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Week in gaming: Genocideal Jedi, DRM, Nerf swords

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This week in gaming we take another look at the historical bad guys in the world of Star Wars, discuss why DPI in gaming mice may be more important than we thought, look at the first details of Nintendo's upcoming 3DS system, and hear about DRM frustration from an...
Week in gaming: Genocideal Jedi, DRM, Nerf swords
Microsoft readying Windows 8 for "resolutionary" tablets

Did the Samsung Galaxy S III just appear in Vietnam? (video)

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Whoa, there. We're still weeks away from an official big stage unveiling, but it looks like Samsung's next Galaxy phone is already out there. Vietnamese site Tinhte, who have past form on these kind of things, have got their hands on the GT-I9300 -- purportedly the Galaxy S III...
Did the Samsung Galaxy S III just appear in Vietnam? (video)
Kobo Aura HD Review: A "luxury" e-reader that's not worth the price

Procera Networks Buys Vineyard Networks For $28M To Beef Up Its Deep Packet Inspection Capabilities

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Some consolidation in the world of network traffic management — and specifically services involving the data-filtering process of deep-packet inspection. Procera Networks, the publicly-traded Fremont, CA-based provider of policy enforcement services to carriers, is buying Vineyard Networks, a Canada-based specialist in deep-packet inspection, for 28 million Canadian dollars, C$15.4 million...
Procera Networks Buys Vineyard Networks For $28M To Beef Up Its Deep Packet Inspection Capabilities

HTC One unveiled: 4.7-inch 1080p display, 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon 600, UltraPixel camera, Android 4.1.2 with Sense 5

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Despite the abundant fanfare and critical acclaim, HTC's One X just couldn't quite mark the spot in 2012. No wonder, then, that the company's lopped off that extraneous letter in favor of a fresher start and renewed brand focus for its latest flagship: the One. Gone by the wayside...
HTC One unveiled: 4.7-inch 1080p display, 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon 600, UltraPixel camera, Android 4.1.2 with Sense 5

Android’s ‘Density-Independent Pixel’

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Android devices have wildly-varying pixel-per-inch resolutions. To aid developers, the OS offers a “density-independent pixel” unit of measurement: A virtual pixel unit that applications can use in defining their UI, to express layout dimensions or position in a density-independent way. The density-independent pixel is equivalent to one physical pixel on...
Android’s ‘Density-Independent Pixel’

YotaPhone Android prototype with dual LCD and E Ink displays -- hands on (video)

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Yesterday we brought you the announcement, and today we bring you the hands-on reality -- although bear in mind that this dual-screen YotaPhone is still very much a prototype. It certainly works -- pretty well, in fact -- but it's understandably rough around the edges and Yota Devices have...
YotaPhone Android prototype with dual LCD and E Ink displays -- hands on (video)
A Really Good Guess At What An iPhone With A Big Screen Could Look Like (AAPL)

Iron Man mouse fuels your hot-rod red obsession, is all about the next mission

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Whether you're looking to instill fear in the hearts of enemies at LAN, or just want to edit spreadsheets in style, this Iron Man mouse will do everything a normal mouse can... just cooler. To capitalize on hype for the third installment of the superhero film franchise, Japanese company...
Iron Man mouse fuels your hot-rod red obsession, is all about the next mission

Razer's ambidextrous Ouroboros mouse now shipping, ready to placate left-handed gamers

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Had your eye on Razer's symmetrical gaming mouse? Peek at your email -- the firm's online storefront is quietly tipping customers that the Ouroboros is now shipping. Much like that other transforming rodent, the Ouroboros can change its shape by extending its palm rest or swapping out select components...
Razer's ambidextrous Ouroboros mouse now shipping, ready to placate left-handed gamers

Mac OS X 10.7.3 graphics fuel rumors of high-DPI Mac screens

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Skulking in Apple's Mac OS X 10.7.3 update has raised possibilities that Apple's on-again, off-again high-DPI support may be more established in the final version. Art assets found for mouse pointers by Marc Edwards both look different and scale to large sizes without the usual pixelated look. One claim had...
Mac OS X 10.7.3 graphics fuel rumors of high-DPI Mac screens
Check out HiDPI mode on your Mac right now with AirDisplay (and a new iPad)

3D printed record puts a new spin on digital music (video)

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If you thought downloading music from the internet had nothing new to offer, think again. One of the tech editors over at Instructables -- Amanda Ghassaei -- has put a new twist on the digital delivery of music by 3D printing a record. Ghassaei developed a technique that converts...
3D printed record puts a new spin on digital music (video)

Two New DreamBerry BlackBerry 11 Slider Concepts Emerge!

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We we're interupted yesterday from our series of reader-submitted Dream BlackBerry designs by a "Reality" BlackBerry. While the first images of the BlackBerry 10 "London" phone showed a beautiful full touchscreen design (apparently 4.2" w/ a DPI that smokes the retina display on the iPhone 4), our next two...
Two New DreamBerry BlackBerry 11 Slider Concepts Emerge!
Review: High-DPI Toshiba Kirabook goes after Retina MacBook Pro
Air Display update makes iPad a Retina monitor for Mac, enables HiDPI mode
Gift Guide: Doxie Go Scanner
NVIDIA unveils Tegra 4 mobile processor with five CPU cores, 72 GPU cores

LED and LCD Monitor Questions and Answers

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LED and LCD Monitor Questions and Answers is a post from Chris PirilloGraham Walters has a series of monitor questions (some of which are near impossible for anybody to answer with objectivity):Do you think Eyefinity will be released for the Mac Pro anytime soon?I don’t think I can answer that...
LED and LCD Monitor Questions and Answers

Kobo launches limited edition 265 DPI Aura HD e-ink reader

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E-Book vendor Kobo today announced its limited-edition Kobo Aura HD E-Ink ebook reader. Designed for the world's most passionate booklover, Kobo Aura HD delivers the best eReading experience with the highest resolution 6.8" E Ink display available on the market today....    ...
Kobo launches limited edition 265 DPI Aura HD e-ink reader

Panasonic rolls out pair of new office document scanners

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Electronics manufacturer Panasonic announced today the new KV-S1026C and KV-S1015C personal workgroup document scanners, aimed at small and medium businesses looking to organize, sync and share documents or protect important physical records with digital archives. The KV-S1026C and KV-S1015C offer high-speed scanning of up to 30 pages per minute and...
Panasonic rolls out pair of new office document scanners

BMW and Thermaltake's Level 10 M gaming mouse is real, costs $100

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Thermaltake and BMW DesignworksUSA's Level 10 M gaming mouse has made the transition from concept to reality. Unlike its teasing appearance in January, the unit now has some real-world specifications, including five programmable keys and a Z-key that'll change your gaming profile on the fly. The optical unit's DPI...
BMW and Thermaltake's Level 10 M gaming mouse is real, costs $100

Spoonflower Lets You Design And Sell Your Own Custom Fabric

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Our trip to the Southeast a couple weeks back offered up plenty of cool tech companies, but one that lingers in the memory is Spoonflower. And not because the name is so… catchy, either. The idea itself is actually quite interesting: Spoonflower lets the everyday Joe design their own fabric...
Spoonflower Lets You Design And Sell Your Own Custom Fabric
Often-rumored Apple partner Sharp announces production of Hi-DPI IGZO LCD displays
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?