Update: The YouTube video was removed by the user, moments after we published this post; we have therefore removed the embedded player for now. Anybody care to leak another version?
Update: Thanks to an anonymous commenter, we have another version of the video for you in-line.
A photo and video of the yet-to-be-released Nokia Lumia 929 has been leaked by WPCentral forum member Falorin. The Windows Phone device appears scuffed and marked up, indicating Falorin has had it in his possession and been using it for some time now. The leak is a welcome sight for Lumia fans who were disappointed to find it did not appear as expected at Nokia World 2013 in Abu Dhabi last week.
A CNET reporter recently tracked down the meaning and nature of a barge moored to Treasure Island, a former Navy base in San Francisco Bay. The barge, which has been built up with shipping containers to resemble a floating, mostly windowless, four-story building, largely matches a Google patent for a floating data center filed in 2009. The investigative report corroborates widespread suspicions the secretive project realizes that patent.
The iPhone is rumored to come in three colors so far: white, black, and gold. But wait -- there seems to be another color making the rumor rounds. A grey, graphite, or gunmetal (whatever you want to call it) color for the iPhone 5S has leaked, pointing to the possibility of the new Apple phone getting four colors.
An image from Microsoft has leaked that reveals what appears to be an employee-only version of the Xbox One that's made in white. The console is blazoned in all white except for the side panels, and the controller sports a rather nice looking white and black combo that looks pretty sleek. The Kinect, however, remains black.
We were expecting to see a final version of Windows 8.1 hit this month, but it seems like Microsoft will be delaying the release period a bit. According to some insider tipsters, the final Windows 8.1 release won't see a public debut until sometime around mid-October, making the delay last almost two months.
We've been hearing a lot about BlackBerry's rumored A10, which has recently been dubbed the Z30 after getting an unofficial name change. We've seen photos of the new device, but a hands-on video of the device has been leaked, and it marks the latest time that we're seeing the Z30 in all its glory inside moving pictures.
Rumors have been popping up recently about what to expect in the next-generation Kindle Fire tablet series, and full specs for the next-gen entry-level Kindle Fire have been leaked, but it's nothing too special, other than that the new entry-level Kindle Fire will have the same internal guts as the current entry-level Kindle Fire HD.
Word has already gone around that a Nexus 10 reboot is heading our way in the near future, but while Samsung was responsible for the production of the 10-inch Google slate, it's rumored that ASUS will take over manufacturing and will become the sole manufacturer of Google's Android tablets.
Following Edward Snowden's NSA-related leaks, government intrusion into one's data via the technology that permeates our lives has been a hot-topic issue (again), spurring other leaks and anonymous statements of arguably less grand proportions. One such example is a report by The Wall Street Journal this evening, which spoke to former U.S. officials and sources familiar with technology they say the FBI uses to spy on suspects.