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Chinese consumer group demands action from Apple on iPhone battery issues

Something odd is happening with iPhone 6 and 6S devices in China -- they're randomly shutting down. It's becoming such a problem that the China Consumers Association has asked Apple to look into the issue.
Gaming

Get ready to explore enormous new worlds in 'Mass Effect: Andromeda'

Mass Effect: Andromeda will be the first game in the series since 2012's Mass Effect 3, and BioWare looks to be pulling out all the stops. Here is everything we know about the latest title in the lauded sci-fi franchise.
Computing

Tired of messy cords and peripherals? The best all-in-one PCs can help!

An all-in-one PC is the perfect way to reduce desktop clutter and simplify your computing experience. Each of these models perfectly balances performance, display quality, and value, which translates to an outstanding piece of hardware.
Web

You have zero privacy thanks to tech, and these artists can prove it

A pop-up art exhibit in lower Manhattan aims to expose corporate monitoring and the reality of the modern Internet, with 54 exhibits and artwork that reveal a darker side to online life. Curated by Tactical Tech -- which helps activists…
Computing

SSD prices rise as NAND flash supply fails to keep pace with demand

Recent component shortages indicate strong demand for PC components. Whether it's batteries, displays, or SSDs, notebook manufacturers have been struggling to get enough parts. And now the supply of NAND flash memory is shrinking.
Movies & TV

Time to kill? These are the 101 best movies on Netflix

Save yourself from hours of scrolling and searching through Netflix's massive library by checking out this list of our favorite movies you can stream right now. No matter what genre you're looking for, you're bound to find something.
Cool Tech

Like a flying hamster ball, Droneball soars around in a cage to protect it from crashes

Droneball is described as a “crash-proof” consumer drone, that flies in its own smart cage -- thereby allowing it to harmlessly bounce off walls and obstacles that may well wreck other drones.
Mobile

Moto X 2017 news and rumors

It looks like the Moto X isn't dead just yet. Pictures of what the phone could look like have been leaked online, showing a very Moto Z-esque design, including an all-metal body and a large, round camera module.
Photography

Capture One Pro photo-editing software updated with a host of improvements

Capture One Pro 10 is the latest version of Phase One’s advanced photo editing software for professional photographers. It gains a high-performance engine for faster speed and an assortment of new features that make Capture One…
Wearables

Put a ring on it: three smart rings with plenty of beauty and brains

Smartwatches may be all the rage right now, but the the future of wearables may reside on your finger opposed to your wrist. Check out three of our favorite smart rings, whether you're looking to make mobile payments or track your fitness…
Gaming

‘Zelda: Breath of the Wild’ trailer shows off ‘ruins’ at Game Awards 2016

Zelda's next adventure was announced as a Wii U exclusive back in 2013, but it's still a few months off from release. Fortunately as we get closer, Nintendo is being more open about it, and now we have a trailer from the Game…
Movies & TV

Michael Fassbender leaps into action in new 'Assassin's Creed' movie clip

A new, extended clip from the upcoming Assassin's Creed movie that's based on the hit game franchise debuted during this year's edition of The Game Awards, ahead of the film's December 21 release in theaters.