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Engadget - Google++YouSearchImagesMapsPlayYouTubeNewsGmailDriveCalendarMoreTranslateMobileBooksOffersWalletShoppingBloggerFinancePhotosVideosEven moreHidden fieldsAccount OptionsSign inProfileHomeProfilePeoplePhotosWhat's hotCommunitiesEventsHangouts On AirPagesLocalSettingsFeedbackHelp  ·  RegionNEW Privacy & Terms  ·  Maps Terms AboutPostsPhotosYouTubeProfileEngadgetVerified namewww.engadget.comEngadgetVerified nameAboutAboutPostsPostsPhotosPhotosYouTubeYouTubeMoreStreamEngadgetShared publicly  -  2013-10-22 #Tesla #Chrome Tesla Model S to get app support and Chrome by late 2014 (video)Read moreShow lessTesla Model S to get app support and Chrome by late 2014 (video)http://engt.co/17HUaob5085 commentslazl0wn3d .+010 Reply I wish I made enough money to have one of these. :(Read moreShow lessAdd a comment...EngadgetShared publicly  -  2013-10-22 #BBM #iOS #Android BBM for Android and iOS notches more than 10 million downloads in 24 hoursRead moreShow lessBBM for Android and iOS notches more than 10 million downloads in 24 hourshttp://engt.co/1aF6Ehc491143 commentsGM Hazeem+121 Reply well the interface is ok, BBM works fine I guessRead moreShow lessAdd a comment...EngadgetShared publicly  -  2013-10-22 #Android Aereo app finally arrives on +Android Read moreShow lessAereo app finally arrives on Androidhttp://engt.co/1dgshL7185Add a comment...EngadgetShared publicly  -  2013-10-22 Missed any of today's news from Apple? We've got you covered with our event roundup: http://engt.co/188FApgRead moreShow less36119 commentsKarim Sha+010 Reply Ever used win8 for more than 1-2 weeks to get used to it and then see?
people don't like to change pattern of behaviour - this is why they won't like win8 even before using it. especially win8.1 got even better.

still I am thinking so buy a macbook pro due to the fact that I can install win8 on it as well. its just that the hardware is brilliantRead moreShow lessAdd a comment...EngadgetShared publicly  -  2013-10-22 #Microsoft Stephen Elop says he's ready for change at Microsoft

http://engt.co/16r38ewRead moreShow less59322 commentsCorie Wright+010 Reply I look at it this way! Microsoft needs to fix Windows, there is no question about it. Either stick with the desktop UI or go straight with the Live Tiles! Second, do away with Windows RT unless it somehow has a shot at going after the Android Market, (very doubtful).

Third: Pick a CEO that is going to make the necessary changes to the company that are going to actually make a profit. Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 are a shot, but what about a Microsoft Surface Phone? Read moreShow lessAdd a comment...In their circles43 peopleSharif SakrAlexis SantosJames TrewHave them in circles 1,364,588 peopleEngadgetShared publicly  -  2013-10-22 #LG LG's G Flex curved phone makes a surprise debut in ArgentinaRead moreShow lessLG's G Flex curved phone makes a surprise debut in Argentinahttp://engt.co/17a9i1d211 commentJames Garofalo+010 Reply That's a bit of a screen size in the specs
16 inches?!? 

Pity there isn't any more pics. Looks intriguing. Read moreShow lessAdd a comment...EngadgetShared publicly  -  2013-10-22 #Sony +Sony CEO Kaz Hirai to kick off +International CES 2014 with opening keynote

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Engadget Web address engadget.com Commercial? Yes Type of site Weblog Registration Optional Available language(s) English, Chinese (traditional and simplified), Japanese, Spanish, German Owner AOL[1] Created by Peter Rojas Editor Marc Perton (interim) Launched March 2004 Alexa rank 504 (October 2013[update])[2] Current status Online

Engadget is a multilingual technology blog network with daily coverage of gadgets and consumer electronics. Though on appearance Engadget functions much like a blog and may be defined as such, much of its editorial content takes the form of an online magazine. Engadget currently operates a total of ten 'blogs'—four written in English and six international versions with independent editorial staff. Engadget frequently ranks among the top five in the "Technorati top 100"[3] and was noted in TIME for being one of the best blogs of 2010.[4]

Contents 1 History 2 Blogs 3 Podcast 4 App 5 Distro 6 Engadget Expand 7 The Engadget Show 8 Controversy 8.1 Trademark infringement 8.2 Apple delay hoax 8.3 Misattribution 8.4 T-Mobile "magenta" accusations 8.5 The Verge 9 Awards 10 Former Staff 11 References 12 External links History[edit]

Engadget was founded by former Gizmodo technology weblog editor and co-founder, Peter Rojas. Engadget is a member of Weblogs, Inc., a blog network with over 75 weblogs including Autoblog and Joystiq and formerly including Hack-A-Day. Weblogs Inc. was purchased by AOL in 2005.[5] Engadget's editor-in-chief, Ryan Block, announced on 22 July 2008, that he would be stepping down as editor-in-chief in late August, leaving the role to Joshua Topolsky. On 12 March 2011, Joshua Topolsky, along with most of the senior editorial staff, announced that he was leaving Engadget making Tim Stevens—profiled by Fortune on 31 May 2012[6] and deemed "the nicest guy in tech"—the editor-in-chief.[7] Overnight on 15 July 2013, AOL removed Tim Stevens as the editor-in-chief with reasons unclear whether his removal was voluntary or forced, but due to tweets early on on the morning of the 15th, Stevens suggested it was forced. AOL has placed gdgt's Marc Perton as the interim editor-in-chief, who will assume the Executive Editor title once a new editor-in-chief is found.[8]

Blogs[edit]

Engadget operates a number of blogs spanning seven different languages including English, Chinese (traditional and simplified), Japanese, Spanish, Polish (until 1 April 2010), Korean and German. The English edition of Engadget operates four blogs which, like the international editions, have been assimilated into a single site with a sub-domain prefix. These include Engadget Classic (the original Engadget blog), Engadget Mobile, Engadget HD and most recently Engadget Alt.

Launched in March 2004, Engadget is updated multiple times a day with articles on gadgets and consumer electronics. It also posts rumors about the technological world, frequently offers opinion within its stories, and produces the weekly Engadget Podcast that covers tech and gadget news stories that happened during the week.[5]

Since its founding, dozens of writers have written for or contributed to Engadget, Engadget Alt, Engadget Mobile and Engadget HD, including high profile bloggers, industry analysts, and professional journalists. These writers include Jason Calacanis, Paul Boutin, Phillip Torrone, Joshua Fruhlinger, Marc Perton and Susan Mernit. Darren Murph,[9] has worked on the site as Managing Editor and Editor-at-Large. He has written over 17,212 posts as of 5 October 2010.[10] Industry analyst Ross Rubin has contributed a weekly column called Switched On since October 2004.

