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Purchasing are looking as a way to find friends through your Myspace page, you want to find a great Xbox GamerTag crew. There are a great deal out there on the contrary the once at any time entitled Xbox Gamertag. This can be the first body that was made. You... Continue reading
Posted May 9, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
Accreditation is one of the first information you should think when choosing an find the right information for online schooling. Jr high schools must meet tailored guidelines in order to receive accreditation. There can be found some fake web colleges that are inclined to list any credentials on their net... Continue reading
Posted Apr 20, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
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Posted Apr 14, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
Some persons are unlucky victims of malpractices associated to Canadian immigrant visa application. They are requested for more fees not solely similar to their software procedure, without the need of the assurance of outstanding provider. Therefore, it is really recommended that wishful candidates should research for a reliable immigration attorney... Continue reading
Posted Apr 1, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
Sure, there's been a lot of buzz about possible eye-based scrolling in Samsung's Galaxy S IV, but LG's in the eye-recognition spotlight -- for today, at least. The electronics giant has revealed that a "Value Pack" update for the Optimus G Pro will be served up in Korea next month,... Continue reading
Posted Mar 13, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
If you've been wondering why the We Are Hunted music discovery service has gone a little quiet of late, CNET thinks it has things figured out. According to typically-unnamed sources, Hunted has been gobbled up by Twitter and has been working on building an iOS app to launch before the... Continue reading
Posted Mar 13, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
Update: Fifty minutes after, Google I/O tickets are officially sold out. That's a little longer than it took last year, however that's likely down to Google's new method of allocating tickets rather than any decrease in demand. Shout out in the comments if you were lucky enough to snag a... Continue reading
Posted Mar 13, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
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Posted Mar 13, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
This post brought to you by Intel. All opinions are 100% mine. I had the privilege this past weekend to attend an Intel sponsored event in Washington DC. It was a perfect day and venue. Its purpose was to highlight the finalists in a science competition. It was a half... Continue reading
Posted Mar 13, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
A very important piece of the T-Mobile/MetroPCS puzzle has fallen into place today: getting the approval of the Federal Communications Commission. Citing increase in competition and the consumer benefits, the merger of T-Mobile and MetroPCS now has the FCC's official blessing. With this formality out of the way, the shareholders... Continue reading
Posted Mar 13, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
That OBD II port that has been installed on just about every US-bound automobile since 1996? It's potential has just been tapped. For years, ambiguous dashboard lights have clued motorists in on internal issues, but driving to a body shop just to borrow a data port reader is so last... Continue reading
Posted Mar 13, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
Moments ago, Mozilla stripped the release candidate moniker from Firefox 4 Mobile and pronounced it fit for public release. If you have a Nokia N900 phone, or a fairly-modern Android 2.0-or-later device, go ahead and install it from the Market, by using scanning the QR code after the break, or... Continue reading
Posted Mar 13, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
Even as online storage options proliferate, Dropbox has managed to stay ahead of the pack thanks to better features. Well now Dropbox's desktop client is getting a prettier Version 2.0 overhaul to match its excellence. More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/UgaemdJGkDY/dropboxs-desktop-client-gets-a-slick-new-desktop-client NOVELLUS SYSTEMS NOVELL NETWORK APPLIANCE NETGEAR Continue reading
Posted Mar 12, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
The mean cyborg of Terminator 2 was unstoppable until it was immersed in a vat of molten iron. It might have survived, however, if it had self-healing processors at its core like the ones announced Monday by a team of researchers at the California Institute of Technology. The researchers said... Continue reading
Posted Mar 12, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
Years of computer use have taught us that the mouse cursor is "above" the windows. It doesn't push anything around; at least not without you clicking anything. Balance takes that ingrained bit of knowledge and cancels it out. Suddenly your cursor (a blue dot) is solid - and if it... Continue reading
Posted Mar 12, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
The New York Times is previewing a new cleaner website design that will roll out slowly in the coming months. The centerpiece of the redesign is the article view, which as you can see in the slider comparison above is completely different. More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/aGYy5tITisQ/the-new-york-times-gets-a-glorious-online-design-overhaul VISHAY INTERTECHNOLOGY VIRGIN MEDIA... Continue reading
Posted Mar 12, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
Here are some of yesterday’s posts on TechCrunch Gadgets: Video: Japanese University Uses Fish Scales To Develop Stronger Artificial Bones Is Nike Planning To Release Back To The Future?s Auto-Lacing Air Mags? Review: Deus Ex ? Human Revolution Iridium?s New AxcessPoint Hotspot Provides WiFi In The Rainforest Nintendo Gets Sued... Continue reading
Posted Mar 12, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
?Transformer? is the perfect name for the latest all-in-one from Asus. It?s a PC that can become an 18-inch tablet. It runs Windows 8 and Android. And it?s freakin? huge at more than five pounds. Source: http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2013/03/asus-transformer-aio-windows-8-android/ VERISIGN VERIFONE HOLDINGS VEECO INSTRUMENTS VARIAN SEMICONDUCTOR EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATES Continue reading
Posted Mar 12, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
Once upon a time, there used to be a DOS game with a caveman and a human powered helicopter. The caveman would shuttle around the screen, madly trying to get customers to where they wanted to go. Jetbus is not that game, but it's obviously inspired by it. You're driving... Continue reading
Posted Mar 12, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
Here is a selection of posts from the past week on TechCrunch Gadgets: Nerf?s New Vortex Blasters Shoot Discs! And They?re Awesome! Skimming Jonathan?s Card For Fun And Philanthrophy CableKeeps Keep Your Jumbled Mass Of Apple Chargers Nice And Neat Bevy Of Apple Patents Granted, From Visual Voicemail To PCI... Continue reading
Posted Mar 12, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
Happy first birthday, Windows Phone 7! One year on, and the fledgling mobile operating system has 36,000 active developers in its AppHub community, 1.5 million downloads of its Developer Tools, and 11,500 apps in its Marketplace. Microsoft is quick to take a couple shots at competitors' app stores, beating its... Continue reading
Posted Mar 11, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
If you have an artistic temperament, but you weren't blessed with steady hands or an eye for color, Konstruct might be the app for you. Not only does the iPhone app let you produce generative art using words, warbles and whistles, but it also uses augmented reality to bring your... Continue reading
Posted Mar 11, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
While most of the world is still coming to grips with malware and weaning itself off of IPv4, we're just learning that China has been thinking further ahead. A newly publicized US Navy report reveals that China's new internet backbone revolves around an IPv6-based architecture that leans on Source Address... Continue reading
Posted Mar 11, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
Mere days before Samsung unveils its newest phone, a Chinese forum post has offered some purported shots of the Galaxy S IV. Now it's worth mentioning from the outset that Samsung plays a good game of subterfuge. It masked the Galaxy S III ahead of its reveal last year in... Continue reading
Posted Mar 11, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog
Finally, we've got our hands on the HTC One for official one-on-one time. This is finished hardware, and nearly complete software, so it's time to get our official HTC One review under way. Before all that, though, it's worth reading over our HTC One preview. While things have been simplified,... Continue reading
Posted Mar 11, 2013 at Cooperhavel's blog