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Leaked Lumia 1320 could be another new Nokia to launch on October 22

Nokia's list of new hardware it will announce on October 22 is expected to be quite long, and now we can add the Lumia 1320 as another possible smartphone to make its debut on the day.

And for Ford’s next trick, it’ll have your car park itself!

Ford has followed Volvo’s lead and unveiled a prototype system that allows a car to park itself. Unlike Volvo, Ford’s system requires the driver to get the car to the spot. Then, however, the Ford will take the reins.

Hope Busta Rhymes saved some cash; Cadillac might revive the Escalade EXT pickup

Cadillac, at the recent launch of the 2015 Escalade, said it could very well revive both the Escalade EXT pickup and the Escalade Hybrid. It wouldn’t say, however, if it will do either.

‘Madden NFL 25’ CoachGlass makes you a defensive coordinator, in a fun way

EA Sports brings a second screen Xbox One exclusive to Madden NFL 25 in the form of CoachGlass. This SmartGlass-powered feature gives players all the stats they need to act as a defensive coordinator for their teams.

T-Mobile to offer free, unlimited data roaming in 100+ countries starting Oct. 31

T-Mobile has unveiled its latest network innovation, Simple Global, giving subscribers free unlimited data and messages in more than 100 countries around the world.
Android Army

Galaxy Gear can run lots of regular Android apps, with a little tinkering

Got a Galaxy Gear? Eager to do more with it? If you're the tinkering type, you may be interested to know that it's possible to sideload regular Android apps onto your new smartwatch, though admittedly some will work better than others.

PC sales fall for sixth consecutive quarter as the shift to tablets and phones continues

The greater availability of reasonably priced Android tablets is contributing to the continuing consumer shift from PCs to mobile devices, with research firm Gartner this week reporting a decline in PC sales for the sixth straight quarter.

Why is Google Sweating Siri? Because the future of search is what you ‘say’ it is

You know what a Search Engine is, and you've got Google down pat - but what is all this latent search nonsense about and why are major companies like Facebook trying to crack it?

Sony’s small but powerful Xperia Z1 F announced, but only Japan gets to enjoy it

Sony has announced the Xperia Z1F, and as the rumors predicted, it's a small phone which packs a considerable punch, as aside from the screen size, it's specs are the same as the Xperia Z1. Sadly, it's only confirmed for Japan at the…

Google Maps gets multiple destinations, resrvation info, and upcoming events

When Google rolled out its all-new Maps interface for the Web in July, multiple destination functionality disappeared. Well, it's back, along with a couple of other brand new features.

BBC launches Playlister music service with Spotify, Deezer, YouTube integration

The BBC on Wednesday launched Playlister, a browser-based music discovery service that lets you tag songs from across the BBC's vast TV, radio and Web network to create playlists for Spotify, Deezer and YouTube.
DT Daily

DT Daily: VW’s 260mpg XL1 hits the U.S., app automates your life, Disney has a feel for tablets 2:23

On DT Daily today: Volkswagen rolls the diesel-sipping XL1 into the U.S., SmartThings can automate your life and Disney is an unexpected leader in touch feedback tech.