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Facebook is Getting Crowded: 12 Media Apps Join Timeline

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Facebook users, do you "like" this? Today Facebook launched 12 media apps for Timeline, joining social news apps such as Yahoo!, Washington Post Social Reader, Digg Social Reader and The Guardian's social news app. This announcement comes shortly after Facebook launched 60 social apps that focused mostly on cooking, eating,...
Facebook is Getting Crowded: 12 Media Apps Join Timeline

The problem with virtual training: instructional design, not distance

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Training at a distance is more hassle than it’s worth, several CEOs have warned. But when we recently reported their cautions against onboarding new employees virtually, a senior analyst at training consultancy Bersin & Associates named Janet Clarey took exception with their point of view in the comments. Not that...
The problem with virtual training: instructional design, not distance

Toyota Introducing Wireless Mat Phone Chargers

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The popular car company is said to be pioneering the new technology in their 2013 models. When shopping for a new car in the coming months, consumers may want to add in one handy extra: a wireless phone charger. Toyota is said to be creating a new wireless car...
Toyota Introducing Wireless Mat Phone Chargers

Photokina 2012: Full frame, FTW

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The highlight of this year's biannual Photokina camera show was a bevy of full-frame cameras, a couple at new low price points. [Read more]...
Photokina 2012: Full frame, FTW

Sony Xperia TL joins AT&T's 4G LTE lineup as official James Bond phone

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Strange, but true: it seems James Bond is an Android man and the Xperia TL, his phone of choice. Well, at least that's the marketing tie-in made possible by Sony's corporate synergy. Regardless, the company's latest smartphone flagship has found a new stateside home on AT&T's 4G LTE network....
Sony Xperia TL joins AT&T's 4G LTE lineup as official James Bond phone
Cydia: Making iOS more like Android, one tweak at a time

Kindle app for Android updated with Send-to-Kindle functionality, lets you sling documents to green little robots everywhere

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Fan of reading, you maverick you? Well if you're rocking an Android device, head on over to the Market Google Play and hit update on that Kindle app, as the online retailer from the Northwest has some fresh bits waiting for you. New today is access to a bevy...
Kindle app for Android updated with Send-to-Kindle functionality, lets you sling documents to green little robots everywhere

Good news, gamers: Windows Phone finally getting uber-popular Temple Run

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One of the top mobile games is finally coming to Windows Phone. At this week’s Game Developer’s Conference, Microsoft announced that Temple Run will be arriving in the Windows Phone Marketplace “very, very soon.” Microsoft is actually a bit late with this, as it promised Temple Run for the 2012 holiday...
Good news, gamers: Windows Phone finally getting uber-popular Temple Run

My life as a cyborg

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Google is pushing its Project Glass. But one CNET writer spends time with a bevy of cutting edge wearable computers, seeing what it's like to live a computerized life. [Read more]...
My life as a cyborg

Inside Google's amazing Accessory Development Kit demo hardware (video)

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The coolest thing at Google I/O this year isn't a cheap tablet or a pair of overpriced glasses or even a killer keyboard. It is, believe it or not, an alarm clock. But not just any alarm clock -- this is an alarm clock with potential. What you see...
Inside Google's amazing Accessory Development Kit demo hardware (video)

Forrester: Apple’s TV distinction could be portability

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Frankly, no one has really sold me on why Apple should build a TV aside from its portable set-top box called the Apple TV.  With 7 year upgrade cycles and razor thin margins, it seems like Apple would be hard pressed to introduce something noticeably better than a current high end...
Forrester: Apple’s TV distinction could be portability

Google Shopping spiffs up ahead of the holidays with Shortlists and 360-degree views

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Google is getting ready for the holiday season by adding a bevy of features to it premier shopping products. The company's web-based Shopping search tool has received a number of tweaks, including reviews from friends and discount tracking. The most visually arresting change is certainly the addition of 360-degree...
Google Shopping spiffs up ahead of the holidays with Shortlists and 360-degree views

Sony Has Sold 1.2M PlayStation Vitas Since December Launch

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Sony Corp. says it has sold 1.2 million PlayStation Vitas worldwide, exceeding the company’s expectations amid stiff competition from mobile devices and Nintendo. The handheld game system launched last week in North America, Latin America, Europe and elsewhere. It went on sale in December in Japan and other parts of...
Sony Has Sold 1.2M PlayStation Vitas Since December Launch

Software: The new networking paradigm

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VMware’s Herrod discussing the software-defined data center at Structure.VMware’s planned acquisition of Nicra for $1.25 billion represents the evolution of networking beyond the hardware-dominated point of view that has sustained the industry for decades. On the same day Cisco said it would cut 2 percent of its workforce, VMware said...
Software: The new networking paradigm

