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Color's Plan C (Or Is It B.5?): Becoming Verizon's Live Mobile Video Partner

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Color, the famously overfunded social app shop, is still looking for its first big hit. But the company has found a way to get some help, with a deal with Verizon Wireless to pre-install Color on some of its Android smartphones. This will be an extension of Color’s current app,...
Color's Plan C (Or Is It B.5?): Becoming Verizon's Live Mobile Video Partner
NVIDIA unleashes GeForce GTX 690 graphics card, loads it with dual Kepler GPUs, charges $1k

Capture Fox: A Screencasting Add-on for Firefox

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While searching for screencasting tools for a colleague, I stumbled across Capture Fox, a free, Windows-only screen recording add-on for Firefox. It’s basic — it doesn’t have all the bells and whistles of more advanced tools like Camtasia or even Jing, for example — but if you’re just looking for...
Capture Fox: A Screencasting Add-on for Firefox
90 Seconds on The Verge: Wednesday, August 8th, 2012
Imagination Technologies GPU face-off: PowerVR SGX540 vs. SGX544
AMD Temash hands-on: basic Windows gaming on a 1080p tablet

Google Earth now available for Android

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As we hinted at last month, we knew Nexus One was going to be a great platform to showcase the rich (and technically demanding!) features of Google Earth. With a 1GHz processor, advanced 3D graphics, and Android 2.1, Nexus One packs a lot of performance in a thin package. Ever...
Google Earth now available for Android

Google Earth now available for Android

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(Cross-posted from Google LatLong)As we hinted at last month, we knew Nexus One was going to be a great platform to showcase the rich (and technically demanding!) features of Google Earth. With a 1GHz processor, advanced 3D graphics, and Android 2.1, Nexus One packs a lot of performance in a...
Google Earth now available for Android
Video: Touching Mortal Kombat Vita

Preview of 'The Hobbit' in 48fps draws mixed reviews

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Some viewers of the film come away unimpressed by higher framerate, while others love it. Most agree, however, that it makes for a huge change. [Read more]...
Preview of 'The Hobbit' in 48fps draws mixed reviews
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Why Peter Jackson will screen clips from 'The Hobbit' at Comic Con in 2D at 24fps
Splashtop THD released for Tegra 3-based Android 4.0 tablets
A single Dell XPS 14 drives a technology reviewer crazy
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