Indie game roundup: Runner 2, The Bridge, and Leap Day
Indie game roundup: Runner 2, The Bridge, and Leap Day
                                       

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LG Optimus F7 and F5 hands-on: mid-range devices for first time LTE users

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After a couple of leaks last week all but completely unveiled the Optimus F7 and F5 to the general public, LG's made the devices official today at MWC 2013. The two handsets are part of the company's mid-range line, devised as a bridge for users crossing over from aging...
LG Optimus F7 and F5 hands-on: mid-range devices for first time LTE users

Google Glass patent application gets really technical

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The Web giant details everything from the bridge to the display of its high-tech spectacles, saying advancements in wearable displays have really been needed. [Read more]...
Google Glass patent application gets really technical

Canon MREAL Mixed Reality headset hands-on (video)

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Thought Google Glass cost a pretty penny? Well, try this head-mounted display on for size. It's that Mixed Reality wearable from Canon that we've been hearing so much about. As previously noted, it's set to hit the States the first of next month, carrying a decidedly gigantic $125,000 price...
Canon MREAL Mixed Reality headset hands-on (video)

Google Glass patent application shows detailed diagrams

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Along with a lot of publicity, Project Glass from Google has generated a bevy of approved patents and applications, but the latest one shows that the search giant's trying to wrap up the whole kit and kaboodle -- replete with detailed diagrams and descriptions to back it up. Specifically,...
Google Glass patent application shows detailed diagrams

Google ports Chrome OS app launcher to the Chrome browser Dev channel on Windows; Mac and Linux coming soon

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Google on Wednesday announced a significant bridge between Chrome and Chrome OS: the app launcher, a little window that features all your apps in one place. The company has ported the dedicated “home for your apps” from Chrome OS to its Chrome browser. As of today, the new feature is...
Google ports Chrome OS app launcher to the Chrome browser Dev channel on Windows; Mac and Linux coming soon

Berlin's Productivity App Maker 6Wunderkinder Plucks Chad Fowler From LivingSocial As New CTO

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6Wunderkinder, the Berlin-based developer of cross-platform productivity app Wunderlist, today announced a step up in its ambitions as a “productivity platform” for a global audience: it has hired American Chad Fowler as its new CTO. Fowler, well known as an expert and leader in Ruby on Rails, had been the...
Berlin's Productivity App Maker 6Wunderkinder Plucks Chad Fowler From LivingSocial As New CTO

BlackBerry PlayBook update rebrands to BlackBerry World, puts SMS into Bridge

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It isn't all about the Z10, you know. BlackBerry just gave PlayBook owners some equal time in the sun with a new (if unceremoniously titled) 2.1.0.1526 update. The release puts the tablet through the same BlackBerry World rebranding we've seen on the Z10 along with truly functional improvements, such...
BlackBerry PlayBook update rebrands to BlackBerry World, puts SMS into Bridge

2013 Chevy Sonic, Spark models get Siri support via MyLink

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As promised, Chevrolet's 2013 Sonic and Spark cars have been updated to support Siri Eyes Free. The bridge is handled through MyLink, a touchscreen interface built into the vehicles. To use the function a person has to connect a cellular-equipped iOS device via Bluetooth; commands are issued by pressing a...
2013 Chevy Sonic, Spark models get Siri support via MyLink

Android 4.2.2 update reveals minor changes to Quick Settings and more

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Android 4.2.2 began arriving on an assortment of Nexus devices yesterday with "performance and stability" improvements listed as the only changes, but Android Police dug into Google's change logs and compiled a list of small tweaks. With the update on board, Play Store downloads now display the time left...
Android 4.2.2 update reveals minor changes to Quick Settings and more
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