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Kraftwerk's 3D concerts return to North America in September

Good news if you missed out on Kraftwerk's 3D concerts the last time the band was in North America: you're about to get a second chance. The electronic music pioneers have announced a slew of American and Canadian dates that will let you see their im...
Published on: Monday, May 04, 2015 | link

Sharing app Droplr wants to woo you back with a 'free' tier

In case you dropped Droplr when the sharing app went from free to paid-only the company has a plan to potentially woo you back. How's that? It's going freemium starting tomorrow. Links and files you spread around with the free plan will have a week-l...
Published on: Monday, May 04, 2015 | link

GE announces HomeKit enabled lights that'll help you sleep

Turns out it's not just our addiction to smartphones that messes with our sleep patterns, it's also the lighting in our homes that keeps us up at night. To alleviate all that tossing and turning, GE announced an Intelligent LED lighting system that n...
Published on: Monday, May 04, 2015 | link

Watch Jason Voorhees hack up rivals in 'Mortal Kombat X'

If you thought that the Friday the 13th movies' legendary Jason Voorhees would make for a great Mortal Kombat fighter... well, you're right. NetherRealm has released a trailer showing how Jason will play when he arrives in Mortal Kombat X on May 5th,...
Published on: Monday, May 04, 2015 | link

HBO switches to streaming-only review policy starting right now

HBO is trying super hard to dislodge Game of Thrones' crown as the "most pirated TV show" of modern times. It recently launched HBO Now, a non-cable-based streaming service, and today the company announced it would stop providing reviewers with DVDs ...
Published on: Monday, May 04, 2015 | link

FCC chairman on why lawsuits won't beat net neutrality this time

Companies have been gunning for the FCC's open internet rules since the very moment news crossed the wires, and their latest move involved pushing for a stay -- a sort of legal "not so fast!" -- on the classification of the internet as a public utili...
Published on: Monday, May 04, 2015 | link

Google buys a firm that organizes your calendar around your life

Google has been striving for smarter apps that are built around the way you really live, and it's reinforcing that today by acquiring Timeful. The startup built a system that organizes your calendar around both your schedule and your priorities. You ...
Published on: Monday, May 04, 2015 | link

Microsoft is reportedly making high-end Windows phones again

One of the biggest gripes among Windows phone devotees is a lack of high-powered devices as of late. How are you supposed to be a hardcore fan when most of the lineup is downright basic? At last, though, Microsoft appears to be catering to that need ...
Published on: Monday, May 04, 2015 | link

McDonald's will deliver your Big Mac, if you're in New York City

What's that? You want a Big Mac combo for lunch but don't have time to venture out? Well, if you happen to be in New York City, McDonald's will soon bring that double-decker burger to you. The company announced today that it will test a 24-hour deliv...
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Google+ launches Collections, a Pinterest-style sharing board

The new Collections tab on Google+ offers a way to organize and share your interests with other people on the network, a la the mother of all cutesy-sharing sites, Pinterest. You're able to create a customized Collection about anything that you like ...
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