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Catch up with Google I/0 2014 keynote and videos

Catch up with Google I/0 2014 keynote and videos

The end of June was definitely a wild one for the Android world. Google held it's annual I/O conference where the company's execs and developers detailed the next roadmap for Google's products. But in case you didn't have the luck to be there yourself, or didn't even have the time to follow the events as they unfolded, now you can get updated with the latest news and trends in Google's world now that the I/O 2014 videos are up for grabs.

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WWDC 2014: Rumor roundup ahead of the keynote

WWDC 2014: Rumor roundup ahead of the keynote

As we wait for the WWDC Keynote speech to start, a few rumors have caught our eye. Though Apple likes to keep the world in a holding pattern until they’re ready to tell us what is really going on, some interesting tidbits of info have come pouring out. It seems this year’s WWDC may not be as much about hardware as it has been in years past, but the software should be pretty special.

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Microsoft CES return with no keynote plans

Microsoft CES return with no keynote plans

Microsoft hasn't had a major presence at CES since 2012. The software giant pulled out of the largest technology conference in the United States and said that its "product news milestones" didn't coincide with the timing of CES. The company has traditionally had one of the largest booths at CES, but that space was taken over by Chinese firm Hisense this year.

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PlayStation 4 specs dropped by Sony at Tokyo Game Show keynote

PlayStation 4 specs dropped by Sony at Tokyo Game Show keynote

We're here at the Tokyo Game Show, where Sony just held its "Life with PlayStation 4" keynote, dropping a bunch of details on its next-generation console's specifications, as well as info on its some of the PS4's exclusive games and the "gaming experience" as a whole. Joining in the keynote was head Shuhei Yoshida, as well as Sony president Andrew House and the division president Masayasu Ito.

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NSA director gives PRISM primer in tense Black Hat keynote

NSA director gives PRISM primer in tense Black Hat keynote

Only a handful of National Security Agency staff have the power to run checks on the US phone records list, NSA director Keith Alexander claimed today at the Black Hat keynote, facing an at-times vocal crowd at the annual security conference. Attempting to challenge widespread assumptions that the NSA has carte-blanche by the courts to monitor, phone-tap, and generally carry out intrusive surveillance against anybody they wish, General Alexander said he had first hand experience of how reluctant to grant approval the courts could actually be, describing the process as "wire brushings".

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Nintendo E3 2013 keynote presentation recounted: franchise after franchise

Nintendo E3 2013 keynote presentation recounted: franchise after franchise

As titans like Microsoft and Sony brought forth new waves of games for their next-generation consoles coming later this year, Nintendo brought on an E3 2013 presentation with franchise continuations for the console they'd already had on the market for months: Wii U. Showing up via live video feed from Nintendo headquarters in Kyoto, President and CEO of Nintendo Satoru Iwata spoke on the future of the Nintendo Wii U, 3DS, and all games in-between. Super Smash Brothers, Mario Kart, and Monolith Soft bring the power to this conference.

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WWDC 2013 keynote video available for replay: OS X Mavericks, iOS 7 on tap [UPDATE]

WWDC 2013 keynote video available for replay: OS X Mavericks, iOS 7 on tap [UPDATE]

Less than an hour after its completion, Apple has delivered the entirety of its 2013 WWDC keynote address in video form, available for the replay for all those who didn't watch in the first place. This presentation includes the introduction of OS X Mavericks (aka OS X 10.9) to the public along with iOS 7, a significant redesign in the way Apple's mobile operating system looks and functions.

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