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This is Vudu Spark, Walmart’s very own Chromecast competitor 08 November 2014, 16.59 Internet Television
This is Vudu Spark, Walmart’s very own Chromecast competitor
Nov. 7, 2014 - 12:46 AM PST Nov. 7, 2014 - 12:46 AM PST Add Walmart to the list of companies that’s trying to sell you a Chromecast-like HDMI streaming stick: The retail giant’s Vudu streaming service is getting ready to
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Amazon Prime Instant gets unofficial Chromecast support with Primecast
Nov. 6, 2014 - 1:49 PM PST Nov. 6, 2014 - 1:49 PM PST Amazon Prime Instant is coming to Chromecast at last, thanks to two third-party developers: Amazon’s video streaming service doesn’t officially support Chromecast, but
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Social media and breaking news: Why authenticity trumps authority almost every time
Nov. 6, 2014 - 12:42 PM PST Nov. 6, 2014 - 12:42 PM PST There were a number of panels at the Web Summit in Dublin this week that talked about media and journalism, but the one that included VICE News, Time Inc. and Storyful was
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Aereo imposes large layoffs, but streaming TV service is not shutting down
Nov. 6, 2014 - 12:08 PM PST Nov. 6, 2014 - 12:08 PM PST Aereo’s bad year just got worse. The company said on Thursday that it will shut down its Boston office and lay off 43 employees, citing yet another adverse court ruling
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Does BuzzFeed engage in clickbait? That depends on your definition 08 November 2014, 16.59 Internet Television
Does BuzzFeed engage in clickbait? That depends on your definition
Nov. 7, 2014 - 11:38 AM PST Nov. 7, 2014 - 11:38 AM PST So BuzzFeed editor-in-chief Ben Smith wrote a post on Thursday about clickbait, a post that appears to have been triggered by a dismissive comment that Jon Stewart made
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Green Car Reports: Tesla Superchargers, New Hybrids, and Toyota’s First Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle
Share on TumblrEmail What defines a “green car” can be the source of much discussion among environmentalists, advocates, and actual buyers. Every week Green Car Reports shines a light on the industry with
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Swiss Man Breaks Bicycle Speed Record with Insane 207-MPH Rocket Bike
Share on TumblrEmail Imagine reaching 207 mph in just 4.8 seconds – that’s a pretty impressive feat for any vehicle. Now imagine traveling that fast on a bicycle with a rocket strapped to it. Daredevil
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NASA Tests New Shape-Shifting Flaps to Make Airplanes Greener 12 November 2014, 21.04 Transportation
NASA Tests New Shape-Shifting Flaps to Make Airplanes Greener
Share on TumblrEmail Air travel produces roughly 5 percent of all carbon dioxide emissions, edging us closer to an era of runaway climate change. As part of an ongoing effort to develop greener planes and
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Classic works of literature turned into beautiful book sculptures 12 November 2014, 21.03 Green Architecture
Classic works of literature turned into beautiful book sculptures
Impressive art made of carved books. The chosen books are classics and each carving is related to the topic of the book. The series is titles “Fragments of story” and was designed by Tokyo-based artist Tomoko
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A 3D-printed lamp that will turn your room into a wonderland 12 November 2014, 21.03 Green Architecture
A 3D-printed lamp that will turn your room into a wonderland
Created by Linlin and Pierre-Yves Jacques, a Paris-based arist couple, this lamp was designed to project some patterns on your wall and turn any room into a beautiful wonderland. The post A 3D-printed lamp that will turn your
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30 beautiful digital artworks for your inspiration 12 November 2014, 21.03 Green Architecture
30 beautiful digital artworks for your inspiration
In this today’s blog post, we have the collection of 30 beautiful digital artworks for your inspiration. All these artworks are the mixture of stunning photo manipulations, digital illustrations and other amazing digital art
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15 gorgeous free all caps fonts 12 November 2014, 21.03 Green Architecture
15 gorgeous free all caps fonts
With so much of compelling fonts available in the web, it’s sometimes very difficult to make a decision on which font to choose for your design. Despite of other fancy fonts, capital fonts are also very competent to use for
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Surreal illustrations by Matthias Leutwyler 12 November 2014, 21.03 Green Architecture
Surreal illustrations by Matthias Leutwyler
Matthias Leutwyler‘s illustrations look like a mix of drawing, collage and painting. He doesn’t say much about himself, but his work speaks for itself. The post Surreal illustrations by Matthias Leutwyler appeared
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20 well-designed packaging designs 12 November 2014, 21.03 Green Architecture
20 well-designed packaging designs
Looking for some packaging design inspiration? Then here we introduce you 20 well designed packaging designs that are amazing and high quality artworks from great designers around the globe. Have a look! 1. Pringles packaging
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Art that goes against the frame 12 November 2014, 21.03 Green Architecture
Art that goes against the frame
A cool art project by Steven Guermeur, who decided to break the conventional frame and to make it a part of the artwork. In a fun way, the artist changes the way art is traditionally presented to the world. The post Art that
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Technology News Reports

Green Car Reports: Tesla Superchargers, New Hybrids, and Toyota’s First Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle
