internet sleuth unmasks Hurricane Sandy’s ‘worst Twitter villain’

Twitter can be mighty useful during a tumultuous event such as Hurricane Sandy, providing on-the-ground information in real time to those caught up in it – unfortunately though, some of it may be false.

Google launches final version of Chrome Remote Desktop

Ideal for troubleshooting support or simply accessing a song collection, the release version of Chrome Remote Desktop has been pushed out by Google.
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Toshiba Satellite S955 Review

Toshiba Satellite S955 Review.