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Android may soon have a flatter look, if these leaked shots are real

The supposed leak, which Android Police said came from “a source familiar with the new designs,” shows a flatter interface similar to the design scheme that first appeared in iOS 7.
Cars

BMW celebrates 30 years of M5 with smoking tires … and a surprise

The BMW M5 has anchored the company's M line of performance cars since it was launched in 1984. To celebrate 30 years of M5, BMW will recount past models, burn a little rubber, and prepare a surprise.
Cool Tech

Ikea just bought a massive wind farm in Illinois to power all of its US stores

As part of an ongoing effort to reduce its power consumption, Ikea just made a big investment in an Illinois wind farm. Learn more here.
Home Theater

Research shows people share more photos through their TV than other kinds of media

YouGov — a London-based research firm — released data last week that indicates a rapidly changing technological and behavioral landscape in the home. The study finds that the most popular form of content-sharing between devices is…
Photography

Nikon debuts compact J4 camera with fast burst mode

Nikon has a new mirrorless camera out, the Nikon 1 J4. The 18.4-megapixel compact interchangeable lens camera has specs similar to the recently announced Nikon 1 V3.
Gaming

Omni virtual reality treadmill is set to ship in July

Virtuix’s Omni, the virtual reality-based treadmill that began its life as a Kickstarter project, has confirmed that it will begin shipping sometime this July.
Gaming

X-Men: Days of Future Past teases 25 moments where mutants changed the world

Director Bryan Singer’s upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past hits theaters on May 23, 2014, but in anticipation, the studio has created a new website showing 25 moments where mutants changed the world.
Mobile

Want a 3D printout of your face? Microsoft is working on it for Windows Phone

Microsoft is working on new technology that allows people to scan faces in 3D using only a Windows Phone camera. The technology would allow users to print out a high quality image of their face using a 3D printer.
Mobile

Calorie Counting Controversy: Indiegogo and Healbe defend against fraud allegations

The crowdfunding venture for the GoBe tracker, which recently breached the $1 million mark in spite of negative media scrutiny, has prompted both HealBe and Indiegogo to answer allegations of fraud and negligence.
Mobile

Age of Empires is coming to Android, iOS, and WP8 this summer

Microsoft, in collaboration with Japanese gaming firm KLab Inc., is currently developing Age of Empires: World Domination. The free-to-play RTS will make its way to iOS, Android, and Windows Phone this summer.