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Apple reverses censorship of pixelated nudity in iPad game Papers, Please

The newly-released iPad port of Papers, Please, Lucas Pope's dystopian bureaucracy simulator, has had its pixelated nudity restored after Apple rolled back their initial kibosh.
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Be the ultimate loyalist, let’s say, with Porsche’s watch face for Android Wear

A Porsche-themed watch face has shown up for the Android Wear operating system. Available for free on Google Play now, the face transforms depending on what races are going on that week.

Take a spin around Storm Island in Forza Horizon 2’s new expansion

Storm Island, a new expansion for Forza Horizon 2, is now exclusively available on Xbox One, adding an exotic new location and loads of content to fill it.

Sony’s latest concept smart eyewear can be fitted to any glasses, will be demoed at CES

Sony has revealed its SmartEyeglass prototype, which it will show off as a concept device at CES 2015. Rather than a standalone model, SmartEyeglass clips to existing glasses, and Sony plans to put it in production during the next year.

Instagram rolls out five new filters, first in two years

Bored of using the same old Instagram filters? Well, thanks to an update rolled out Tuesday, you now have five new ones to choose from. You can also move your filters about, bunching together your favorites while shifting the others out of…
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Twitter said to be weighing up whether to put autoplay videos in timelines

Use Twitter? How do you like the sound of autoplay videos in your timeline? According to an Adweek report this week, the social media site is considering the feature in a bid to boost ad revenue.
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Insanely powerful, 4K, octa-core Xperia Z4 Tablet Ultra leaks out

A leak has supposedly revealed the Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet Ultra, a ridiculously large and powerful tablet possibly coming soon. Unless it's nothing more than a crazy spec wish list.

How to experience crystal-clear 4K on your old desktop PC for $600 or less

Crystal-clear 4K resolution may seem like an expensive pipe dream, but the most recent wave of graphics cards and monitors will allow you to experience it on your desktop for $600 or less.

TAG Heuer already working on smartwatch though launch is some way off

TAG Heuer boss Jean-Claude Biver said Tuesday his company is making steady progress with its smartwatch plan, having already struck deals with a number of partners. However, the device is unlikely to be unveiled until late 2015 at the…

Former Sony employees sue the movie studio following ‘nightmare’ security breach

Following the recent Guardians of Peace hack, Sony Pictures has been hit with a lawsuit by two former employees claiming the movie studio failed to protect personal data on its computer systems. The suit describes the hack as "an epic…

OnePlus releases powerful extended battery pack to celebrate its first birthday

OnePlus is a year old, and to celebrate it has announced the Power Bank, a massive 10000mAh extended battery pack, plus it has confirmed work on its own custom Android ROM for future phones.
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DT Daily: Quantum dots explained, hot laps in a vintage racecar, phone as desktop PC

Today on DT Daily: It’s time to learn about ‘quantum dots,’ take a lap in a no-tech race car, and could smartphones end up being the only computer we need? Let’s review TV tech speak real quick: there’s CRT, LCD, LED…