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Ready Steady Mental turns Google Cardboard into a stress reliever

Put on Google Cardboard and go crazy. In Ready Steady Mental, developer Submachine Factory encourages users to kick and scream all they want to earn points.

Acer Chromebase marks company’s entrance into all-in-one PC market

This is no April Fool’s joke from Acer as the company announced a new Acer Chromebase series of all-in-one computers to join their Chromebook and Chromebox lines.

OnePlus has already sold out of its brilliant April Fools joke

OnePlus on Wednesday announced a brand-new product that appeared to be just another April Fools prank from a tech company.

Apple reportedly asking content producers to supply their own streams for TV offering

Apple has requested that programming partners who will take part in the company’s upcoming television streaming service provide their own content streams, Re/Code reported today.

Samsung Galaxy S4 Lollipop Release Breakdown (April)

Samsung Galaxy S4 Lollipop Release Breakdown (April) is a post by Adam Mills from Gotta Be Mobile. The Samsung Galaxy S4 Lollipop update has been pushing out since late January and in the weeks since the update’s initial arrival, it has made solid progress in regions around the world.

Facebook Riff lets users create collaborative videos with friends

Facebook has launched an app for collaborative video creation with friends on the social network.

Clash of Clans maker Supercell tests a new game: Smash Land

EXCLUSIVE: Gaming execs: Join 180 select leaders from King, Glu, Rovio, Unity, Facebook, and more to plan your path to global domination in 2015. GamesBeat Summit is invite-only -- apply here. Ticket prices increase on April 3rd!

Acer announces Chromebase w/ touch screen, sends invites to April 23 event

Acer has today announced the latest addition to Google’s Chrome OS lineup with a new Chromebase all-in-one desktop with a touch screen.

Poll: Are you going to buy a Surface 3?

With new shinyness comes the question you then ask yourself: "should I get one?" In this case the new shinyness is the Surface 3 so that's what we're asking about.

Career Spotlight: What I Do as a TV News Assignment Editor

Producing the daily news is a challenge in any medium, and when you’re dealing with live television, the complications are endless.

Apple reportedly asking TV networks to handle cost and infrastructure for rumored streaming TV service

Apple is laying the the cost and responsibility of streaming infrastructure on TV networks participating in its upcoming subscription Internet TV service, according to industry executives quoted in a Wednesday report.

New August Smart Lock Promises To Replace Your Keys And Keys You’ve Given To Others

Smarter, connected homes are the wave fo the future. Lights that can be turned on with the push of a button from the couch using your smartphone, thermostats that turn on your central heating and cooling when you’re about to arrive so you can be greeted with the perfect temperature when you walk in the door, and of course, smart locks which you can unlock with your mobile device.

Apple Looking for TV Networks to Bear Streaming Costs for Upcoming TV Service

For its upcoming streaming TV service, Apple is asking its content partners to take on the job of streaming television shows and movies to its customers, reports Re/code.

Andy Serkis Confirms the Character He’ll Play in Avengers: Age of Ultron - Officially official.

In addition to providing motion capture work for the film, Andy Serkis will play a live action part in the Age of Ultron, and he’s finally officially revealed the character he’s playing who has ties to the future of Marvel’s cinematic universe.

Security conference effectively bans booth babes from its show floor

The issue of booth babes -- scantily clad people attempting to lure unsuspecting buyers towards second-rate products -- has once again reared its head within the industry.

Why You Really Should Be Playing ‘Life Is Strange’

Life is Strange is not only a game many are not playing, but a episodic game a great many people still know very little about.

Celebrate BlackBerry World's 6th birthday with some free apps!

BlackBerry World is officially six years old today having launched at 1:01AM EDT on April 1st, 2009 known then as BlackBerry App World.

Apple reportedly asking networks to handle streaming for rumored TV service

Apple is reportedly asking TV networks to handle the streaming portion of their rumored TV service. While Apple would, of course, build the software for the rumored service, they are apparently looking to the networks themselves to actually stream content.

The Glass Keyboard takes simplicity and efficiency to an elegant level

When you get to your home computer, everything is exactly as you want it to be. If you want there to be a gigantic mouse with more buttons than you’ll ever use or a keyboard split in half, you can do that.

Facebook Launches Riff, A Collaborative Video-Making App That Isn't An April Fools Joke

April 1st isn't the safest time to browse tech blogs on the web. One third of all of the posts that go up are likely a fake (this one, though, is entirely legitimate).