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Pixifly is like a time machine for Instagram users

Ever wanted to travel through time? Of course you have, and now you can - kind of - with the help of new iOS app Pixifly. The app allows users to search Instagram photos by time and place.

Titanfall DLC adds maps and more this May

Titanfall’s first DLC, titled Expedition, will be released this May, and include three new maps. New modes, Burn Cards, and more are also coming in a free update.

NSA must report security flaws — with some exceptions

A report in the New York Times sheds new light on the NSA's policy towards bugs such as Heartbleed — while the Agency is obliged to report the majority of vulnerabilities, it can choose not to.

Watch Dogs coming to Wii U this fall

Ubisoft’s open world action game built around hacking throughout the city of Chicago will hit most platforms on May 27, but the Nintendo Wii U version won’t be released until fall.

JVC puts an oversized Super 35mm sensor in its upcoming Micro Four Thirds 4K camcorder

At NAB in Las Vegas, JVC introduced two new 4K video cameras sporting Micro Four Thirds mounts and a larger Super 35mm format sensor. Will we see Micro Four Thirds still cameras with larger sensors in the future? Probably not.

Microsoft could make Live Tiles even more interactive

Microsoft researchers have been playing around with the Start screen tiles, and if a new demo video is anything to go by they could look more like Android widgets in future versions of Windows.

The pocket-sized printer that moves across pages

Ever wanted a printer that you can carry around in your pocket? The Mini Mobile Robotic Printer, currently raising funds through a Kickstarter campaign, could be just what you've been looking for.

Tech angels help tame Ducati’s ferocious new Monster 1200S

The bike, in terms of ride quality and performance, is exceptional.

Google Now could soon remind you where you parked

If you're often clueless when it comes to remembering where you parked the car, help is on the way — Android Police has dug up references to a 'where you parked' feature coming to Google Now.