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Pebble is shutting down and will stop manufacturing its devices

Fitbit is officially buying Pebble's core assets and while the price hasn't been announced, it's rumored to be less than $40 million. Pebble is shutting down and will no longer manufacturer devices.
Movies & TV

Will Ferrell set to lampoon the video game world in upcoming esports film

Pro gaming is a young man's game but not for Will Ferrell, it seems. In one of his upcoming roles, the perennial silly sportsman will be an old but still-with-it pro gamer competing with the teenage up-and-comers of the world.

T-Mobile announces Digits, a single phone number for all of your devices

T-Mobile's Digits service, launching in beta, provides a single number for all of your devices -- including smartphones, tablets, computers, and even wearables. It's free for T-Mobile postpaid customers.

Photographer converts an old military truck into a giant glass-plate camera

How do you photograph a mountain range with a medium that weighs nearly 90 pounds? Photographer Kurt Moser is capturing rugged scenes on glass plates by converting an old military truck into a camera and darkroom on wheels.
Movies & TV

Netflix releases second trailer for ‘Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events’

The new trailer for Netflix's adaptation of Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events features a host of locations and characters that will be immediately familiar to fans of the books.

Sprint latest to partner with Niantic, rolls out ‘Pokémon Go’ bonuses at retail stores

U.S. carrier Sprint's teaming up with Pokémon Go developer Niantic to roll out promotions across more than 10,500 stores. It follows on the heels of similar collaborations with Japanese cellular provider Softbank and McDonald's.
Cool Tech

Flying the Breeze drone just got simpler with a joystick controller and goggles

The portable Yuneec Breeze drone can now be flown with physical controls and first-erson view goggles instead of just a touchscreen app. The new optional accessory promises enhanced control and an immersive flight experience.

'Final Fantasy XV' will address fans' story complaints with an update

Final Fantasy XV is finally out in the wild, but some fans have voiced disappointment with the game's narrative. Square Enix is looking to address this with a game update, adding new scenes for specific characters.
Cool Tech

Sony’s Project Field could give us a new way to play card games

Sony's Project Field is looking to bring a similar mixed reality gaming that Amiibo and Skylander figures allowed, but with card games. Set for a Japan-only release, it will first support the Yokai Watch game, but from there, the sky's the…

Mads Mikkelsen discusses working with Hideo Kojima on ‘Death Stranding’

After the Death Stranding trailer that aired at The Game Awards revealed that Mads Mikkelsen will portray the game's villain, the Danish actor has shared details of his experience working with famed video game designer Hideo Kojima.

Rinspeed’s Oasis concept is a cozy respite from urban stress

The Rinspeed Oasis concept appearing at CES 2017 and the 2017 Detroit Auto Show is an autonomous mini apartment on wheels, complete with armchairs, entertainment system, and a small garden.

Ireland is the latest country to gain access to Google's Android Pay

Android Pay is Google's mobile payment system, which turns your phone into a wallet and negates the need to pull out your credit card in stores. Chase Bank will add support on Sept. 7.