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Album sales may be in the toilet, but it’s good that music streaming services are winning

19 hours ago  by Brian Fagioli
Album sales may be in the toilet, but it’s good that music streaming services are winning
We discuss why it’s definitely a positive thing that music streaming services are triumphing over flagging album sales.

Samsung brings VidZone’s free music video service to mobiles for first time

29 Aug 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Samsung brings VidZone’s free music video service to mobiles for first time
The ad-supported music video service is not the sole preserve of games consoles any longer and can now be used by anyone that owns a Samsung smartphone, tablet or smart TV.

Samsung Gear S champions its fitness capabilities with Nike+ Running app

29 Aug 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Samsung Gear S champions its fitness capabilities with Nike+ Running app
An agreement between the two companies means that the popular health and fitness app will be on all Samsung Gear S smartwatches once it goes on sale in October.

Dyson to launch its first robot vacuum cleaner, Project N223

29 Aug 2014  by Barclay Ballard
Dyson to launch its first robot vacuum cleaner, Project N223
The British technology firm has revealed a cryptic teaser video, which suggests its first autonomous vacuum cleaner will be released soon, after cancelling a similar product 13 years ago.

Students, startups and a Bill Gates-backed research team named as finalists for $10m Star Trek-inspired competition

28 Aug 2014  by Sam Pudwell
Students, startups and a Bill Gates-backed research team named as finalists for $10m Star Trek-inspired competition
The Qualcomm Tricorder X Price challenges contestants to build a portable, non-invasive medical scanner, similar to the Tricorder used in sci-fi series Start Trek.

GTA V makers hit back at Lohan's 'publicity' seeking lawsuit

27 Aug 2014  by Barclay Ballard
GTA V makers hit back at Lohan's 'publicity' seeking lawsuit
Court papers reveal that Take-Two has dismissed the actress' claim that her likeness is depicted in the game, arguing that the character resembles her only in being a young, blonde woman.

The end of Nintendo: Why the move to iPad spells doom

27 Aug 2014  by Nathan Chai
The end of Nintendo: Why the move to iPad spells doom
The recent leak that the Pokémon trading card game is coming to iPad has stirred up excitement in the games press, but does this revelation actually spell the death of Nintendo?

Daily tech deals: Call of Duty: Ghosts (Hardened edition) for just £19.51

27 Aug 2014  by Louisa Benson
Daily tech deals: Call of Duty: Ghosts (Hardened edition) for just £19.51
Amazon is selling the PC version of Call of Duty: Ghosts in its special hardened edition release for just £19.51, a significant discount from its £90 RRP.

Spotify shows Windows Phone love, goes free on the platform

27 Aug 2014  by Alan Buckingham
Spotify shows Windows Phone love, goes free on the platform
While Windows Phone gets a lot of attention for what it doesn't have, the Microsoft mobile platform is slowly making progress. Now it is scoring a major win, and getting on par with rivals, as Spotify

Samsung Galaxy S5 challenges Apple iPhone 5S to take on ALS Ice Bucket Challenge [video]

26 Aug 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Samsung Galaxy S5 challenges Apple iPhone 5S to take on ALS Ice Bucket Challenge [video]
Samsung’s waterproof handset has laid down the gauntlet to the iPhone 5S as well as the HTC One M8 and Nokia Lumia 930 – all three of which aren’t waterproof.

Microsoft builds ultimate Royal Carribean smartship with boosted broadband and bionic bartenders

26 Aug 2014  by Brian Fagioli
Microsoft builds ultimate Royal Carribean smartship with boosted broadband and bionic bartenders
Royal Caribbean has appealed to nerds, with the help of Microsoft, and redesigned its Quantum of the Seas ship with the latest high-tech broadband and robotic bartenders.