EA tests subscription video game service for Xbox One

US video game colossus Electronic Arts on Tuesday began testing a Netflix-style subscription service that lets Xbox One users play a library of online titles by paying monthly fees.

5 hours ago from Phys.org

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Apple gives the MacBook Pro with Retina display lineup a speed bump

Apple today pushed out a refresh of its MacBook Pro with Retina display lineup, giving both the 13- and 15-inch models a little more horsepower under the hood. Additionally, Apple has dropped ...

8 hours ago from Gizmag

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Twitter gives Wall Street what it wanted

Twitter reported it had 271 million monthly users, up 24% from a year ago.        

2 hours ago from USA today

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'That's how websites work': OkCupid boasts about Facebook-style experiments on users

Facebook accidentally sparked a media firestorm when it revealed it had been tweaking users' News Feeds in psychological experiments, and now it seems dating website OkCupid wants in on the ...

6 hours ago from The Independent

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AT&T might fix Netflix problems for its customers before Verizon does

Netflix pays AT&T for connections that will be turned on "in the coming days."

8 minutes ago from Arstechnica

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Police place adverts on piracy websites

The City of London police has started placing adverts on sites offering pirated movies and films to dissuade users from downloading copyrighted material illegally.

12 hours ago from The Independent

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New Amazon store lets customers customize and print 3D products for delivery

Amazon has announced a new 3D Printed Products store. The store has launched with more than 200 print-on-demand designs. Users can customize items like earrings, pendants, rings and bobble head ...

14 hours ago from Gizmag

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BlackBerry to buy Germany's Secusmart

(AP)—German voice and data encryption specialist Secusmart, which helps equip the German government with secure smartphones, says it's being acquired by BlackBerry for an undisclosed sum.

7 hours ago from Phys.org

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What Killed The Dinosaurs? Bad Luck, Study Suggests

The asteroid was simply the straw that broke the camptosaurus's back

10 hours ago from TIME

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Security CTO to detail Android Fake ID flaw at Black Hat

Where have you heard this before: A team of security researchers discover a security flaw in Android devices. This is, however, news. This time, experts are talking about a flaw that involves ...

4 hours ago from Phys.org

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