PlayStation's Spotify-powered music service starts today

Good riddance Music Unlimited; welcome to the party, PlayStation Music. The Spotify-powered music service goes live on PlayStation devices in 41 nations starting today. As we've reported previously, ...

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Gogoro Will Sell Smartscooters For The First Time In Taiwan This Summer

 Gogoro, the startup whose battery-powered scooters were one of the highlights of CES in January, announced today that the bikes will go on sale for the first time this summer starting ...

2 hours ago from TechCrunch

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Volvo Life Paint lights up cyclists at night

Volvo has long traded on its reputation for passenger safety, but it is also looking out for pedestrians and cyclists. In keeping with this, its newly announced Life Paint is aimed at making ...

6 hours ago from Gizmag

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Coachella And Lollapalooza Ban Selfie Sticks

  Selfie sticks appear to be all the rage these days. They’re very easy to use. Just clamp your smartphone, raise the selfie stick and get an angle that fits all of people ...

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U.S. coding site undergoes denial-of-service cyber attack

NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. coding site GitHub said on Sunday that it was deflecting most of the traffic from a days-long cyber attack that had caused intermittent outages for the social coding ...

6 hours ago from Reuters Technology

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NSA Considered Ending Phone Spying Before the Edward Snowden Leaks

A new report by the Associated Press suggests that the National Security Agency mulled the possibility of abandoning its phone surveillance program just before the Edward Snowden's leaks—though ...

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This Drop Test Looks Too Good To Be True

By the numbers, Gorilla Glass 4 is seriously tough, able to withstand a one-meter drop onto concrete. That's impressive on its own, but this video seems to show it withstanding something far ...

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Fraudster's phoney email tricked prison into releasing him

In the movies, a daring prison escape usually involves a carefully orchestrated plan filled with intricate tunnels, ingenious bribes and chaotic distractions. But for Neil Moore, performing ...

5 minutes ago from Engadget

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Exhibition lets you go hands-on with 40 years of gadgets

Want to experience exactly how much gadgets have evolved in the last 40 years? The Interface Experience at the Bard Graduate Center in New York has more than 25 seminal devices representing ...

1 hours ago from Engadget

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HTC One E9+ Phablet Delivers Impressive 5.5-Inch QHD Display And MediaTek SoC

HTC just released its flagship One M9 smartphone in the U.S., priced at $649 unlocked. But that isn't the only new smartphone coming from the HTC camp these days; the company just officially ...

19 hours ago from HotHardware

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