By Jeff Somogyi, dealnews Media Editor
When the internet runs out of news, it starts making things up. We think this is funny, so we round up all the lies and speculation and put them here. We call it the "Rumor Roundup" and we do it all for you! This week:
Three New Resident Evil Games Coming Soon?
Let me guess. They'll be called "Resident Evil 7," "Resident Evil 8," and "Resident Evil 9." They come up with such clever names for their games, don't they? [Just Push Start]
Apple iPhone Finally Coming to T-Mobile?
Good things come to those who wait ... and wait ... and wait ... then negotiate unbalanced contracts and pay ridiculous premiums to get a popular device, no matter the cost. [Time]
Facebook Will Buy Messaging App, WhatsApp?
People you text will only receive 13% of what you send, but you can pay to "promote" them and have them be seen by all of your friends. SKEWERED, Facebook! SKEWERED! [PCMag]
Microsoft Will Let Users Play Music from SkyDrive?
They're finally making good on expanding Xbox Music into the Cloud! (Don't worry. You're not alone if you just said to yourself, "What's Xbox Music?" then said, "I think I've heard of SkyDrive..." This is normal.) [Capital Technologies]
Apple Will Release a TV Soon?
This is based on Tim Cook saying to Brian Williams, "When I go into my living room and turn on the TV, I feel like I have gone backwards in time by 20 to 30 years." But then again, that sounds more like Apple has invented a time machine, to me. [Reason.com]
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