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'Gears Of War 4': Watch How A Dropshot Headshot Can Get So Gory

The Coalition introduces the Dropshot. Players of 'Gears of War 4' will want to keep their heads on a swivel.

Video Games April 12, 2016

Galloping Ghost Arcade Restores Rare Beavis And Butt-Head Arcade Protoype

It's alive, thanks to some 3DO parts. The Galloping Ghost Arcade has revived a prototype of a 'Beavis and Butt-Head' arcade game.

Video Games April 11, 2016

Google Launches Android Studio 2.0: Here's What's New With The Android Device Emulator

About four months after its preview, Android Studio 2.0 is finally available. It's been overhauled to be faster and more efficient.

Apps/Software April 11, 2016

The Division, Salt And Sanctuary And Rocket League Top List Of PS Store March 2016 Best-Selling PS4 Games

'The Division' was the PS Store's best-selling PS4 game for the month of March. Meanwhile, gamers brushed up on the 'Uncharted' series on PS3.

Video Games April 10, 2016

Analyst Predicts Thinner Apple Watch 2 Unveiling At WWDC In June

The Apple Watch 2 may be up to 40 percent thinner than the original. Meanwhile, production of the iPhone 7 is expected to begin in July.

Wearable Tech April 10, 2016

Microsoft Rolls Out Windows 10 Anniversary Update Preview With Bash, Dark Theme, Cortana Cross-Device Feature And More

Microsoft gives Insiders a sample of the massive Windows 10 Anniversary Update. The update will bring a bevy of new features, improvements and function fixes.

Apps/Software April 9, 2016

AT&T Increases Activation And Upgrade Fees To $20 Per Smartphone

Like Verizon, AT&T is quietly introducing new fees for smartphone upgrades and activation. It's $20 or $45, depending on the type of activation.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 8, 2016

Game Boy Zero Is A Game Boy With A Raspberry Pi Zero Brain, And You Can Play Every Retro Game Imaginable

Someone has given an original Game Boy an SD card reader, extra buttons, an LCD display and a Raspberry Pi Zero. It's called the Game Boy Zero.

Video Games April 8, 2016

RIP 'Rock Band 4' For PC As Crowdfunding Fails To Meet Target: What Happens Now?

‘Rock Band 4’ won't get a PC port anytime soon. The port's crowdfunding campaign ran out of gas.

Video Games April 7, 2016

You Can Now Buy LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE At Verizon And AT&T: How Much You Need To Spend For This Smartwatch

The call-capable LG Watch Urbane 2 is now available at AT&T and Verizon. Their pricing of the smartwatch requires a bit of explaining, however.

Wearable Tech April 6, 2016

Quantum Break Review Roundup: What's Good And What Can Be Better

The reviewers appear to be split on 'Quantum Break.' Hopefully that split doesn't result in a rift in time.

Video Games April 6, 2016

Intel Starts Overhauling Management Ranks: 2 Top Execs Out

Two more Intel execs are about to leave the company. One is looking for greener pastures, while the other is going out to pasture.

Business April 5, 2016

Pebble's Latest Update Brings iOS Text Replies To Verizon iPhones

Verizon customers who have Pebble smartwatches can now send canned replies to messages from iOS users. They can also send voice notes and emoji.

Wearable Tech April 5, 2016

Amazon To Unveil Top Of The Line 8th Generation Kindle Next Week

Amazon is cooking up a new Kindle e-reader. The new e-ink tablet will kick off Kindle's 8th generation.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 5, 2016

Kingdom Hearts Unchained χ For iOS And Android Arrives In North America On April 7

A new 'Kingdom Hearts' game is set to arrive in the United States before 'Kingdom Hearts 3' and even 'Kingdom Hearts 2.8.' It's a mobile game and it's also prequel.

Video Games April 5, 2016

Oculus Rift Shipping Delays Due to Component Shortage: Apology, Refund And More

Oculus finally responds to customers worried over Rift shipments. The shipping delay and silence were due to a component shortage.

Wearable Tech April 4, 2016

Nintendo Fires Female Staffer Alison Rapp: What Is The Real Reason?

Nintendo fired one of its female spokesperson. It might have pulled the trigger, but it may not have loaded the gun and pointed it.

Video Games April 3, 2016

Game Of Phones: Did FBI Work With Cellebrite To Break iPhone's Encryption?

The FBI has found someone, other than Apple, to crack open the San Bernardino iPhone. Some anonymous sources are saying its long-time FBI collaborator Cellebrite, while others are saying another party came forward with a way past the phone's encryption.

Legal April 3, 2016

FBI Wants To Help Law Enforcement Authorities Unlock iPhone: 'We Are In This Together'

The FBI is considering showing local law enforcement agencies how it managed to get past the encryption on the San Bernardino iPhone. "We are in this together," the FBI says.

Legal April 3, 2016

CIA Accidentally Leaves Small, Black Package Of Explosive Materials On Virginia School Bus: The Big Question Is How

Leftover explosive material has been a reason for federal law enforcement officers to review and strengthen their training procedures. The explosive material was left inside of a school bus after the CIA and local law enforcement officers conducted K-9 training.

Society April 2, 2016

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