Share on TumblrEmail What defines a “green car” can be the source of much discussion among environmentalists, advocates, and actual buyers. Every week Green Car Reports shines a light on the industry with
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Swiss Man Breaks Bicycle Speed Record with Insane 207-MPH Rocket Bike
Share on TumblrEmail Imagine reaching 207 mph in just 4.8 seconds – that’s a pretty impressive feat for any vehicle. Now imagine traveling that fast on a bicycle with a rocket strapped to it. Daredevil
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NASA Tests New Shape-Shifting Flaps to Make Airplanes Greener 12 November 2014, 21.04 Transportation
NASA Tests New Shape-Shifting Flaps to Make Airplanes Greener
Share on TumblrEmail Air travel produces roughly 5 percent of all carbon dioxide emissions, edging us closer to an era of runaway climate change. As part of an ongoing effort to develop greener planes and
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DJI Inspire 1: An amazing 4K-capable drone for videographers and photographers
Originally best known for it gyroscopic stabilizers, DJI has quickly become the top brand name in drones for photographers and filmmakers. Not content to rest on the success of its Phantom drone line, DJI has incorporated
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Musk’s next mission: Blanketing the world with cheap internet access, via 700 low-orbit satellites
Elon Musk, capitalizing on SpaceX’s unique ability to cheaply launch stuff into space, has announced that he’s working on deploying a constellation of some 700 satellites, for the purpose of bringing “very low cost”
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Mozilla releases Firefox Developer Edition, with built-in development environment
Firefox isn’t the go-to browser for the nerdy crowd anymore, but that hasn’t stopped Mozilla from working hard to improve the internet on the whole. Earlier this week, Mozilla released Firefox Developer Edition — a web
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Why Lowering NYC’s Speed Limit by Just 5 MPH Can Save a Lot of Lives
Cars are viewed on a Manhattan Street on November 7, 2014 in New York City. Spencer Platt/Getty Images Last week, New York City officially lowered its default speed limit, from the standard 30 mph to 25. That difference may
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Incredible New Photos Taken From the Surface of a Comet
This incredible image was taken by the Philae lander of one of its legs resting on the comet's surface. ESA/Rosetta/Philae/CIVA This incredible image was taken by the Philae lander of one of its legs resting on
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Facebook Rolls Out Clearer Privacy Policy, But You Still Can’t Control Your Data
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Ariel Zambelich / WIRED Facebook has condensed its complex and legalese-loaded privacy policy by two-thirds, in hopes of making it easier for the average user to understand. “Our goal is to
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The Philae Spacecraft Landed in the Shadow of the Comet’s Cliff
This is the first image ESA is releasing from the comet. It shows Philae settled at the base of a rocky comet cliff. ESA We landed a motherfucking spacecraft on a comet. And then it bounced off. Twice. And the scientists and
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Science Graphic of the Week: Magnetic Stars and Planets
This snapshot from a computer simulation shows magnetic interactions, represented by the colorful, stringy lines, between a star and its nearby planet.  A. Strugarek, Université de Montréal The most basic factor that
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New Eruption Started at Alaska’s Pavlof 12 November 2014, 21.03 Tech
New Eruption Started at Alaska’s Pavlof
The lava fountain at Pavlof during the eruption that started on November 12, 2014. Image: Carol Damberg / AVO. It’s been a fairly quiet year for the volcanoes of Alaska. A few have rumbled but none have really had an
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Virgin Galactic Tragedy May Mean New Space Tourism Rules
The investigation into the Virgin Galactic accident has yet to find a cause, but the FAA will consider new regulations for commercial space travel. By Dave Majmudar on November 10, 2014 Congress has avoided placing
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Rise of the Robot Security Guards 12 November 2014, 21.02 Tech
Rise of the Robot Security Guards
Startup Knightscope is preparing to roll out human-size robot patrols. By Rachel Metz on November 13, 2014 The K5 security robot. As the sun set on a warm November afternoon, a quartet of five-foot-tall, 300-pound shiny
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Virtual Reality Aims for the Mobile Phone 12 November 2014, 21.02 Tech
Virtual Reality Aims for the Mobile Phone
A smartphone-based virtual reality headset from Samsung and Oculus VR could make the technology more accessible, but it also demonstrates a new set of challenges. By Simon Parkin on November 12, 2014 The Gear VR headset,
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Next-Generation Robot Needs Your Help 12 November 2014, 21.02 Tech
Next-Generation Robot Needs Your Help
A Carnegie Mellon researcher shows that designing robots to ask for human assistance can make them a lot more useful. By Will Knight on November 11, 2014 If you visit Manuela Veloso, a professor at Carnegie Mellon
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INFOGRAPHIC: How Self-Driving Cars Will Change Our Lives 08 November 2014, 16.56 Transportation
INFOGRAPHIC: How Self-Driving Cars Will Change Our Lives
Share on TumblrEmail There’s no doubt about it – driverless cars are on the way. Everyone from Google to Tesla, Lexus, and Porsche are developing autonomous vehicles – but have you ever considered how
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17-Year-Old Builds Algae Biofuel Lab in Her Bedroom to Win $100K Intel Science Talent Search Prize
