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Daredevil showrunner compares Marvel’s upcoming Netflix series to The Wire

Daredevil showrunner Steven S. DeKnight likened the upcoming Marvel series debuting on Netflix to HBO's The Wire and other popular gritty, urban dramas.

Budget gamers, get set to spend – Nvidia’s GTX 960 said to launch in late January

GeForce GTX 980 and 970's lesser sibling, the GTX 960, is expected out on January 22 now instead of the previously rumored early January ETA.

Microsoft may replace Internet Explorer with lightweight ‘Spartan’ in Windows 10

Microsoft is rumored to equip Windows 10 with two web browsers. Internet Explorer 11 will stay on, and get Spartan as a "lightweight" alternative.

HTC’s next Desire phone may take great selfies, and launch at CES 2015

HTC may launch a new Desire phone at CES 2015. The Desire A52 is rumored to be a selfie phone with two great cameras and bright color combinations. So far, it looks like it will a launch in Asia.

Ford’s EcoBoost engines may be getting monstrous upgrades with ‘EcoBeast’ patent

A recent trademark filed by Ford secures the rights to use “EcoBeast” for auto engine usage. The declaration hints of an expansion of the EcoBoost family of engines, with a focus on performance.

Volkswagen LogBox and Race App data-recording system launches in Germany

The Volkswagen LogBox and Race App system joins a growing list of data-acqusition systems for drivers without racing licenses. It records acceleration, g-forces, and other figures so you can brag about them later.

PlayStation holiday sales extended following Christmas PSN outage

Sony extends the PlayStation Network's latest Flash Sale and Holiday Sale after online vandals brought down the online service through the Christmas break.

Data reveals LG’s experimenting with Windows Phone again

Data taken from research into Windows Phone advertising trends may have revealed a new device from LG. Named the LG VW820, the device could be the company's return to Microsoft's mobile operating system.

You’ve definitely never seen Quake played like this before

A Finnish computer programmer has managed to run a playable version of id Software's seminal 1996 first person shooter, Quake, on an old, analog oscilloscope.
Health & Fitness

You might already be healthy, but you can still benefit from a fitness tracker

Fitness trackers are marketed toward those looking to lose weight or stay in shape, but what if you’re already getting by just fine without one? As it turns out, a little feedback can do wonders.
Movies & TV

Wolf of Wall Street tops ‘most pirated movies of the year’ list

The Wolf of Wall Street has topped the 'most pirated movies of 2014' list. The Martin Scorsese flick, which stars Leonardo DiCaprio, was downloaded just over 30 million times by torrent users around the world.