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New in Theaters: May 28th, 2010

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Wide Releases: Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time – Trailer I’m not super-excited for Prince of Persia but I’m not against it either. Jake Gyllenhaal can be a decent actor sometimes, and he’s certainly not unattractive to watch on the big screen. Directly Rank Against (scroll over to preview...
New in Theaters: May 28th, 2010

Introducing Chrome for Android

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In 2008, we launched Google Chrome to help make the web better. We’re excited that millions of people around the world use Chrome as their primary browser and we want to keep improving that experience. Today, we're introducing Chrome for Android Beta, which brings many of the things you’ve come...
Introducing Chrome for Android

An 8-Inch Apple Tablet? Steve Jobs Wouldn’t Be Happy

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Apple may be going against the wishes of its late co-founder Steve Jobs. The Wall Street Journal reports today that Apple is working with component suppliers in Asia to test a new tablet computer with a screen size of around 8 inches. That’s smaller than the iPad 2′s current 9.7-inch...
An 8-Inch Apple Tablet? Steve Jobs Wouldn’t Be Happy

Jurassic Park 3D Blu-ray comes home April 23rd after its one-week theatrical return

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We've known since last year that Jurassic Park would make its return to theaters in 3D this April, but now Universal has also dropped the details about its Blu-ray 3D release, as well as the 2D release of all the flicks individually in March. Just to fill in the...
Jurassic Park 3D Blu-ray comes home April 23rd after its one-week theatrical return

Sixteen new plasma TVs from Panasonic for 2013, none that break into larger classes

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The new 2013 lineup of Panasonic plasmas will be available starting in February, with 16 new models ranging from 42-inches to 65-inches -- nothing to compete with the 70 and up LCDs. The new flagship series is the ZT60. Only available in 60 and 65-inches, it is the only...
Sixteen new plasma TVs from Panasonic for 2013, none that break into larger classes

Sparrow minimalist email client for Mac: $6

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From 9to5Toys.com: Along with their popular bundle, MacUpdate offers Sparrow for Mac v1.5 for $5.99. That’s the lowest price we’ve found for this popular IMAP email client for Mac. Sparrow is a minimalist mail application for Mac. It was designed to keep things simple and efficient. No fancy stuff here…...
Sparrow minimalist email client for Mac: $6

Brand new Flick Fights podcast up! http://tinyurl.com/23ujk9d

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Brand new Flick Fights podcast up! http://tinyurl.com/23ujk9d

Hands-on with Flipboard for Android, and here’s how you can download it now

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The Next Web has covered Flipboard on a number of occasions since it first arrived on the iPad way back in 2010. And it has gone from strength to strength since then, eventually landing on the iPhone last December. So where else could it go to continue to grow? Well,...
Hands-on with Flipboard for Android, and here’s how you can download it now

Student publishes a new Shakespeare text

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We're not talking First Folio, mind. This is the world of 2b r nt 2b - but with the highest of motivesWilliam Shakespeare's reputation has little to fear from history, but even so it's nice to know that he has got a Yorkshire student at Northumbria university on his side.If...
Student publishes a new Shakespeare text

Real estate dorks unite: Trulia is developing a Google Glass app

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Is this the future of home search? Trulia today announced that it is working on a new Google Glass app, taking advantage of the cutting-edge augmented reality technology from the search giant that has yet to hit the mainstream market. “After spending three weeks with the device, I can...
Real estate dorks unite: Trulia is developing a Google Glass app
Pegleg Wants To Help You Find All Those Free, Full-Length Movies On YouTube

Flickd Movies for iPhone is the slickest way to remember movies you simply don’t want to miss

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It used to be that I would see every movie that mattered on opening weekend. Usually at midnight. Then I got married, had a kid and just generally got busier and I started slipping on seeing movies in the theater at all. But I’ll never stop being a movie lover...
Flickd Movies for iPhone is the slickest way to remember movies you simply don’t want to miss

Haye leaves for Las Vegas 'party'

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• Haye called to answer claims of assault on Dereck Chisora• Former WBA champion boasted on Twitter: 'its party time!'In the flick of a designer jacket he was gone. With the Munich police powerless to stop him, David Haye emerged from his London bolt hole, evaded the waiting cameramen in...
Haye leaves for Las Vegas 'party'

PSA: Sprint LTE goes live today, honest and for true

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Sprint's decision to take its LTE live in Kansas City marked a short prelude to a full orchestral performance -- the carrier's upgraded 4G network is now official. Kansas City and St. Joseph in Kansas, as well as 13 urban areas in Georgia and Texas, are taking the leap...
PSA: Sprint LTE goes live today, honest and for true

Nigeria's BlackBerry addiction offers hope for Research in Motion

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In Nigeria, South Africa and Egypt, Africa's three biggest economies, BlackBerrys outsold smartphone competitors this quarter"What's your BB pin?"The question is the ultimate social status badge for many young, urban Nigerians. Standing in front of a row of gleaming BlackBerry handsets in a Lagos phone shop, sales assistant Remi Olajuwon...
Nigeria's BlackBerry addiction offers hope for Research in Motion

Why Second Screens Beat the Super Bowl

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"If the Super Bowl is such a meaningless game, why are so many people posting updates about how they're not going to watch it?" said one of my Facebook friends, as the game approached halftime. OK, I don't follow football. And I especially don't know anything about the Super Bowl....
Why Second Screens Beat the Super Bowl
Why it's easier to get games discovered on Google Play than the App Store (exclusive)

Samsung Galaxy S III Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Update Starts Hitting Europe -- "Gradually" Heading To Other Markets

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Samsung has begun rolling out Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) to its Galaxy S III smartphone in Europe — which could mean the handset is the first non-Nexus Android phone to get updated to Android 4.1. Galaxy S III owners in Poland are first in the queue for the Jelly Bean...
Samsung Galaxy S III Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Update Starts Hitting Europe -- "Gradually" Heading To Other Markets

Facebook CEO: “we’ve made a bunch of mistakes.” Changes coming this week.

