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Even though weeks have passed since that well-documented OnLive kerfuffle took place, where unfortunate layoffs and the formation of a "new company" were at the forefront of it all, previously unknown details are still coming out of the woodwork. According to Mercury News, the once-promising cloud gaming outfit was purchased... Continue reading
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Yes, that's right, I said adorable. Because Cueboy Quest really is! You play an 8-bit cowboy whose goal on each level is to get to the door (and thus to the next level), but the door is often locked. To get it to open, you must shoot at one or... Continue reading
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There are new movies, books, TV shows, and albums coming out every week. The worst feeling is when you want to see a movie, but you space on it, and before you know it, it's not even in the theaters anymore. Without a a reminder—in the form of an app... Continue reading
Posted Oct 11, 2012 at colenenuner's blog
Google+ has it. Facebook has it. Even Spotify and Evernote have it. "It" is the hidden sidebar, and that subtle if over-repeated interface has spread to Google's mobile home page. Visit from an iOS or Android device and the front end will resemble the desktop web version, but with a... Continue reading
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Carbon nanotube-based sensors are good at sniffing out all kinds of things, but applying the cylindrical molecules to a substrate has traditionally been a dangerous and unreliable process. Now, researchers at MIT have found a way to avoid the hazardous solvents that are currently used, by compressing commercially available nanotube... Continue reading
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Going, going, gone? Jon Snyder/Wired Canada is a land of mystery. Why does Rogers charge its customers so much? Is there really only one road? And where have all the BlackBerry PlayBooks gone? The last one, at least we think we’ve solved. Computerworld noted that the BlackBerry PlayBook is disappearing... Continue reading
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One of the more annoying things about Facebook is how your News Feed gets clogged and spammed and smacked with stuff you don't care about. Facebook is trying to fix that by limiting what apps can post stuff to your Feed. More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/8jFPEP9pCvU/facebook-is-cracking-down-on-apps-that-clog-your-feed-so-that-it-can-clog-your-feed-with-other-crap EMS TECHNOLOGIES EMC ELECTRONICS FOR... Continue reading
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The October 10 ShopAndroid.com Deal of the Day is the Mobi Products Crystal Case for HTC EVO 3D. This slim and sleek Crystal Case is completely transparent and will showcase your EVO 3D while keeping it protected. Adding very little weight or bulk to your EVO 3D, the Crystal Case... Continue reading
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If you play Scrabble (or a scrabble-like game) from time to time, you may want to check out Scrabble Helper. This simple website is a godsend when you're at a loss for words. Simply enter whatever letters you have, and the word you'd like to connect with. Scrabble helper comes... Continue reading
Posted Oct 11, 2012 at colenenuner's blog
LG revealed Japan's NTT DoCoMo would be the first carrier to offer its Optimus G (which it's been proud enough to announce more than once) and now we have an exact date. Pre-orders for the L-01E start tomorrow ahead of it going on sale October 19th, bringing its quad-core 1.5GHz... Continue reading
Posted Oct 11, 2012 at colenenuner's blog
Lark on Monday introduced its new Larklife wristband, which is designed to track not only the number of steps taken or calories burned, but also food consumed and even hours of sleep. The principle behind the device is that getting in shape and staying fit isn't just about the time... Continue reading
Posted Oct 11, 2012 at colenenuner's blog
Italian artist Lorenzo Durantini made this 5-foot tall tower from his collection of 2,216 VHS tapes. It looks like a shrine to the TV demons. Or, if you believe that TV makes you stupid, a monolith that turns people to monkeys on touch. Unless these are all 2001 tapes. More... Continue reading
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This morning, an updated version of the stock Android Music app was leaked along with a new version of Android Market. The new Music app, which is labeled 'version 3', is similar to the leaked build from December, but it has received a ton of polish -- and indeed, it... Continue reading
Posted Oct 11, 2012 at colenenuner's blog
Batteries are the Achilles heel of any portable gadget. It was NiCad that brought the downfall of Black & Decker's much-loved DustBuster vacs. Now, the company's new, updated Flex hand vacs have lithium-ion rechargeable batteries. These should offer twice the runtime over an old DustBuster, even if the new "Flex"... Continue reading
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The gradual worldwide spread of Google Play content wrote another chapter today. The Google Play Magazines application has received an update which brings with it availability in Australia. Magazines was one of the additions to the Google Play content portfolio following the launch of the Nexus 7, and while the... Continue reading
Posted Oct 11, 2012 at colenenuner's blog
Google's eponymous mapping system has received plenty of good press recently, but the company knows it can't take some time out to enjoy its position. As such, Mountain View's pushing out what it calls the biggest update to Street View it has ever undertaken, refreshing 250,000 miles of road imagery... Continue reading
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The developer of iCab Mobile, a feature-rich alternative to the Safari Web browser on iPad and iPhone, has been ordered by Apple to remove its ability to download and install JavaScript modules. Presumably it's not the fact that iCab can execute JavaScript that's causing Apple to apoplectically puff and splutter,... Continue reading
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The ITU's roundtable discussing the controversy over standard-essential patents has wrapped up its first day, and surprise -- there wasn't immediate harmony. While strict press rules prevent discussing exactly which companies said what in the Geneva meeting, the UN's telecom agency mentioned that the initial, partly publicized discussions saw a... Continue reading
Posted Oct 11, 2012 at colenenuner's blog
Whether you're currently keeping calm, or simply carrying on, we've got some good news for you steadfast Brits: Kickstarter makes its official launch in the UK on October 31st. Sure, its arrival was rather inevitable, but All Hallows' Eve will mark the first time that inventors outside of the US... Continue reading
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This morning, Corel released VideoStudio X4. We've already published a quick overview and hands-on of the application, and now is the moment you've all been waiting for: We're giving away ten full licenses of this new version, each worth $99.99! To enter our random draw, you just have to leave... Continue reading
Posted Oct 11, 2012 at colenenuner's blog
A few moments ago, version 2 of the Banshee music player for Linux was released, bringing with it a whole slew of new features, and the addition of an official -- but alpha-quality -- Windows build. The Mac OS X build of version 2 is due later today. The most... Continue reading
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