Share on TumblrEmail Meet a next-generation scientist making the next generation of biofuel. 17-year-old Sara Volz invented a process that increases the amount of biofuel produced by algae to win this
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Los Angeles Metro Board Approves Union Station Master Plan by Grimshaw and Gruen
Share on TumblrEmail LA Mayor and Metro Board Chair Eric Garcetti called the approval “a milestone day in our goal to bring ‘America’s Last Great Train
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Verizon’s latest privacy wrecking ploy: An unblockable supercookie that lets anyone track you on the internet
Over the last week, it has emerged that Verizon Wireless has been silently tracking around 100 million mobile customers using a supercookie that can’t be opted out of. The tracking cookie appears to be part of Verizon’s
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New Google, and Larry Page’s continuing mission to explore strange new technologies
Google’s co-founder and CEO, Larry Page, has admitted that it’s time to find a new mission statement. The company’s mission, “to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful,”
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An interview with Zoltan Istvan, leader of the Transhumanist Party and 2016 presidential contender
ExtremeTech has never been particularly interested in politics. That being said, as the focus of politics and politicians inexorably shifts towards technology, we might just jump in the water for a dip. Many might imagine
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Dark market massacre: FBI shuts down Silk Road 2.0 and dozens more Tor websites
Error Sorry, the page you are looking for is currently unavailable.Please try again later. If you are the system administrator of this resource then you should check the error log for details. Faithfully yours,
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Microsoft releases free Office apps for iPhone and iPad, Android coming soon
In a rather surprising move, Microsoft has made the Office suite of apps — Word, Excel, and PowerPoint — free to download and use on the iPad and iPhone. Previously, an Office 365 subscription was required — but now,
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Verizon threatens to sue FCC if it pushes ahead with net neutrality, reserves right to continue gouging customers
Verizon’s legal counsel has published a new blog post threatening the FCC with legal action if the government regulatory body attempts to curtail the company’s egregious behavior over net neutrality, while simultaneously
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Google Wants to Store Your Genome 08 November 2014, 16.56 Tech
Google Wants to Store Your Genome
For $25 a year, Google will keep a copy of any genome in the cloud. By Antonio Regalado on November 6, 2014 Google is approaching hospitals and universities with a new pitch. Have genomes? Store them with us. The search
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Does Watson Know the Answer to IBM’s Woes? 08 November 2014, 16.56 Tech
Does Watson Know the Answer to IBM’s Woes?
IBM is betting that research on more human-like artificial intelligence will help it turn things around. By Will Knight on November 5, 2014 A scientist from the Spanish oil company, Repsol, and an IBM researcher use a
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Google’s Half-Finished Attempt to Take Over the Living Room
Google’s Nexus Player should appeal to those who want smarter TVs. But it will need to do much more to be the hub of all home entertainment. By Rachel Metz on November 4, 2014 Google’s Nexus Player lets you stream
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A Brain-Inspired Chip Takes to the Sky 08 November 2014, 16.56 Tech
A Brain-Inspired Chip Takes to the Sky
An experiment involving a chip on a small drone shows how hardware modeled on the brain could provide useful intelligence. By Tom Simonite on November 4, 2014 The chip mounted in the center of this small aircraft has 576
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With $100 Million, Entrepreneur Sees Path to Disrupt Medical Imaging
Will ultrasound-on-a-chip make medical imaging so cheap that anyone can do it? By Antonio Regalado on November 3, 2014 Jonathan Rothberg A scanner the size of an iPhone that you could hold up to a person’s chest and see
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Software Designs Products by Simulating Evolution
New CAD software takes input from designers, then “evolves” new designs on its own. By Gwen Kinkead on November 7, 2014 Brackets for a lunar lander designed by Autodesk for the company Moon Express using
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XploreAir Paravelo: World’s First Flying Bicycle Lifts Off the Ground
Share on TumblrEmail If you love getting some air between you and the ground while doing tricks on your bicycle, then you will love the Paravelo. Designed by two British men who have a passion for both
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Horizon Mass Transit System is an All-Electric Train-Plane Hybrid
Share on TumblrEmail The Horizon System is an entirely electric system of transportation conceived as a hybrid between a plane and a train. Thanks to a maglev-style mechanism, the large aircraft is able to
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Detroit Electric Reveals New Fastback Design for the SP:01 Electric Sports Car
Share on TumblrEmail Detroit Electric has revealed the final exterior design of its electric two-seater sports car, the SP:01. What will be the world’s fastest production electric car upon release now
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The Right Way to Fix the Internet 19 October 2014, 22.26 Tech
The Right Way to Fix the Internet
If you’re like most people, your monthly smartphone bill is steep enough to make you shudder. As consumers’ appetite for connectivity keeps growing, the price of wireless service in the United States tops $130 a month in
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Carbon Sequestration: Too Little, Too Late? 19 October 2014, 22.26 Tech
Carbon Sequestration: Too Little, Too Late?
