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Gaming

This week in gaming: Musical sorcery, Civilization in space, and a hair witch returns!

Lots of platform exclusives this week, with Fantasia: Music Evolved, Samurai Warriors 4, Bayonetta 2, and more all restricted to select audiences.
Gaming

Check out ’50 Must-See Things’ in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, in the next Nintendo Direct

A Nintendo Direct livestream later this week on October 23 will reveal new details for Super Smash Bros Wii U in a list of "50 Must-See Things" about the upcoming brawler.
Home Theater

Panasonic’s flagship 4K LED TV may cost you $7,000, hits stores in November

Panasonic's dazzling new flagship 4K UHD TV, the AX900, hits stores next month in a 65-inch screen size, along with the company's 85-inch AX850. Both TVs offer class-leading color reproduction and 4K THX certification.
DT Daily

DT Daily: Sting sings ringtones, Microsoft smartwatch, kid’s $50 prosthetic 2:39

Today on DT Daily: There's news about a Microsoft smartwatch, a prosthetic hand which has changed a young boy’s life, and we listen to Stingtones, which prove Sting is still very cool all these years later. If the latest rumors…
Gaming

Watch Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s launch trailer early

Activision and Sledgehammer Games have shared Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's launch trailer a few weeks ahead of launch, giving an action-packed taste its story and gameplay.
Product Review

CTL X2800 Review

CTL's display rocks 4K, and won't rattle your wallet.
Mobile

Rumor has it Lenovo wants BlackBerry, but security concerns make a deal unlikely

A new rumor has linked Lenovo with BlackBerry, suggesting the Chinese firm may make a generous offer sometime next week. However, while Lenovo has expressed an interest in the past, regulatory concerns still make a deal unlikely.
Movies & TV

Rumored female Robin role in Batman V Superman may go to a Hunger Games star

Sucker Punch actress Jena Malone will reportedly play a female version of Robin in the upcoming Man Of Steel sequel, Batman V. Superman: Dawn Of Justice.
Computing

Google exec musical chairs suggests an eventual fusion of Chrome OS and Android

A top Google executive in charge of Android has seen his responsibilities get extended to Chrome OS, which suggests that the two platform could merge someday.