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Legendary Studios partners with Microsoft to use HoloLens (Video)

Legendary Studios partners with Microsoft to use HoloLens (Video)

If you have ever played your favorite video game and wondered what it might be like to meet your favorite characters in the real world, Legendary and Microsoft HoloLens have teamed up to give you that ability. According to Emily Castel, Chief Marketing Officer at Legendary, “Microsoft HoloLens lets us bring characters from the worlds we create into the real ... Read More »

Samsung Testing Exynos 8895 Chips Clocked At 4GHz, Report

Samsung Testing Exynos 8895 Chips Clocked At 4GHz, Report

Samsung’s Exynos 8895 Reported To Achieve Frequencies Of Up To 4Ghz; Could Open Next Era Of Mobile Processing. Samsung’s upcoming Exynos 8895 processor is said to hit 4GHz, as long as the company can control power consumption and thermals, but the new 10nm process should help with that. If the company can hit 4GHz, it will certainly be on the ... Read More »

Smart vibrator gets hacked at Def Con 24, Report

Smart vibrator gets hacked at Def Con 24, Report

Today’s connected world horror story from the Def Con 24 event concerns the security of sex toys, with a team of researchers suggesting that the internet-enabled We-Vibe 4 Plus sends data home when it’s being used — and could even potentially be turned on remotely by someone not connected to the sexy Skype chat. Talking at the Def Con hacking ... Read More »

BlackBerry launches its applications on Android – Specs & Hardware

Review the BlackBerry DTEK50: Security and Productivity for a Good Price

BlackBerry has released what it claims to be the world’s “most secure Android phone”. The DTEK50 is aimed squarely at business users, providing both protection and software designed to aid productivity. With the Android marketplace being so saturated nowadays it can be hard for companies to put their own unique spin on devices. With BlackBerry, the most obvious way to ... Read More »

Telluride Ski Resort joins Mountain Collective, Report

Telluride Ski Resort joins Mountain Collective, Report

Revelstoke Mountain Resort joined the Mountain Collective, a group of 14 ski resorts that combined to offer a joint pass. The additions now make the Mountain Collective pass valid at 14 different resorts, including Aspen Snowmass, resorts in Wyoming, California, Utah and formerly, Whistler Blackcomb. The Canadian resort was purchased earlier this week by Vail Resorts for over a billion ... Read More »

2017 Mazda6 debuts with new look, improved dynamics (Photo)

2017 Mazda 3 debuts with new look, improved dynamics (Photo)

Fresh off a major refresh for the 2016 model year, Mazda is once again updating its midsize Mazda6 sedan. According to a press release from Mazda, the 2017 Mazda6 will feature updated high-tech safety features, a quieter ride, new interior options, and sharper handling. Exterior The 2014 redesign and tweaks for 2016 carry over to 2017 with only slightly reshaped ... Read More »

Blackberry sues Avaya for copyright infringements, Report

Blackberry sues Avaya for copyright infringements, Report

BlackBerry has filed a patent lawsuit (PDF) against Internet telephony firm Avaya. The dispute marks a turning point for Blackberry, which pushed into the Android market last year but has been struggling. The patents include numbers 9,143,801 and 8,964,849, relating to “significance maps” for coding video data; number 8,116,739, describing methods of displaying messages; number 8,886,212, describing tracking location of ... Read More »

Apple Pay comes to Canadian vending machines, Report

Apple Pay comes to Canadian vending machines, Report

Canadians can now use Apple Pay and a compatible iPhone to make purchases at vending machines across the country. People can use Apple Pay to fund the PayRange iOS app, which is being supported by members of the Canadian National Vending Alliance, the latter organization said. The app can only be used at machines equipped with a BluKey dongle, although ... Read More »

Pokémon GO beats Candy Crush, hits record $200M revenue

Pokémon GO beats Candy Crush, hits record $200M revenue

Pokemon Go has raked in a whopping $200 million during its debut month. Thus this game has beaten Candy Crush by a wide margin. The revenue comes from in-app purchases Pokemon Go players make. You can buy Poke Balls, which are tossed at Pokemon to catch them. Players can also pay for things like Lures and Incense, to attract Pokemon. ... Read More »

2017 Nissan Pathfinder debuts with new look, more power (Video)

2017 Nissan Pathfinder debuts with new look, more power (Video)

Americans just can’t get enough SUVs, with 2016 sales through the roof in just about every segment. Nissan’s Pathfinder, however, hasn’t been following the trend — sales are down this year as the aging 2016 model isn’t proving popular with buyers. Nissan hopes to change that slide with the revised 2017 model, which will arrive in showrooms in September. More ... Read More »