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Rugged Camera Round-Up: The Round-Up

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So we’ve looked at four rugged and waterproof cameras this week: the $150 Kodak PlaySport, the $200 Fujifilm XP10, the $300 Casio EX-G1, and the $400 Olympus 8010. Which, if any, is worth your hard-earned scratch? Spoiler alert: I prefer the Casio. But here’s a quick rundown of their pros...
Rugged Camera Round-Up: The Round-Up

I Use Wikipedia More Than Makeup (How To Donate During The Off Season)

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I just donated $40 to Wikipedia, because I promised myself I would every time I poked fun at its Holiday donation drive and then just never got around to it. Did you know that you could actually donate during the off-season (Via the covert “Donate to Wikipedia” link at the far...
I Use Wikipedia More Than Makeup (How To Donate During The Off Season)
Watch Polygon's live 'Diablo III' playthrough stream for a chance to win the game

What Android might bring us from CTIA

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How much Android noise will be coming out of the Big Easy with next week's annual conference? Spoiler Alert! Not much. [Read more]...
What Android might bring us from CTIA

The big data world is operating at 1 percent

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Many would be shocked to know that researchers analyze and gather insights from only 1 percent of the world’s data. That 1 percent of analyzed data has been the only driver of innovation and insights in what we now know as “big data.” The other 99 percent of the 1 quintillion...
The big data world is operating at 1 percent
PLAiR Adds AirPlay-Like Functionality To Any HDTV For $99, Now Available For Sale
12 Hours Of Huffing: A HuffPost Live Viewing Diary

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: January 30, 2012

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Shrug off that case of the Mondays you’ve had all day and check out what made news in the gadget world today. For starters, there are a couple new developments in mobile data plans in the US. On the Verizon side, the carrier may soon be launching family data plans,...
SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: January 30, 2012

The 2010 tax season story, as told by Google search

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Today, April 15, is the due date for federal tax returns in the U.S. Now that everyone’s submitted their taxes in on time (we hope!) we wanted to take a look back at the last few months and tell the story of this year’s tax season through Google search.Spoiler alert...
The 2010 tax season story, as told by Google search

I've now seen The Dark Knight Rises three times, and I...

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I've now seen The Dark Knight Rises three times, and I like it more each time I see it. But this is pretty damn perfect and hilarious. "Oh, is that a Galaxy Note?" (And yes, huge spoiler alert.) [via @hunterwalk]...
I've now seen The Dark Knight Rises three times, and I...
Netflix's 'House Of Cards' Is Internet TV-Funded Original Programming But Don't Kid Yourself It's Ad-Free (Spoiler Alert)

Android App Store Is 57% Free Compared to Apple's 25% [Data]

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App store analytics firm Distimo recently released a bunch of juicy info about the major mobile app stores, and the results are pretty interesting. For one, Android is the place to be for free apps. This might be the result of Android (and to a lesser extent, Palm) being only...
Android App Store Is 57% Free Compared to Apple's 25% [Data]

Steve Wozniak discusses his dependency on a MacBook Pro and his affinity for transistor radios

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Every week, a new and interesting human being tackles our decidedly geeky take on the Proustian Q&A. This is the Engadget Questionnaire. Steve Wozniak pioneered the personal computing industry with the Apple I and II. In a throwback to our 31st issue of Distro, we'll take a very thorough...
Steve Wozniak discusses his dependency on a MacBook Pro and his affinity for transistor radios

Roger McNamee on the New Web: “Everything That Mattered Over the Last Eight Years Won’t Matter Anymore”

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Finally we’ve come to the core of our interview with Elevation Partners’ Roger McNamee: His belief that the tech world is poised upon the biggest disruption and money making opportunity he’s seen in at least fifteen years. A new era where everything we thought we knew about the Web is...
Roger McNamee on the New Web: “Everything That Mattered Over the Last Eight Years Won’t Matter Anymore”
History: Was Microsoft's Empire Built on Stolen Code? We May Never Know
The secrets of my failure: Why 'winning' is not our natural state
Why Content Favors the Old (Entrepreneur)

Kelli Catana: Gossip Girl Celebrates 100 Episodes the Upper East Side Way

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(Spoiler Alert) I love Gossip Girl. I look forward to watching it every Monday night. And I must admit, after the whole 'Blair makes a pact with God' episode I was afraid the show had officially jumped the shark. I mean, it's definitely not the witty show it was a...
Kelli Catana: Gossip Girl Celebrates 100 Episodes the Upper East Side Way

Android Romeo proposes with adorkable custom wallpaper

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Coding Cupid at XDA Developers helps a fellow forum member pop the question (spoiler alert: she said yes). [Read more]...
Android Romeo proposes with adorkable custom wallpaper

How Does The Samsung Galaxy S III Fare In A Drop Test?

