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This Iron Throne iPhone case is the hottest accessory in Westeros

Love “Game of Thrones” and hate comfort? Then this iPhone case is for you! By cleverly using sword-shaped toothpicks this will turn your smartphone into a mini Iron Throne.

Philips launches affordable 28? 4K monitor for $599

Philips is launching a budget-oriented 28-inch 4K monitor (3840 x 2160 pixel resolution). The company’s asking price for the high-resolution monitor is $599/€599, making it one of the most affordable 4K displays out there.

Google updates Search and Play Music apps

Google has launched updates for its Search and Play Music apps, bringing some additional features that won’t remain unappreciated.

Xiaomi Mi 3 hands-on

Xiaomi’s Mi 3 has had a long trek westward to our studios, but finally the device has made its way here and we’re ready to give the popular Chinese smartphone our full review treatment.

Internet Explorer beefs up its security against plug-ins

Sure, your web browser might be secure, but the same cannot always be said for web plug-ins.

Facebook Messenger now supports Android Wear

Looks like WhatsApp isn’t the only messaging service that’s supporting Android Wear.

Android L smartphones may support multiple user accounts

Google might bring support for multiple users to smartphones with Android L. The feature was somewhat confirmed by a Google project member in an official developer forum.

Timex Ironman One GPS+ standalone smartwatch announced

If you thought the $299 Samsung Gear 2 smartwatch was expensive, then you definitely won’t like what Timex, Qualcomm, and AT&T have partnered up to bring you. The Timex Ironman One GPS+ smartwatch that resulted from the cooperation of these three companies is set to arrive this fall, and it will cost a whopping $399.95. […]

The revamped Foursquare app is now out for iOS and Android

The new Foursquare app, which was detailed back in July, has finally gone live in both the iTunes App Store for iOS as well as the Google Play Store for Android.

China takes Apple devices off its government’s procurement list

China has reportedly ousted Apple devices from its government’s official procurement list. This means that the company’s wares can no longer be purchased by Chinese institutions using public money.