Does misery have a time signature? That’s what open-Internet advocacy group Public Knowledge is trying to find out with a new contest that asks participants to take audio recordings from various nightmarish Comcast customer service calls and mash them up into a remix that will presumably be danceable and catchy.

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Danse miserable: Group wants to make a funky remix of hellish Comcast calls

Xbox One owners have a lot to look forward to this fall, from a healthy supply of third-party releases to some huge console exclusives, but the one title that loyal Xbox fans can’t wait to pick up is Halo: The Master Chief Collection . With over 100 multiplayer maps and four complete campaigns, the collection is going to be one of the best deals of the holiday season, but the package doesn’t contain everything.

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Here are the 3 free games you’ll get on Xbox One and Xbox 360 in September

Amazing but true: Sprint really does seem to be stepping up its game when it comes to offering more value for customers. Sprint on Thursday announced that it will offer free Wi-Fi calling to customers who travel overseas and who call the United States, Puerto Rico or the Virgin Islands

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Sprint is offering a great way to save money on calls when you’re overseas

Hollywood hasn’t had much luck curtailing movie piracy over the past several years, but a new draft of anti-piracy legislation could be a frightening sign of things to come as studios and executives run out of options. TorrentFreak reports that the Australia Screen Association is heading up the draft, but Disney, Paramount, Sony, Universal and the Motion Picture Association are just a few of the other names attached to the legislation. Continue reading..

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Leak: Here’s Hollywood’s new plan to attack movie pirates

Dyson has published a short 25-second video teaser on YouTube that shows the company’s next product – or at least what that product is able to observe around it. Called the “ Dyson project N223,” the device should be unveiled on September 9th and it’s likely a robot vacuum cleaner whose only purpose will be to regularly clean your home rather than spying you at all times, as the video suggests.

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Teaser video suggests Dyson’s new robot vacuum cleaner may spy on you at all times

Over the last several years, there has been a paradigm shift in the gaming industry.

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PS4 and Xbox One are fighting back against mobile and PC gaming

A recent report has revealed that  the Windows app store filled with crappy apps and deceitful wannabe software that can trick the user into paying for an application that looks like the real thing . It also said Microsoft may be well aware of the situation, as the company both encouraged app developers to deliver Windows Store  apps in bulk, and manually approved them. It appears  Microsoft is well aware of its Windows Store problem indeed, and the company said on its Windows blog  that it will finally restore order to its Windows Store.

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Microsoft vows to clean up its crapware-infested Windows app store

It looks like the back-and-forth regarding whether or not there will be sapphire in the iPhone 6 display is going to continue until Apple finally answers the question once and for all on September 9th . 9to5Mac  shared an investment note on Wednesday from PTT Research Forensics stock analyst and GTAT investor Matt Margolis in which he claims that every 5.5-inch iPhone 6 will come with a sapphire display, but only high-end 4.7-inch models will get the sapphire treatment. Continue reading…

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Finding a sapphire iPhone 6 might be easier than you thought

Windows Phone diehards can deny it all they want, but the numbers don’t lie: The past year has been one of stagnation for their favorite platform. Following a report from IDC that showed Windows Phone shipments had actually declined year-over-year , we have another report from Kantar Worldpanel that shows Windows Phone’s growth for the past year has been largely stagnant at best

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Windows Phone is still going nowhere fast

Have you ever watched a James Bond or Mission Impossible movie and wondered if any of those absurd gadgets could actually be put to use in the real world? Well as it so happens, the spies on the silver screen aren’t too different from our own Central Intelligence Agency of the mid-1900s.

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You have to check out these crazy CIA spy gadgets from 50 years ago