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Gaming

Report: Sony preparing to launch 4K-capable “PS4.5”

Sony may be preparing to release a more powerful version of the PlayStation 4, anecdotally referred to as the PlayStation 4.5, with a more powerful GPU
Computing

Asus is replacing ROG Swift PG279Q monitors subjected to ‘IPS glow’ and backlight bleeding

If you were one of many in North America to purchase an Asus ROG Swift PG279Q monitor and are experiencing backlight bleed, you may be eligible for a complimentary replacement.
Mobile

Lenovo waves buh-bye to Motorola President Rick Osterloh in big shakeup

Lenovo is set to completely restructure Motorola, and the first victim of the shakeup is Motorola President Rick Osterloh. Osterloh led the company through the Lenovo acquisition, but his time at Moto is done.
Cars

Worried about car hacking? FBI and DOT offer safety tips

As cars become more connected, they also become more vulnerable to hackers. Here's what the FBI and DOT say you can do to help protect your car, and what to do if you think your car has been hacked.
Home Theater

Bang & Olufsen will be pumping out new TVs with help from LG

A press release from Bang & Olufsen revealed a partnership between the Dutch electronics manufacturer and the Korean television giant LG. The collaboration is expected to result in new televisions being produced on a larger scale.
Smart Home

This could be the first bike bell you ever buy

Australian bike accessories company Knog gives the century-old, standard bicycle bell a sleek, modern look. This bike bell is designed with a discreet, modern look and a new sound.
Web

Kickstarter makes Drip its first acquisition

In a blog post published Thursday, Yancey Strickler, the co-founder and CEO of the crowdfunding platform Kickstarter, announced that his company made its first acquisition. The lucky beneficiary of the buyout is Drip, a crowdfunded music…
Mobile

Samsung is on a roll: New patent shows a smartphone with a flexible roll-out screen

Samsung filed a new patent for a roll-up display that will allow you to unroll your smartphone when you want a bigger screen, and then roll it up again to fit it back in your pocket.
Computing

Samsung's supernaturally light Notebook 9 makes paper notebooks feel fat

Samsung’s Notebook 9 ultrabooks excel in places users feel as they use it, rather than the ones they only see on a spec sheet.
DT Daily

Let us loop you into this new 9.7-inch iPad Pro for $599

New rumors surfacing ahead of Apple "Let us Loop You In" event indicate a 9.7-inch iPad Pro will be introduced starting at $599. It's also looking increasingly likely the iPhone 7 won't have a headphone jack.
Music

Why Apple’s next iPhone may kill the headphone jack, and what it means for you

The rumor mill has all but confirmed the new iPhone 7 will come without a standard headphone jack. So what does that mean for you? Follow us as we explore the strange new world where Lightning and Bluetooth reign supreme.
Gaming

March Madness fans, here's how to play Facebook Messenger's secret basketball game

Facebook quietly added a new mini basketball game to its Messenger app this week as a treat for fans chatting about March Madness (or basketball in general).