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Amazon trialling new unlimited ebook subscription service

According to GIGAOM, Amazon is testing a new ebook and audio subscription service. The service allows users unlimited access to over 600,000 titles for $9.99 a month. The website found a number of pages detailing the new Kindle Unlimited service, though they have since been removed. Several websites already allow users to rent ebooks for a set period of time, ...

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The Honda ASIMO robot receives another upgrade

Honda’s ASIMO robot has been around for longer than most would expect with its initial development beginning back in 1986. In its familiar looking astronaut form the robot has been around since 2000 and has received a number of improvements since then. Today the Japanese company launched the brand new model in Brussels, Belgium. This upgraded version features vast technological advancements ...

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Apple partners with IBM to create a new class of business apps

We’ve heard about some pretty crazy partnerships this year, but this is definitely the most unexpected one yet. If you would have said back in the 80s or 90s that Apple and IBM will one day be partners you would have probably been ridiculed by most people. Well, it seems that the two tech giants have finally put their past differences ...

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Windows Phone 8.1 coming to Lumia devices today

The latest update for Microsoft mobile operating system, Windows Phone 8.1 has begun to roll out today on Lumia devices. Launching alongside the brand new Lumia Cyan update, the operating system will begin arriving on the Nokia smartphones today. You can check when you are going to receive the update by visiting this site. Microsoft has confirmed though that it ...

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Oculus cancelling the orders of eBay resellers

Oculus VR are cancelling support for those re-selling the Oculus Rift headset on sites such as eBay. Speaking on the official developer forums for the device, a community manager revealed that selling the development kit was against their terms of use and that they would cancel shipments to those who are doing so. “”We found this guy’s order and cancelled ...

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Android 4.4.4

The Google Nexus 5 gets some price cuts

Thinking about picking up a Google Nexus 5? Well, now might be a good time. The phone was never extremely expensive to begin with, but the Google Nexus 5 just got cheaper on Ebay. If you want to pick one up, you can do so now for a measly $334.99 on the 16 GB Nexus 5, and $379.99 on the ...

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iPhone 5s best selling smartphone in 35 countries

Recently most of the Apple-related news revolved around the upcoming launch of the iPhone 6. It’s no secret that everybody is eagerly anticipating the release of the company’s latest flagship, but we shouldn’t forget about their current devices either. The iPhone 5s for example could be easily overlooked by many given that it was released about 9 months ago already. ...

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Sony confirms that Project Morpheus will feature PS Vita support

We’ve heard about the possible integration of the PS Vita with Project Morpheus earlier this year. Sony’s Simon Benson hinted back in May that the handheld gaming console will play a key role in the future of the virtual reality headset. Recently another member of the company confirmed that the PS Vita is already being used internally by the team. Ian Bickerstaff, ...

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Nvidia to launch their own streaming device

According to the BBC, Nvidia are preparing to launch their own gaming device. It is set to run the companies GeForce Experience system, which allows players to stream games directly through their PC. The new gaming machine will be able to boost its processing power on the road by linking up to a PC that has a more powerful graphics card ...

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