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In a surprising turn of events Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has responded personally to the recent privacy complaints. Facebook has been through an intense week of criticism and debate over its privacy issues and recent move to make everyones Facebok info public unless they choose to flick them back again...
Facebook CEO: “we’ve made a bunch of mistakes.” Changes coming this week.

30 best Android apps this week

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Real Boxing, MessageMe, The Great Brain Experiment, Artkive, Doro Experience, Spacecraft 3D, Romans and moreIt's time for our weekly roundup of brand new and notable apps for Android smartphones and tablets.The selection covers apps released for the first time in the last seven days, as opposed to updates to older...
30 best Android apps this week

Movie About Jimi Hendrix... Won't Use Any Jimi Hendrix Music Due To Licensing Issues

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Ah, the insanity of music licensing. There's apparently a biopic of Jimi Hendrix being made, starring Andre Benjamin (better known as Andre 3000 from Outkast) in the leading role. Of course, with a Hendrix biography, you'd think that the real star would be the music -- but in this case,...
Movie About Jimi Hendrix... Won't Use Any Jimi Hendrix Music Due To Licensing Issues

The future of US Army helicopters: pilots optional

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Five years ago, the Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter got a digital cockpit and fly-by-wire controls. Starting in 2011, the US Army would like it to perform missions without a pilot at the helm. In a 140-page "Unmanned Aircraft Systems Roadmap" released earlier this month, the Armed Forces reveal...
The future of US Army helicopters: pilots optional

WonderVoice wants to be Siri for Facebook

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Voice control is rapidly becoming a popular way of controlling consumer electronics from mobile phones to TVs, whether we like it or not (how often do you actually use Siri?). Now a new app is bringing the same approach to Facebook. WonderVoice, which launches today at the Dublin Web Summit (although...
WonderVoice wants to be Siri for Facebook

SkyDrive comes to Xbox Live as Microsoft teases over 40 new apps for 2013 (video)

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Ever the tease, Microsoft's Larry Hryb (aka Major Nelson) has listed 43 apps that'll arrive on Xbox consoles in selected regions between now and the spring of 2013. Notable additions include HBO Nordics in Denmark and Sweden, CBC Hockey Night in Canada and PBS here in the States. In...
SkyDrive comes to Xbox Live as Microsoft teases over 40 new apps for 2013 (video)

Sharp announces second screen support on iOS and Android for its SmartCentral HDTVs

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We're here at Sharp's CES 2013 press conference, that it'll release a SmartCentral second screen and remote control app for its Aquos TVs. The service will offer split-screen TV and web browsing support, and users will be able to "flick" photos and videos from their mobile device to the...
Sharp announces second screen support on iOS and Android for its SmartCentral HDTVs

Booting Up: Did You Bring Enough For Everyone? Edition

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Wikipedia Did we mention that winter is coming? Y Combinator is funding less startups in its winter 2013 cycle—less than 50 so far, down from 84 this summer. To reach the smaller number, the accelerator focused on predictors of failure. Turned out, they took a friendlier view of applicants they...
Booting Up: Did You Bring Enough For Everyone? Edition

SwiftKey updates Android keyboard alternative to add multiple-word swiping and new languages

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Today SwiftKey released the fourth iteration of its predictive text keyboard replacement for Android, adding a Swype-esque Flow Through Space feature that processes multiple words in a single swipe. In short, once you settle into the new SwiftKey, your typing speed will go up. SwiftKey has had its continuous typing...
SwiftKey updates Android keyboard alternative to add multiple-word swiping and new languages

Google’s Gesture Search Gives You A New Way To Search Android

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Android users have a new way to search their phones today, and it’s pretty damn cool. Google has just released a new application called Gesture Search that lets you search your phone’s contacts, bookmarks, applications, and music simply by scribbling out letters with your finger. No hunting and pecking — you...
Google’s Gesture Search Gives You A New Way To Search Android

Total Recall 'Mind-Bending' Blu-ray remembers a better looking video transfer July 31st

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After a disappointing initial go-round on Blu-ray back in '06 due to poor picture quality (which was improved upon slightly in a later Studiocanal release overseas), the 1990 version of Total Recall is coming back to the US with a "Mind-Bending Blu-ray Edition this summer. Timed to hit shelves...
Total Recall 'Mind-Bending' Blu-ray remembers a better looking video transfer July 31st

Twitter post-to-Facebook integration adds photos, tags and links, makes wild nights more regrettable

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Twitter has long had the option to send updates to Facebook, but most of what makes Twitter unique has been stripped out while cross-posting the night's escapades. That's been fixed just in time for the weekend. As of now, Twitter has confirmed to The Next Web that updates will...
Twitter post-to-Facebook integration adds photos, tags and links, makes wild nights more regrettable
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