A few carbon capture and sequestration projects are under way, but economics and politics are holding the technology back. By David Talbot on October 13, 2014 This coal power plant in Saskatchewan is the first
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Microsoft’s Quantum Mechanics 19 October 2014, 22.26 Tech
Microsoft’s Quantum Mechanics
In 2012, physicists in the Netherlands announced a discovery in particle physics that started chatter about a Nobel Prize. Inside a tiny rod of semiconductor crystal chilled cooler than outer space, they had caught the first
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How a Wiki Is Keeping Direct-to-Consumer Genetics Alive
When Meg DeBoe decided to tap her Christmas fund to order a $99 consumer DNA test from 23andMe last year, she was disappointed: it arrived with no information on what her genes said about her chance of developing
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Air Traffic Control for Drones 19 October 2014, 22.26 Tech
Air Traffic Control for Drones
If large numbers of commercial drones are to take to the skies, they’ll need an air traffic control system. By Tom Simonite on October 17, 2014 Drones at the San Francisco headquarters of Airware. The company will soon
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Can Apple Pay Do to Your Wallet What iTunes Did for Music?
The point-of-sale terminal at the CVS drugstore in Palo Alto, California, can accept payments through a quick tap from a smartphone. The clerk isn’t sure how it works, though he knows it does because “a few kids” have
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Michigan Poised to Start Banning Tesla Sales 19 October 2014, 22.26 Transportation
Michigan Poised to Start Banning Tesla Sales
Share on TumblrEmail Michigan just passed a bill in state legislature that essentially bans Tesla from selling cars within the state. HB 5606 prohibits vehicle manufacturers from selling cars directly to
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The Startram Maglev Train Could Make Space Travel Cheaper & More Efficient
Share on TumblrEmail Space travel is a costly and inefficient process. Not only does it take a large amount of fuel to send the lightest payload into orbit (the Space Shuttle used over one million pounds of
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Insane Russian Attack Bike is Powered by a Chainsaw 19 October 2014, 22.26 Transportation
Insane Russian Attack Bike is Powered by a Chainsaw
Share on TumblrEmail Other than the fact that it was constructed in Russia, we aren’t entirely sure who’s responsible for this mean-looking chainsaw bike. While it may look like it’s designed for the
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Nexus 6: The best Android smartphone for wireless and LTE connectivity
Google’s new Motorola-made Nexus 6 is a monster of a phone — both in terms of form and function — with cellular wireless capabilities that outclass any other Android device on the market today. Launching with Android
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How to watch Apple’s iPad event live stream on Windows and Android
Updated @ 12:38, October 16: If you’re trying to watch the live stream of Apple’s iPad event on Windows or Android, the following instructions (which were for the iPhone 6 event in September) should still work. The only
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Google finds critical vulnerability in SSL 3.0 called POODLE
The web is built on standards — but as those standards evolve and change, it’s common for previous standards to remain as options for compatibility reasons. The dangers of this practice are highlighted in a recent Google
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Samsung develops 60GHz WiFi capable of 4.6Gbps, will be in devices next year
Samsung has announced that it’s entering the 60GHz 802.11ad WiFi game. Samsung says it has a commercialized version of 60GHz WiFi (aka WiGig) that’s capable of 4.6Gbps, or 575 megabytes per second — about five times
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Gadget Lab Podcast: Did You Hear That Apple Had an Event This Week?
The iPad Air 2 is demonstrated at Apple headquarters on Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014 in Cupertino, Calif. Apple unveiled the thinner iPad with a faster processor and a better camera as it tries to drive excitement for tablets amid
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Game|Life Podcast: Software Sales Slump and Bayonetta Makes a Comeback
Bayonetta 2. Nintendo The NPD Group has released (some tiny amount of) data on the game industry’s September sales, and it’s not all good news, as we discuss on this week’s Game|Life podcast. While hardware sales are
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What’s Scarier, Haunted Houses or Haunted People?
Vera Farmiga in The Conjuring. Warner Bros. Halloween season is the perfect time to watch horror movies, and a reliable standby of the genre is the haunted house story. Recent examples range from the understated (The Woman
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The Tragic Medical History Behind That Crazy Knick Finale
Mary Cybulski/Cinemax [Spoiler alert: The following piece contains spoilers for The Knick season finale, "Crutchfield." Stop here if you haven't seen it. You've been warned.] There were about a bajillion “Oh, crap!”
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Snapchat Ads Are Heading Your Way Starting This Weekend
WIRED It’s happened to Twitter. And Tumblr. And Instagram. And now, Snapchat’s day has finally come. Beginning this weekend, the ephemeral messaging app will start rolling out paid advertisements for the first time. The
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The Internet Sleeps at Night. Really. 19 October 2014, 22.24 Tech
The Internet Sleeps at Night. Really.
Gif: University of Southern California Here in the United States, we spend most of our time in an always-on world—a place where internet connections are as constant and reliable as the lights or running water. But this
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How does PlayStation Now on the PS3 compare to the PS4?
