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NewTek democratizes video production with TriCaster Mini all-in-one TV studio

Think sleek-looking TV studio productions like ESPN's SportsCenter require fancy equipment? Not anymore, with NewTek's TriCaster Mini. The portable, compact all-in-one system lets you create a professional studio in any environment.

Super Smash Bros. Wii U, Amiibo confirmed for November 21 release

Nintendo confirms a November 21 release date in North America for Super Smash Bros. Wii U, Amiibo figures, and the GameCube controller adapter for Wii U.

ZTE’s budget monster, the Grand X Max, comes to Cricket on October 10 for $200

ZTE has announced another new smartphone for America. It's the Grand X Max, and it's headed to the Cricket network on October 10. It has a massive 6-inch display, and will cost just $200.

Nvidia’s hot new mobile GPUs almost match the muscle of their desktop cousins

We ran Nvidia's new GeForce GTX 980M GPU through a bunch of tests, including 3DMark Fire Strike, Cloud Gate, Battlefield 4, and more. So, how did it fare? Learn more here.

Want a ZenWatch? Get in line. Asus may only make 300 of them

Looking forward to the Asus ZenWatch, one of the new generation of design-conscious smartwatches announced this year? You may have to wait for it, because it could get a very limited release, if a new report from China is accurate.

Samsung forecasts massive drop in profits

Samsung has issued a dire profit forecast for the three months ending September 30. Slower-than-expected sales of its high-end smartphones and other products, and increased competition in emerging markets, have been cited as reasons for the…

Aluminum skin helps Ford shed the weight of a grizzly from its F-150

The Ford F-Series has been the best-selling vehicle in the United States for decades, and its rock-solid reputation looks to continue for 2015. Ford has completely redone the F-150 for its thirteenth generation, with a new frame, body, and…

New York orders firm to remove secret ad beacons from city’s phone booths

Following the recent revelation that NYC green-lighted the installation of ad beacons at public phone booths in the city without any public consultation or notification, officials have done an about-face and ordered for them to be removed.

AT&T data thief fired after accessing 1,600 private customer accounts

AT&T has written to a number of its subscribers, warning of unauthorized access to their accounts, which could result in theft of private data. The person responsible has since been fired.

Gold version of BlackBerry’s Passport could be on the way

Photos released Monday show BlackBerry may be launching a gold edition of its new Passport handset, giving business professionals something eye-catching to flash about during important meetings.
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DT Daily: Volcano melts a GoPro, Facebook payment plan, Duracell’s rescue fleet 2:32

Today on DT Daily: A drone gets a bit too close to some liquid hot magma, Facebook readies a payment system, and it’s Duracell to the rescue. We can’t get enough of news from the dronosphere, especially when the little flying…

Netflix’s revamped iOS and Android apps put box art, head shots front and center

Definitely ideal for anyone that enjoys watching Netflix on their mobile device, the streaming video company has launched an update that will make it easier to find your favorite shows and films.