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Kyocera teases durable yet affordable Sapphire Shield display

Kyocera teases durable yet affordable Sapphire Shield display

Many iPhone fans are waiting with bated breath to see if Apple's next smartphone will indeed sport that much desired sapphire glass display. It seems, however, that whether or not the iPhone 6 boasts this material is no longer relevant to Kyocera's business plans. The Japanese electronics manufacturer has just put up a video teaser, claiming that it has more street creds to make sapphire displays not just a reality but also a financially feasible option.

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Star Wars Episode IV recreated using Minecraft

Star Wars Episode IV recreated using Minecraft

Star Wars fans revisit the film franchise often, and we’d bet a few of them even play Minecraft. Some recreate scenes from the movie using Minecraft, but one user has gone all out. Rather than create scenes or crowd-source footage using Minecraft, someone has recreated the entire film.

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OnePlus One to get a taste of nature on July 22

OnePlus One to get a taste of nature on July 22

Even while its smartphone is still a no-show in markets everywhere, OnePlus is already teasing the public about the things that it still can't get their hands on. With a simple "Knock on wood" phrase carved into a wooden background, OnePlus is teasing what could be the arrival of wood back covers for the smartphone on 22 July.

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ASUS teases something “incredible” in new video

ASUS teases something “incredible” in new video

ASUS is teasing something “incredible”, but offer little in the way of an actual look at what the device is. Their teaser video, which you can see below, also shows off some low-tech stuff, at least until the end. With Computex around the corner, it seems the Taiwanese company may have something small up their sleeves.

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This War of Mine plays the battlezone as civilians

This War of Mine plays the battlezone as civilians

A new game, This War of Mine, aiming to tell the story of a warzone from the perspective of a civilian trapped in it, has been revealed, with developers 11 Bit Studio challenging first-person shooter convention. Billed as a game of survival, where "in war, not everyone is a soldier", development of This War of Mine was triggered by a real-life story the developers saw about an actual survivor in a besieged city, and the challenges he faced.

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