Google Reader, as well as many other RSS readers, has included Engadget as a default RSS feed, pulling the latest articles which appear at the top of all user's mailboxes.

Engadget uses the Blogsmith CMS to publish its content.

Podcast[edit]

The Engadget podcast[11] was launched in October 2004 and was originally hosted by Phillip Torrone and Len Pryor. He was the host for the first 22 episodes of the podcast at which point Eric Rice took over. Eric Rice is known for his own podcast, called The Eric Rice Show and has also produced podcasts for Weblogs, Inc.. Eric hosted and produced 4 episodes of the podcast for Engadget until the show was taken over by Peter Rojas and Ryan Block. The podcast was hosted by Editor-in-chief Joshua Topolsky along with editors Paul Miller and Nilay Patel with occasional special guests until their 2011 departure. The podcast was produced by Trent Wolbe under Topolsky's editorship and continued to be under Tim Stevens until December 2012. As of December 2012, the podcast is produced by editor James Trew.[12]

The topic of discussion for the podcast is technology related and closely linked to events that have happened during the week in the world of technology. The show generally lasts an hour or more. The show is normally weekly, however the frequency can change, especially during special events. When events such as the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) occur, the podcast has been known to be broadcast daily.

The Engadget podcast is available as a subscription through iTunes, Zune Marketplace and as an RSS feed. Alternatively, it can be downloaded directly from the site in either MP3, Ogg, AAC or m4b format. The m4b version features images related to the current topic of discussion and can be displayed in iTunes or on a compatible player.

Engadget has started doing live podcasts, usually broadcasting Thursday or Friday afternoons on Ustream. The recorded podcast is usually available the day after. Engadget also hosts weekly Mobile[13] and HD-focused[14] podcasts, with the former typically featuring Myriam Joire[15] and Brad Molen,[16] and the latter is generally hosted by Ben Drawbaugh[17] and Richard Lawler.[18]

App[edit]

On 30 December 2009, Engadget released its first mobile app for the iPhone and iPod Touch.[19][20] Engadget then released an Engadget app for the Palm Pre and Palm Pixi phones on 1 January 2010 claiming it was the "1000th application in the "webOS" Catalog".[21] A week later, on 8 January 2010 they launched the app on the BlackBerry platform. An app for Android devices was released on 25 March 2010[22] and the app for Windows Phone was released on 1 July 2011,[23] making the app available on all major mobile smartphone platforms. On 15 December 2010,[24] Engadget debuted its official iPad app, while Engadget updated its Android app to support Honeycomb (and in turn, Android tablets) on 28 July 2011.[25] The app's features included sharing articles through Twitter, Facebook or email, the ability to tip Engadget on breaking news, and the ability to bookmark and view articles offline.

Distro[edit]

Engadget Distro[26] is a tablet magazine from the editors at Engadget that has been published on a weekly basis since its inception, although Special Issues[27] have appeared at times and multiple issues per week are published[28] during the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The magazine was born from Tim Stevens' desire to provide a different, distilled look at a week's worth of Engadget news, and to enable readers to enjoy that coverage without the frantic nature of the online experience being necessarily attached. The magazine was announced on 20 September 2011[29] and teased on that night's episode of The Engadget Show in New York City. It became available to the public on 12 October 2011,[30] with the initial issues being available for Apple's iPad. On 21 December 2011,[31] Distro officially moved into the Newsstand app within Apple's iOS ecosystem while also becoming available for the first time on Android tablets. Each issue is also made available in PDF form.

While Distro began as a way to see a week's worth of Engadget news distilled down into a single magazine, it has since evolved into a platform where high-profile features and long form content are launched. Brian Heater's profile of Apple's third founder, Ron Wayne, was the cover story for Issue 18,[32] while Issue 69[33] featured an in-depth look at PayPal coupled with an interview with its president, David Marcus.

Engadget Expand[edit]

On 11 December 2012,[34] Engadget announced Expand, a "live event and expo for gadget fans." This marks Engadget's first major foray into the conference world, following several years of sporadic meetups at smaller venues in New York City and San Francisco. Engadget alum Barb Dybwad[35] was brought on to help launch the event. The inaugural event will be held 16–17 March 2013 at the Fort Mason Center in San Francisco, and it will feature "live panel and one-on-one sessions" as well as an Insert Coin: New Challengers competition where hardware startups can compete for exposure and other prizes. Nearly 2,000 people attended the first Expand,[36] and exhibitors / panelists included Google, Microsoft, Toyota, Kickstarter, Indiegogo, Lenovo, Microsoft, Oculus Rift, Razer, Boston Dynamics, NASA, Samsung, DJ Spooky, Esko Bionics, ZBoard and OUYA.

Tickets at the door are "$60 for a full pass, $40 for Saturday (includes the after-party) and $30 for just Sunday."[37]

As the inaugural Expand closed,[38] Editor-in-chief Tim Stevens announced that a second Expand conference would occur in Q4 2013 in New York City. Engadget is planning to make Expand a bi-annual event, with one on the East Coast and the other on the West Coast of the U.S.

The Engadget Show[edit] See also: List of The Engadget Show episodes The station identification logo first used on 'The Engadget Show' on 1 June 2011 The original station identification logo used on 'The Engadget Show'

On 8 September 2009, Joshua Topolsky announced that Engadget would be taping a new video show once a month in New York City. The show will be free admission and will later be put onto the site. It features one-on-one interviews, roundtable discussions, short video segments, and live music. At first it was taped at the Tishman Auditorium at Parsons The New School for Design, but after the 5th show they began taping at The Times Center, part of The New York Times Building.

The show was originally hosted by Joshua Topolsky along with editors Paul Miller and Nilay Patel. After their departure from Engadget and AOL in early 2011 newly appoined editor in chief Tim Stevens became the show's host. It is directed by Michelle Stahl and is executive produced by Joshua Fruhlinger and Michael Rubens.

The first episode was taped at Parsons The New School for Design on 13 September 2009,[39] and featured guest Jon Rubinstein, CEO of Palm, Inc. The second episode's guest was Microsoft's CEO Steve Ballmer and was taped live on 22 October 2009 at the Times Center.

Episode three featured HTC's Drew Bamford, Joystiq's Chris Grant and was taped live on 22 November 2010 at Parsons The New School for Design. The fourth episode taped live at Parsons The New School for Design on December 20, 2009, featured guest Peter Rojas. Episode five taped live at the Times Center on January 16, 2010 and featured Erick Tseng, a former Senior Project Manager for Google (now employed by Facebook.) The sixth episode was filmed live on 27 February 2010 at the Times Center and featured guest Avner Ronen, CEO of Boxee.

