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Computing

Intel tries to downsize your gaming desktop with its new Skull Canyon NUC

At a press event last night, Intel showed off its Skull Canyon NUC, which appears to be focused on gamers -- but it needs an external graphics card to really shine.
Emerging Tech

Great Scott! Nike’s HyperAdapt 1.0 self-tying shoes will debut on November 28

Sportswear company Nike has debuted the world's first pair of self-tying shoes, evoking an iconic scene from the enduring '80s film Back to the Future Part II. They'll go on sale to members of the company's Nike+ community on November 28.
Computing

You can buy the Windows 10 powered Samsung TabPro S tomorrow, for $900

Like your tablets light and your OS heavy? Samsung's new Galaxy tablet steps across the aisle into the Windows world, and after a brief delay, it's available for a base price of under a thousand bucks.
Mobile

Prepare your Lumia phones! Microsoft's Windows 10 Mobile update is finally here

Microsoft is finally rolling out Windows 10 to your Windows smartphone, creating a unified, seamless, cross-platform experience across all your Windows devices. The update is available on select Windows 8.1 devices.
Gaming

Lindsay Lohan allowed to sue Rockstar Games over GTA V character, court says

The New York State Supreme Court ruled that Lindsay Lohan can sue Rockstar Games and Take-Two Interactive over a character from Grand Theft Auto V, which she believes was modeled off of her likeness.
Cars

BMW’s ‘i NEXT’ model will be the firm’s ‘spearhead of innovation’ by 2020

BMW has revealed that an i8 Roadster and something called the i NEXT will be added to its i Series lineup in the coming years. The i NEXT will reportedly be a visionary model in terms of construction materials, tech, and its powertrain.
Cars

20 automakers commit to making emergency braking standard on all new cars by 2022

Twenty automakers from all over the automotive landscape have agreed to make life-saving emergency braking technology standard on new cars by 2022. Emergency braking uses sensors to scope out the road ahead and brake if a collision is…
Gaming

Nintendo makes mobile debut in Japan with Miitomo, My Nintendo

Nintendo's debut mobile app Miitomo has launched alongside the company's new My Nintendo service, giving members access to exclusive rewards, games, and other bonuses for registering purchases and completing online tasks.
Home Theater

Pioneer adds two new models to its Elite line of receivers, unveils new headphones

It was only a few months ago at CES when Pioneer unveiled both new headphones and new models in its Elite line of receivers, and now it's doing it again with the SE-MHR5 headphones and LX301 and LX101 receivers.
Computing

Google security pro Tavis Ormandy calls Verizon’s anti-virus certification “meaningless”

Google's Tavis Ormandy, who regularly discloses vulnerabilities in anti-virus software, has claimed that Verizon-affiliated certificates for anti-virus are missing important bugs in software.
Virtual Reality

Hover Junker devs show how to turn your pet into an alien, with the power of VR

Questing in virtual reality has the potential to be an isolating experience, but what if you could take your pet into the game with you? That's what the Hover Junkers developers did, by attaching a Vive control to a real dog.