Hennessey gives the 2015 Cadillac Escalade some supercharged muscle

Hennessey Performance has announced the HPE550 Supercharged upgrade for the 2015 Cadillac Escalade, which uses the aforementioned forced induction to create 557 hp and some confused Range Rover drivers.

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Preview: Hacking, shooting, and plowing through the future Chicago in Watch Dogs

Ubisoft’s open-world hacking-based title with an action twist hits multiple platforms on May 27, 2014. He had the chance to try it out and get a sense of what to expect as you make your way through a digital Chicago.

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Xbox One set for September 4 release in Japan

Microsoft announced a September 4 release for the Xbox One in Japan, with regional launches in 26 countries overall expected for that month.

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Minecraft update lets you customize your world for the first time

The forthcoming version 1.8 update for Minecraft adds three pages worth of world customization options for players to tweak before they start a new game. We can sum up why that’s awesome in two words: LAVA OCEANS.

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No joke: You can time travel using Google Street View

Google has added time travel to Street View. Well, virtually, that is. You can now look at past images for a particular location, as far back as 2007. The feature is available in the desktop version of Google Maps.

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Dragon Age: Inquisition Deluxe Edition bonuses revealed

Electronic Arts reveals all of the bonus goodies that players will receive when they fork over extra dollars for the Deluxe Edition of Dragon Age: Inquisition.

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NYC startup Casper delivers king-size mattresses in golf-bag-sized boxes

Casper’s mattresses are made from a specially-engineered type of foam that can be compressed and vacuum-sealed for shipping, but will expand and support your weight once it’s out of the packaging.

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Sorry antique shoppers, Subaru won’t build a 2015 WRX wagon

Subaru is closely associated with wagons and hatchbacks, but the 2015 WRX and STI won’t be offered with tailgates. Subaru says developing a second body style would be too expensive.

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Lensbaby to bring Sweet Spot creative focus mobile lens to Android devices

By popular demand, Lensbaby adds an Android version of its Sweet Spot Lens for mobile devices to its Kickstarter campaign. Originally designed for the iPhone, Android users need not feel neglected. However, there are some differences.

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Unreal Engine 4 powers Star Trek Voyager virtual reality demo

Developer Thomas Kadlec’s Starship Bridge Demo gives Oculus Rift owners the opportunity to explore the bridge of Captain Janeway’s ship from Star Trek Voyager.

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Latest LG trademark suggests the G Watch won’t be their only smartwatch

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LG’s first smartwatch will be the Android Wear-donning LG G Watch, but that might not be the only one by the South Koean on tap for an eventual release. A new trademark over at the USPTO tells of an “LG W Watch,” listed under the typical categories of fitness apparatuses and devices that communicate with your smartphone.

The trademark doesn’t deliver any other information, though that’s hardly a surprise with these things. With that, we’re left up to our own imagination to figure out what, exactly, is coming.

The focus on fitness would suggest the device might not be quite as big as the G Watch, and instead will be a Gear Fit-like option for those needing a good workout companion. If not that, then we imagine LG could look to create a more affordable option that doesn’t have as many bells and whistles as their flagship unit might.

All of this talk is still premature, though — at this point we’d be happy to see the LG G Watch rolled into town before the summer months drag on (which rumors say will happen as soon as July).

New Google Maps Street View feature lets you travel back in time

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Street View at its core is already a fun way to pass a good half hour, and now Google’s made it even more interesting. They’ve introduced a new “time travel” feature that’ll let you see what a particular Street View image looked like several years back. The feature obviously won’t cover every single Street View image available, but Google’s offering up some special time lapses.

Whether it’s the construction of the Freedom Tower in NYC, the difference between winter and summer on an iconic Italian road or the construction of Brazil’s stadium for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, you’ll be able to access a time lapse with images dating back to 2007 to see how it’s changed over time.

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There might be some other surprises waiting to be explored, but these are the only ones Google saw fit to mention. You’ll know you can go back in time on photo if it has a clock icon in the upper left corner, so get over there and explore.