Episode seven featured Nicholas Negroponte of the MIT Media Lab and was taped live at the Times Center on March, 20th 2010. The eighth episode was filmed live at the Times Center on April 21, 2010 and featured guests Ryan Block of GDGT and Dr. Dennis Hong, a mechanical engineer who specializes in robotics. Episode nine featured guest Kevin Lynch, Adobe Systems CTO and was filmed live at the Times Center on May 22, 2010. The 10th episode was filmed on 23 June 2010 and featured Jimmy Fallon and was taped live at Cooper Union in New York City.

The 11th episode was filmed live at the Times Center on August 4, 2010 and featured game designer Peter Molyneux. Episode 12 was filmed on 27 August live at the Times Center and featured guest Omar Khan, CSO of Samsung. The 13th episode featured guest Bobby Braun of NASA and taped live at the Times Center on September 14, 2010. Episode 14 was taped live on 23 October 2010 at the Times Center and featured guest Aaron Woodman of Microsoft.

The show's end is always marked by audience prize give-aways and Chiptune music with visuals from a variety of different artists.

Controversy[edit] Trademark infringement[edit]

In early 2006, Engadget reported that they were victims of their likeness being stolen and used as a store name at a mall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. However, they stated they would not be taking any action.[40] The store has since changed its name (or possibly shutdown and a new store opened with a new name). In July 2007, another store had opened, also in Malaysia, with a logo bearing the same resemblance to Engadget's.[41]

Apple delay hoax[edit]

In May 2007, Engadget published a story based on an email sent to Apple employees announcing that the company was delaying the launches of both the iPhone and Mac OS X Leopard.[42] After the story ran, Apple's share price dropped 3%.[43][44] Less than 20 minutes later the story was retracted after the email was discovered to have been a hoax perpetrated on Apple employees. Apple's shares eventually recovered and Ryan Block apologized for the mistake.[5]

Misattribution[edit]

In March 2006, DAPreview, a website about digital audio players, noted that Engadget used a photo that had originally been taken by DAPreview, and then removed attribution by cropping the DAPreview logo off.[45] Engadget's managing editor Ryan Block agreed that the photo had been copied and cropped, stated that it had been a mistake, and apologized and restored the image's attribution.[46]

T-Mobile "magenta" accusations[edit]

On 31 March 2008, Engadget reported that Deutsche Telekom (the parent company of T-Mobile and T-Mobile USA) had sent a letter requesting that Engadget cease using the color magenta in its Engadget Mobile site, claiming that T-Mobile had trademarked the color.[47] Engadget issued a response on 1 April, mainly by repainting the Engadget sites and changing the Mobile logo for the day to a logo that looks as though it is saying "Engadge t-mobile".[48] The site has since returned to normal format, with the exception of the highlighting color.

The Verge[edit]

In early 2011, eight of the more prominent editorial and technology staff members left AOL to build a new gadget site with CEO Jim Bankoff at SB Nation.[49] On leaving, Joshua Topolsky, former Editor-in-chief, is quoted having said, “We have been working on blogging technology that was developed in 2003, we haven’t made a hire since I started running the site, and I thought we could be more successful elsewhere”.

It appears the departure of the team from AOL which includes not only Topolsky but editors Nilay Patel, Paul Miller, Joanna Stern, Ross Miller, Chris Ziegler, Chad Mumm, Justin Glow, Dan Chilton, Thomas Ricker and Vladislav Savov was primarily the cause of an internal memo distributed by AOL detailing "The AOL Way", a 58-page long company plan to turn AOL into a media empire. Some employees suggested that AOL was destroying journalism for page views and that it would be difficult for the organisation to apply a 'one size fits all' business model to a business primarily made up of acquisitions with diverging outlooks.[50]

Paul Miller makes a mention of this on his blog where he writes "I'd love to be able to keep doing this forever, but unfortunately Engadget is owned by AOL, and AOL has proved an unwilling partner in this site's evolution. It doesn't take a veteran of the publishing world to realize that AOL has its heart in the wrong place with content. As detailed in the 'AOL Way,' and borne out in personal experience, AOL sees content as a commodity it can sell ads against".[51] The group set up a "placeholder site", This Is My Next, while they developed a new technology news site in partnership with Vox Media. The new site, called The Verge, was launched in 1 November 2011.

Awards[edit]

Engadget has been nominated for numerous awards, including a 2004 Bloggie for Best Technology Weblog, and 2005 Bloggies for Best Computers or Technology Weblog and Best Group Weblog; Engadget won Best Tech Blog in the 2004 and 2005 Weblog Awards.

The Engadget Show won the 2011 People's Voice Webby Award in Consumer Electronics,[52] while also winning the official Webby in Consumer Electronics (voted on by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences).[53]

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Galaxy Gear compatibility comes to the Samsung Galaxy S4, S3, Note 2 and more  Mobile

If you wanted live out your Inspector Gadget fantasies, but lacked the Galaxy Note 3 needed to take full advantage of the possibilities, we've got good news. Samsung's bringing compatibility for its Galaxy Gear to the previously-mentioned Galaxy S4 as well as the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II through an Android 4.3 update. While those are the big ones, the wearable will soon hook up to a whole swathe of Samsung devices (Galaxy S4 Mini, S4 Active, Mega 5.8, Mega 6.3, and Galaxy S4 Zoom) in an update arriving at the end of October. Naturally, the typical proviso for different release dates in different countries remains, but those flagship devices mentioned earlier will get the earliest access -- and will also be able to make and answer calls with the Gear, like a real inspector.

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By Mat Smith posted Oct 23rd 2013 1:20AM 0

HTC reportedly scales back production after slump in smartphone sales (update: HTC says it hasn't)  Mobile

According to multiple reports, HTC has paused production on roughly a fifth of its total capacity and has been looking to outsource to contract manufacturers to save money. (Update: The company tells Engadget that it hasn't shut down any of its manufacturing lines) Reuters says that it has seen parts of HTC's factories closed up, and reports that cash flow pressures have forced the smartphone maker to make serious changes -- the company reported its first net loss back in October, a total of $101.2 million. HTC's Chief Marketing Officer Ben Ho told the news service that, "Like any manufacturer, we do volume planning to optimize our lines, our manufacturing and production facilities." At the same time, the WSJ reports that HTC has apparently met with several manufacturers with a view to moving production away from in-house. If there's any positive angle here, perhaps it's all part of HTC's grand plan to ready itself for those new wearables and tablets it's apparently planning.

Update: HTC's followed up on its CMO's comments, adding that it has no plans to sell off any of its production assets:

"HTC is not shutting down nor does it have plans to sell any of its factory assets. HTC has a very strong balance sheet and will provide the latest financials in our upcoming earnings call to investors and the broader community."