In September, Sony rolled out the PlayStation Now beta service to the PS3. The public beta has been available on the PS4 for a while now, but this additional release spurred me to take another look at the service. This
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HP announces split into two companies, but sadly they won’t be called H and P
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Hong Kong protesters turn to mesh networks to evade China’s censorship
The rather cramped streets of Hong Kong are currently lined with tens of thousands of people — the Umbrella Revolution. They are mostly students and members of Occupy Central, who are protesting for a fully democratic
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You can now stream Photoshop to your Chromebook: A huge win for Google
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IBM leaves the x86 market at long last: Lenovo’s $2.1 billion acquisition approved (updated)
Updated @ 9:09am, September 29: Lenovo has finally received approval from US and EU regulators for its acquisition of IBM’s low-end x86 server business. The $2.1 billion acquisition should be finalized by Wednesday this
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Shellshock: A deadly new vulnerability that could lay waste to the internet (updated)
Updated @ 8:10am, September 29: Another remote code execution vulnerability has been found in Bash. It is unrelated to the first Shellshock vulnerability, but it is essentially the same deal: It’s very easy to exploit, and
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The Contrarian’s Guide to Changing the World
Is the technology investor Peter Thiel brilliant, or is he just strange? He is nothing if not industrious. Since he cofounded PayPal, in 1998, Thiel has had a hand in some of the most important and unexpected tech companies
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Can Sucking CO2 Out of the Atmosphere Really Work?
Physicist Peter Eisenberger had expected colleagues to react to his idea with skepticism. He was claiming, after all, to have invented a machine that could clean the atmosphere of its excess carbon dioxide, making the gas
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Should Industrial Robots Be Able to Hurt Their Human Coworkers?
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Fun with Food 08 October 2014, 23.44 Tech
Fun with Food
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What It Will Take for Computers to Be Conscious
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An Industrial-Size Generator That Runs on Waste Heat, Using No Fuel
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NSA Mind-Bender: We Won’t Tell You What Info We Already Leaked to the Media
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New iRobot App Lets You Control a ‘Bot Army With an Android Tablet
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Two Incredible Views of Super Typhoon Vongfang From Space
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The Design Thinking Behind London’s New $4B Subway Trains
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The famous War of 1812 is extremely significant in the history of the United States and the Britain. But what does it has to do with a chess set? The crazy Etsy designer Jim Arnolds has shaped a huge chess set representing the war. Named the War of 1812 Chess Set, it is a handicraft custom designed wooden chess set with a large chessboard that boards the U.S. navy ship the Constitution versus the U.K’s Guerierre at both ends.

War of 1812 Chess Set

War of 1812 Chess Set

The chess set is made of solid maple and walnut trees. The board alone has a huge weight of 50 pounds and it stretches 36 square inches. There is a small re-enactment of the U.S’ first sea victory on top of the quadrilateral map of chess set. All parts and elements of the chess set that has guarding cannons at its four ends are meant to recollect the memory of the historic war.

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War of 1812 Chess Set

Carved from solid walnut and maple, the chess board alone weighs 50 pounds, and spans 36 square inches.

Each chessman on the board represents the war of 1812 in interesting ways. The kings represent the ship captains, queens the lieutenants, bishops the mid-shipmen, the knights the gunners’ mates, rooks the cannon balls and pawns the deck side cannons. Well, all pieces are there with authentic representations of ancient period’s uniforms and war robes.

Of course, there will be nothing like this chess set anywhere. Jim Arnolds sells the massive War of 1812 Chess set for a whopping price of $3,800. The designer has been specialized in developing the most unique and handcraft wood-based designs. This War of 1812 Chess Set will be a feather in the cap of the famous designer.

