• Nintendo Surprises with New 3DS Models

    Nintendo Surprises with New 3DS Models

    Nintendo has been doing an excellent job of building momentum for itself ever since its excellent showing at E3 this year–and the good news just keeps coming with the announcement of 2 new 3DS models coming to Japan on October 11th. Both the 3DS and 3DS XL will be getting a makeover, with the biggest changes coming in the form of a 2nd analog stick, larger screens, improved processor, Micro SD slot, NFC and improved battery life. The bad news? All markets other than Japan will have to air until next year to get their hands on one. For more info, you can read the full story at Joystiq.com.

     
  • Back to School 2014: The 11 best smartphones

    Back to School 2014: The 11 best smartphones

    If you’re in the market for a new handset to accompany you on campus this fall, your timing’s just right. You couldn’t ask for a better selection of choices, and plenty of the phones in the gallery below are downright budget-friendly. That said, if…

     
  • Xbox One TV Tuner lets Europeans get their television fix

    Xbox One TV Tuner lets Europeans get their television fix

    When Microsoft launched the Xbox One, prospective buyers outside of the US wondered how its TV features would work in countries, like most of Europe, that still predominantly used over-the-air transmissions. The long, slightly awkward silence that…

     
  • Amazon’s same-day delivery expands in six cities

    Amazon’s same-day delivery expands in six cities

    If you’re the sort who just can’t wait to get household goods but cringe at having to brave the lines at the local store, today might be your lucky day. Amazon has officially expanded its same-day delivery options in six cities that include…

     
  • New NFL app brings Sunday Ticket, detailed fantasy football tracking to Xbox One

    New NFL app brings Sunday Ticket, detailed fantasy football tracking to Xbox One

    If you’re a football fan, Microsoft wants to make an Xbox One integral to your gameday experience. A new version of the NFL app for Xbox One, coming out later this month, is how the company plans to do it.

    It starts with videos. Lots of videos. The app is centered around NFL Now, the personalized highlight and analysis channel that’s tailored for your favorite teams and your fantasy leagues. Those who upgrade to a premium subscription will be able to stream classic games and other programming like documentaries and shows from the NFL Films “vault.”

    That’s not all: if you have a cable subscription to NFL Network and NFL RedZone, you’ll be able to stream those on the console, and DirecTV Sunday Ticket subscribers will get full access…

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  • Apple officially brings Beats into the fold

    Apple officially brings Beats into the fold

    A smidge over two months after Apple announced its plan to nab Dr. Dre’s headphone and music streaming interests, the folks in Cupertino have officially welcomed Beats to the family. The US government didn’t seem to take issue with the purchase,…

     
 

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