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Blizzard confirms plans to launch the Android phone and iPhone versions of Hearthstone, the card-collecting multiplayer game set in the World of Warcraft universe, in early 2015. The post Smaller screen, bigger audience: Hearthstone heads to iPhone, Android phones in 2015 appeared first on Digital Trends.

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The McLaren P1 GTR track car may not be quite as fast as a Formula One car, but its steering wheel has almost as many buttons. The track-only GTR will be unleashed on an unsuspecting world next year. The post While not fast as an F1 car, McLaren’s P1 GTR’s steering wheel has almost as many buttons appeared first on Digital Trends.

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The iWallet is billed as the first biometrically secured wallet, using a fingerprint scanner as a lock and key. In this video, we show the iWallet in action, and talk about how it uses Bluetooth to make sure you never leave it behind. The post This biometric wallet keeps your cash and cards locked behind your fingerprint appeared first on Digital Trends.

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The first teaser trailer for the upcoming Avengers: Age Of Ultron movie will debut after the October 28 episode of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC. The post Ready for a first look at Avengers: Age of Ultron? Watch Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. next week appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Eager to incentivize computer fans to build new systems or upgrade using A-Series APUs, AMD has announced pre-Black Friday discounts on a number of chips. The post Black Friday kicks off early with hefty discounts on AMD chips appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Depending on whom you ask, augmented engine noises are either blasphemous or completely irrelevant. In this edition of Road Rave, we’ll break down the different systems of each manufacturer and discuss how they reflect back on them. The post Road Rave: Like the catchy pop-song hook, synthetic engine noises are playing on repeat appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Barnes & Noble has announced a larger version of its Galaxy Tab 4 Nook tablet, this time coming equipped with a 10.1-inch touchscreen. Still based on a Samsung tablet, it comes with $200 worth of free B&N digital content. The post Barnes & Nobles’ 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab 4 Nook boasts that bigger is better appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Much to Rick Ross’ dismay, the Maybach brand is dead. Mercedes-Benz is planning to partially revive the moniker next month, however, with a Maybach-badged S-Class debuting at the LA Auto Show. The post Maybach is back: Mercedes to revive luxury moniker with stretched S-Class at LA Auto Show appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Microsoft's long overdue rebranding of Nokia's mobile division may be about to begin, and it could all start with the company's social networking sites becoming known as Microsoft Lumia pages. The post Watch out for new Microsoft Lumia branding replacing the classic Nokia name soon appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Google on Tuesday announced support for Security Key for its Web services. The Mountain View company promises that the system, which uses a special USB stick, will provide stronger online protection for "particularly security-sensitive" individuals. The post Google improves account security with special USB key appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Nokia Networks has been working on a new feature set which could add several benefits to devices connected to 3G networks around the world, including more battery life, faster browsing, and quicker call connections. The post Nokia’s not dead, tests new battery and speed boosting features to prove 3G isn’t either appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Mad Men? Breaking Bad? Sons of Anarchy? You might not like to admit it, but our current system of bundled, overpriced cable packages helped birth some of television’s best shows. The post None of your favorite shows would have existed in an a la carte cable world appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Vine has rolled out another update for the iOS version of the popular short-video app. This latest one lets you easily follow channels via a new "+" button, as well as share videos straight from Photos and other apps. The post Vine update for iOS lets you follow channels and post straight from Photos app appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Motorola has started to send out a software update to the Moto 360 smartwatch, which adds several new features, including a very welcome battery saving mode, designed to make the most of the last remaining amount of power. The post Latest Moto 360 software helps make the most out of the battery appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Google is leading a $542 million funding round in Miami-based startup Magic Leap. The secretive firm is thought to be developing highly advanced AR headgear that offers a "jaw-dropping" 3D experience, according to one investor who's tried it out. The post Google leads major investment in Magic Leap, creator of ‘jaw-dropping’ AR tech appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Probably not the last retailer to suffer a massive breach of credit card data this year, office supply chain Staples is looking into the loss of consumer payment information and significant fraudulent activity. The post Staples is the latest company to announce a credit card data breach appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Despite the fact that it looks like a regular 9-volt battery from the outside, the Roost smart battery let you connect your smoke alarm to your Wi-Fi network The post The Roost smart battery adds smartphone connectivity to your oldschool smoke alarm appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Today’s first responders rely more on grit and experience than tech, but a new type of suit, codenamed Apex, could help deliver life-saving intel to these these brave men and women through wearable technology. The post With the next-gen Apex suit, running into a fire has never been smarter appeared first on Digital Trends.

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HP is allegedly primed to unleash a computer called Sprout, which combines a PC, with a projector, and a 3D scanner. Learn more here. The post HP’s Sprout allegedly melds a PC, projector, a 3D scanner, and could create amazing things appeared first on Digital Trends.

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The first new Windows 10 Technical Preview build since its release has been launched. Learn more about what's new here. The post Microsoft gives life to the Action Center in the newest Windows 10 build appeared first on Digital Trends.

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James Bond has driven a lot of cool cars over the course of his storied career, but few are more iconic than the Lotus Esprit submarine from 1977’s The Spy Who Loved Me. A prop car from the film has just been put up for sale for $1 million. The post Need to evade some baddies? James Bond’s Lotus Esprit submarine is on eBay for $1 million appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Apple acknowledges iCloud hacking in China, but says its servers are safe. The man-in-the-middle attack aims to compromise the credentials of iCloud users. The post Apple acknowledges iCloud hacking in China, but says its servers are safe appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Flickr's new "Park or Bird" analyzes a photo to tell you if it was photographed in a national park, and if it contains a bird. It seems useless, but it demonstrates the work Flickr's computer vision team is putting into image search. The post Flickr’s simple ‘Park or Bird’ tool is actually a demo of complex image recognition appeared first on Digital Trends.

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For its first take on a portable Bluetooth speaker, B&W pulls out all the stops, offering premium technology leveraged from its award winning speaker line-up, with a premium price to match. The post Bluetooth goes blueblood with B&W’s pricey new T7 portable speaker appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Likely a publicity stunt, Chinese mobile carrier China Unicom hired a tailor that offers to enlarge your pocket to fit the iPhone 6 Plus. Such a stunt isn't new, as a mobile carrier in the Netherlands did the same thing last month. The post Worried the iPhone 6 Plus won’t fit in your pants? Let carriers enlarge your pocket! appeared first on Digital Trends.

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