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Microsoft looks to find its way in app market via free Office deal
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Motorola may have won the 'First to Lollipop' prize with the new Moto X
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AT&T extends network to Mexico with $2.5 billion lusacell acquisition
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Biggest ever Tor raid hits 410 underground sites; 17 arrested
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Intel’s 'Broadwell Unlimited' enthusiast chip might face heavy competition (from Intel)
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How to create a high-quality animated GIF 08 November 2014, 16.57 Computers
How to create a high-quality animated GIF
Graphics & design software Even with all the video streaming options available to us today, there’s nothing that can match the weird, mesmerizing quality of a good animated GIF. That’s why no matter where you go on
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Lenovo recruits Ashton Kutcher to unveil its new Yoga 3 Pro and ThinkPad Yoga 14
It’s been a full year since Lenovo announced it had signed up Ashton Kutcher as a “product engineer,” and Lenovo is apparently happy with the partnership. The actor/investor is to appear via satellite at a Lenovo
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New Lenovo Yoga tablet hides a surprise: A projector for impromptu movie nights
Lenovo Lenovo’s newest Yoga tablet can create an epic movie night. The Yoga Tablet 2 Pro, one of two Android tablets the company is announcing Thursday in London, has a projector built right into its hinge that can
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Sony’s PS4 game streaming Xperia Z3v lands on Verizon Oct. 23 for $199 on contract
Florence Ion Sony announced Thursday that it’s finally bringing one of its Android-powered smartphones to more than one carrier in the U.S. Verizon Wireless will be the second carrier ever to offer one of Sony’s
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Holograms and 3D porn: Expert predictions for a gigabit Internet
“Vivid” telepresence—holograms, immersive gaming, new collaboration services and even 3D pornography—could be the next big thing as gigabit-per-second broadband service spreads across the U.S. Enhanced telepresence
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Microsoft updates Skype for Windows, Mac with new chat interface
Microsoft Chatting in Skype for Windows and the Mac now looks more like the Windows Phone version, whether you like it or not. Microsoft's Skype announced version 7.0 for the Mac together with a new preview version for the
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Android SMS worm Selfmite returns, more aggressive than ever
A new version of an Android worm called Selfmite has the potential to ramp up huge SMS charges for victims in its attempt to spread to as many devices as possible. The first version of Selfmite was discovered in June, but
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Oculus Rift 'Crescent Bay' prototype hands-on: A VR alien waved at me and I waved back
We don't really like to swear on this site. By and large PCWorld is a family-friendly affair. Which is a shame, because at Oculus Connect on Saturday I got hands-on time with Crescent Bay, the latest internal Oculus Rift
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New Oculus Rift 'Crescent Bay' prototype packs integrated audio and 360-degree tracking
Kicking off day two of the Oculus Connect virtual reality conference in Los Angeles, CA, Oculus CEO Brendan Iribe took to the stage to announce a new Crescent Bay prototype—not the consumer release nor another developer
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Oculus open-sources original Rift developer kit's firmware, schematics, and mechanics
Kicking off the Oculus Connect conference in Los Angeles this weekend, Oculus's Nirav Patel announced that the original Oculus Rift developer kit (DK1) is now fully open-source, with the exception of the pieces that aren't
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IEEE standards group wants to bring order to IoT 20 September 2014, 19.54 Computers
IEEE standards group wants to bring order to IoT
The IEEE is embarking on an ambitious effort to build a overarching architecture for the Internet of Things, spanning a multitude of industries and technologies. IEEE P2413, which the Institute of Electrical and
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Samsung launches free'My Knox' app for securing its latest smartphones
Samsung on Thursday announced price reductions and updates for its Knox security and management software for IT shops and a free My Knox service that is directly available to professionals using ActiveSync. My Knox can be
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InfiniDB going out of business, but its database will live on as open source
Increasingly stiff competition in the database market has claimed another victim, as InfiniDB has ceased operations effective immediately with plans to file for bankruptcy. “The company and technology have developed over
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Apple Watch under scrutiny for privacy by Connecticut attorney general
The attorney general of the U.S. state of Connecticut is concerned about the privacy implications of Apple Watch’s handling of consumers’ health information. In a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook, George Jepsen has asked
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Data loss detection tool mines the ephemeral world of 'pastes'
It’s not easy to figure out if your data has been collected by hackers, but an online tool has been expanded to hunt through one of the most prolific sources of leaked data, known as “pastes.” The most well-known
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'Tiny banker' malware targets US financial institutions 15 September 2014, 21.19 Computers
'Tiny banker' malware targets US financial institutions
A banking trojan, known for its small size but powerful capabilities, has expanded the number of financial institutions it can collect data from, according to security vendor Avast. Tiny Banker, also known as Tinba, was
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Wi-Fi group acts to simplify peer-to-peer video, printing and other tasks
The Wi-Fi Direct standard for linking two devices without a LAN is about to get easier to use. Wi-Fi Direct is the peer-to-peer version of the hugely popular wireless technology that the Wi-Fi Alliance has now been
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Facebook open sources its mcrouter data-caching tool 15 September 2014, 21.19 Computers
Facebook open sources its mcrouter data-caching tool
Facebook is releasing mcrouter, its software for turning many cache servers around the world into one distributed system, as open source. The company announced the release on Monday at its @Scale conference in San
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Yahoo slams new 'digital will' law, says users have privacy when they die
What should happen to your personal digital communications—emails, chats, photos and the like—after you die? Should they be treated like physical letters for the purposes of a will? Yahoo doesn’t think so. The
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Channel 4 Dumping 4oD In Favor Of All 4 | New Streaming Television Hub For UK Viewers
4oD has been a successful effort, with Channel 4 having offered on-demand television across a range of platforms for several years. But the name is being dumped, and the service is being given a major overhaul to better cater
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Live Streaming Pioneer Justin.tv Shuts Down As Twitch Prepares For Acquisition By Google
Justin.tv is no more, with the pioneering live streaming service having suddenly shut down after seven years. Meanwhile, its replacement, Twitch.tv, is making a series of changes which suggests it’s preparing to be acquired
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Netflix In Talks To Broadcast Seinfeld Episodes On Demand | Successful Sitcoms Never Die
Seinfeld could soon be available to stream on Netflix, with Jerry Seinfeld, the creator and star of the classic sitcom, suggesting talks are ongoing. However, Netflix could face competition from rival streaming services, and
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YouTube Unveils New Features For Content Creators | Studio App, Crowdfunding, 60fps
YouTube would be nothing without content, and original content, no less. And the people who create that original content need as many tools at their disposal as possible. YouTube has delivered a new set of features to content
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Netflix Expands Into Mainland Europe: Streaming Video In France, Germany, Austria
Netflix is officially expanding into mainland Europe, announcing its intentions to launch in six more countries by the end of 2014. In doing so, it faces several new challenges in France, Germany, Austria, and others. Strong
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Watch Penny Dreadful Online | Season 1 Full Episodes Video Streaming & Torrent Search
Penny Dreadful Synopsis Penny Dreadful is a horror drama television series produced by Showtime that premiered in April of 2014. Created by John Logan Penny Dreadful combines some of the most horrifying characters from
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Microsoft Reveals Xbox Originals | Halo TV Show Amongst Content In Development
Microsoft has long held ambitious plans to turn its games console into a media hub delivering masses of content of all kinds into people’s living rooms. With Xbox Originals, it may be on its way to realizing this dream.
