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NY Auto Show preview: 2014 Dodge Durango should be loaded with new technology features

The 2014 Dodge Durango will likely be equipped with the Chrysler Group's new Uconnect Access Via Mobile in-car technology as one of the new features on the vehicle. Introduced at CES, the technology has been generating a lot of buzz.

Apple tweaks Retina MacBook Pro tagline thanks to Chromebook Pixel

With the introduction of the new Chromebook Pixel, Apple can no longer claim that its Retina MacBook Pros are "the highest-resolution notebook ever," forcing the company to change its advertising.

Got camera, will hire: Pro wedding photogs facing competition from amateurs

A New York Times report finds that, thanks to easier-to-use digital cameras and low overhead, amateur photographers are gaining employment in fields once reserved for pros, such as the wedding photography business.

Your wireless carrier is gouging you and we have the numbers to prove it

You know them; you hate them. Year after year, wireless carriers are rated among the worst companies out there, but what makes things worse is just how much more expensive and unfair they are compared to other carriers worldwide. We've…

‘Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon’ review: Mario’s little brother shines in the darkness

Next Level Games continues the fruitful partnership with Nintendo that's yielded plums like Super Mario Strikers and Punch-out!! on Wii with Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, the studio's very best game, and one of the best made for Nintendo 3DS.
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Fake tweet site LetMeTweetThatForYou could have real implications for Web journalism

LetMeTweetThatForYou is a quick and dirty solution to fake tweets and play it off as the real thing - and as Web publishers increasingly rely on Twitter as a source, the app could be an underhanded tool for reporting.

HTC drops Quietly Brilliant tagline, plans to go on the attack instead

HTC is moving forward with its Marketing 2.0 strategy, and has decided to drop its Quietly Brilliant tagline in favor of a new, bolder approach. We've yet to see it in action, but its cheeky crashing of Samsung's Galaxy S4 party could be a…

Anti-Google Glass ‘Stop The Cyborgs’ campaign launches

If Google Glass seems too technologically connected for your liking, you're not alone. A new group called Stop The Cyborgs has launched a campaign to draw attention to the dangers of human/tech collaboration.

New Motorola X Phone rumors suggest it’ll be a powerful, unbreakable, customizable super phone

The Motorola X Phone is rapidly becoming the new darling of the Android rumor mill, now the Galaxy S4 and HTC One are official. This latest round of gossip suggests it's going to ace the pair of them with a very impressive spec list.

BioShock Infinite review: A game you experience and not just play

'BioShock Infinite' doesn't quite surpass the original, but it is still one of the best game of the year, and an exceptionally well craft story that is experienced more than just played.

Sony’s fatter, aquaphobic version of the Xperia Z, the Xperia ZL, now up for pre-order in the U.S.

Sony has put the Xperia ZL up for pre-order in the U.S., via its own online store. The phone is a variation of the Xperia Z, with some subtle changes to the spec sheet to make it slightly cheaper.

FAA rules on use of electronics during flights could change in fliers’ favor before year end, report says

If you're a frequent flier frustrated by the FAA's ban on the use of electronic devices during take-off and landing, you'll be pleased to learn that an industry group set up last year to look into the situation may be about to recommend the…