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Reddit launches an iOS app for its popular Ask Me Anything posts

venturebeat.com — Love Reddit's Ask Me Anything (AMA) posts, but don't want to deal with the tsunami of other content on Reddit? Starting today, you've finally got a solution. Reddit has just released a new mobile app for iOS that focuses entirely on its AMA posts.
Sep 02, 2014

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The best iPhone 6 leak yet: Here's a hands-on video using assembled parts

venturebeat.com — Short of actually showing off a real iPhone 6, this is our best look yet at what Apple may be cooking up for next week. Russian YouTuber Rozetked put together a variety of purported iPhone 6 parts and ended up with something that doesn't look far off from a final product.
Sep 02, 2014

RT @VentureBeat: The best iPhone 6 leak yet: Here's a hands-on video using assembled parts wp.me/p1re2-6tgw by @devindra pic.twitter.com/OpEyPZnt08

OnLive brings cloud games to new Philips-branded Android TVs in Europe

venturebeat.com — OnLive hopes to expand its cloud-gaming efforts in Europe in a deal being announced today by TP Vision, which has taken over the venerable Philips name in the television business. Under the deal, OnLive will be preinstalled as a cloud-gaming service on new Android-based models of Philips-branded smart TVs, which will be released in Europe in 2014 and beyond.
Sep 02, 2014

OnLive brings cloud games to new Philips-branded Android TVs in Europe venturebeat.com/2014/09/02/onl… via @GamesBeat

Red pandas and armor sets: Meet the artists who earn their living creating Dota 2 items

venturebeat.com — Dota 2 is a game played by millions of people worldwide, but it's also home to a committed group of artists who create and sell unique content for its many heroes through the Dota Workshop.
Sep 02, 2014

Red pandas and armor sets: Meet the artists who earn their living creating Dota 2 items venturebeat.com/2014/09/02/red… via @GamesBeat