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Samsung co-CEO Shin Jong-kyun has said that the smartphone will have shipped 10 million units by the end of this week.
Fan videos featuring Nintendo content on YouTube have been claimed by the gaming company for monetisation purposes.
The much-touted PS4 feature will actually be available on the PS3 with downloads of the Last of Us. 1
The company now breaks down language barriers 1 billion times per day. On the to-do list: real-time conversation translation.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting on Twitter that Yahoo's board has given the green light for the company's US$1.1 billion purchase of the blogging site.
The eyebrow-raising app won't be initiating Facebook-friend hook-ups for iPhone owners for the time being.
A new tool to block unsecured content on secure sites has made its debut in the latest update to Firefox Aurora.
Sony Japan has announced the biggest E Ink reader to hit the market, with a 13.3-inch flexible display. 5
It's under a minute long, but the trailer for the next Batman game introduces at least one new antagonist.
Sony has officially announced the impending launch of the sixth title in the Gran Turismo franchise. 2
Sony's water-resistant Xperia Tablet Z is coming to Australia on 6 June, and it's priced to tackle the iPad head on.
A new web app by Amnesty International trawls your Facebook page to tell you what crimes you have committed around the globe — and what your punishments would be. 5
EA has said that it has no games in development for Nintendo's next-gen console, while new sales figures show the Wii outselling the Wii U. 4
A Japanese company has created an iPhone peripheral that will allow you to send smells to your friends.
A strong anti-Google ad intended only for internal laughs at Microsoft has mysteriously leaked onto YouTube during Google I/O. 1
Microsoft may do away with its points system, favouring gift cards for Xbox purchases, according to a report.
Retired Intel-CEO Paul Otellini has said that he didn't do what it would have taken for Intel to be in Apple's initial smartphone.
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- Google Play Books enables user uploads of ebooks, documentsSoftware
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- The Last of Us gets R18+ rating for AustraliaGames
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