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LaCie reveals ‘industry’s first’ 5TB 7200 rpm mechanical hard drives

LaCie just revealed their first 5TB mechanical hard drives, which they're calling the "industry's first." Read on to learn more about LaCie's announcement here.
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Western justice: Utah judge deals Aereo its first big loss

A Utah court issued the first major legal defeat for online streaming service, Aereo, resulting in an injunction against the service in the west. Click the link to find out where the decision takes effect, and what this means for the…

Nespresso launches VertuoLine: a stylish new Keurig alternative

Nespresso just released a brand new single-serving coffee maker that automatically recognizes what type of coffee you're brewing and adjusts the settings accordingly. Read on to learn more here.

Kate Upton goes zero gravity in Sports Illustrated photoshoot

While it didn't really send Kate Upton into space to take pictures for the 2014's edition of its Swimsuit Edition, Sports Illustrated did do the next best thing: send her into zero gravity.

Type without looking using Fleksy, the iPhone’s first alternative keyboard

Fleksy is the first alternative keyboard for iPhone and iPad owners. Developers can now build the keyboard into their apps, where it'll be offered as an alternative to the standard Apple keyboard.

Samsung unleashes more attack ads at the iPad and iPhone

Samsung has launched a series of new ads bashing the iPad Air and iPhone 5S, criticizing the iPhone's small screen and the iPad's inability to perform two tasks at once.

A new image from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 gives us a closer look at the Green Goblin

A new image gives us a closer look at Dane DeHaan in full costume as the Green Goblin in the upcoming film The Amazing spider-Man 2, which is due out in theaters on May 2, 2014.

Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate – Deluxe Edition heading to consoles

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment confirms that Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate will be released for PC, PlayStation 3, Wii U, and Xbox 360 as a download-only "Deluxe Edition" on April 1, 2014.

LibreOffice open source Office suite gets bumped to version 4.2.1

The Document Foundation, home to OpenOffice and LibreOffice, has released the latest version of the latter open source productivity suite. Read on to learn more about the changes here.

T-Mobile tells its BlackBerry users to buy iPhones, then apologizes

In response to BlackBerry CEO's outrage-filled denunciation of T-Mobile's marketing attempt to convert BlackBerry users to iPhone users, T-Mobile revealed a plan to remain in BlackBerry's good graces. Read on for more.