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A weird YouTube glitch has been causing alarm among popular vloggers


If you’re a YouTube creator who watched in horror on Wednesday as your subscriber count suddenly dropped by thousands – if not hundreds of thousands – in a matter of hours, then don’t be alarmed. Unless the quality of your videos has been particularly dire lately, or you did something to offend a large chuck of your fans, the sudden apparent ... Read More »

Apple v. Samsung patent case sent back to lower courts to determine if damages retrial is necessary


In what has become a never-ending patent battle, a federal appeals court on Tuesday ordered that the Apple v. Samsung case be sent back to a lower court. As noted by CNET, the district court will decide whether or not to hold another damage retrial or settle the case in another fashion. The Samsung v. Apple case will be sent back to where ... Read More »

The world’s smallest Apple IIe runs on a $9 chip

Ever wonder what it would be like to own a classic Apple IIe but didn’t want to spend a couple hundred bucks on eBay? You can now re-create the iconic Apple machine — and all you need it a $9 chip and a 3-inch display. Look at this tiny thing! The mini Apple IIe runs on the inexpensive C.H.I.P., which ... Read More »

Apple’s first original documentary ‘808: The Movie’ now available for Apple Music subscribers


The original documentary ‘808: The Movie’ which covers the history and broad influence of Roland’s TR-808 drum machine is now available for Apple Music subscribers. The film is also available for pre-order for $16.99 on iTunes. As previously reported, the soundtrack can be heard on Apple Musicand iTunes. Lastly, the ‘808’ soundtrack album, apparel, and bundles are now live on the Warner Music Store ... Read More »

Apple rolling out ‘Report Junk’ feature for iCloud Calendar invites from unknown senders to address spam


Apple is rolling out a fix for the iCloud Calendar spam issue that has plagued users over the past few weeks. On iCloud.com, the company has added a new Report Junk feature. This lets users remove spammy invites from their calendar and reports the sender to Apple for further investigation. The feature is currently only available on Apple’s iCloud.com Calendar web app but it is likely to ... Read More »

7 great ways to save on Steam videogames


\ With thousands of games in its catalog and more than 125 million users, Steam has become almost synonymous with computer gaming, whether Mac or PC. And, in great news for gamers, Steam is not afraid of discounts. But not all discounts are created equal. How can you score the best prices on your favorite titles? We’re here to help, ... Read More »

Overwatch and Witcher 3 win big at the Golden Joystick Awards


Overwatch, The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine and Pokémon Go have won big at this year’s Golden Joysticks. The 34th annual Golden Joystick Awards was held today at the indigO2 at London’s O2 Arena, with all the winners voted for by the gamers themselves. The winner of the coveted Game of the Year Award may have gone to Dark Souls ... Read More »

Tired of waiting around? Well your phone is about to start charging seriously fast


The battle between life plans and phone battery is a never-ending struggle. Sure, you’d love to leave your pit any time you wish, but such an effort is impossible without consulting your battery icon and going through some rigorous planning. After all, what if you’re forced to miss a golden Instagram opportunity, or somehow get lost after walking for five ... Read More »

Google Daydream View just dropped as a seriously cool fabric VR headset


Thanks to a bit of cleverly folded cardboard, Google has already made virtual reality available to the masses, but now the search giant is taking things to new, more robust levels. Dropping its next portal into the virtual world, the search giant has unveiled its first serious virtual reality headset, the Daydream View. An elegant rival to the likes of ... Read More »

Obama Slams Fake News on Facebook


President Obama on Thursday singled out fake news stories appearing on social media sites as a serious problem facing American democracy. “If we are not serious about facts and what’s true and what’s not, and particularly in an age of social media when so many people are getting their information in sound bites and off their phones, if we can’t ... Read More »

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