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Cut the Rope 2

Cut the Rope 2 is both fun and challenging with new characters and game dynamics that make it a worthy sequel, but watch out for in-app purchases.

By 25 January 2014

4 stars Editors' rating 25 January 2014

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Why NASA's video feed cut away from that 'UFO'

Suspicions are spreading on YouTube and elsewhere that the space agency saw something odd in orbit that it might not want to share with the world. We went ahead and asked about it.

By 14 July 2016


Facebook cuts Paper app from its lineup

The world's largest social network initially created its Paper app to experiment with new ways to read Facebook. Two and a half years later, it's being shut down.

By 1 July 2016


Walgreens breaks up with Theranos for good

The drugstore chain has ended its collaboration with the floundering blood-testing company.

By 14 June 2016


This is the future: YouTuber uses drone to cut hair

A popular robotics vlogger and a computer hacker pair up to give a mannequin a haircut with a drone. Is this the feel-good story of the summer?

By 9 June 2016


Optus cuts EPL pricing, launches early-bird freebie for all customers

Customers who sign up before July 31 will get the first season of the English Premier League on their plan for no extra cost.

By 6 June 2016


How much can 30 minutes add? First peek at 'Batman v Superman' extended cut

The film's theatrical release wasn't a hit among critics -- can an extra 30 minutes turn everything around?

By 3 June 2016


Philips Hue's White Ambiance bulbs cut the colors (and the cost)

You can't change these LED bulbs to pink or green, but if you like to shift between soft white and daylight tones, you're in luck. Plus, they work with Siri.

By 2 June 2016


Cutting-edge CGI is bringing back acting, says 'Warcraft' star

"Warcraft" and "Planet of the Apes" star Toby Kebbell explains how his computer-generated orc was able to interact with other actors on set -- even when he was in his PJs.

By 29 May 2016


Microsoft cuts 1,850 jobs from smartphone hardware biz

Looks like Redmond is regretting its decision to purchase Nokia's handset business. Also, Twitter changes are coming. All that that and everything else you need to know in tech.

By 28 May 2016