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Yahoo Wants To Beat YouTube | Coaxing YouTube Stars With Advertising Revenues
YouTube is one of the tentpoles of the Web at this point in time, being a household name and one of the most-visited sites on the Internet. And yet Yahoo is reportedly planning to compete with YouTube by launching its own
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Google & Viacom Settle YouTube Fight | Seven-Year Copyright Lawsuit Ends Amicably
Google and Viacom have finally resolved the long-running lawsuit over videos uploaded to YouTube almost a decade ago. The terms of the out-of-court settlement aren’t being disclosed but we’re just pleased this
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The BBC Unveils New-Look iPlayer | A Responsive HTML5 Design Brings It Up To Date
The BBC has unveiled the new iPlayer, and its free catch-up television service has undergone several big changes. The biggest being an HTML5-powered responsive design driving the whole effort. The New iPlayer The BBC has
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Google Ordered To Remove ‘Innocence Of Muslims’ Over Actress’ Copyright Claims
An appeals court has ordered Google to remove a controversial short film from YouTube after an actress who appeared in Innocence Of Muslims filed a copyright claim. The decision seems to go against existing thinking on
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LoveFilm Becomes Amazon Prime Instant Video In The UK, With £79 Adding A Raft Of Extras
LoveFilm is no more, being rebranded as Amazon Prime Instant Video and being folded into the existing Amazon Prime service. Most people will have to pay more money for the service, but the £79-per-year asking price buys you
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Netflix News Roundup: Subscriber Numbers, Pricing Tiers, Net Neutrality Statement
Netflix has had a big news week, with various stories emerging from and about the streaming video company. This includes revenue and subscriber numbers, plans for new pricing tiers and an expansion into Europe, and a statement
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What The Net Neutrality Ruling Means For Online Video 18 January 2014, 22.47 4G Voice, Video, & Data
What The Net Neutrality Ruling Means For Online Video
A recent decision by an appeals court in Washington to chuck out net neutrality rules could have dire consequences for everyone using the Internet. Including those who both deliver and consume online video. Net Neutrality
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Vdio Is Dead | Rdio Shutters Video Service 28 December 2013, 22.35 4G Voice, Video, & Data
Vdio Is Dead | Rdio Shutters Video Service
Vdio is no more, with parent company Rdio deciding to shutter the online video service. The reasons for the closure remain unclear, but it seems that there just wasn’t room for Vdio in an already-crowded market. It didn’t
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YouTube’s Content ID Crackdown On Let’s Play Videos Draws Ire From Gamers & Developers
YouTube’s recent crackdown on Let’s Play videos, with an aggressive new Content ID update, has left a bad taste in the mouths of everyone involved. Except the companies making money from videos they really had no business
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Google Fights Back After YouTube Comments Spam Increased | Google+ Integration Staying
Google has finally addressed the issues affecting the new YouTube comments system, controversially rolled out earlier this month. Unfortunately, while small changes are being made to plaster over the cracks, the elephant in
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YouTube Changes Comments System To Google+, Even Jawed Karim Complains 10 November 2013, 00.35 4G Voice, Video, & Data
YouTube Changes Comments System To Google+, Even Jawed Karim Complains
Google has rolled out the new YouTube comments system, which is designed to stop the absurd levels of spam and trolling which have plagued the site in recent years. Unfortunately the new system requires Google+ integration,
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File contained a virus and was deleted 02 November 2013, 22.56 4G Voice, Video, & Data
File contained a virus and was deleted
I had a client that was recently getting this message.  If you are getting it, the cause can be a misconfiguration or worse. The result can sometimes be caused by faulty anti virus programs.  Or anti virus programs that were
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YouTube Launching Paid Spotify-Like Streaming Music Service Before End Of 2013
Google is set to launch a YouTube music streaming service before the end of 2013, at least if current persistent rumors are to be believed. This service will work the same way as Spotify, with a hefty catalog of music
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Is Online Streaming Availability To Blame For Movie Piracy? Research Suggests It Could Be
Do people pirate things because they’re cheap and want to get whatever they can for free? Or is the practice less sinister and more about getting hold of things that aren’t available in the format they favor? These are
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Netflix Originals Keeping Subscribers Happy | Original Content Strategy Already Working