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The Samsung Galaxy S III continues to be one of the hottest Android phones we’ve ever seen. When I reviewed the phone, I said flat out that this is the phone you’ve been waiting for. And after John and I got another good look during an episode of Fly Or...
How Does The Samsung Galaxy S III Fare In A Drop Test?

Please Don't Watch NBC Tonight. Or Any Night.

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Spoiler alert: Phelps and Lochte raced today. The results are all over Twitter. But the race won’t air on TV in America until tonight. This is 2012, not 1996. NBC has put all of the events live online, provided you have a cable subscription, but won’t have them available recorded...
Please Don't Watch NBC Tonight. Or Any Night.

SPOILER ALERT: Let's End The Suspense Over This Facebook Earnings Question Right Now (FB)

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Facebook reports third quarter earnings this afternoon, and we'll be all over it with live coverage on SAI. The big question for Facebook is, did it re-accelerate its revenues. But there are smaller but still important questions analysts are asking too. For example: Morgan Stanley analyst Scott Devitt wants to know...
SPOILER ALERT: Let's End The Suspense Over This Facebook Earnings Question Right Now (FB)

Spills, chills and thrills at the 2010 Australian Grand Prix [SPOILER ALERT]

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Filed under: Motorsports 2010 Australian Grand Prix - Click above for high-res image gallery You asked for it, you got it. After what was widely received as a rather dry (if intriguing) start to the season two weeks ago in the sand dunes of Bahrain, many were left clamoring for...
Spills, chills and thrills at the 2010 Australian Grand Prix [SPOILER ALERT]

Bravo 'Start-Ups' Star: Some Of The Cast Members 'May Be Insane'

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Bravo's "Start-Ups: Silicon Valley" has received its fair share of reviews since premiering two weeks ago.  People have criticized the reality-TV show for not depicting an accurate, authentic view of life in Silicon Valley. "The problem with Start-Ups is that there's absolutely nothing that's reflective of the place and culture that...
Bravo 'Start-Ups' Star: Some Of The Cast Members 'May Be Insane'

Spoiler Alert: Amazon takes heat over ‘Hunger Games’ ad

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If you saw the “Hunger Games” movie but haven’t bothered reading ahead in the books, you might want to keep your head down when you venture outside. An outdoor ad by Amazon.com for the Kindle shows the opening page of “Mockingjay,” the third book in the trilogy — revealing a...
Spoiler Alert: Amazon takes heat over ‘Hunger Games’ ad

Gawker’s Ryan Tate On How You Can Do 20 Percent Time Better Than The GOOG

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Mr. Tate After years of reading Ryan Tate's piercing coverage on the free time and foibles of Silicon Valley's demigods at Gawker, Betabeat finally had the pleasure of making his acquaintance the other night. Spoiler alert: He might be the nicest dude in tech blogging, despite what the press releases...
Gawker’s Ryan Tate On How You Can Do 20 Percent Time Better Than The GOOG

Sports Discovery App Thuuz Raises $4.2M From Major TV Partners To Dominate Your Second Screen

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Do you ever wish you could know when a sports game was really getting good? Like, imagine if a Monday Night Football game ended with a controversial Hail Mary touchdownterception that everyone was talking about, but instead of just watching it on Sportscenter or reading about it, an app would...
Sports Discovery App Thuuz Raises $4.2M From Major TV Partners To Dominate Your Second Screen

Is Print Media Doomed Worldwide or Just In The US?

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As I walked in the headquarters of the Jawa Pos—the flagship newspaper of one of South East Asia’s largest print media empires—I was wondering just how screwed my profession is; globally I mean. Is the death of print a world-wide certainty or merely an American reality? After all a lot...
Is Print Media Doomed Worldwide or Just In The US?

Are we living in Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451?

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Science-fiction author Ray Bradbury, one of the world’s leading writers of the genre for more than 60 years, died on Wednesday at the age of 91. Although he wrote many books and short stories that were well-received — and in many cases made into movies, plays and TV shows...
Are we living in Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451?

More than 20,000 people apply for one-way ticket to Mars

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Last week we mentioned Mars One, the combination space mission/reality TV show project that aims to send four lucky space travelers to the Red Planet... forever. Interest in the project had been quite high, with the company's latest press release noting that it had received "10,000 messages from prospective...
More than 20,000 people apply for one-way ticket to Mars
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