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By Richard Lawler posted Oct 23rd 2013 12:46AM 0

LG's G Flex curved phone makes a surprise debut in Argentina  Mobile

We got our first clear look at LG's curved G Flex smartphone in press shots just a few days ago, and now the device itself has popped up. The Verge points out tech journalist Frederico Ini of Telefe Noticias, a news program based in Argentina, has apparently obtained a prototype and brought it in to the studio for some hands-on pics and video. Curved from the bottom to the top (like the Galaxy Nexus) instead of side to side like Samsung's Galaxy Round, it also features rear mounted buttons just like LG's current flagship the G2. We've heard that the G Flex will feature a 6-inch OLED display when it's announced next month, although other details remain unknown.

[Image credit: Frederico Ini]

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By Mariella Moon posted Oct 22nd 2013 10:43PM 0

BBM for Android and iOS notches more than 10 million downloads in 24 hours  Mobile

By the looks of BlackBerry's stats, millions were not only unfazed by BBM's launch hiccup on Android and iOS, but were also excited to get the app. The company formerly known as RIM says that BBM has been downloaded more than 10 million times within 24 hours since its release on the platforms. Unfortunately, that doesn't mean there are now 10 million devices out there sending and receiving BlackBerry-flavored messages: a boatload of people, including this editor, are still waiting for activation emails before they can even take it for a spin. BBM Video, Voice and Channels haven't made it to the application just yet, but they -- along with other features -- are still on the roadmap. Here's hoping the company's servers can continue handling the onslaught of users.

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By Alexis Santos posted Oct 22nd 2013 8:39PM 0

Aereo app finally arrives on Android  HD

It's taken a while for Aereo's Android app to see the light of day, but it's finally hit Google Play today as promised. Subscribers to the service will now be able to watch live TV streamed to handsets and tablets running Android 4.2 or higher -- provided they live in one of the company's markets, of course. The software is currently in beta, so don't expect a bug-free experience. If your love of television outweighs your fear of software testing, hit the link below to grab the application.

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By Jon Fingas posted Oct 22nd 2013 7:22PM 0

LG unveils the Fireweb, its first Firefox OS smartphone (video)  Mobile

So far, Firefox OS has been limited to ultra-basic smartphones like the ZTE Open. LG is expanding the platform's reach today by releasing its inaugural Mozilla-powered handset, the Fireweb. The 4-inch device is still designed for newcomers between its 480 x 320 display, 1GHz Qualcomm processor and 4GB of expandable storage. However, its 5-megapixel camera is a big improvement over shooters in preceding phones -- this is the first Firefox OS phone with both autofocusing and an LED flash. Appropriately, LG is pricing the Fireweb above its simpler counterparts. Vivo Brazil is selling the Fireweb today for $449 BRL ($207 US) to pay-as-you-go customers, or $129 BRL ($59 US) to regular subscribers. It's now more expensive than LG's cheapest Android device, the $399 BRL ($184) Optimus L3 II. Hop past the break for both a video demo of the Fireweb and details of a Firefox OS market expansion that now includes Brazil, Mexico, Peru and Uruguay.

Update: We've tweaked the post to reflect that the handset has 4GB of storage, not 2GB as previously noted.

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Source: Mozilla Blog, Vivo (translated), Telefonica

By Michael Gorman posted Oct 22nd 2013 7:01PM 0

Evernote iOS app adds Places feature, lets Premium users edit their home screen  Mobile

Last month, Evernote rolled out a revamped Skitch app, giving it a fresh coat of paint to fit in with iOS 7. Today, the main Evernote app for iPhones and iPads has gotten similar aesthetic treatment, and added a couple of new features to boot. First up is the Places feature for both free and paid users, which shows you the locations of any geo-tagged notes and photos on a map, and also makes those notes searchable by location. Next, Premium Evernoters will now have the option to customize their home screen -- meaning you can change the order of your buttons or remove those you never use. Naturally, the update also brings some general performance improvements and bug fixes as well, so head on over to the source to see for yourself all the new app has to offer.

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By Sarah Silbert posted Oct 22nd 2013 6:39PM 0

Instapaper for Android updated with new design, keyword search and InstaRank sorting  Mobile

Since Betaworks purchased Instapaper earlier this year, a design update has made its way to the iOS and web versions of the app. Today, that refresh is hitting the save-now-read-later utility on Android. In addition to an overhauled interface, the update brings search (via in-app purchase) for scanning items in your Instapaper account for a particular keyword. Also new is InstaRank, which orders your list by article length, date, popularity and other factors. Rounding out the list are a shuffle button for pulling up a random article from your queue, and a built-in browser for previewing links within the app. Check out the link below to nab the download from Google Play.

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By Richard Lai posted Oct 22nd 2013 6:10PM 0

Stephen Elop says he's ready for change at Microsoft  Mobile

All eyes are on Stephen Elop. Just hours ago, he introduced Nokia's first Windows tablet; he's also overseeing his division's integration into Microsoft; and Redmond is even considering him as its next CEO. During our interview today, Elop understandably couldn't comment on the prospect of taking Steve Ballmer's place, but he did say he's ready to take up the challenge of bringing the two giants together, no matter what.

"I'm looking forward to being a part of driving that change within the company in whatever capacity," Elop said.

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By Joseph Volpe posted Oct 22nd 2013 6:01PM 0

Moto X camera fix finally rolling out to Verizon variants  Mobile

You don't have to keep hanging on, Verizon subscribers: that critical Moto X camera fix is rolling out now. Though we've yet to see it on our own handset, Phandroid is reporting that Motorola's over-the-air update has finally passed Verizon's rigorous testing and should be hitting all handsets soon. The update includes a slew of tweaks to refine the accuracy of features like Touchless Controls and Motorola Assist's text-to-speech. But the main improvement most are anticipating concerns the camera. As a refresher, the update (which has already hit T-mobile, Sprint and AT&T variants) should see users enjoying faster focus times, more balanced color representation and better exposure for outdoor shooting. And with that, we can finally put the Moto X's camera foibles to rest.

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By Donald Melanson posted Oct 22nd 2013 3:20PM 0

Apple releases iOS 7.0.3 update with iCloud Keychain support, bug fixes aplenty  Mobile

Turns out it's not just Macs getting an OS update today. Apple has now also released version 7.0.3 of iOS -- a decidedly less major upgrade, but one that will no doubt be welcome to anyone having technical issues since updating to iOS 7. It's not all bug fixes, though. The update also brings with it support for iCloud Keychain to let you share passwords and credit card info across your various devices, along with a new password generator for Safari that will help you choose more secure passwords. You can find a rundown of all the promised fixes at the link below.

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By Brian Heater posted Oct 22nd 2013 12:30PM 0

Apple's 'a lot to cover' liveblog!  HD

It's just over a month since Apple threw its big iPhone 5s/5c event over in Cupertino, but the company's already back with more to discuss -- or "cover," as it were. New iPads? A refreshed Apple TV? More Maverick goodness? Your guess is as good as ours. Thankfully, we don't have to wait that much longer to find out!

