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Overwatch: Bigger than the Premier League?

Could Overwatch be the game to take e-sports mainstream? Its developer Activision Blizzard has just announced the first seven team…

Microsoft Aims to Boost Internet Connectivity in US Heartland

Microsoft on Monday unveiled an ambitious five-year plan that would use technology found in the television white space spectrum to…

Tech firms unite for 'net neutrality' protest

A host of internet giants - from social networks to dating apps to porn sites - will join a protest…

Dubai Airports has the fastest free Wi-Fi in the world

If you happen to be in the Dubai International Airport availing its free Wi-Fi facility, you can reach your friends…

Will you buy the iPhone 8 if it doesn't have Touch ID?

This is a big year for Apple, and if you follow the rumor mill, then you know it refuses to…

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This $2,500 Nokia phone commemorates the meeting of Trump and Putin

Some people buy newspapers to remember historical events. Others buy customized Nokia smartphones. As first spotted by TechCrunch, a Russian…

A bot on Amazon is making the best, worst smartphones cases

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The Oculus Rift and Touch bundle is on sale for $399

The Oculus Rift and Oculus Touch are getting a big (but temporary) price drop: for the next six weeks, the…

IoT Fuels Growth of Linux Malware

Malware targeting Linux systems is growing, largely due to a proliferation of devices created to connect to the Internet of…

Google Gives Up Scanning Personal Gmail

Google recently announced the end of its policy of scanning user emails for targeted advertising purposes -- a controversial practice…