[via Google]

Amazon Prime Instant Video to get exclusive access to treasure trove of HBO content

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Suddenly, Amazon’s recent price hike for Amazon Prime makes a whole lot of sense. The company has just announced a multi-year deal with HBO that will deliver much of the cable network’s past content to Amazon Prime Instant Video users. The library is pretty impressive to start, with the first content scheduled to drop as early as May 21st. Here’s what you can look forward to in the near-immediate future:

  • The Sopranos
  • Six Feet Under
  • The Wire
  • Big Love
  • Deadwood
  • Eastbound & Down
  • Family Tree
  • Enlightened
  • Treme
  • early seasons of Boardwalk Empire and True Blood,
  • mini-series like Band of Brothers and John Adams

Of noteworthy mention is the fact that more current HBO hits — such as Veep and The Newsroom — are currently missing, though Amazon says shows from newer series will be available for streaming approximately 3 years after their original airing date.

Notice I didn’t mention Game of Thrones? Because the press release didn’t make mention it either, leading us to believe that HBO hasn’t include their most popular show since the Sopranos in this deal.

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That’s not confirmed, though, so we’ll be reaching out to Amazon and HBO to see if we can get a beeline on its whereabouts. Don’t hold your breath waiting for it to come, though — they do have to keep something to get people to stay subscribed to their premium offering.

All told, Amazon Prime probably isn’t worth HBO Go alone but if you’re already a subscriber and you’ve accepted the price hike, then this is a nice added bonus that should bring much entertainment to your living room.

On a slightly related note, if you have an Amazon Fire TV you’ll be happy to know that they’ve finally confirmed the arrival of an HBO Go app. No word on its arrival date just yet, but we imagine it won’t take longer than what it’ll take for the shows mentioned above to be made available for Prime users.

[via Amazon]

More Samsung Galaxy K (Galaxy S5 Zoom) pictures leak, and it doesn’t look bad

Samsung is gearing up to announce a follow-up to last year’s Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom next week, and more new photos of the thing have leaked. We don’t get any front-side shots of the Samsung Galaxy K, though we imagine those who are interested in this are more concerned about what’s sitting on the back.

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That nice, big zoom sensor is right where it should be, and while it doesn’t fit flush inside the rest of the chassis, it looks a lot more natural than the wavy shape of last year’s model.

The device appears to be sporting some sort of clear case in these photos. We’re assuming that’s not standard with the device as the first leaked shot of this thing didn’t have such a case. It looks bulky because of it, but the device actually seems to have the slim form factor Samsung is expected to promise.

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Not in the know about what they’re announced April 29th? Here’s everything we know about its specs so far:

  • 4.8-inch Super AMOLED 720p display
  • Samsung Exynos 5 5260 hexa-core processor
  • 2GB of RAM
  • 20-megapixel camera with 10x optical zoom and Xenon flash
  • 2-megapixel front-facing camera
  • Android 4.4.2 KitKat.

Not the most ground-breaking device in terms of performance, but we imagine those interested in this device only care about the imaging equipment attached to its backside. All eyes will be on Singapore next week, so circle back for the full details once they’re finally made available.

[Baidu via SamMobile]

Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 available in the US May 1st, pre-orders begin tomorrow starting at $199

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Quick heads-up for those of you looking to get one of Samsung’s latest affordable tablets from the Galaxy Tab line. They have announced that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 will be available in the United States starting May 1st, with pre-sales for the new slates opening up as early as tomorrow morning.

This line comes in at three size options — a 7-inch version will run you $199, 8.0 runs you $270, and 10.1 runs you $350. The devices don’t quite stack up to Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro or Note Pro lineup, but for those prices you are getting some very decent internals:

  • 1.2GHz quad-core processor
  • 1.5GB of RAM
  • 1280 x 800 resolution
  • 16GB of internal storage (8GB option available for 7-inch variant)
  • 3 megapixel rear camera, 1.3 megapixel front camera
  • WiFi N, Bluetooth 4.0 and GPS w/ GLONASS
  • Android 4.4 KitKat

Where to buy it? You’ll have to fancy either Samsung.com, Amazon.com, Best Buy, Fry’s, Office Depot, OfficeMax, PC Richard and Son, Sears, or Tiger Direct if you want to buy one. Not a bad set of retailers.

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Samsung also reminded us that 4G-equipped versions of these devices will be headed to all 4 major carriers starting this summer, though exact size options will vary from carrier to carrier.

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