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Borderlands 2’s final DLC coming in April

Gearbox and 2K have announced the next Headhunter add-on, titled "Sir Hammerlock Versus the Son of Crawmerax," will be the fifth Headhunter pack, and the last Borderlands 2 DLC.
Cars

Forbidden fruit: Honda’s ‘racing car for the road’ Civic Type R Concept coming to Geneva

Honda teases the Civic Type R Concept coming to the Geneva Motor Show. Try not to get too excited by this big-winged boyracer; it’s not coming to the U.S.
Cars

That’s a lot of Lambos: Lamborghini Huracán attracts 700 orders in first month

The Lamborghini Huracán is already proving popular, with 700 orders confirmed in the car's first month on sale. Honestly, it would be more surprising if this supercar didn't sell well.
Mobile

2 million smartwatches were sold last year, and Galaxy Gear is leading

The latest research shows nearly two million smartwatches were sold during 2013, with Android and Samsung's Galaxy Gear taking a high percentage of the sales.
Cars

Think the 2014 Porsche 911 GT3 is fast? Get ready for the GT3 RS

The Porsche 911 GT3 RS is a hardcore version of the already-hardcore GT3. A new version is reportedly under development. With an emphasis on aerodynamics and weight savings, it should be quite the track monster.
Mobile

Google Play Music app update adds offline radio mode for All Access subscribers

Google has updated its Play Music app for Android, adding in the option to download and save its All Access radio stations for use without a data connection.
Computing

Motorola boss Dennis Woodside exits company for Dropbox role

It was only two weeks ago that Google said it intended to sell Motorola Mobility and now its boss looks set to leave. A report Wednesday said Dennis Woodside is joining Dropbox as its COO to help the company expand its presence in the…
Mobile

Android, iOS sweep up with 96 percent of smartphone market

Between them, Android and iOS accounted for 95.7 percent of all smartphones shipped in Q4 2013, an increase of 4.5 percent on a year earlier. Meanwhile, BlackBerry continues to slide, securing just 0.6 percent of the market, down from 3.2…