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YouTube Returns to Fire TV as Google and Amazon Make Up

It took over a year for Google and Amazon to start playing nice again, as the services’ ongoing feud has reached a reconciliation. In the ...

Samsung Introduces Stylish Branded SD Memory Cards

The company announced microSD and SDHC memory cards that come in brushed metal design. Both form factors come in a basic version that delivers 7 ...

Apple to Stream iPad Mini Event on Apple.com, Apple TV

The waiting it over and Apple’s scheduled event is almost upon us. If you’ve been through this before, you’ve likely tuned in via liveblog on ...

Filmmaker To Implant Camera in Eye-Socket

Talk about entering cyborg territory: a Canadian filmmaker says that he plans to install a mini camera in his prosthetic eye.While it seems awkward to ...

MSFT Confirms 2.5 million Kinects Sold in 25 Days

A lot of people were pretty skeptical about Kinect. Whether it was the device itself, Microsoft’s claims that it would shift 5 million units before ...

How to Use YouTube’s Take a Break Feature

Often, including during this past weekend, I’ve fallen into a pattern of watchingvideos for hours, and it’s not always a good thing. This is why ...

Here’s Every Nintendo Switch App You Can Get Now

It might not seem obvious at first, but your Nintendo Switch can do more than play games. While the Switch’s selection of non-gaming apps is ...

Aperion Audio Intros Network Speaker for Windows

Aperion Audio sent over a press release announcing its new. The gadget connects to the local network via a wireless or Ethernet connection, and pulls ...

Logitech Group System Cuts Video-Conference Cost, Hassle

The way Logitech sees it, setting up a video-conferencing system for your office shouldn’t be a choice between a high-end system that costs thousands of ...

Microsoft Says Google is Blocking Windows Phone YouTube App

It’s been two years since Microsoft revamped its mobile efforts and introduced us to Windows Phone. Still, the company has a long way to go ...