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Apple hopes its new Siri website will get you chatting to your phone more

Apple launched a revamped site for Siri on Wednesday, showing iPhone and Apple Watch users all of the things – or at least, some of them – that the voice-driven virtual assistant can do.
Social Media

Facebook has a plan for a Frank Gehry designed, million square foot office block

Facebook is already massive around the world with well over a billion users, and now it wants to get massive in Menlo Park with new office space. It's just opened a brand new Frank Gehry-designed campus there, and has now submitted plans…
Mobile

This is what LG’s using to make a spectacular camera for the G4 smartphone

LG Innotek, a division of the company that produces components, has revealed am f/1.8 aperture, 16-megapixel camera, and an 8-megapixel module for the LG G4 smartphone, that's set to be revealed later this month.
Mobile

Don’t want to pay the full cost of a phone upfront? Cricket Wireless now gives you options

If you can't afford to pay for one of Cricket Wireless' prepaid phones upfront, the carrier now offers three different ways to help mitigate the costs, even if your credit rating is less than stellar.
Apple

Grab your popcorn: Netflix-style torrent app Popcorn Time is now on iOS

Popcorn Time, the controversial Netflix-style streaming service, has just come out with an app for non-jailbroken iOS devices. The group also announced plans to open a sort of underground app store.
Computing

Teen developer takes down desktop Instagram app, but not before making $6,000

A 17-year-old Los Angeles high school student who developed an Instagram app for the desktop took it down after he was emailed twice by Instagram. The developer made around $6,000 in app revenue.
Gaming

U.S. sanctions bar Crimean gamers from World of Warcraft

In compliance with western sanctions against the disputed Crimean peninsula, Blizzard has suspended access to Battle.net, the online framework behind its games like StarCraft II, Diablo III, Hearthstone, and World of Warcraft.
Product Review

Sennheiser Momentum Wireless 2.0 Review

The price is high, but the Momentum Wireless by Sennheiser sure sound stellar.
Gaming

Xbox One to add digital tuner for free OTA TV in US and Canada

Microsoft already rolled out live broadcast TV functionality with the Xbox One in Europe, and is now bringing free over-the-air TV for users in the U.S. and Canada through a Hauppauge TV tuner that plugs into the console.
Photography

Apple revamps photo management app for Mac, here’s what’s new

Among the features in the latest update to Mac OS X is a photo-management software, simply called Photos. The application replaces iPhoto and Aperture, but combines the features from both.
Mobile

You can now use Facebook Messenger on your phone’s browser

Facebook sure is making a concerted effort to establish Messenger as a development platform. The social networking giant launched Messenger.com, a web client for chatting with friends.
Cars

The KTM X-Bow gets a closed cockpit GT4 version for international racing

KTM has revealed the latest version of its GT4-spec X-bow race car. Based off of its track-specific roadster, the mid-engined car is now closed cockpit and will comply with many different international championship regulations.