Original content looks like being a small but significant part of the future of online television.. It’s certainly an area Netflix, amongst others, has explored, and one which, according to a new report, looks to be working
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YouTube Founders Unveil MixBit, A Vine & Instagram Competitor With Hidden Tricks
The mobile video space is becoming more crowded by the day. Following on from Vine and its six seconds of recording simplicity, and Instagram and its 15 seconds of recording simplicity, comes MixBit. Can this new startup
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YouTube Opening New Production Studio In New York | Original Content Ramped Up
YouTube is set to continue its efforts to evolve from the home of a disparate collection of funny animal videos into the home of truly talented individuals all creating professional-quality programming. In order to affect this
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Google Launches Chromecast, a $35 Dongle That Streams Content From Mobile To TV
Google recently unveiled Chromecast, a $35 dongle that is able to stream content from mobile devices to your television. This is Google’s latest attempt to grab a foothold in the TV industry, which it’s going to need to be
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Hulu Owners Decide Not To Sell After All | Fox, NBC, & Disney Reinvest Millions Instead
Hulu has been withdrawn from sale for the second time in its history, with the joint partners once again deciding against accepting the bids that were coming in, just as they did in 2011. Instead, the three partners are
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Video on Instagram Arrives To Compete With Vine | Facebook & Twitter Go Head-To-Head
Facebook and Twitter have been at war as competing social networks for a number of years. But the latest battleground between the two is mobile video, with Video on Instagram (owned by Facebook) arriving as a direct response
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PalmPad: HP Slate in Palm Clothing? 17 June 2013, 15.02 4G Voice, Video, & Data
PalmPad: HP Slate in Palm Clothing?
Dec. 21, 2010 - 12:39 PM PDT Dec. 21, 2010 - 12:39 PM PDT Summary: It’s being reporting today that HP/Palm is preparing to release the “PalmPad” next month. The story is accompanied by a diagram showing the PalmPad.
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Home Health Monitoring is Big Business 17 June 2013, 15.02 4G Voice, Video, & Data
Home Health Monitoring is Big Business
Dec. 21, 2010 - 7:55 AM PDT Dec. 21, 2010 - 7:55 AM PDTSummary: Remote health monitoring generated €7.6 billion globally in 2010, an amount destined to grow as this nascent area of healthcare is used more heavily in the
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Last Minute Geek’s Holiday Gift Guide 17 June 2013, 15.02 4G Voice, Video, & Data
Last Minute Geek’s Holiday Gift Guide
Dec. 20, 2010 - 11:36 AM PDT Dec. 20, 2010 - 11:36 AM PDT The geek in your life is hard enough to find appropriate gifts for the holidays, and this year, once again you waited until the last moment. Never fear, we have scoured
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Android This Week: Leveling Off; Fring Calling; LogMeIn 17 June 2013, 15.02 4G Voice, Video, & Data
Android This Week: Leveling Off; Fring Calling; LogMeIn
Dec. 18, 2010 - 6:00 AM PDT Dec. 18, 2010 - 6:00 AM PDTSummary: The growth of Android in the smartphone space has been phenomenal, but recent ad statistics show it may be leveling off. VoIP calling is hot on Android, however,
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MobileTechRoundup 226 17 June 2013, 15.02 4G Voice, Video, & Data
MobileTechRoundup 226
Dec. 17, 2010 - 8:00 AM PDT Dec. 17, 2010 - 8:00 AM PDT Summary: Join James, Matt and Kevin live for this week’s audio podcast where they’ll cover the week’s mobile technology news and share experiences with the
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Kindle for Android Gets Periodicals, In-App Store 17 June 2013, 15.02 4G Voice, Video, & Data
Kindle for Android Gets Periodicals, In-App Store
Dec. 17, 2010 - 7:08 AM PDT Dec. 17, 2010 - 7:08 AM PDTSummary: Amazon has rolled out a major new version of the Kindle app for Android that adds magazines and newspapers to the standard e-book fare. The app also adds shopping
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Samsung ATIV Smart PC 17 June 2013, 15.02 4G Voice, Video, & Data
Samsung ATIV Smart PC
The tablet market is going into hyperdrive.  The announcement of Microsoft’s foray into the tablet market utilization with Windows 8 architecture made a few ripples.  It will be really interesting to see how this plays
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Norton Hotspot VPN 17 June 2013, 15.02 4G Voice, Video, & Data
Norton Hotspot VPN
One of the thorniest issues is traveling and maintaining security.  Norton has come up with a nice little VPN package that allows for secure surfing while on open networks. If you have ever been in a hotel, most likely you
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Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance WordPress Error 17 June 2013, 15.02 4G Voice, Video, & Data
Briefly unavailable for scheduled maintenance WordPress Error
WordPress is awesome until it isn’t.  Knowing you (or not really knowing you – but knowing how most people operate), you probably did the automatic update with no backup. Yep, it’s what most people do.  You
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