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Speaking at today's launch event in San Francisco, Phil Schiller announced the next iteration of the company's tablet. It's thinner, lighter and more powerful -- hence the new name: the iPad Air. (No more of that "new iPad" nonsense.) And Cupertino takes that moniker seriously; this slate weighs just one pound (down from the fourth-gen model's 1.4 pounds). It also boasts a 43-percent thinner bezel and a 20-percent thinner profile; it's just 7.5mm thick this time around.

As expected, the new iPad Air sports a 9.7-inch Retina display. 64-bit architecture is on board with more than 1 billion transistors, and there's an A7 processor under the hood along with an M7 motion chip. Schiller says this guy is eight times faster than the first-gen iPad (we'd hope, to be honest -- that was three years ago!), and graphics are 72 times faster. Thanks to MIMO, you should enjoy faster WiFi, and look for expanded LTE support from international carriers as well.

The 5-megapixel iSight camera is capable of shooting 1080p video, and the FaceTime camera on the front includes "larger pixels" and a backside-illuminated sensor for better image quality. Additionally, the iPad Air sports dual mics. As far as battery life goes, expect about 10 hours. Finally, as many have been quick to point out, the iPad Air does not include the Touch ID fingerprint sensor that debuted on the iPhone 5s. That feature was met with plenty of backlash; it's unclear if this is why Cupertino opted to leave it out.

The Air will ship on November 1st to several countries, including the US, UK, China and Japan. Notably, this is the first time China will get the iPad on launch day. When the tablet is available, you'll have your choice of silver, white, grey and black color options. Of course, the Air isn't the only new iPad shown on-stage today; Apple also introduced the iPad mini with retina display. Stay tuned -- we'll be back with hands-on impressions shortly! iPad Air See all photos

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SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apple® today announced iPad Air™, the latest generation of its category defining device, featuring a stunning 9.7-inch Retina® display in a new thinner and lighter design. Precision-engineered to weigh just one pound, iPad Air is 20 percent thinner and 28 percent lighter than the fourth generation iPad®, and with a narrower bezel the borders of iPad Air are dramatically thinner-making content even more immersive. Apple today also announced iPad mini with Retina display, bringing all the pixels from the 9.7-inch iPad to its 7.9-inch screen, delivering razor sharp text and detail in the same amazingly thin and light design. The new iPads feature the powerful and power-efficient Apple-designed A7 chip with 64-bit desktop-class architecture, ultrafast wireless with faster built-in Wi-Fi and expanded LTE cellular connectivity, and the newly-designed iOS 7 featuring hundreds of great new features.

"iPad Air with its 9.7-inch Retina display weighs just one pound and packs the incredible performance of iOS 7 running on a 64-bit desktop-class Apple A7 chip, and delivers all-day battery life in the lightest full-sized tablet in the world."

"iPad created an entirely new mobile computing experience, and the new iPad Air is another big leap ahead. It is so thin, light and powerful, once you hold one in your hand you will understand what a tremendous advancement this is," said Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing. "iPad Air with its 9.7-inch Retina display weighs just one pound and packs the incredible performance of iOS 7 running on a 64-bit desktop-class Apple A7 chip, and delivers all-day battery life in the lightest full-sized tablet in the world."

Precision-engineered to weigh just one pound, iPad Air is 20 percent thinner and 28 percent lighter than the fourth generation iPad, and with a 43 percent narrower bezel the borders of iPad Air are dramatically thinner. iPad Air's Retina display makes web pages, text, images and video look incredibly sharp and realistic, and the new power-efficient A7 chip allows the battery to be even smaller, helping reduce the overall volume by 24 percent from the previous generation while doubling its performance and maintaining its up to 10-hour battery life.1

The new iPad mini with Retina display packs all the 3.1 million pixels (2048-by-1536 resolution) of iPad Air into its 7.9-inch Multi-Touch™ display, for a pixel density of 326 pixels per inch. The 7.9-inch Retina display of iPad mini is 35 percent larger than screens on 7-inch tablets, and is the only small tablet to deliver the full iPad experience, now with razor sharp Retina quality. Images are crisp, text is crystal clear, movies play at full 1080p HD-resolution and the 475,000 apps designed specifically for iPad work automatically.

The A7 chip in iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display offers 64-bit desktop-class architecture, advanced graphics and improved image signal processing from previous generations. With up to twice the CPU and graphics performance on iPad Air, and up to four times the CPU and eight times the graphics performance on iPad mini with Retina display, almost everything you do is faster and better than ever, from launching apps and editing photos to playing graphic-intensive games-all while delivering all-day battery life. The A7 chip's 64-bit architecture and support for OpenGL ES version 3.0 unlocks game console-like visual effects. The new iPads also feature the M7 motion coprocessor that gathers data from the accelerometer, gyroscope and compass to offload work from the A7 for improved power efficiency.

Both new iPads feature two antennas to support Multiple-In-Multiple-Out (MIMO) technology, bringing twice the Wi-Fi performance to iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display at a blazingly fast data rate up to 300 Mbps.2 Cellular models also come with expanded LTE coverage to accommodate even more LTE networks worldwide, while continuing to deliver comprehensive support for other fast cellular technology around the world (DC-HSDPA, HSPA+), all in a single model.3

iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display now have a next generation FaceTime® HD camera with improved backside illumination sensors featuring larger pixels for better low-light performance. The iSight® camera with 5MP sensor and advanced optics, combined with iOS 7 and the image signal processing of A7, further improves still image and video capture on iPad bringing faster auto-focus, up to three times video zoom, five times still zoom, better dynamic range and automatic image and video stabilization.

The new iPads come with iOS 7, featuring a stunning new user interface, completely redesigned with an elegant color palette, distinct, functional layers and subtle motion that make it feel more alive. iOS 7 has hundreds of great new features, including Control Center, Notification Center, improved Multitasking, AirDrop®, enhanced Photos, Safari®, Siri® and introduces iTunes Radio℠, a free Internet radio service based on the music you listen to on iTunes®.4

iPad customers have access to the revolutionary App Store℠, which now offers more than one million apps to iPhone®, iPad and iPod touch® users in 155 countries around the world, and more than 475,000 apps are designed specifically for iPad. More than 60 billion apps have been downloaded from the App Store, which offers customers an incredible range of apps in 24 categories, including newspapers and magazines in Newsstand, games and entertainment, kids, education, business, news, sports, health and fitness and travel.

