Incoming Nexus 6 may have killed off Nexus 5

Incoming Nexus 6 may have killed off Nexus 5

If you needed any more indication that a Nexus 6 smartphone is on the horizon, we may have stumbled onto a neat tidbit of info. When asked why the Nexus 5 was no longer on their support page, a Canadian carrier’s support page mentioned the Nexus 5 was no longer in stock, and wasn’t being sold. Further down the conversational line, we find that the Nexus 5 might be out of rotation entirely.

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Chinese city has special path for smartphone users

Chinese city has special path for smartphone users

We’ve all seen that person walking around, more interested in their smartphone than the real world. They (mostly) dodge obstacles by glancing up at the last moment, and roundly annoy everyone around them. A city in China has stepped in to corral those folks, giving them their own space to saunter about aimlessly.

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Surge soda pop is back: thank you internets

Surge soda pop is back: thank you internets

For the first time in 13 years, the soda pop called Surge is back on the market. We have a lot of people to thank for the re-Surgence. First I’d like to thank those at the Surge Movement - without their tireless efforts, none of this would have been possible. Next I’d like to thank YTCracker - without his homage to the drink, we might never have been able to forge through the cold, Surge-less night.

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Canon EOS 7D Mark II is most powerful EOS around

Canon EOS 7D Mark II is most powerful EOS around

Canon has outed its latest DSLR, the EOS 7D Mark II, replacing the aging EOS 7D with a new 20.2-megapixel APS-C sensor and Dual DIGIC 6 Image Processors. Headed to shelves in November, the 7D Mark II supports up to 10fps burst shooting and packs a 65-point All Cross Type autofocus system and Dual Pixel CMOS AF. In fact, according to Canon, the new DSLR is its most powerful EOS to-date.

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Microsoft buys Minecraft studio but promises cross-platform

Microsoft buys Minecraft studio but promises cross-platform

Microsoft is buying Minecraft developer Mojang, bringing the team behind the massively popular franchise into Microsoft Studios, and taking over the reins at the game. The deal, which is expected to close in late 2014, is worth a whopping $2.5bn, Microsoft said today; however, those players worried about what this could mean for their favorite block-building game shouldn't worry, it seems.

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