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HyperX shows off Predator DDR4 RAM, headsets, mouse pads at PAX Prime

49 minutes ago | Posted in: computers, gaming

Kingston's enthusiast brand HyperX brought a number of products to Penny Arcade Expo in Seattle this year, including the Cloud headset and Skyn mouse pads announced earlier this year, and the brand's upcoming entries in DDR4 memory. HyperX showed off some of the first versions of memory for Intel's X99 chipset and Haswell Extreme Edition processor, branded for its Predator line.

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Home Depot investigating possible credit card data breach

3 hours ago | Posted in: security

Home Depot is investigating "unusual activity" with its customer data, with the retailer appearing to be the victim of a major credit card breach. The store chain confirmed it was looking into the matter earlier today, after a report claimed acquired customer data was going on sale via a number of illicit websites specializing in credit card details.

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Gaems details new devices including M240, release date set for M155

3 hours ago | Posted in: computers, gaming

At Penny Arcade Expo this year, Gaems Vice President of Marketing and co-founder John Smith and partner and former professional athlete Hank Baskett were on hand to talk about some of the new things coming from the company. While Gaems is best known for its series of Personal Gaming Environments (PGE) like the Vanguard and the Sentry, the company is branching out to new aspects of the gaming world with two brand new products for computer users, the M155 and M240.

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AT&T complains about unfairness of municipal broadband to FCC

5 hours ago | Posted in: networking

Given the opportunity to petition against the expansion of municipal broadband expansion in Chattanooga, TN and Wilson, NC, AT&T has taken the opportunity to remind the government of its role in the state of Internet connectivity in the US. In its filing with the US Federal Communcations Commission, the telecom giant lays out its case against why local broadband, or "Government Owned Networks" (GON), shouldn't be allowed.

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Ouya reportedly receiving attention over potential acquisition

6 hours ago | Posted in: Investor, industry, gaming

Ouya may be acquired in the not-too-distant future, a report claims. The company behind the Kickstarter-funded Android game console is said to be in talks with a number of companies, both located in the United States as well as in China, though apparently discussions are at an early stage and no offers have been made by any potential suitors.

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Google Enterprise services rebranding as 'Google for Work'

7 hours ago | Posted in: industry, enterprise

Google is rebranding its efforts for enterprise. In a blog post heralding the change Chairman Eric Schmidt noted that the business focused offerings from the search engine giant will now be known as Google for Work, with no other changes made to the products other than the name. Encompassed under the new nomenclature are Gmail and Hangouts, plus Google Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Groups, News, Play, Sites, and Vault.

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Apple: Celebrity photo leaks not result of iCloud breach

7 hours ago | Posted in: security, Apple

Apple has issued a new follow-up statement on this week's celebrity photo leaks via iCloud. "After more than 40 hours of investigation, we have discovered that certain celebrity accounts were compromised by a very targeted attack on user names, passwords and security questions, a practice that has become all too common on the Internet," the company writes. "None of the cases we have investigated has resulted from any breach in any of Apple's systems including iCloud or Find My iPhone. We are continuing to work with law enforcement to help identify the criminals involved."

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BlackBerry invitations to three events hint at Passport launch

9 hours ago | Posted in: software, mobile phones

BlackBerry has sent out invitations to events held in Toronto, London, and Dubai on the 24th of September. The invite offers little in the way of clues as to what the three events will involve, but the use of a map and a plane symbol suggests the manufacturer will be formally launching the Passport smartphone, while rumors claim it could potentially include a software update allowing for the usage of BlackBerry Messenger from a desktop rather than a smartphone.

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Native Instruments announces Komplete 10 bundles, new keyboards

9 hours ago | Posted in: peripherals, software, audio

Native Instruments has announced Komplete 10, the next version of its audio production suite bundling together all its instruments with some extra perks. This version adds several new instruments, including Rounds, Kontour, and Polyplex. Rounds combines sound design and sequencing functions, while Kontour is a synthesizer with "organic" textures. Polyplex designs drumkits, combining up to four samples per slot; randomization can be applied on a global, sound, or sample level.

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Sonos software update adds home Wi-Fi support to speaker system

10 hours ago | Posted in: networking, audio

Sonos has started to implement a change to the wireless networking used by its speaker system, eliminating the need for a physical connection. The previously-announced update will now allow for speakers to connect to an existing Wi-Fi network, instead of the wireless mesh network created between the speakers.

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AMD ships three eight core FX processors based on Piledriver

10 hours ago | Posted in: computers

Chip manufacturer AMD has launched a trio of new eight core FX processors, based on the older Piledriver architecture. Released today are the FX-8370 and FX-8370E which peak at 4.3GHz, as well as the 4GHz FX-8320E. All three chips buck industry trends and don't have an onboard graphical processing unit.

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European anti-trust regulators probing Facebook's WhatsApp deal

11 hours ago | Posted in: industry

The European Commission, the EU's antitrust agency, is seeking input from companies that may be impacted by Facebook's acquisition of messenger developer WhatsApp. The questionnaire is asking if queried companies are foreseeing any business issues with the merger, or if customers will be negatively impacted by the $19 billion deal.

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Video shows alleged rear shell for 5.5-inch iPhone [u]

11 hours ago | Posted in: iPhone

(Updated with accompanying battery information) A video (below) from French site Nowhereelse shows what is said to be a rear shell for Apple's 5.5-inch iPhone. The part appears to use the same design adopted by the 4.7-inch iPhone 6, simply scaled up. That includes an all-metal back, rounded edges, an embedded Apple logo, and differently-colored bands sectioning off the top and bottom.

