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Cars

Is the world ready for a Bentley Mulsanne Convertible? Brand chief still deciding

With the Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe rolling the planet, it’s a wonder why Bentley hasn’t sent the 505 horsepower convertible Mulsanne to production.
Gaming

Square-Enix finally targets the Wii U with Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut

Diehard Square-Enix fans that are also Nintendo Wii U owners may be disappointed that the publisher's first title for the console is a port, but Deus Ex fans have much to be happy about. Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut introduces a…
Opinion

#Upside: Why Twitter and SXSW going corporate isn’t a bad thing

Austin has become the stomping grounds for big business, and Twitter hashtags have made our voice its voice.
Home Theater

The Cadillac of TVs costs more than a Cadillac: Samsung prices S9 at $40,000

Samsung's first 85-inch Ultra-HD TV will retail for $40,000 when it becomes available for preorder in March, significantly more than similar sets from both Sony and LG.
Computing

NUIA eyeCharm uses Kinnect to track your eye movements

Your eye movements could now control your screen if the new NUIA eyeCharm Kickstarter project from 4tiitoo is successful. Plus, the company proves that in-home eye-tracking technology can be had for just $60.
Gaming

Tomb Raider’s writer Rhianna Pratchett discusses the future of Discworld, and making Lara Croft accountable

We sit down to chat about the new Lara Croft, retroactive writing, Discworld, and gaming's dire need for more people to step up and champion strong narratives with Tomb Raider writer Rhianna Pratchett.
Movies & TV

The future of online movie piracy is grim, experts warn

With the upcoming release of new domain tags and a shift towards cloud storage, the future of online piracy is looking grim - unless, of course, you're one of the pirates. That's the lesson from a recent movie industry panel in Hong Kong.
Mobile

UK Galaxy S4 to use 1.9GHz quad-core processor, and not eight-core Exynos 5 Octa

Samsung has confirmed the UK version of the Galaxy S4 smartphone will use the same 1.9GHz quad-core chip as the U.S. model, and not the highly-anticipated eight-core Exynos 5 Octa processor.
Social Media

Dude, where’s my Kickstarter stuff? Dealing with delays, deception and broken promises

A friendly reminder that Kickstarter is not a store - and a few tips on how to deal when you aren't getting what you were promised for backing a project, from a Kickstarter creator, no less!
Social Media

Twitter granted patent – for Twitter

Six years after they submitted the necessary papers, Twitter founders Jack Dorsey and Biz Stone have finally been granted the patent for their 'device independent message distribution platform'.
DT Daily

DT Daily: Google Mountain View and GIF search, Samsung Galaxy GS4 functionality today, and T-Mobile LTE Rumors 2:28

Google helps you explore mountaintops with Street View, and find your favorite GIF. The Samsung Galaxy S4 has a variety of new features, bu many of them are available today. Rumor is T-mobile will activate its LTE network on March…
Computing

Can a $50 mini PC replace your desktop? We tested 3 of them to find out

Mini PCs small enough to fit in your pocket can be purchased for as little as $35, but can they really be used like a desktop computer? We bought three popular pint-sized computers to find out.