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Windows Phone 8 launches: all the news from Microsoft's big event

Dell's Haswell offerings include a convertible Ultrabook and a 27-inch AiO with a discrete graphics processor

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Dell is jumping on the Haswell train in a big way. The company announced at Computex a raft of new consumer and commercial notebook and desktop PCs that will be powered by Intel's fourth-generation Core processors. Desktops Dell remains committed to the desktop PC--and not just with all-in-one offerings....
Dell's Haswell offerings include a convertible Ultrabook and a 27-inch AiO with a discrete graphics processor

Urban Tour Guide Game StrayBoots Launches Out Of SMS; iPhone App Available Now

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Not many game makers launch exclusively onto SMS (yes, SMS), but the guys over at Strayboots felt that their interactive urban tour guide games would only catch on if everyone had the opportunity to play. Six months later, however, Strayboots is poised to announce the latest iteration of the game:...
Urban Tour Guide Game StrayBoots Launches Out Of SMS; iPhone App Available Now

'Introverted' Evernote pairs with messaging app Kakao Talk (and its 90 million users)

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It's not all WhatsApp and LINE. If you're in Korea, then your messaging app of choice is most likely to be Kakao Talk, and Evernote hopes that allying with the app will expand its remit and boost its presence in Asia. The team-up looks set to bring Evernote's services...
'Introverted' Evernote pairs with messaging app Kakao Talk (and its 90 million users)

The Updated Nook HD+ Is Still Fighting The Tablet Wars

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The Nook HD+ came out last December to mixed reviews. The device had a great screen but problematic bugs caused laggy performance and low scores. The company has come out with an updated version and we took a look. The 9-inch Nook HD+ is a Retina-quality tablet with a very...
The Updated Nook HD+ Is Still Fighting The Tablet Wars

iPhone 5 review round-up: It's everything Apple promised

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Ahead of the iPhone 5′s official release on Friday, hands-on reviews from major newspapers and tech sites have started to roll in. It probably shouldn’t surprise us by this point, but the reviews are almost universally positive. Considering the iPhone 4S was similarly well received, and the iPhone 5 is...
iPhone 5 review round-up: It's everything Apple promised

Verizon Galaxy S III has locked bootloader (but it's been rooted anyway)

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Based on Samsung's hacker-friendly track record, you'd generally expect one of it smartphones to come with an unlocked bootloader, making it easy to update or tweak with unofficial ROMs. That's not the case with Verizon's imminent version of the Galaxy S III, however. As the folk at XDA know...
Verizon Galaxy S III has locked bootloader (but it's been rooted anyway)

With A Beautiful New Redesign, Unroll.me Comes Out Of Beta To Roll Up All Your Junk Email Subscriptions

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Unroll.me launched in private beta a few months ago to help end email fatigue — specifically that which is linked to all the email subscriptions that users sign up for and forget about. That includes all the daily deals, travel promotions, and the like that you don’t necessarily want to...
With A Beautiful New Redesign, Unroll.me Comes Out Of Beta To Roll Up All Your Junk Email Subscriptions
Android this week: Razr M Jelly Beaned; Wallet v. Isis; Nexus 7 refunds

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean review: a look at what's changed in Google's mobile OS

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Google's next iteration of Android wasn't quite the full-point release jump that many of you were perhaps anticipating. Rather than using Google I/O 2012 as the launching pad for Android 5.0, we're being formally introduced to v4.1 -- a mere 0.1 ahead of where Ice Cream Sandwich placed us...
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean review: a look at what's changed in Google's mobile OS

Sega Goes Nuclear On YouTube Videos Of Old Shining Force Game

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Sega has a history of being less than friendly to their fans and customers. Recall that they were unable to respond to one customer's concerns about SOPA, other than to ramble on about reboots and hard resets. Then there was their DRM fiasco when an iteration of their popular Football...
Sega Goes Nuclear On YouTube Videos Of Old Shining Force Game

iPhone 5 repairs aren't cheap -- it's the replacement parts

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Fixing a busted iPhone screen can cost a pretty penny. And, it appears that repairs for each iteration of the device are just getting more expensive. [Read more]...
iPhone 5 repairs aren't cheap -- it's the replacement parts

VLC 2.02 adds Retina display support, ditches font cache interruptions

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The latest version of everyone's favorite file-type-friendly media player has been updated on both Windows and OS X, although the Apple iteration gets the most major addition -- playback support on the new MacBook Pro's Retina display. Alongside sharper menus, VLC's latest update extends functionality to the video itself,...
VLC 2.02 adds Retina display support, ditches font cache interruptions

Adobe Photoshop Touch for Phone brings powerful image editing to the iPhone and iPod touch

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Adobe on Wednesday officially released the latest iteration of its mobile Photoshop software, Photoshop Touch for Phone, bringing powerful image editing to the iPhone and iPod touch....
Adobe Photoshop Touch for Phone brings powerful image editing to the iPhone and iPod touch