Broadcom: 802.11ac chipsets already in preproduction, preparing router invasion in summer

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Broadcom might have unveiled a bevy of 802.11ac chipsets back at CES, however when it came to availability the chipmaker played more than coy as to when they'd sashay their way out of developmental labs and into the hands of actual consumers. Fast-forward to MWC and the chipmaker's isn't...
Broadcom: 802.11ac chipsets already in preproduction, preparing router invasion in summer

Startup Weekend begins its 2012 Global Startup Battle, aims to build 1,200 companies in over 130 cities

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Startup Weekend, the organization famous for its self-described 54-hour “entrepreneurship boot camp” has teamed up with the Kauffman Foundation on a new worldwide competition its calling the Global Startup Battle. It says that it hopes that 1,200 new companies and startups will be created in just one week from Kansas...
Startup Weekend begins its 2012 Global Startup Battle, aims to build 1,200 companies in over 130 cities

Linux kernel 3.10 arrives with ARM big.LITTLE support

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Thanks to Linus Torvalds' figurative stroke of the pen, the Linux kernel 3.10 is now final -- paving the way for its inclusion in a bevy of Linux distributions, and even offshoots such as Android and Chrome OS. The fresh kernel brings a good number of changes, such as...
Linux kernel 3.10 arrives with ARM big.LITTLE support
IOC goes for social gold with Olympics hub and official Instagram, Tumblr accounts

Humble THQ Bundle threatens to ruin the brand's reputation

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Since its successful debut back in 2010, the Humble Bundle has built a reputation for combining little-known independent games with a popular pay-what-you-want model and platform-agnostic, DRM-free downloads. The company's latest bundle, a partnership with major publisher THQ, could ruin that reputation in one stroke by abandoning some of the...
Humble THQ Bundle threatens to ruin the brand's reputation

Engadget's holiday gift guide 2012: gaming

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Welcome to the Engadget holiday gift guide! Picking presents for friends and loved ones is never a simple task, and with thousands of options for each category, buying technology can be an especially frustrating experience. We're here to help. Below you'll find today's bevy of curated picks, and you...
Engadget's holiday gift guide 2012: gaming

iFixit pries apart the Droid 4, strips slider to see its silicon insides

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Verizon's Droid 4 was officially released last week, so naturally, iFixit spent the weekend pulling the phone apart for all to see. Among the nuggets of knowledge uncovered during the teardown is the discovery that the fourth iteration breaks from Droid tradition in a couple of not-so-positive ways. First...
iFixit pries apart the Droid 4, strips slider to see its silicon insides

Nintendo releases a bevy of new and old games on its 3DS

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The game maker harkens back to the 1990's by releasing old hits -- such as The Legend of Zelda, Donkey Kong Country, and Yoshi's Island -- on its 3D handheld console. [Read more]...
Nintendo releases a bevy of new and old games on its 3DS
Google puts the focus on women tech stars with new web series
Google Admits It Spams The Hell Out Of You In New Gmail Commercial

iPad Mini may be unveiled on Oct. 23 -- stealing limelight from Microsoft's Surface

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Most recently in the iPad Mini rumor mill, we heard that Apple was going to send out invites on October 10 for an event on the 17th. Well that date has come and gone without a peep from Apple. Now it looks like the company may be aiming for...
iPad Mini may be unveiled on Oct. 23 -- stealing limelight from Microsoft's Surface
Wii U GamePad controller hands-on
Google's future now: LG Nexus 4, Samsung Nexus 10, and Android 4.2

Nintendo at E3: press conference liveblog

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In advance of E3's official start later in the day, Nintendo will be presenting its traditional pre-E3 press conference on the morning of Tuesday, June 5 at 9:00am PDT (GMT-7—see when the liveblog starts in your own timezone). Nintendo's presentation is likely to focus on the Wii U, the tablet-controlled...
Nintendo at E3: press conference liveblog

The Difference Between Nuanced Discussion And The Evil Underbelly Of The Internet Is Apparently A Fine Line Indeed

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We recently posted what I thought was an interesting essay by musician Erin McKeown on her reaction to seeing someone copy a song of hers, and have that other song become a "hit." We thought it was an interesting and nuanced exploration of some of the challenges of being a...
The Difference Between Nuanced Discussion And The Evil Underbelly Of The Internet Is Apparently A Fine Line Indeed
TweetDeck update brings best of “New-New Twitter” to desktop
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?