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Academic ebooks can succeed but publishers must play their part

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The era of academic ebooks is imminent, says Jonathan Wolff, but there are still improvements to be madeSurprisingly, there comes a time in life when the discussion of house prices and the quality of the local schools loses its charm. One then turns to marvelling at the bargain price of...
Academic ebooks can succeed but publishers must play their part

I’ve seen the future: Hands-on with Google Glass

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Like most of you, I’ve heard plenty about Google Glass and seen some interesting demos — including the amazingly cool one at the Google I/O keynote this morning that featured skydivers and stunt bike riders. It wasn’t until Sergey Brin put a prototype pair on my face this afternoon, though,...
I’ve seen the future: Hands-on with Google Glass

Lady Gaga: saviour of the book trade?

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The jury is out as 15,000 Little Monsters 'like' Gaga's Facebook tip, The Drunk DietAs the internet consolidates its position as the dominant medium(s) of our era, it's not just Amazon's terrifying brand reach - with the new smart phone app that allows people to use bricks and mortar booksellers...
Lady Gaga: saviour of the book trade?
Moving to digital-first is great, Disney - now go kill DVDs

Glasses-free 3DeeScreen augments Windows 7 displays, lets Peter Gabriel get in your eyes

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Glasses-free 3DTVs sporting 4K resolution don't exactly match up to the everyman's budget. Still, the tech needs to trickle down to the masses somehow and it appears Spatial View's keen to take up that three-dimensional, plebeian mantle. Available today, the outfit's inventively titled 3DeeScreen snaps onto 15.6-inch laptops of...
Glasses-free 3DeeScreen augments Windows 7 displays, lets Peter Gabriel get in your eyes

Supine Reading Glasses to spur recumbent reading movement

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Sound the nerd alert: the Supine Reading Glasses from Hammacher Schlemmer let you read a book while flat on your back. That’s right, no more holding the book above your head. Just hold it upright and let the “two optical-quality glass prisms” bend your vision 90 degrees. Aside from...
Supine Reading Glasses to spur recumbent reading movement
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Why Tilt Your Head When You Can Bend Your Vision? [Glasses]

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Reading while flat on your back's difficult. You need to either prop up your head or hold the book awkwardly above your face. Why go through that when you can use these glasses to "bend your vision" and remain supine? Sold by Hammacher Schlemmer, the Supine Reading Glasses use "two...
Why Tilt Your Head When You Can Bend Your Vision? [Glasses]

First Look: Nintendo DSi XL

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Just got another care package from Nintendo, and it's a big one — literally. Nintendo sent us one of its new DSi XL units, and color me impressed. The screens look great, and games look like they should have been on a screen this size in the first place. I...
First Look: Nintendo DSi XL

Google Play Books makes an efficient arrival in Germany

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Germans, grab your reading glasses, for it's today that Google is announcing the arrival of Play Books -- complete with the ability to purchase native language texts -- in the land of the Kant and Goethe. Yes, those in Deutschland may now buy and read titles from Google Play...
Google Play Books makes an efficient arrival in Germany
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Bon voyage! Stow is a sweet iOS packing-list app for forgetful travellers

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We’ve already looked at some of the best travel apps of 2012, and with 2013 now well underway, we’ve gotten wind of another neat little addition to your travel-app repertoire. Stow landed in the App Store today, serving up a sweet tool to help you pack everything you need for...
Bon voyage! Stow is a sweet iOS packing-list app for forgetful travellers

Researchers create incredibly thin solar cells flexible enough to wrap around a human hair

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You've probably heard that the sun is strong enough to power our planet many times over, but without a practical method of harnessing that energy, there's no way to take full advantage. An incredibly thin and light solar cell could go a long way to accomplishing that on a...
Researchers create incredibly thin solar cells flexible enough to wrap around a human hair

Will Apple's plans for an iWatch herald a new era of wearable tech?

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Apple and Google are just two of the giants working on gadgets that were once the realm of sci-fi - but that also push the frontiers of the privacy debateApple has already transformed two industries: music and computing. Now, as the company reportedly attempts the redefinition of the watch -...
Will Apple's plans for an iWatch herald a new era of wearable tech?
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