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Apple WWDC 2014 rumors making rounds; Dr.Dre, Jimmy Iovine likely to join Apple after Beats buyout

AppleWith Apple's WWDC 2014 event scheduled to kick off on June 2, rampant rumors are making rounds about all kinds of possible announcement by the tech giant.

Among the most noteworthy of these rumors is the news that Beats' co-founders - Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine - will be joining the Apple team after Apple's acquisition of the music company.

Sonos announce new "software solution" which makes its speaker completely wireless

SonosWireless speaker manufacturer Sonos has recently announced its plans to do away with one of the main drawbacks of its streaming music system --- the requirement of purchasing an extra 'Sonos Bridge' box.

Panasonic announces world’s first wearable camera – HX-A500

Panasonic announces world’s first wearable camera – HX-A500On Monday, Panasonic announced the world's first lightweight, strap-on camcorder - the HX-A500. The astounding 4K wearable camera is capable of shooting high-resolution videos at 25 frames per second.

Valve's next-gen Steam Machine controller retains haptic trackpads

ValveValve has recently unveiled the next-generation version of its prototype for the Steam Machine game controller; and is showing off the new controller at the 2014 Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.

Google Keyboard updated to version 3.0

GoogleGoogle has updated its very own Keyboard software to version 3.0; and is currently rolling out the updated version.

The updated Google Keyboard - which more specifically marks version 3.0.19373, comes with some minor yet noteworthy bug fixes and tweaks, including a dedicated 'ABC' button to switch from emoji.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 discounted to $330 via Amazon and Walmart

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 discounted to $330 via Amazon and WalmartOnline retailer Amazon and retail giant Walmart are offering an attractive bargain deal on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 tablet. The companies have reduced the cost of the $400-priced tablet by $70; and are now offering the tablet for $330.

The Amazon and Walmart bargain offer for the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 tablet underscores a fetching 18 percent discount on the device.

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