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Attention photographers—Nikon users to be specific—we finally have some hard info on the much anticipated Nikon D4s, the new flagship professional camera in Nikon’s line-up. Nikon has made the new DSRL camera official with specs and a price tag, but let’s start with the specs, so the price tag will seem somewhat merited. Nikon D4s’ Key Features Revamped 16.2-MP FX-format sensor Improved light sensitivity: ISO range of 100–25,600 is extendable up to ISO 409,600 (equivalent). 11 FPS with AF: 11 fps in FX format with...

Madfinger Games, the developer behind popular mobile games like ShadowGun and Dead Trigger and Dead Trigger 2 have announced that their popular game, Dead Trigger 2, is available now on Facebook. Now you can play the first person, zombie survival game on your PC, Mac, desktop or laptap. Dead Trigger 2 already garners around 16 million players, but players now have the ability to play on a larger display than those found on tablets and smartphones. Dead Trigger 2 for facebook, like its counterparts, is free to play, so don’t hesitate...

Microsoft’s search for their new CEO to replace the outgoing Steve Ballmer, has finally been found in the 22-year company veteran, Satya Nadella. Nadella, 47, was selected from a group of other well-qualified candidates like Ford’s Alan Mulally, Google’s Sundar Pichai and even Stephen Elop, who will re-join the company after leading Nokia for the past two years. Nadella has been a crucial part of Microsoft for the past 22 years, he’s been a part of the company’s Bing team, Office team, Server and Tools team...

Just when things seemed to be turning around for Motorola and their smartphone business under the direction of Google, the search giant has gone and thrown a curve ball. Google announced late yesterday that they have reached an agreement with the Chinese PC manufacturer Lenovo to sell Motorola, some of its patents and all it’s Motorola and Moto trademarks for $2.91 billion. The transaction will feature some cash, some stock and a promissory note for the remainder. This is big news for a couple of reasons, first and foremost, Motorola...

Comedian Rob Riggle goes into training for the big game, as he gets ready to shoot a commercial for Ford. Tune in February 2 to learn the true meaning behind #nearlydouble. ...

The online-streaming music business is an already crowded space with services like Spotify, Rhapsody, Pandora and iTunes Radio to name a few, but as they say, there’s always room for one more. Dr Dre’s Beats brand has just launched Beats Music, another online streaming service pegged at $9.99 a month and access to a catalog of over 20 million songs. The service’s app launched first for iOS, but company has launched its Android counterpart today with a Windows Phone version coming soon. As previously mentioned the service...

When Sony announced that the PS4 wouldn’t be backward compatible, many gamers were understandably upset. Nobody wants to leave thousands of dollars of games from last-gen collecting dust. That’s where the newly announced PlayStation Now comes into play. PlayStation Now has been announced by Sony at CES 2014. It’s essentially a rebranded Gaikai, the cloud-based technology which Sony acquired in 2012 for $380 million. Although the investment was significant, what it brings to the table is convenience and accessibility....

We knew curved TV screens were going to be one of the hot new trends coming out of the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show — but what we hadn’t counted on was having user control over just how much curve your new mega-display would have. Not long after Samsung unveiled its whopping 105-inch curved Ultra HD TV Monday (with a questionable assist from Transformers director Michael Bay, no less), Samsung announced 55-, 65- and 78-inch versions of the curved 4K screens — as well as showing off an 85-incher that will display either curved...

As CES begins to kick off in a matter of hours (PST), there is a ton of new news on upcoming products and companies. One of those companies is Pebble, often considered the makers of the first “true” smartwatch. Pebble announced a teaser for CES and today it looks like we have a leaked image of their upcoming, new (?) smartwatch, the Pebble Steel. The new watch is basically the same as the old watch, internally, but the outside is now surrounded by metal and the display is covered in Corning’s Gorilla Glass, which should...

T-Mobile’s been teasing their upcoming announcement at their Uncarrier 4.0 event next week. Rumors have suggested that T-Mo will in some way, pay for or credit customers who still owe an early termination fee (ETF) at their current carrier in order for them to leave. While this plan would most likely work for customers on any carrier, T-Mobile, and its CEO John Legere, have been specifically targeting AT&T customers. Not to be out done, AT&T has fired back, today, with a new promotion of their own. The nation’s number...