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Bitchin’ Camaro 2: Chevrolet Performance upgrades to replicate old-school power

Chevrolet Performance is going old-school and releasing its own line of aftermarket upgrades for the fifth generation Camaro. Drawn from the mental Camaro ZL1 and GM motorsports, these parts will definitely make your Camaro go, handle, and…

Ron Burgundy wants to be on you … and for you to be in a 2014 Dodge Durango

Dodge goes all out with its new ad campaign, and teams up with Will Ferrell as Ron Burgundy to sell its new 2014 Durango. In a series of short comedy spots that more or less feature the Dodge SUV, Ron Burgundy stumbles over pronunciation…

IndieCade 2013 winners announced

The international festival for independent gaming has announced its list of winners. The first winners were announced last week, concluding with the final winners announced Sunday at the closing ceremonies.

Microsoft wants to cram Windows Phone into Android: Why it’s a bad idea

According to a new report, Microsoft is trying to persuade HTC to make a dual-booting Android and Windows Phone smartphone. The trouble is, it doesn't benefit anyone except Microsoft. How Microsoft is acting like an alien Chestburster.
Social Media

The NYC vs. Airbnb saga continues with a subpoena demanding user information

New York's beef with rental site Airbnb is not over. Now the city is demanding data on users who are potential violators of a state law prohibiting short-term leases.

Mercedes answers question no one was asking, planning competitor to the BMW X6

Mercedes is introducing its own Crossover/SUV Coupe, for now called the MLC. Despite the sales failure of the X6, Mercedes seems convinced that at least a few gullible souls want an M Class, but without all of the practical bits. Expected…

Quebec grants $63 million to ‘Batman: Arkham Origins’ dev

The government of Quebec has set aside $63 million in grants and incentives to WB Games Montreal, the 'Batman: Arkham Origins' developer, in order to increase the studio’s size.

Obamacare website outage forces uninsured to use 1800s technology, Obamacare's primary online exchange, continues to suffer serious performance issues a week after its launch. Now, the site is telling impatient users to try another way to buy health insurance: telephone calls.
Home Theater

Singing Machine’s ‘Home’ Bluetooth speaker keeps you one click away from karaoke night

Singing Machine's new Home Bluetooth speaker wants to unleash those golden pipes of yours, offering a sleak spherical cabinet that transitions from an every day wireless sound system to a full bore home karaoke machine, with access to over…

What the world needs now is not love but in fact the Zenos E10, another electric sports car

Does the world need another sports car? Newcomer Zenos Cars says "yes." Like the Caterham Seven Zenos' founders used to work on, the E10 is minimalist, lightweight, and built for the track.

PS4 DualShock controllers will work with your PC

The new PlayStation DualShock 4 controllers will be compatible with Windows-based PCs upon launch, according to a recent tweet from Sony Studio’s Shuhei Yoshida.

Toshiba’s refreshed Portege and Tecra laptops emphasize portability with less compromise

Toshiba's new lineup of Portege and Tecra business laptops includes an Ultrabook with plentiful ports, another lightweight machine that still packs an optical drive, and a powerful mobile workstation.