The iLife® suite of creative apps, including iPhoto®, iMovie® and GarageBand®, and the iWork® suite of productivity apps, including Pages®, Numbers® and Keynote® are essential to the Apple experience and are now free with every new iOS device running iOS 7, and are also available as free updates for existing users, so more iPad users now have access to these great apps. All apps have been redesigned to match the look and feel of iOS 7, have been optimized to support 64-bit technology and include hundreds of new features.

Pricing & Availability

iPad Air with Wi-Fi models will be available in silver or space gray starting on Friday, November 1, for a suggested retail price of $499 (US) for the 16GB model, $599 (US) for the 32GB model, $699 (US) for the 64GB model and $799 (US) for the 128GB model. iPad Air with Wi-Fi + Cellular will be available starting on Friday, November 1 for a suggested retail price of $629 (US) for the 16GB model, $729 (US) for the 32GB model, $829 (US) for the 64GB model and $929 (US) for the 128GB model. iPad 2 is available at $399 (US) for the 16GB Wi-Fi model and $529 (US) for the 16GB Wi-Fi + 3G model for either AT&T or Verizon.

iPad mini with Retina display will be available later in November in silver or space gray. iPad mini with Retina display Wi-Fi models will be available for a suggested retail price of $399 (US) for the 16GB model, $499 (US) for the 32GB model, $599 (US) for the 64GB model and $699 (US) for the 128GB model. iPad mini with Retina display Wi-Fi + Cellular models will be available for a suggested retail price of $529 (US) for the 16GB model, $629 (US) for the 32GB model, $729 (US) for the 64GB model and $829 (US) for the 128GB model. Additionally, the original iPad mini is now offered at a more affordable price of $299 (US) for the 16GB Wi-Fi model and $429 (US) for the 16GB Wi-Fi + Cellular model for either AT&T, Sprint or Verizon.

New custom-designed polyurethane Smart Covers for iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display will be available for $39 (US) in a range of vibrant colors, including blue, green, pink, yellow, black and (RED). iPad Air Smart Cases and iPad mini Smart Cases are completely redesigned in a beautiful aniline-dyed leather available in six rich colors, including yellow, beige, blue, brown, black and (RED) for a suggested retail price of $79 (US) for iPad Air and $69 (US) for iPad mini. Smart Covers and Smart Cases are available through the Apple Online Store (www.apple.com), Apple's retail stores and select Authorized Apple Resellers.

iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display will be sold through the Apple Online Store (www.apple.com), Apple's retail stores and through AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless and select Apple Authorized Resellers. Starting on November 1, iPad Air will be available in the US, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, China (Wi-Fi models only), Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macao (Wi-Fi models only), Macedonia, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK. At Apple retail stores in these countries, iPad Air will be available beginning at 8 a.m. local time on Friday, November 1.

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By Steve Dent posted Oct 23rd 2013 6:25AM 0

Remember how there was an LTE-A-equipped Samsung Galaxy S 4 with a juicy Snapdragon 800 CPU for South Korea and a lesser Exynos 5 or Snapdragon 600 version for everywhere else? Well, it looks like the more desirable former variant is about to migrate to Europe, judging by a GT-I9506 product page on Samsung's German site. That CPU would put the six month-old handset on par with Samsung's new Galaxy Note 3 flagship, along with the latest models from Nokia, LG and others. At the moment there's no European countries that actually support the 150Mbps LTE-A speeds, though Sweden has been testing it. Still, if you need feel the need to future-proof all your gadget buys, don't be surprised to see the model in stores around Europe soon.

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UK carriers will be forced to let customers ditch mobile contracts if they raise prices

By James Trew posted Oct 23rd 2013 5:48AM 0

No one likes a price hike, especially mid-contract. Neither does UK regulator Ofcom it seems, which is setting out new policy clarification for mobile, broadband and landline suppliers. The guidance is to prevent different "interpretations" of existing policy, and will ensure customers can leave their contracts -- without penalty -- if prices are raised during a their contract. No one can argue that's not good for consumers, but it won't come into place for three months, and only applies to contracts taken out after that. It also doesn't apply to other general changes in terms and conditions, or when price goes up due to other factors (exceeding a data bundle etc). Still, come the new year, signing on that dotted line should give folk in the UK a little less anxiety.

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By Mariella Moon posted Oct 23rd 2013 5:27AM 0

You'll likely need a new keyboard case to go with that iPad Air, and Belkin's just revealed some of the very first options. The Qode Ultimate Keyboard Case leads the brand's parade of new accessories, and sports a black or silver aluminum body and an impressive 264 hours of active battery life for $130. If shelling out that cash after buying an iPad Air is hard to swallow, cast your eyes upon the Qode ThinType Keyboard Case. Spending $30 nets you just 79 hours of active use, but still preserves an aluminum build. Meanwhile, if you'd rather get something less business-like and more whimsical, the $80 Qode Slim Style keyboard case (in black, red, topaz, purple and delicious-sounding sorbet) is likely more your style. These three, along with Belkin's stands and keyboardless cases for Apple's newest slate, will be available starting November. For now, a closer look at each of them awaits in the videos after the break.

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Apple gives trio of apps iOS 7 makeovers, Podcasts nabs background downloads  Mobile

By Timothy J. Seppala posted Oct 23rd 2013 4:43AM 0

iOS 7 has a slew of new features, but perhaps its most convenient is that it allows applications to pull data from the cloud in the background -- and now one of Apple's most derided apps is getting some of that love. In its latest incarnation, the Podcasts app can grab new episodes of your favorite talk shows automatically, and there's a setting governing how often it checks for new episodes, so your data cap and battery should be safe. Among other tweaks to the app, iCloud will now sync play positions, stations and subscriptions with iTunes and Apple TV. What's more, Cupertino has made cosmetic changes to Podcasts as well as Find My iPhone and iTunes Trailers that match its redesigned mobile OS. If you want a glimpse of how this trio looks in flatter duds, check out the source links below.

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3DS XL gets more colorful in Japan, orange and turquoise are the new black

By Timothy J. Seppala posted Oct 23rd 2013 4:10AM 0

Given how many 3DS XL liveries Nintendo has teased of late, collectors are liable to go broke trying to catch 'em all. Fresh out of Japan is yet another pair of the gaming giant's extra large -- or LL -- handhelds , except this time they're sporting orange and black (just in time for autumn!) and turquoise and black color schemes instead of game-specific branding. Come November 28th, you'll have the privilege of dropping 19,900 yen ($204) for a bundle that includes a 4GB memory card, carrying pouch and the previously a la carte AC adapter. Sure, last year's bundles may have let you hunt monsters, but these new models are cheaper even after subtracting the price of a free game. Who said Nintendo never gave you anything?

