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Xiaomi topples Samsung to take top spot in China smartphone market

Xiaomi shipped more smartphones in China during Q2 than any other company, according to data from Canalys. The figures see Samsung pushed from the top spot for the first time since the end of 2011.
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Today on DT Daily: NASA and the mystery rocket engine, a light bulb you talk to and the potato salad campaign has ended, so how much money was raised? The interwebs were buzzing this past weekend with news that NASA has a…
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Movies & TV

Dead Island movie revived with production expected to begin in 2015

Occupant Entertainment and game publisher Deep Silver have announced that a Dead Island movie is on the way with production expected to begin in 2015.
Movies & TV

James Gunn thanks fans for Guardians of the Galaxy’s success and teases sequel

The director of Guardians of the Galaxy posted a message to fans about the film's record-breaking opening weekend and teased his return for the sequel.

NFL app for Xbox One gets Sunday Ticket, fantasy leagues, and more for 2014 season

Microsoft's NFL app for Xbox One is getting integration with DirecTV's Sunday Ticket, more fantasy leagues, and a host of other features for the upcoming 2014 NFL season.

At a planned 290 MPH, Hennessy’s Venom F5 will make hurricanes and Veyrons cower

Hennessey’s Texas-built Venom F5 isn’t just fast, it’s gunning for a new world production speed record. At 1,400 horsepower, the twin-turbo V8-powered speed demon may leave the 1,200 horsepower Venom GT, also built by Hennessey, in…

State of Decay developer takes aim at Pokémon with new mobile game Moonrise

Undead Labs has announced a follow-up to its 2013 open world zombie survival game State of Decay: Moonrise will be a multiplayer creature collection RPG for iOS and Android devices.

Passenger planes can be hacked using on-board Wi-Fi, security researcher says

A security researcher says that passenger aircraft can be hacked into using the wireless Internet connections and entertainment systems on those planes.

Detect natural gas leaks before they become dangerous with Kepler

In addition to monitoring the air for toxic gasses like carbon monoxide, Kepler can also detect the presence of potentially explosive natural gases in your house and send alerts to your smartphone

Apple could marry iTunes Radio to Beats Music in rebrand move

The dust is still settling after last week's news that Apple has officially wrapped up its $3 billion acquisition of Beats Electronics, but the Cupertino company has already made its first move in the potential rebranding of Beats Music in…