Motorola's Opportunity: Droid Razr M vs. iPhone 5

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Apple is expected to announce the newest iteration of the iPhone on Wednesday. It will likely - and finally - have a bigger screen along with 4G LTE, better central and graphics processors, and Apple's vaunted Retina display. The problem for Apple? Manufacturers like Motorola are beating it to the...
Motorola's Opportunity: Droid Razr M vs. iPhone 5
Dennis Crowley's favorite thing about NYC tech? The Muggles are here

Mozilla Readies Major Firefox Redesign As It Ponders What The Browser Of The Future Should Look Like

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“Maybe we shouldn’t even call it a browser anymore,” Mozilla’s VP of Firefox engineering Jonathan Nightingale told me a few days ago. “‘Browser’ is really an antiquated word. People don’t really browse all that much anymore.” Instead, he argues, we now mostly use our browsers to access sophisticated web apps,...
Mozilla Readies Major Firefox Redesign As It Ponders What The Browser Of The Future Should Look Like

Hands-on with LG's new Optimus L Series II Android smartphones

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LG announced the second iteration of its Optimus L Series smartphones earlier this month, but it’s held off on actually showing the devices to the public until Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The LG Optimus 7II has the highest specs out of the trio , offering a 1GHz dual-core Qualcomm...
Hands-on with LG's new Optimus L Series II Android smartphones

iTunes Gets a Major Makeover

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The iPhone 5 was the centerpiece of Apple’s invitation-only event Wednesday morning, but there was another important product debuted alongside it: A brand new version of iTunes. A complete redesign of Apple’s media software, the latest iteration of iTunes features a new more intuitive layout, improved performance, easier playlist creation,...
iTunes Gets a Major Makeover

West Virginia Lawmaker Seeks To Ban Drivers From Wearing Head Mounted Displays Like Google Glass

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I don’t see any problem with this. In short, a West Virginia lawmaker wants to make wearing head mounted displays while driving against the law in his state. The devices would join other banned electronic communication devices like cell phones. The bill, while perhaps a bit laughable at first, is...
West Virginia Lawmaker Seeks To Ban Drivers From Wearing Head Mounted Displays Like Google Glass

Vodafone shares reach 10-year high

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Rumoured £161bn takeover bid by US firms AT&T and Verizon would dwarf AOL's acquisition of Time Warner in 2000Vodafone's shares hit a decade high on Tuesday on renewed rumours that the mobile phone company may be subject to a £161bn bid - which would smash previous takeover records.Shares in Vodafone...
Vodafone shares reach 10-year high

Don't fret: There's another mobile RSS reader for you out there yet

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It’s been a bit of an interesting week for Android users. On the one hand, Samsung, the world’s biggest Android handset manufacturer, just announced the next iteration of its very popular smartphone, and on the other, Google announced the impending shut down of Reader, which will inevitably impact mobile...
Don't fret: There's another mobile RSS reader for you out there yet

Facebook gift-giving moves from virtual to actual goodies

www.techhive.com
It's only September, but Facebook is already getting into the gift-giving spirit with a new feature that lets you send physical items such as cupcakes, gift cards, stuffed animals, and magazine subscriptions to your Facebook friends. The new feature, dubbed Facebook Gifts, recently started rolling out to profiles and...
Facebook gift-giving moves from virtual to actual goodies

Students to solve 250,000 algebra equations in one week with iOS app

www.geekwire.com
Video games are making their way into Washington schools early next month and for all the right reasons. Using an iteration of a learning app called DragonBox, the Washington State Algebra Challenge is a one-of-a-kind campaign to get students across the state to solve 250,000 equations in just one week. Scheduled for...
Students to solve 250,000 algebra equations in one week with iOS app

Linux Mint 15 hits the web, begs for 'Olivia' Munn endorsement

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As with previous releases, the newest Mint iteration, "Olivia," comes in two distinct flavors: Cinnamon and MATE. While both have received a bit of polish, it's the fresher Cinnamon that has gotten the most attention. Version 1.8 of the desktop environment has received plenty of bug fixes, along with...
Linux Mint 15 hits the web, begs for 'Olivia' Munn endorsement

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

5 Smartphones To Rival The iPhone 5

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The biggest tech announcement of the year is set to be made tomorrow as Apple will unveil its newest iPhone to the masses. The iPhone launched the smartphone revolution, but five years after its debut, Apple's signature product is just one of many great options. Below we present the top...
5 Smartphones To Rival The iPhone 5

On Legacy iPhones and Cannibalization

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By continuing to sell legacy iPhones after the debut of the device’s latest iteration, Apple, which has long catered to the higher end of the markets it plays in, is extending its reach to price-sensitive consumers. That’s a great way to spur iPhone adoption, but is it a source of...
On Legacy iPhones and Cannibalization

Enabling the next generation of computer scientists with CS4HS

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For the past four years, Google has sponsored an initiative called Computer Science for High School (CS4HS). The mission of this aptly named collaboration is simple: to bring computer science professional development to educators through hands-on workshops. In collaboration with universities, colleges and technical schools, we have helped K-12 educators...
Enabling the next generation of computer scientists with CS4HS
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