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Galaxy Gear compatibility comes to the Samsung Galaxy S4, S3, Note 2 and more  Mobile

By Mat Smith posted Oct 23rd 2013 3:10AM 0

If you wanted live out your Inspector Gadget fantasies, but lacked the Galaxy Note 3 needed to take full advantage of the possibilities, we've got good news. Samsung's bringing compatibility for its Galaxy Gear to the previously-mentioned Galaxy S4 as well as the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II through an Android 4.3 update. While those are the big ones, the wearable will soon hook up to a whole swathe of Samsung devices (Galaxy S4 Mini, S4 Active, Mega 5.8, Mega 6.3, and Galaxy S4 Zoom) in an update arriving at the end of October. Naturally, the typical proviso for different release dates in different countries remains, but those flagship devices mentioned earlier will get the earliest access -- and will also be able to make and answer calls with the Gear, like a real inspector. Samsung Galaxy Gear review

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PBS programming comes to the Xbox 360  HD

By Ben Drawbaugh posted Oct 23rd 2013 2:57AM 0

If you aren't watching anything from PBS, you're missing out and now you have one less reason to ignore America's Public Broadcasting Service. Starting today, both local and national PBS programming is coming to the Xbox 360 -- if you have an active subscription to Xbox Live Gold. This includes both new and archive, full-episodes of shows like Frontline, Nova, American Experience and of course Downton Abbey -- the classic Triumph of the Nerds, isn't available, however. In addition to the full-length episodes, there are also clips from popular shows and web-original video from PBS Digital Studios. So if you missed League of Denial: The NFL's Concussion Crisis on Frontline a few weeks back, quit playing Madden 25 for a bit and learn why playing Xbox is safer than playing football.

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Samsung acquires 7.4 percent of Gorilla Glass maker Corning, signs long-term supply deal

By Steve Dent posted Oct 23rd 2013 2:04AM 0

In a move that could raise eyebrows in the LCD business, Corning has taken full control of Samsung Corning Precision Materials Co. Ltd., a joint venture 43 percent owned by Samsung. In exchange, the Korean company will get $1.9 billion worth of preferred shares in Corning, which if converted, would give it a 7.4 percent stake. The pair have also agreed to a deal that will see Samsung Display supplied by Corning through 2023. That company's Gorilla Glass is used in most high-end smartphones and tablets, including those made by Samsung, Apple, HTC and Motorola. Since the Korean giant already supplies most of its competitors with LCD displays and other components, we can imagine some of them casting a wary eye on such a deal.

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HTC reportedly scales back production after slump in smartphone sales (update: HTC says it hasn't)  Mobile

By Mat Smith posted Oct 23rd 2013 1:20AM 0

According to multiple reports, HTC has paused production on roughly a fifth of its total capacity and has been looking to outsource to contract manufacturers to save money. (Update: The company tells Engadget that it hasn't shut down any of its manufacturing lines) Reuters says that it has seen parts of HTC's factories closed up, and reports that cash flow pressures have forced the smartphone maker to make serious changes -- the company reported its first net loss back in October, a total of $101.2 million. HTC's Chief Marketing Officer Ben Ho told the news service that, "Like any manufacturer, we do volume planning to optimize our lines, our manufacturing and production facilities." At the same time, the WSJ reports that HTC has apparently met with several manufacturers with a view to moving production away from in-house. If there's any positive angle here, perhaps it's all part of HTC's grand plan to ready itself for those new wearables and tablets it's apparently planning.

Update: HTC's followed up on its CMO's comments, adding that it has no plans to sell off any of its production assets:

"HTC is not shutting down nor does it have plans to sell any of its factory assets. HTC has a very strong balance sheet and will provide the latest financials in our upcoming earnings call to investors and the broader community."

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LG's G Flex curved phone makes a surprise debut in Argentina  Mobile

By Richard Lawler posted Oct 23rd 2013 12:46AM 0

We got our first clear look at LG's curved G Flex smartphone in press shots just a few days ago, and now the device itself has popped up. The Verge points out tech journalist Frederico Ini of Telefe Noticias, a news program based in Argentina, has apparently obtained a prototype and brought it in to the studio for some hands-on pics and video. Curved from the bottom to the top (like the Galaxy Nexus) instead of side to side like Samsung's Galaxy Round, it also features rear mounted buttons just like LG's current flagship the G2. We've heard that the G Flex will feature a 6-inch OLED display when it's announced next month, although other details remain unknown.

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- English International: Game Spot, IGN, 1UP, Edge, Joystiq, VG247, GameInformer, GamesRadar, EuroGamer.net, N4G, Giant Bomb, Playstation Magazine, Kotaku, Gamasutra, Game News HQ, Masonic Gamer, Fraggednation, Player Attack, Epic Slash, G4, Nintendo USA, Official Xbox Magazine, UK Official Xbox Magazine, TouchArcade, My Nintendo News, Massively, NintendoLife, Grand Theft Auto, ActionTrip, Electronic Gaming Monthly - EGMNow, Operation Sports, VideoGamer.com, Major Nelson, This is My Joystick, PS3Hax, Official Nintendo Magazine, Blues News, Indie Game Reviewer, Gametrailers, PC Gamer, Rock Paper Shotgun, Attack of the Fanboy, Siliconera, Xbox360Archievements, PSX Extreme, Metacritic, ShackNews, Playstation Lifestyle, Slashgear, RPGamer, The Magic Box, TrueArchievements, Revision3 Games, VgLeaks, GamesIndustry.biz, GamingBolt.com, God is a Geek, Game Rant, Dark Side of Gaming, Den of Geek, VGChartz, Playstation.com Blog, GenGAME, Strategy Informer, Analog Addiction, MMO Reporter, MMORPG, MOG Nation, Game Freeze, Wired, Steam, ComputerAndVideogames, Evil Avatar, Gamereactor EU, Frag Tag Radio Podcast, Zelda Informer, gamesTM, RetroCollect, Daily Game, Pocket Gamer, PS4 Daily, Push Square, Playeressence, PlayStation Gang, Metro GameCentral, Nintendo Everything, Escapist and Pokejungle.
- Spanish: Meristation, Vadejuegos, Vandal, Hobby News, MarcaPlayer, 3DJuegos, VidaExtra, Atomix, EuroGamer.es, Mundogamers, VicioJuegos, Blogocio, Koi-Nya, Infoconsolas, Modo7, LivingPS3, Viciandome, MX Revista Oficial Xbox, Irrompibles, Nintenderos, Teknoconsolas, Trucoteca, Centro Pokémon, Ecetia, Nintendo ESP, AnaitGames, GameProTV, Kingdom Hearts World - KHWorld, ElOtroLado, TodoJuegos, Yo Soy Un Gamer, Areajugones, Alfa Beta Juega, RegionPS3, Pokexperto, IGN Spain, BreakingPlay, Hobby Consolas, ESPAL3DS, LaPS3, Revogamers, GamerZona, GamesAjare, NextN, Colemono, Ozom!, GuiltyBit, PSNow, HardGame2, LevelUp.com, 3GB MX, Anacrogames, Micromania, PSPStation, TodoPS4, Choza Tecnológica, Mundo Return, El Gremio de las Sombras, Tecno Slave, Teamplayers, Pokemon Nexus, El Reino de Neverland and Deculture.
- Other languages International: 4Players.de, SpazioGames, JeuxVideo.com, Games-News, CD-Action, Multiplayer.it, Gamezone, Finalboss, XboxLife, Portal PSX Extreme, Arena IG, Select Game, Jogorama, XboxFront, Next-Game, RPG Italia, Eurogamer IT, playMASSIVE, EveryEye, IO Videogioco, PS3-Talk, PS4-Magazin, Gamestrend, PSVITA-Talk, Gamesblog IT, Game Surf IT, Gamesvillage IT, Mondogamesblog IT, Console-Tribe IT, Gamereactor IT, PlayStationPure BE, Gamer NL, BGamer PT, Eurogamer PT, GameOver Sapo PT, GameStorm IT, Parliamo Di Videogiochi, L Angolo Di Farenz, MMORPG Italia, PS3 Site PL, AreaGames DE, Xbox Gen FR, Paladini del Videogioco IT, Level RO, O Gamer BR, Arkade BR, Videogames Trailer IT, GameVicio BR, Gamereactor SE, PS4-France, Emuljour FR, True-Gaming, FZ SE, Eurogamer DE, Gamestar DE, PLAY3 DE, Buffed DE, GameRadio DE, Nintendo-Online DE, Filter Games BR, Rebelgamer DE, Gamexeon IND, Gamers Live BR, IGN IT, Playm DE, VideoGamesZone, PSVita-Forum DE, PlayBorder TR, GameOver GR and AndroGames FR.

