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Qualcomm confirms a 64-bit Snapdragon-powered smartphone for IFA - seems to be the HTC Desire 820

Qualcomm today informed the world that a “Snapdragon powered multi-core 64-bit smartphone” is going to be unveiled at IFA 2014.

Three things you didn’t know about the Kyocera Brigadier (Video)

Our own Michael Fisher proved last week that it is possible to scratch a synthetic sapphire display on a smartphone.

New Project: Crypto Currency Tracker

Use the Raspberry Pi and build a real-time tracker to display the values of your favorite digital currencies.

Hacking The Bottom Line

 Where is your data, and how quickly can you safely reach it? These questions are top of mind now that cloud and mobile apps like Dropbox, Google Apps, iCloud and mobile banking apps pervade our everyday lives at home and at work.

You Might Enjoy an Experience More the Longer You Have to Wait for It

Most people believe buying experiences instead of possessions will bring you more satisfaction in the long run.

Xbox Video updated for Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone, improves episode details page and more

Xbox Video for Windows Phone and Windows 8.1 has been updated. The update to Video on Windows 8.1 now includes more details about an episode, a fix for aspect ratio problems and more.

Project Wing: Google’s delivery-by-drone service

Amazon made headlines when the company announced last December that it was working on technology that would allow it to deliver packages by aerial drones.

Project Wing is Google X’s attempt at a drone-based delivery program

Earlier this year, Amazon unveiled its plans for using drones to deliver products to customers, and now Google has revealed that it is working on something similar.

Netflix reportedly paying $44M for exclusive rights to NBC’s ‘The Blacklist’

Image Credit: NBC Streaming video service Netflix has never been shy about spending money to acquire fresh TV content, but its latest licensing deal might be one of the company’s most expensive to date.

Rumor: Microsoft, Amazon, Yahoo And Others Reportedly Interested In CyanogenMod

CyanogenMod is easily one of the most popular ROMs out there, and it makes sense due to the longstanding nature of their existence.

Woz thinks wearables are "a hard sell", but has a solution for the iWatch

Steve Wozniak is like the spirit animal for the technology world. When he speaks, we listen, because whether we do or not, we always expect that he'll say something interesting or enlightening.

Cortana has new songs, but she can't sing them yet

It looks like Cortana is learning new songs. She has been able to sing for a while now, but asking her recently has resulted in new songs.

Google is testing delivery-by-drone too, say hello to Project Wing

Amazon is selling a phone and reportedly even getting into the online ad business, so of course Google is ready to compete with its still-in-testing Prime Air drone delivery service.

Shockingly, Chris Christie just lied in a press conference about Pando’s pension coverage

Earlier this year, we published a series of investigative reports by David Sirota, revealing violations of New Jersey’s rules around pension investments.

Teaser video suggests Dyson’s new robot vacuum cleaner may spy on you at all times

Dyson has published a short 25-second video teaser on YouTube that shows the company’s next product – or at least what that product is able to observe around it.

Lunchboxed Galaxy Note 4 possibly caught on video

The Galaxy Note 4 is nearly here. Samsung’s been teasing the hell out of its phablet for next week’s pre-IFA Unpacked event, and all that remains now is to get the details.

Verizon repackages the Motorola RAZR M as its $200 prepaid Luge

Verizon has quietly repackaged one of our favorite little smartphones as its latest prepaid offering.

Apple Blogger John Gruber Hints at NFC For iPhone 6

Following a report from Wired suggesting NFC-based mobile payments will be a "hallmark" feature of the iPhone 6 and a confirmation from Re/code, Apple blogger John Gruber has now thrown in his two cents, with a cryptic post hinting Apple is indeed planning on including NFC in the iPhone 6 as part of a new mobile payment solution.

Game-maker group scolds trolls over death threats and other harassment of developers

Above: Anita Sarkeesian accepts the Ambassador Award at the 2014 GDCAs Image Credit: Dennis Scimeca/GamesBeat One of the biggest groups for developers in the industry took a stand against the organized online harassment several game makers are facing, calling for “the entire game community to stand together against this abhorrent behavior.” The International Game Developers Association (IDGA) issued a statement condemning Internet haters for harassing game developers in several widely publicized incidents, including threats directed at critic Anita Sarkeesian that drove her from her home over safety fears.

Google's 'Project Wing' is a secret, drone-based delivery system

Google has been working on self-driving cars for some years now, but the company has just revealed that it is working on yet another ambitious and autonomous vehicle project.