Beats headphones aren’t exactly beloved in the audiophile community and yet Dr. Dre’s company still gets away with charging an obscene $300 per pair for its Beats Studio Headphones.

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Why Beats headphones are so ridiculously overpriced

Kickstarter has become a wonderful way to watch hilariously deluded people fail to achieve their completely ridiculous dreams. Thanks to the dedicated crew at Reddit’s /r/shittykickstarters community, we’ve found for more incredible anti-gems for you to check out that will hopefully never find enough suckers to get successfully funded.

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4 hilariously awful Kickstarters that you will not believe are real

After numerous reports revealed that the Motorola Shamu is actually the next Nexus smartphone , and that the Nexus 6 smartphone may be quietly released as the Nexus X later this year , Phone Arena has discovered even more proof that Motorola is indeed working on such a device. Continue reading…

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Even more proof that Motorola is making the next Nexus smartphone

In light of this weekend’s  massive celebrity photo leak , mobile security is bound to be a major topic of discussion in the weeks to come.

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This iPhone case makes it easier than ever for thieves to steal your ATM PIN

One of the most interesting features of iOS 8 – at least to some potential iPhone buyers – is support for third-party keyboards , which Apple is ready to introduce for the first time ever. Once iOS 8 is officially released following the  iPhone 6 announcement next week, various third-party keyboards will likely be launched in the App Store, including one particular app that’s already popular on Android devices.

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Awesome Android keyboard coming to iOS 8 to make your iPhone 6 seem even bigger

Google’s upcoming Nexus 9 tablet is yet to be confirmed, but the high-end HTC -made tablet keeps appearing in more and more reports . Also known as Volantis, Flounder or HTC T1, the device is expected to arrive in the coming months, likely alongside a new Nexus smartphone in time for the Android L launch

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Leak reveals HTC Nexus 9 launch details and accessories

We’ve all seen photos of the new spaceship-like headquarters Apple is building in Cupertino, California right now, but none of us have seen it quite like this. YouTube user “jmcminn” last week posted a video he shot using a DJI Phantom 2 “drone” equipped with a  GoPro Hero 3+ video camera

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You HAVE to see this: Drone captures amazing bird’s-eye view video of Apple’s new spaceship campus

Given how not-so-well most smartwatches have sold so far , Apple would have to be crazy to charge $400 for the iWatch unless it brought something truly new to the table… right? Re/code’s sources say that Apple execs “have discussed charging around $400 for the company’s new wearable device” although that’s apparently just one of many price points under consideration for different device types

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Would you pay $400 for an iWatch?

After a massive breach that saw hackers steal nude pictures and videos from phones belonging to various celebrities , fingers have been pointed at Apple’s iCloud as the potential point of access. Now, various reports have emerged detailing the way these phones may have been obtained, and revealing Apple’s involvement in the process

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Here’s how all those celebrity nudes might have been stolen

Because you can never have enough apps in your life, we’ve decided to comb through a recent thread of new Android app recommendations over at Reddit’s Android community and pluck out the best gems for your enjoyment. Some of these apps have been out for a while but some of them are brand new so don’t be shocked if they come with bugs. That said, they’re all highly rated and you can be sure the developers will issue patches to fix any reported issues people may find.

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5 more awesome Android apps you may not have heard of