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Rakuten takes majority stake in The Grommet, an online marketplace for 'undiscovered products'

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Japanese e-commerce juggernaut Rakuten today announced its second investment in The Grommet, a freshly renamed online marketplace for cool products that haven’t hit the big-time yet. The capital injection gives Rakuten a majority stake in the e-commerce and product discovery website. Formerly named Daily Grommet, The Grommet digs up, curates...
Rakuten takes majority stake in The Grommet, an online marketplace for 'undiscovered products'

AMD's A10-5800K and A8-5600K 'Trinity' APUs reviewed

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This story was brought to you by our friends at The Tech Report. You can visit the original story here.AMD's Trinity chip is making a debut, but it's not exactly a fresh face. We reviewed the mobile version of Trinity back in May and had mostly positive things to say...
AMD's A10-5800K and A8-5600K 'Trinity' APUs reviewed

Live from the Engadget CES Stage: an interview with Sandisk's Dinesh Bahal

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Is solid state storage you're thing? We'll be getting a demo of hard drive swapping from Sandisk's vice president of retail product marketing, Dinesh Bahal, just after the break. January 10, 2013 1:30 PM EST Check out our full CES 2013 stage schedule here!Continue reading Live from the Engadget...
Live from the Engadget CES Stage: an interview with Sandisk's Dinesh Bahal
Medallia's digital suggestion box for businesses locks up $35M

EVE Online dev reveals Oculus Rift-based space dogfighting 'experience'

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It's not clear if Icelandic game studio CCP is extending its crazy MMO, EVE Online, into the world of virtual reality, but the company is working on some form of EVE-based VR application using the Oculus Rift. CCP teased the concept during the keynote event at its Fanfest event...
EVE Online dev reveals Oculus Rift-based space dogfighting 'experience'
Watch this: Sony assembles three of its hottest gadgets in just five minutes

Microsoft Is Rushing To Open More Stores To Sell Its Surface Tablet (MSFT)

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Microsoft has taken a big chance by releasing its own pair of Surface tablets to compete directly with its PC partners. But one of the riskiest decisions could be to sell the tablets only through its own stores. It's only got 20 stores open and none in highly populated cities...
Microsoft Is Rushing To Open More Stores To Sell Its Surface Tablet (MSFT)
Snapzoom Gives You A Smartphone Camera Mount That Turns Binoculars Into A Super Zoom Lens

Facebook responds to 'Want' button lawsuit filed by CVG-SAB

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Facebook has hit back at a lawsuit, filed by CVG-SAB last month, which claims that the social network has copied its “Want” button idea. According to a report published by MLive earlier today, Facebook is arguing that the word “want” is a common term that people use frequently in everyday...
Facebook responds to 'Want' button lawsuit filed by CVG-SAB

Command & Conquer series pivots into a free-to-play future

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The concept of paying money up front for the privilege of playing a PC game is beginning to look downright old-fashioned these days. Venerable real-time strategy series Command & Conquer has become the latest to make the transition away from up-front purchases today, with EA today announcing the launch of...
Command & Conquer series pivots into a free-to-play future
I Am Alive Review - Better off dead
Microsoft plans holiday pop-up stores in New York, Chicago, and ten other areas

EQUISO RESPONDS: 'Demand For Our Product Is Staggering'

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Yesterday we reported on the curious situation with a company called Equiso. The company sells the "Smart TV," an Android-powered HDMI "dongle" which promises to turn every television into a smart, web-connected device. We wrote that the company faces "legions of unhappy customers, alleged threats from hacking group Anonymous, and...
EQUISO RESPONDS: 'Demand For Our Product Is Staggering'
Makerbot Releases The $2,199 Replicator 2.0, A Leap Forward In Home 3D Printing

Ask Engadget: should companies include a cable with a new product?

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We know you've got questions, and if you're brave enough to ask the world for answers, here's the outlet to do so. This week's Ask Engadget inquiry is from is from David, who wants to know if you'd prefer a free cable or a cheaper device when you buy...
Ask Engadget: should companies include a cable with a new product?
Philippe Starck allegedly working with Apple on 'revolutionary' project for later this year
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