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Watch Apple’s First Timberlake And Fallon iPhone 6 Ads

 Apple has gone back to territory that treated it well in the past with new ads for the iPhone 6, with a spin on the “I’m a Mac, I’m a PC” John Hodgman/Justin Long duo act that served it well in the latter half of the last decade.

iOS 8 already installed on nearly half of all iOS devices

iOS 8's initial adoption numbers may have been a little sluggish, according to reports, but Apple now says on its developer support pages that 46% of active iOS devices have been updated to its latest mobile operating system, “as measured by the App Store on September 21, 2014.” Continue reading...

BlackBerry put a $2,000 smartphone into our pauper's hands

BlackBerry may have fallen out of favor with the majority of mainstream smartphone purchasers, but the company has always held a certain appeal with the, erm, super-rich.

Samsung to Bring Forward Galaxy Note 4 Release Date to Combat iPhone 6?

  It seems like the Galaxy Note 4 could launch a little earlier than expected in order to combat the positive reaction that the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus has had in recent weeks.

Meizu MX4 Pro could launch as early as October 26th

Meizu’s newest flagship, the MX4, has already sold almost 8 million units with no sign of slowing down, so it makes sense that Meizu are planning to release variants of its most popular device to date.

Salesforce focuses on apps as ‘new channel’ with Journey Builder for Apps

Above: A screen from Salesforce's Journey Builder for Apps Image Credit: Salesforce Mobile is computing’s new center of gravity, and apps are the core of mobile.

Vizio takes 4K mainstream with launch of $999.99 P-Series TV

Vizio has just announced that the P-Series 4K LED HDTV line we first saw way back at CES is now available.

5 Killer Resources For Linux Music Streaming

Do you love listening to streamed music? Don’t know what apps you can use to get the job done? We show you the five best Linux applications you can use to listen to online music.

Polaroid Cube Review: A Tiny Adorable Camera

The Polaroid Cube is a delightful little camera that takes still shots and video. Like the name suggests, it's a tiny little cube just 35mm on a side.

How To Enable Experimental Google Now Cards [Root Needed]

[Heads up: to use this application you'll need root permissions on your phone or tablet. If you don't have them, you can stop reading here.

Microsoft cuts the price of the Xbox One in the UK to £329.99

Microsoft has quietly revealed a £20 price cut on the Xbox One in the UK, reducing its cost in that country down from £349.99 to £329.99, just a few weeks before the holiday shopping season begins.

Xiaomi Android Button Mi Key Integrates Chinese Taxi App Kuaidi

  Open Kuaidi App with a Single Button Click Mi Key, the Pressy-like programmable physical button for Android devices developed by Xiaomi, has integrated Kuaidi, one of the leading taxi apps in China, that the latter can be opened with one button click.

Tailgate Like a Champion!

Every weekday, our friends at Faveable compile a list of awesome gadgets and gear that men would love to discover.

Traxpay Raises $15M, Teams With MasterCard To Be The PayPal Of The B2B World

 Traxpay, a German startup that has created a platform for businesses in a supply chain to make payments to each other — think PayPal for the B2B world, or an Alipay of the Western world — is making two significant announcements today that point to the company’s growth and bigger ambitions to go global — specifically to grow in the U.S.

iPhone 6 undergoing final regulatory checks in China

The wait for an iPhone 6 in China may be coming to a close, as Chinese regulatory authorities have mentioned that the device is in final stages of review for approval.

Xbox One will make Chinese debut this month despite minor delay

Above: The Xbox One console. Image Credit: Microsoft Microsoft isn’t making China wait much longer for the Xbox One.

Google is spending $770 million on a new data centre in the Netherlands

Google has announced plans to build a new data centre in Europe, this time in Eemshaven, a seaport in the Netherlands.

Last-Minute Sports Ticket Sales App Gametime Raises $4 Million From Accel Partners

 Mobile app Gametime was designed entirely for that use case, helping even the laziest of slackers to buy last-minute tickets on their phones moments before it’s time to enter their local arena.

Branch Metrics grabs $3M to make mobile app referrals actually work in one click

Image Credit: Esther Vargas/Flickr We might be shifting to mobile and that might mean a lot of wonderful things, but mobile is still not as easy to organize as the Web is when it comes to linking.

Gametime raises $4M to make it easy to get mobile tickets for sports events

Above: Gametime CEO Brad Griffith Image Credit: Gametime Gametime has raised $4 million from Accel Partners and some prominent pro sports team investors so that it can crate a mobile platform so that you no longer have print tickets for sports events.