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Nintendo PlayStation SNES up for auction with current bids over $200,000

The man, the myth, the legend. It can all be yours… for a couple hundred thousand.

What you need to know Sony and Nintendo once collaborated on an unreleased console. A prototype of the Nintendo PlayStation is now up for auction. Current bids stand at over $ 200,000 and only keep rising.

This is something you won’t be able to buy with any spare change lying around. The historic Nintendo PlayStation console, what was supposed to be  [Read More…]

Samsung offering up to $200,000 bounty for reporting security weaknesses

Security is taken with the upmost importance on Android with monthly security updates to ensure consumers aren’t left vulnerable. With Samsung as one of the biggest smartphone manufactures it inherently has one of the biggest responsibilities and influences when it comes to security. Samsung is launching a Mobile Security Rewards program that will reward those who […]

Samsung checked 200,000 Galaxy Note 7s to figure out cause of battery fires

The information is in, and we know why the Galaxy Note 7 caught on fire.

Samsung has announced the official results of its Galaxy Note 7 fire investigation and, as expected — since the recalls in September and October, respectively — the phone’s battery was to blame.

The company compiled 200,000 phones and 30,000 separate batteries, employing 700 people dedicated to the cause, and found that neither the phone’s fast charging feature, nor its waterproofing, had any correlation  [Read More…]

Not even Android can save the BlackBerry PlayBook, has shipped just 200,000 units

BlackBerry Playbook

We’re going to let our pals at CrackBerry do the legwork on this one, but it’s a number that needs to be noted here: RIM just announced in its Q2 earnings call that it’s shipped just 200,000 BlackBerry PlayBook tablets — and that’s shipped, not sold — in three months. We care, of course, because RIM’s hacked a sort of Android emulator (they call it an “Android Player”) onto the thing. But at  [Read More…]