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Attorney Danny Marti nominated for US intellectual property czar

12 hours ago | Posted in: industry

The White House has named a new federal head of intellectual property enforcement. Attorney Danny Marti was named as the next Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator for the executive office of the President, a position that has laid fallow for the last year after the departure of the previous head to lead the Business Software Alliance.

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Sony QX1 Smart Lens leaks with E-Mount lens compatibility

12 hours ago | Posted in: digital imaging

Sony's QX Smart Lens line of combined sensors and lenses controlled by smartphone may be joined by a third device. Leaked images show what is rumored to be called the QX1, a replacement camera for smartphones which allows for the use of E-Mount lenses, rather than the 3.6x and 10x optical lenses used in the QX10 and QX100.

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iWatch still in engineering verification phase, rumor claims

12 hours ago | Posted in: gadgets

Even though some components are beginning to enter production, the iWatch is still in an engineering verification testing (EVT) stage and yet to undergo production verification testing (PVT), supply chain sources claim. The latter is needed before going into mass production, and the sources point out that Apple could theoretically change the design of the iWatch beforehand. In any case, it's argued that this supports the idea that the iWatch may not ship until 2015.

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Uber Germany facing shutdown country wide, appealing order

12 hours ago | Posted in: iPhone apps, iPad apps

Ridesharing app Uber is facing yet another shutdown order in Germany, this time, encompassing the entire country. A preliminary injunction to stop service nationwide has been applied against the company since the end of last week over what the court calls a lack of appropriate permits and insurance carried by the drivers. Uber is appealing, and will not shut down while it waits for a hearing.

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Samsung invites media to Photokina event for possible NX1 launch

13 hours ago | Posted in: digital imaging

Samsung has started to tease a "Premiere" event Photokina later this month, one which could be for the launch of a new device in Samsung's NX camera range. The rumored Samsung NX1 mirrorless camera, shown in brief glimpses on the invitation, will allegedly include a 28-megapixel APS-C CMOS ISOCELL sensor combined with a DRIMe image signal processor.

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Elgato launches trio of HomeKit compatible home automation devices

14 hours ago | Posted in: iPhone apps, iPad apps

Elgato will be showcasing a new line of app-powered accessory products at the IFA trade show. The new products will enable iPhone and iPad users to control and monitor the home, modify the lighting atmosphere, and recharge mobile devices when away from a plug. Elgato Eve, allows users the capability to monitor conditions in the home. The intelligent LED bulb Avea, gives dynamic mood lighting at home. The intelligent battery Smart Power offers self-monitoring capabilities of charge and other parameters to make sure it is always ready to refill mobile devices. 

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Microsoft mistakenly teases Windows 9 in China

15 hours ago | Posted in: software

Microsoft's Chinese business arm may have jumped the gun, by mistakenly promoting Windows 9 too early. The company's regional Weibo account reportedly put an image up promoting the next iteration of Microsoft's operating system along with a question hinting at the Start Menu, a posting which has since been removed from view.

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Sony Xperia Z3 Compact images, Z3 specifications surface before IFA

16 hours ago | Posted in: mobile phones

Details for two of Sony's IFA launches may have leaked before the company's event on Wednesday. Photographs of a smartphone believed to be the Xperia Z3 compact have surfaced, showing a range of color options for the device, while another image claims to show the complete specifications list for the larger Xperia Z3.

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Briefly: LinkedIn retires InMaps, BBC's kids' coding, computing shows

21 hours ago | Posted in: education

Professional networking platform LinkedIn has discontinued its InMaps visualization tool. Citing the need to focus on new ways to visualize users' professional network, InMaps officially retired September 1. The feature was first launched in January 2011, and allowed for viewing different clusters in one's network and color code them as to see where crossovers and separations appeared.

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Briefly: Origin PC's 'Haswell E' processor, CyberpowerPC's Intel X99Ch

Mon September 1, 2014 | Posted in: computers

Origin PC has announced that the new Intel Core i7 "Haswell-E" processors are available within its Genesis and Millennium desktops. The eight-core Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition processor is based on 22nm Haswell-E microarchitecture, and features support for the latest in DDR4 memory, as well as Intel Turbo Boost technology 2.0 and Hyper-Threading technology, both of which aim to improve performance. The processors include in PC Genesis and Millennium desktops are also Thunderbolt 2-ready. More information can be found via Origin PC regarding specs comparisons.

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Google invitation to event in India may be Android One device launch

Mon September 1, 2014 | Posted in: mobile phones

Google has sent out invitations to an announcement event due to be held on September 15th in India. Though not specifically hinting at a product or service, it is believed the event will involve the launch of the first Android One smartphones, a program Google introduced in June to provide low-cost Android mobile devices to emerging markets.

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Python script attacking Find My iPhone may be behind celebrity leaks

Mon September 1, 2014 | Posted in: security, digital imaging, Apple

A script which allowed access to iCloud servers may have been behind the recent celebrity photo leaks, a report suggests. A Python script which discovered the password of an iCloud account has surfaced, with an apparent vulnerability in Find My iPhone potentially allowing attackers to "brute force" attack an account without any lockout or warning to the account owner.

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Chinese SAIC claims Microsoft anti-piracy measures are monopolistic

Mon September 1, 2014 | Posted in: industry, software

China's State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) has questioned Microsoft Vice President Chen Shi regarding allegations of abuse of Microsoft's monopoly on operating systems, productivity software, and browsers in the country. As part of the questioning, Microsoft has been given 20 days to respond to complaints alleging that Microsoft's use of serialization of software may have violated China's anti-monopoly laws.

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