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Water-damaged Fujifilm X100 torn apart for fun and education (but mostly fun)

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James Maher had the unfortunate luck of placing his bag and prized Fujifilm X100 in a "dry" container on a fishing trip that didn't keep its contents very dry. Maher survived his harrowing voyage on the SS Hit 'em Hard, but his camera did not. Thankfully, the photographer didn't...
Water-damaged Fujifilm X100 torn apart for fun and education (but mostly fun)

Dell's comeback machine

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The redesigned Dell Latitude line will offer colors, a Linux mode, and other un-Dell touches. Photo: Dell I'm at Dell's design headquarters near Round Rock, Texas, getting a first glimpse of the company's colorful new line of business laptops that go on sale Tuesday, and I mention that the pink...
Dell's comeback machine

iPhone 5: new features review - video

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Apple's new iPhone 5 has been launched. The Guardian's technology editor Charles Arthur was given a first glimpseCharles ArthurGuy Grandjean...
iPhone 5: new features review - video
RIM's elusive 10-inch PlayBook surfaces in leaked photos

Arduino Leonardo finally launches with new pin layout, lower price (video)

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We caught our first glimpse at the new, simplified Arduino Leonardo at Maker Faire back in September of last year. At the time, we were promised a late October shipping date, but it failed to materialize. Finally, Massimo Banzi has taken the wraps off the slimmed down microcontroller and...
Arduino Leonardo finally launches with new pin layout, lower price (video)

Google Glass Diary, Part 4: Local Search & Navigation

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Remember that first Google Glass video? It was published a little more than a year ago and gave the world its first glimpse at what Google had in mind for Glass. Even though Google described it as “an early concept video,” you can clearly see that local search and navigation...
Google Glass Diary, Part 4: Local Search & Navigation

Here’s a list of things that Mountain Lion Killed today

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Apple’s merging of iOS with OS X continues today with our first glimpse at 10.8 Mountain Lion, the next major OS release for Macs. Of course in the process of bringing the best of both worlds together, some things win out. In the case of Mountain Lion, several apps...
Here’s a list of things that Mountain Lion Killed today

Google Glass Explorer Edition arrives at the FCC

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Folks, the rather dour line drawing that you can see in the image above is the very first glimpse of Google's wearable computing project as it swings through the FCC's underground facility. The documents reveal that the Project Glass Explorer Edition hardware is carrying a Broadcom 2.4GHz 802.11 b/g...
Google Glass Explorer Edition arrives at the FCC
Acer announces Iconia Tab A510 Olympic Games Edition

iPad mini display revealed in leaked photos

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We’ve already seen plenty of iPad mini parts floating around in the wild and on Wednesday we got our first glimpse of the smaller Apple (AAPL) tablet’s display. Wireless repair parts supplier ETrade Supply has posted some pictures of the iPad mini’s display up on its official blog that...
iPad mini display revealed in leaked photos
Project Glass Is The Future Of Google

Here are the first pages of a new manga comic series about Steve Jobs' life

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The first pages of a manga comic book series examining the life of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs have hit the Internet, giving readers a crucial first glimpse at the art style and story written by Mari Yamazaki. Spotted by Apple Insider (via Crunchyroll) manga publishing house Kodansha has released the...
Here are the first pages of a new manga comic series about Steve Jobs' life

Facebook Home photos show an elegant Android interface (and it may even tempt Facebook haters)

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And the Facebook Home/Facebook Phone leaks keep on coming. Now we have our first glimpse at Facebook Home’s user interface, courtesy of 9to5Google. Surprisingly, it seems that it’s more focused on delivering a great-looking Android experience, while much of the social functionality is subtly baked into the interface. While...
Facebook Home photos show an elegant Android interface (and it may even tempt Facebook haters)
Xbox To Reveal "A New Generation" Of Game Console May 21 At Microsoft's Redmond Campus
iFixit tears down Kindle Fire HD, finds completely new internals

A Review of Consistent Designs on the Web

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The visual language of a website impresses a visitor far beyond their first glimpse. In fact, in observing the best websites, you notice that the small details speak to you subconsciously and that consistency improves your experience of the website and as a result makes you more likely to return....
A Review of Consistent Designs on the Web

