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Hands on: Nokia X

Nokia has announced the Nokia X, the Nokia X+ and the Nokia XL, three phones which use Android as their operating system, but push Microsoft’s services rather than Google’s.

Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes price gets slashed for PS4, Xbox One

The price of the boxed retail version of Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes on PS4 and Xbox One drops by $10. This makes the cost even compared to the download-only next-gen release and boxed retail last-gen release.

Western Digital announces Purple lineup of surveillance-focused 3.5-inch hard drives

Western Digital just took the wraps off a new line of hard drives that are built to be paired with video surveillance setups. Read on to learn more about their new line of Purple 3.5-inch hard drives here.

Titanfall launch ushers in Twitch streaming on Xbox One

The Twitch app on Microsoft's Xbox One console will expand to include features like live broadcasting and Kinect-powered voice commands when Titanfall launches in March.

Here’s what 2014 Lenovo X1 Carbon owners are complaining about

Not everyone who owns the new Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is thrilled with it, but there's one feature in particular that's a thorn in the side of at least a bunch of those who own one. Read on to learn more here.

Selfie shocker: Photos causing spread of head lice, expert claims

Love taking selfies with your buddies? So do head lice, apparently, as it's a wonderful chance for the wingless insects to up sticks and begin a new life (in someone else's hair), so says a lice expert.

Gmail adds prominent ‘unsubscribe’ button to help keep your Inbox tidy

Fed up with hunting for that tiny 'unsubscribe' link buried deep in those unwanted marketing emails? For Gmail users, the link will now show clearly in the header information of a message, making the unsubscribe process a whole lot easier.
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DT Daily: WhatsApp to offer voice, Intel’s cloud cellular network, Hennessey sets speed record 2:21

Facebook’s newest acquisition WhatsApp plans to add a voice service, an Intel experiment may revolutionize wireless networks, and the new fastest street legal car in the world hails from Texas.