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Good news, racecar aficionados: Lamborghini’s Huracán Super Trofeo is coming

Here's a camouflaged prototype that's really camouflaged. It's the Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo, a racing version of the 2015 Huracán LP610-4 that will debut in California August 15.

Nisha’s frontier justice serves solo players well in Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel

Get a first look at Nisha the Lawbringer, one of four playable characters working with pre-Handsome Jack in 2K Australia's Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel.
Home Theater

Charter announces it will take its set-top boxes to the cloud next year

Cable service provider Charter announced yesterday that it plans to integrate a cloud-based user interface into its customers' set-top boxes. The Connecticut-based company's CEO Tom Rutledge revealed the news yesterday in the company's…

Barisieur: An alarm clock that wakes you with freshly-brewed coffee

Barisieur is a brilliant hybrid of an alarm clock and a coffee brewer, which now allows you to finally get your daily dose of liquid crack without ever having to leave your sheets.
Movies & TV

James Gunn teases his plans for Guardians of the Galaxy 2

Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn hints at the characters and races he'd like to explore in the sequel to Marvel Studios' cosmic adventure.
Product Review

LG G Watch Review

LG G Watch review.

Only in Asia: This is a $75 novelty camera made out of paper

The Paper Shoot camera has a body made out of heavy recycled paper, making it environmentally friendly. And because it's paper, a customizable blank version lets you draw all over it.
Home Theater

DirecTV to deliver on-demand 4K video by the year’s end

DirecTV is set to offer 4K-quality on-demand video by the end of the year, as well as live 4K streaming next year or by early 2016. The company's president and CEO Mike White delivered the news via a second-quarter earnings call yesterday.

Apple makes its billion dollar Beats buy official

After two months of preparation, Apple apparently got the deal done, officially welcoming Beats to the family on its homepage. The deal, worth $3 billion, will see all of Beats Electronics, as well as Beats Music moving under the…

Verizon tells FCC that data throttling is necessary to keep the network going

Verizon told the FCC that data throttling is a necessary evil to keep the network running smoothly. Verizon says its move to throttle unlimited data subscribers is justified in the name of getting rid of network congestion.