Meet Flower Power, the gizmo that prevents a house-plant apocalypse

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LAS VEGAS--I buy house plants. I kill house plants. It's the circle of life, but these vicious cycles need not be predestined fate. At CES 2013, Parrot--the company best known for its iPhone-controlled quadricopters--gave us the first glimpse at Flower Power, a fork-like gadget that you stick in your...
Meet Flower Power, the gizmo that prevents a house-plant apocalypse

Microsoft shows off new Xbox One dashboard

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So, we've just seen our first glimpse of the Xbox One, and after being turned on by voice control, we've had a look at the new dashboard, too. It's not a massive departure from the current one, but there are, of course, differences. Developing... Filed under: Gaming, Microsoft Comments...
Microsoft shows off new Xbox One dashboard

Microsoft briefly posts Surface pre-orders, reveals pricing

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Microsoft has been touting its Surface tablet since June, but it gave users the first glimpse of its price tag Tuesday. A pre-order page for the company's Surface tablets appeared briefly on the site Tuesday morning, quoting a starting price of $499 for the tablet's 32GB version. To include the...
Microsoft briefly posts Surface pre-orders, reveals pricing

Windows Phone weekend roundup: A sales uptick?

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We don’t do too many roundups here at TNW, aside from my weekly Microsoft entry, but this weekend we are making a small exception. Over the past 24 hours, a great number of Windows Phone tidbits have dropped, and while each is not quite worth its own post, in aggregate...
Windows Phone weekend roundup: A sales uptick?

Astronauts on the space station open the hatch of the docked SpaceX Dragon [video]

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In case you missed it, Elon Musk’s SpaceX program successfully docked with the International Space Station, a first for a non-governmental vehicle, early this morning, and what a momentous occasion it was. Think about it, up until the past few years, space travel in the United States was for NASA...
Astronauts on the space station open the hatch of the docked SpaceX Dragon [video]

Apple says Google Now hasn't even been submitted to the App Store, despite what Eric Schmidt says

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Despite some posturing by Google Chairman Eric Schmidt at a company event in India earlier today, Apple says that Google Now has not been submitted to the App Store for approval. Apple, as reported by Cnet’s Don Reisinger, has no power to approve or reject the app because it’s not even in its...
Apple says Google Now hasn't even been submitted to the App Store, despite what Eric Schmidt says
Case makers start teasing their smaller iPad cases, show off iPad mini renders
Jolla gives a first glimpse at its MeeGo-based Sailfish OS

A huge wave of Windows Live Wave 4 screenshots: First look at SkyDrive, Sync, Family Safety and Movie Maker

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Following the screenshots of Messenger, Writer, and Photo Gallery Wave 4, a whole set of screenshots were leaked by cnBeta.com again, this time showing us a first glimpse at Windows Live SkyDrive, Family Safety, Sync and Movie Maker. Let’s take a look at them individually below. SkyDrive The long rumoured...
A huge wave of Windows Live Wave 4 screenshots: First look at SkyDrive, Sync, Family Safety and Movie Maker
Google Launches Gmail 2.0 On iOS With New Design, Support For Multiple Accounts, Calendar And Google+ Integration & More

Trailer offers first glimpse at Steve Jobs biopic from 'Funny or Die'

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The teaser trailer for the "Funny or Die"-produced parody Steve biopic, "iSteve," has appeared online, offering a first look at Justin Long in the title role....
Trailer offers first glimpse at Steve Jobs biopic from 'Funny or Die'
T-Mobile announces March 26th event to debut value plans and possibly Apple devices

IK Multimedia iRig MIX review: a mobile mixer built for iDevices

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Accessories, iOS has them. Not many devices can boast the same rich and dazzling array of add-ons that the iPhone or iPad enjoy -- from keyboards to docks, arcade cabinets to battery packs. Today's offering? A mobile mixer. The iRig MIX from IK Multimedia, to be precise. It's essentially...
IK Multimedia iRig MIX review: a mobile mixer built for iDevices

ChromiumOS Flow Adds Hardware Support, Customized Menus, and More [Updates]

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Hexxeh, creator of the easiest way to test out Google's Chrome OS, has updated his unofficial ChromiumOS build to automatically update, support more video and Wi-Fi hardware, use webcams, and offer menu customization. All it needs is a 2 GB USB stick.That's all it needs to boot, but whether it...
ChromiumOS Flow Adds Hardware Support, Customized Menus, and More [Updates]
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