If you want to add any other news sources, you can use the "Suggest" button to suggest a new source of news. The new source will be included in a next version. 1 Free Listen Read Device Only Watch Installed Tech News Pinenuts Android Developers 1 Free Listen Read Device Only Watch Installed Fast, simple and immediate mobile news feed reader for Tech News!
Choose and read the most famous Tech News blogs and sites with your mobile in the fastest way possible.
If you want to stay up to date with what happens in the world of Technology, Hardware, smartphones, newest games and apps, updates and reviews, latest geek stories and use as little time as possible, then this app is what you need!

Tech News is a RSS Feed Reader but unlike other news reader apps, it will bring you directly to the news without wasting any time messing around with the user interface or news loading. The user interface is simple and immediate and its focus is on the news. Tech News is the best app for the daily reader.
You can disable the feeds that you are not interested in to have only the news from your favorite websites.

Tech News will show you the content of these public rss feeds:
* Gizmodo
* SlashDot
* Ars Tecnhica
* Wired
* TechCrunch
* Engadget
* The Next Web
* Mashable
* AllThingsD
* CNet
* GigaOM
* The Verge
* Lifehacker
* Tom's Hardware
* AnandTech
* Hacker News (YCombinator)

If you want another site to be included in the list, please send us an email.
We also appreciate critics and suggestions!

Disclaimer: This app is not affiliated nor related with any of the blogs and sites cited here. The content the app shows comes from publicly available rss feeds and thus the app is not to be held responsible for any of the content displayed. 1 Free Listen Read Device Only Watch Installed Tech news Michal Ursiny 1 Free Listen Read Device Only Watch Installed Get all your technology, IT and gadgets news!

Simple reader for leading sources of tech, IT, gadgets, web related news such as Engadget, Slashdot, Gizmodo and more all aggregated in one easy list.

Articles are cached for off-line reading once refreshed. 1 Free Listen Read Device Only Watch Installed BBC News BBC Worldwide (Ltd) 1 Free Listen Read Device Only Watch Installed Get the latest world and regional news from the BBC’s global network of more than 2000 journalists. From breaking news, to business, entertainment, technology, the arts and sport, all divided into clear sections, this free app lets you watch video reports, listen to live radio and read the latest updates wherever you are.

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 • Opt in for breaking news push notifications
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 • Share stories to a range of social networks, or email/SMS to a friend
 • Personalise the home screen by adding, removing and re-ordering news categories to suit your preferences
 • Listen live to BBC World Service radio
 • Home screen widgets to keep you up to date
 • Settings to allow the app to automatically update in the background
 • Set text size to suit your preferences
 • Ability to send stories, video, and photos directly to the BBC News team
 • Full range of News categories: Top stories, US & Canada, Europe, Latin America, Asia, Middle East, Africa, UK, Technology, Business, Features & Analysis, Science & Environment, Entertainment & Arts, Health, Also In The News, Sport
 • Ability to store the app on the SD card. Widgets will not be available if you choose to use this function. This is a feature of the Android system.

*Currently unavailable for devices running 2.2 and below. We are working on a fix and this will be available soon.

Version 2.4.4:
 • Push notifications for big breaking news stories
 • Landscape support for all devices
 • Various bug fixes including an issue that occasionally caused duplicate push notifications.

If you choose to receive push notifications, a unique identifier relating to your device will be stored by ProcessOne on behalf of the BBC to provide you with the service.

No other personal data relating to you (such as a username or email address) is processed. The BBC will keep your information secure and not share it with anyone else in accordance with the BBC’s Privacy and Cookies Policy, available at http://www.bbc.co.uk/privacy/

You can choose to unsubscribe from push notifications in the app’s settings screen.

Permissions:
 • INTERNET: Used to get the latest news content from the BBC
 • ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE: Used to determine whether you are on 3G or WiFi to deliver the best quality content
 • WAKE_LOCK: Used if you enable background updates in settings
 • GET_ACCOUNTS: Used to determine if your device is capable of receiving Push messages
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Do you want to know what the tech news headlines are that everyone is talking about? Currently Tech News sends you notifications for the top ones as they happen!

Currently Tech News scans popular social networks to identify trending technology news from your favourite tech blogs. It updates a chart every 15 minutes, and only sends you a notification when it thinks a headline is hot.

You can also scan the top headline chart, read the articles you're interested in and add to your Read Later list so you can store the headlines you're most interested in.

Currently now comes with a widget, so you can keep the fastest trending headline right on your home screen.

We built this app for people like us; technology professionals who live a fast paced, caffeine-consuming, meeting-to-meeting lifestyle. People who have little time to keep pace with industry news but need to stay in touch.

Currently - Life's a pop-chart; stay on top of it.

Features:
* "Breaking News" notifications for hot headlines that move up the charts fast
* Determines the top headlines every 15 minutes based on what everyone is talking about
* Intuitive “pop-chart” interface
* "Past hour" and "Today" charts
* Read Later to store the headlines that interest you the most
* Home screen widget so you can see the top trending headline at a glance
* Links to publisher’s original article (mobile optimised where available)

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