Apple Watch pre-orders, a whole new look for OnePlus, and the return of the LHC. This is all the news and rumours you missed this weekend, and it's all on BitStream.
After a two-year hiatus (I wish I got that kind of holiday package), the Large Hadron Collider is ready for work. The European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) live blogged the startup process over the weekend until finally, on April 5, the organisation confirmed that LHC was, once again, up and running.
— CERN (@CERN) April 5, 2015
The LHC's largest scientific contribution to date is the discovery of the Higgs-Boson particle, a huge +1 for evidence supporting the Standard Model of physics. The last time LHC was working, it fundamentally changed the physics field. Who knows what could happen next. [NPR]
Picture: Luis Davilla/Getty Images
Apps and Devices
Apple Watch preorders will be available starting at 12.01am PDT on April 10. Prepare for a late night. [9to5Mac]
Were you a PS Vita early adopter? Get free stuff from PlayStation from a legal settlement if you bought Sony's handheld before June 2012. [Kotaku]
LG is showing off its brand-new QHD IPS smartphone display that will make its way into the upcoming G4. [Android Community]
The next-gen Apple TV may not support 4K video. Considering how slowly Apple updates its set-top box, that could be a big problem. [Buzzfeed News]
As you'd expect, a $US164,000 Apple Watch is completely hideous. [Luxury Launches]
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