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Infiniti chief explains new naming scheme; reveals new 550-horsepower flagship sedan

“No one likes change,” explained Infiniti President. Apparently, Infiniti fans abhor it.

Windows Phone 8 update rolls out to Nokia Lumia 920 and 820 handsets today

Nokia and Microsoft have just launched an update for Nokia's Lumia 920 and 820 handsets that will make improvements to Bluetooth and messaging among other features.

Atlus brings Shin Megami Tensei: Soul Hackers 3DS to the US

Nintendo 3DS role-playing game fans rejoice: More than fifteen years after the game's original release on Sega Saturn, Atlus is bringing Shin Megami Tensei: Soul Hackers to the United States.
Home Theater

DT’s ‘Better Than Socks’ Holiday Giveaway: V-Moda Crossfade LP Custom Engraved Headphones

Win a pair of V-Moda Crossfade LP headphones in your choice of color and with custom engraving. Contest closes 12/26/2012.

Apple allegedly planning iPad Mini 2, iPhone dominant choice among business users

A new report has indicated that Apple is planning its second iPad Mini, and data has shown that the iPhone is the most popular choice for business users.

Angry Birds is still big business but Rovio thinks its time for new IP

Finland's Rovio isn't a one trick pony. Angry Birds was successful, but so were Angry Birds: Star Wars and Bad Piggies! Spin-off success is one thing, but Rovio does see its future in developing new intellectual properties.
Social Media

Facebook removing “via” attribution for third-party apps

Heads up, marketers: The way Facebook handles third-party apps has changed, but it may be for the better. Stories published on official pages will no longer have the currently subtle attribution linking out to apps like Hootsuite and…

Vita Remote Play finally added to Tokyo Jungle

After months of waiting, fans of quirky PlayStation Network hit Tokyo Jungle are now able to enjoy the downloadable game on their Vita handhelds.

Valve removes The War Z from Steam, offers refunds

After two days of enraged fans complaining about the current, arguably unfinished state of developer Hammerpoint Interactive's open-world zombie title The War Z, Valve Software has pulled the game from Steam and is now offering refunds to…

Viral video of Golden Eagle snatching kid rendered fake

Three students at a Canadian design school have come forth, taking credit for the hoax that was the viral video of an eagle snatching a child in a Montreal park.

Google announces Santa-tracking app to rival NORAD and Microsoft

Shortly after Google and NORAD decided to part ways, Google announced its own app to track Santa on Christmas Eve.

Nissan exec admits Leaf’s US sales strategy was over-reaching and “a little bit arrogant”

It seems that Nissan believed a little bit too much of their own hype when it came to electric cars, now they're having to rethink how they sell them.