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LG goofs with 8K iMac claim

LG goofs with 8K iMac claim

LG has potentially dropped itself in a tank-load of hot water, mistakenly putting words in Apple's mouth and claiming an 8K iMac launch has been confirmed for 2015. The goof comes as part of LG's pre-hyping for 8K UHD resolution - a whopping 7,680 x 4,320 - which it expects to succeed 4K resolution over the next few years, though so far only a single panel has been shown off publicly. So far, so good, but LG then goes on to assert that Apple has already committed to an iMac upgrade with an 8K panel sometime this year.

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Xperia Z4 images leak, show Z3 rehash

Xperia Z4 images leak, show Z3 rehash

Sony’s Xperia Z4, their lineal flagship champion, is edging toward release, according to a variety of leaks. We’ve seen some specs via benchmarks, which show the latest from Sony may not blow your mind. Once rumored to hit at MWC this year, Sony instead put the Z4 off, allegedly to capture our attention with a solo release instead of battling the MWC/post-CES rush. Much as the specs don’t wow us, these pics continue to suggest the hardware design is, well, uninspired.

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Moto 360 successor leaked to have 360×360 resolution

Moto 360 successor leaked to have 360×360 resolution

After its initial bout of fame, the Moto 360 has seemingly faded into the background, especially with the arrival of some pretty strong contenders. That's not to say that the Moto 360 has become any less the smartwatch darling that it was, but Motorola does need to step up a bit if it wants to stay on top. A successor to that smartwatch might already be in the works, as "accidentally" leaked last month. Now a new leak has come up claiming that the next Moto 360 will have a higher resolution screen.

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Dropbox note-taking service discovered in testing

Dropbox note-taking service discovered in testing

It looks like Dropbox is working on a note-taking service that could, perhaps, target Evernote users or those holdouts who want something easier to use than Evernote. It doesn't have an official name, but is referred to as Composer in its URL, and it features a couple references to "Notes". There's nothing official about it yet, but the page where it resides -- featuring a couple different ways to log on -- is still live, and rather than the error some users were previously getting, it now has a way to email an invite request.

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A ton of HTC One M9+ pics leak out ahead of April 8 debut

A ton of HTC One M9+ pics leak out ahead of April 8 debut

The One M9 flagship has yet to actually become available to all major sources, especially in the US, and yet HTC seems to be willing to make a gamble by having yet another One M9 so close to launch. The company's "More than One" event, scheduled next week, is expected to show case the puzzling One M9 Plus, or One M9+ or One M9pt, whichever name it decides to go with. But even before that day comes, the smartphone is again being leaked almost to death, at least as far as renders are concerned.

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Netflix tipped in near-deal for ‘Full House’ series reboot

Netflix tipped in near-deal for ‘Full House’ series reboot

Netflix is pushing for original content, and it has found a lot of success in doing so. According to a new rumor that has surfaced, part of that original content will involve rebooting your childhood favorites for a little nostalgic lure. Whether you consider Full House a childhood favorite is its own issue, but regardless it is going to be coming back -- at least if sources are correct -- and it'll apparently have the cringe-worthy title "Fuller House". Reportedly there is a 13-episode season just on the brink of becoming reality.

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HTC One M9+ render leaks out again, hints at fingerprint scanner

HTC One M9+ render leaks out again, hints at fingerprint scanner

While Samsung seems to be taking a breather just before the storm of launching its Galaxy S6 flagship worldwide, HTC seems to be still busy coming out with devices left and right, from all possible tiers. We just recently saw the appearance of the One E9+, ahead of the One E9 itself. And more than that, the "larger", though not really larger, sibling of the One M9 flagship is making a few rounds over the Internet again. And in the latest scoop, the One M9+ is said to sport a fingerprint scanner on what looks like a home button.

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HTC One E9+ phablet quietly revealed in China

HTC One E9+ phablet quietly revealed in China

After the number of accidental leaks spoiled HTC's announcement of the One M9, the company's latest flagship smartphone, you would think they would have learned to be a bit more careful or put a bit more effort into making a splash. Either HTC has yet to learn that lesson or we're looking at another unintentional reveal, but their new One E9+ phablet has just turned up on the company's Chinese website. While the device appears to be much the same as what was discovered earlier this month, albeit with a few small differences.

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FTC hits back; Google investigation integrity questioned again

FTC hits back; Google investigation integrity questioned again

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is coming out against statements made last week by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), as well as new claims that Google had used its political ties to the Obama administration to obtain a favorable outcome in the FTC investigation into alleged anti-trust and unfair internet search practices. The FTC states that such claims are unfounded and undermine the integrity of its investigation, while the WSJ is giving weight to the idea that anti-trust investigation might not have had much integrity on the FTC's part at all.

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Amazon Home Services briefly appears ahead of tipped launch

Amazon Home Services briefly appears ahead of tipped launch

An Amazon marketplace called "Amazon Home Services" briefly appeared today as a rebranded version of its "Amazon Local Services". It has since been pulled, but a source has cropped up to say that the service will be officially launching this upcoming Monday, and with that launch will come availability much larger than the previous limited Local availability. This includes major cities across the United States (from Boston to San Francisco and many in between), and more are reportedly in the pipeline for inclusion.

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