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Upleaks shares Moto 360S and Moto 360L screen & lug sizes ahead of IFA

The new Moto 360 — scheduled to be unveiled in just a few days — has seen plenty of leaks over the last few weeks.

Federal Agent Pleads Guilty To Obstruction And Money Laundering In Silk Road Case

 U.S. Secret Service special agent Shaun W. Bridges of Laurel, Maryland, pleaded guilty today before the U.S.

GearBest: Pre-Order Doogee F5 For Only $139.99

When it comes to offering value for money in the smartphone world, there can be little arguing with how Chinese manufacturers are leading the way.

Hive Jump bringing bright and colorful alien slaughter to Wii U in 2016

See full gallery on TechnoBuffalo It seems everywhere I turn the last few weeks, Kickstarter games I backed are finally climbing back into the limelight.

Microsoft accused of adding spy features to Windows 7, 8

Windows' network activity continues to be scrutinized amid privacy concerns. Windows 10 was first put under the microscope with both new and old features causing concern.

New US Trademark Hints At Upcoming LG G4 Note

LG has been reportedly working on a new variant to the hugely popular LG G4, which was released just a little over four months ago in April.

New Horex VR6 bound for Frankfurt Motor Show world premiere

Horex has announced that the new VR6 motorcycle will make its highly anticipated debut at the 66th International Motor Show in Frankfurt on September 15.

Sale of buried Atari cartridges nets over $107,000

The never-ending saga of the Atari 2600 E.T. cartridges that were famously buried (and later unearthed) in Alamogordo, New Mexico continues to benefit the small town.

City of Chicago sues red light camera maker Redflex for more than $300 million

Red light cameras in Arizona. Robert Couse-Baker The city of Chicago has joined a lawsuit against Redflex, an Australian company that sold the city red light cameras starting in 2003.

Google promises to dramatically shrink 4K bandwidth with upcoming VP10 video codec

Google is working on a new open-source video codec, VP10, that should shrink the amount of bandwidth required for 4K video to half that of VP9, and a quarter of Apple's current preferred compression format, H.264.

Turns out the Moto 360 does successfully pair with the iPhone

See full gallery on TechnoBuffalo The major caveat of today’s Android Wear news is the fact that only the Watch Urbane and a few other upcoming smartwatches will work with the iPhone.

Apple goes Hollywood? Interest rumored in original programming

All signs point to the debut of a new Apple TV in our soon-to-be-immediate future, with the latest rumors suggesting that this new souped-up version with Siri integration, app support, and a new remote interface is just about to join its predecessor in Apple’s stores.

Mobile + web apps: It’s all about the blend

GUEST: Business users shift multiple times a day between computers and mobile devices, so it’s not surprising that the winning business applications have figured out how to seamlessly blend the experiences by relying on persistent underlying data living in the cloud.

Motorola Moto G 1st and 2nd Gen Android update news

The Moto G 2013 Android 5.0 Lollipop update is rolling out and the first builds of Android 5.0.2 have already begun appearing, including in the UK.

Phone Comparisons: Samsung Galaxy S6 vs OnePlus 2

Introduction Do we have a good one for you today – the newly refined and beautiful Samsung Galaxy S6 goes up against the new, well-built, low-priced OnePlus 2.  Here we have two flagships, one from South Korea and one from China vying to win this specification comparison, however, whenever a phone from China is involved, we also have to consider the price of the device.  Does the Galaxy S6 have enough ‘extras’ to make it worth that extra price tag or is the OnePlus 2 such a value that it cannot be passed up?

FAA beta testing B4UFLY smartphone app to keep drone pilots informed

Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), or drones, have quickly gained popularity with the public. And as is so often the case with rapidly advancing technologies, it can be hard for the public to know legally what they can and can't do with the technology – or in the case of drones, where they can and can't fly.

The 10 Best Articles You Don’t Want to Miss from Last Week

There were so many interesting roundups and unique product reviews posted last week that it was difficult to narrow down a list of the top 10 articles from August 24-28.

Apple Eyes Move Into Original Programming

The moment the media and technology industries have been expecting for years may finally be arriving: Apple is exploring getting into the original programming business.

Xenoblade Chronicles X Special Edition detailed by Nintendo

See full gallery on TechnoBuffalo Nintendo and the Wii U these days are in full hype mode for Super Mario Maker, which is shaping up to be one of the best and biggest pieces of software of the year.

Smaller Nintendo 3DS Will Be Making Its Way Stateside

Last year Nintendo announced two new consoles in the form of the Nintendo 3DS and 3DS XL. These are basically upgraded versions of the existing handheld console, but the company only chose to launch the XL version in the US.