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The news was first reported by YouTube user HashtagIdiotic, who posted the development to Reddit last week. The app is available for download in the 3DS eShop in North America and Europe.
A Google Glass-wearing restaurant-goer in Seattle has been ejected from the establishment for refusing to remove his smart headwear. There seem to be two sides to this story, however...
Electronics giant Sony has applied for a patent for a new form of wearable tech: a smartwig. The company claims the wig could help navigate roads and collect information such as blood pressure.
Microsoft has been handing out 24 hours bans to gamers who swear during videos they've uploaded to the Xbox One's Upload Studio application in a crackdown on "excessive profanity".
Bandai is releasing a new version of the 17-year-old toy later this year with Tamagotchi Friends Digital Friends hitting shelves worldwide.
In a video with more computing equipment than the deck of the Enterprise, Sony has released a video which officially unboxes the brand new PS4 in all its shiny, spotlight-refracting glory.
The Redmond based technology company is reportedly in talks with Real Madrid over buying the naming rights to the Spanish side’s Santiago Bernabéu stadium.
Asda has a reputation for saving its customers money, but the affordable supermarket giant is now wading into the tech world, aiming to stock the Alcatel 1010 for an eye-poppingly low £5.
Netflix is introducing Ultra-HD 4K video streams to its site, testing out the resolution with a series of short videos entitled "El Fuente".
Samsung's W2014 is the world's first high-end flip phone that runs a Snapdragon 800 processor, and can be yours for 10,000 Chinese Yuan. That's a jaw dropping £1,024 in old blighty terms.
It seems the latest instalment of the GTA franchise has been an adrenaline shot straight to the heart of the games industry, with supermarkets making a killing on the millions of copies sold.