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Nintendo has put its "Quality of Life" (QOL) program on hold, as the video-game console maker does not have confidence to release the sleep tracker without further polishing. Nintendo's "Quality of Life" products were meant to have launched by the end of this March. "In regards to the Quality of...

Amazon-Spotify-012816.jpg Amazon's Chief Jeff Bezos is prepping up an online music streaming service touted to be a Spotify-killer. According to a report from the New York Post, Amazon plans to launch the music streaming service this fall. Although, Amazon already offers about a million tracks through its Prime Music service,...

Gogame-012816.jpg Yet another milestone has been carved in artificial intelligence research - with a computer program defeating a human professional player in the ancient game of Go, which is considered to be more complex than Chess.

Disney has filed an application with the Federal Aviation Administration for an exemption to fly drones at Disneyland and Walt Disney World. Disnely plans to use the drones to hold floating digital pixel screens called "flixels, which would be used for nightly entertainment shows, including fireworks...

Amazon Prime Air is the next big project being worked on by the online retailer. In an interview with Yahoo News, a top executive shared further details about its drone delivery system. Paul Misener, Amazon's vice president for global public policy, says Prime Air will deliver packages to customers...

xbox-snoopdogg-011416.jpg An outage of the Xbox Live network on Wednesday left thousands of gamers annoyed, but none could have been more vocal than rapper Snoop Dogg, who vented his anger at Microsoft and its founder Bill Gates. Dogg, an avid gamer, launched an expletive-laden tirade against Microsoft and Gates. He also threatened...

amazonprime-011316.jpg Here's some great news if you are an avid gamer as well as a Amazon Prime subscriber. Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) has started giving a 20 percent discount on newly released and upcoming games for its Prime subscribers. The discount is valid on games that are purchased within the first two weeks of...

fitbit-011316.jpg Fitbit Inc. has been hit with a class-action lawsuit in the New Year, accusing the wearable fitness device maker of false advertising regarding the heart-rate monitoring function in some of the company's products. Fitbit's legal woes have further mounted after an investor filed a securities class-action lawsuit against the company over alleged "fraud on the market".

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