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BBC iPlayer now gives you a month to catch up on programmes

Back in April, BBC Director General Tony Hall announced that as part of an iPlayer revamp, the default programme catch-up period would be extended from seven days to 30. It’s taken just over six months, but the BBC has now agreed the necessary terms…

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Xbox One to launch in China this month after all

Having just discovered that Halo’s Master Chief is actually Chinese, we were about to call out the irony of the Xbox One’s delayed launch in mainland China, but now we have some good news. According to our brethren over at Engadget Chinese, Microsoft…

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The All New Moto X Arrives Later This Month For $499.99 Unlocked

Screen Shot 2014-09-04 at 6.08.05 PM Motorola is updating its flagship Moto X, and it’s an improvement that makes one of the best deals in mobile even better, even if it doesn’t completely revolutionize what came before. The original Moto X was one of the best phones last year, and despite a change in the company’s ownership from Google to Lenovo, this new Moto X looks to be a worthy successor. Google’s… Read More

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iTunes Festival app arrives on Apple TV for London’s month of music

Apple’s annual month-long concert series in the UK kicks off next week, and to make sure that you’re properly equipped to stream the performances, there’s a new Apple TV app that’ll do just that. Starting Monday, September 1st with deadmau5 and…

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iTunes Festival app arrives on Apple TV for London’s month of music

Apple’s annual month-long concert series in the UK kicks off next week, and to make sure that you’re properly equipped to stream the performances, there’s a new Apple TV app that’ll do just that. Starting Monday, September 1st with deadmau5 and…

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Apple will reveal its wrist gadget next month, says Apple watcher John Gruber

One of the biggest mysteries in tech is on the cusp of being solved. Apple’s highly anticipated wearable device for the wrist will be shown off in September, according to the well sourced Apple observer John Gruber. Responding to aVerge story today on the Moto 360 charging dock, Gruber announced the gadget’s unveiling with characteristic understatement. “The only way this could get funnier would be if it doesn’t even ship until after Apple announces their wrist wearable thing next month,” he wrote on Daring Fireball. (It’s funny to Gruber because he thinks the Moto 360 has a “stupid flat-tire display shape.”)

This week, several outlets reported that Apple is planning to hold an event September 9th. We assume that’s the day we’ll see the…

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EA is letting Xbox One owners pay $5 a month to play all its best games

Electronic Arts has announced a new subscription service that gives Xbox One owners access to some of its biggest games for a small monthly fee. Called EA Access, the service is launching to select users in beta today, with a starting price of $ 4.99 per month or $ 29.99 per year. The company says EA Access will “launch for everyone on Xbox One soon.” Paying for the subscription will get you access to what EA calls its Vault, a collection of games you’ll have unlimited access to as long as you’re subscribed. During the beta, that will include a sampling of four titles — FIFA 14, Madden NFL 25, Peggle 2, and Battlefield 4 — though the company says more games will be added “soon.”

The service will also get you early access to some of EA’s…

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EA is letting Xbox One owners pay $5 a month to play all its best games

Electronic Arts has announced a new subscription service that gives Xbox One owners access to some of its biggest games for a small monthly fee. Called EA Access, the service is launching to select users in beta today, with a starting price of $ 4.99 per month or $ 29.99 per year. The company says EA Access will “launch for everyone on Xbox One soon.” Paying for the subscription will get you access to what EA calls its Vault, a collection of games you’ll have unlimited access to as long as you’re subscribed. During the beta, that will include a sampling of four titles — FIFA 14, Madden NFL 25, Peggle 2, and Battlefield 4 — though the company says more games will be added “soon.”

The service will also get you early access to some of EA’s…

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EA is letting Xbox One owners pay $5 a month to play all its best games

Electronic Arts has announced a new subscription service that gives Xbox One owners access to some of its biggest games for a small monthly fee. Called EA Access, the service is launching to select users in beta today, with a starting price of $ 4.99 per month or $ 29.99 per year. The company says EA Access will “launch for everyone on Xbox One soon.” Paying for the subscription will get you access to what EA calls its Vault, a collection of games you’ll have unlimited access to as long as you’re subscribed. During the beta, that will include a sampling of four titles — FIFA 14, Madden NFL 25, Peggle 2, and Battlefield 4 — though the company says more games will be added “soon.”

The service will also get you early access to some of EA’s…

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