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Cryoscope gadget simulates tomorrow's weather today (video)

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This multi-layered device can't shower you with hail or tan your outdoor-deprived complexion, regrettably. What it can do though, is deliver a direct haptic sensation of how warm or cold it'll be tomorrow, just in case you decide to venture out of your bedroom. An Arduino controller pulls in...
Cryoscope gadget simulates tomorrow's weather today (video)
Menswear Startup American Giant Gets Into The T-Shirt Business

TshirtOS is web-connected, programmable, 100 percent cotton

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An LED display, camera, microphone, speaker and accelerometer all packaged into a t-shirt and controlled via your smartphone? That's the concept behind tshirtOS, a wearable platform for "self-expression" that currently only exists as a prototype. It can show off tweets, play music videos, capture belly-height photos and send them...
TshirtOS is web-connected, programmable, 100 percent cotton

SXSW In A Nutshell: Homeless People As Hotspots

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South By Southwest 2012 can be summarized thusly: An impossibly-named marketing company called Bartle Bogle Hegarty is doing a little human science experiment called Homeless Hotspots. It gives out 4G hotspots to homeless people along with a promotional t-shirt. The shirt doesn't say, "I have a 4G hotspot." It says,...
SXSW In A Nutshell: Homeless People As Hotspots
Google’s One-Gender-Fits-All T-Shirts Don’t Fit
The Internet Puts Up A Billboard In Front Of Lamar Smith's Office: Don't Mess With The Internet
And The First Facebook IPO Hackathon Photos Roll In

Pi Day Contest: What's Your Vision for Quantum Computing?

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To celebrate Pi Day on March 14th (3.14), we're giving away a cool Pi Day T Shirt from ThinkGeek. To win our Pi Day Contest, we want to know your vision for Quantum Computing. The possibilities are exciting. Many people, including RWW's Mobile guru, Dan Rowinski, believe it may be...
Pi Day Contest: What's Your Vision for Quantum Computing?

The Fancy launches new iPhone app that pushes 1-click purchases as it nears 1M users

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Stylish inspiration hub The Fancy, which feels like a highly curated Pinterest (minus the tumblr-esque fashion photos and cute bunny rabbits), has just released a brand new iPhone app. This release marks a significant change for the company, continuing its subtle move away from a visual bookmarking tool into a commerce...
The Fancy launches new iPhone app that pushes 1-click purchases as it nears 1M users
Smoke and mirrors: taking the Windows Phone challenge
Stompy: A Hardware Project That Even Kickstarter Must Love

Japan finally embraces e-reader revolution

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Japan's leading online retailer Rakuten is hoping to see off Amazon's Kindle and corner the world's second-largest publishing marketFor a nation of technology-loving avid readers, Japan has been slow to join the digital publishing revolution. While consumers in the US and Europe increasingly turn to e-readers, many Japanese have stubbornly...
Japan finally embraces e-reader revolution

Kickstarter talks to us about product 'pre-orders,' won't force refunds when creators flake

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Kickstarter has proven an incredibly effective venue for connecting project creators with monetary support -- inventors pitch directly to consumers, indie filmmakers meet indie producers and food trucks get the financial push necessary to take their restaurants to the road. With the latter two, backers don't necessarily expect goods...
Kickstarter talks to us about product 'pre-orders,' won't force refunds when creators flake

Meet The Internet Defense League (And Join It, Too)

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A bunch of the folks who were instrumental in the SOPA/PIPA fight have been working together over the last few months to build The Internet Defense League, which is launching today. Techdirt is a founding member, along with a number of other organizations and sites, including Reddit, Mozilla, Cheezburger, EFF,...
Meet The Internet Defense League (And Join It, Too)

Business Insider Employees Model What You Should (And Shouldn't) Wear To Work In The Summer

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When the weather gets hot outside, it can be hard to dress appropriately while still being comfortable. And as the workplace becomes more casual, should the dress code also be more lenient? To get some perspective, we caught up with Tiffiny Dixon, the founder of MEO, a fashion consultancy. "As...
Business Insider Employees Model What You Should (And Shouldn't) Wear To Work In The Summer

Rovio CEO: When To Go Public is Up to Dad, Other Owners

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Rovio released its first financial figures this week, but the company has not decided when, where or whether to go public. “This is a decision of Rovio’s owners if Rovio will file for IPO, when it would be and in what market,” CEO Mikael Hed told AllThingsD. “These kind of...
Rovio CEO: When To Go Public is Up to Dad, Other Owners
What The Senate’s Crowdfunding Act Means For The Tech Industry Right Now [TCTV]

T-shirt that charges your phone

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Scientists find a way to treat a cheap t-shirt so that it is capable of storing electrical power....
T-shirt that charges your phone
Stop freaking out about turning the homeless into hotspots at SxSW
Moontoast’s new analytics tool makes sense of all that social commerce data (exclusive)
Dropping phones: iPhone 4S v. Samsung Galaxy S III
NSA trolls for talent at Def Con, the nation's largest hacker conference

Atari founder on Steve Jobs: Apple culture came from Atari

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TUAW interviewed one of only a few people to ever hire Steve Jobs, Nolan Bushnell, founder of Atari. As you might expect, he’s working on a few iOS projects and is particularly interested in augmented reality. But these paragraphs stood out: “He basically lived just below me in Woodside for...
Atari founder on Steve Jobs: Apple culture came from Atari

TshirtOS Is the World's First Instagram-Friendly T-Shirt

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Do clothes make the man or does the man make the clothes? Programmable, social-media friendly tshirtOS claims its the latter....
TshirtOS Is the World's First Instagram-Friendly T-Shirt

Manpacks, American Apparel, and startup arbitrage

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We love Manpacks here at TNW. The idea, the team, and the execution are all too good to ignore. That we need the service is simply icing on the cake. If you want a full look at the company, and its origins, head here. It’s worth reading. However, today we...
Manpacks, American Apparel, and startup arbitrage

This Guy Blew $60,000 On Private Investigators To Rescue His Dog From An Ex

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Americans love their furry companions – pet care spending topped $50 billion in 2011 alone – but Craig Dershowitz's fight to rescue his dog Knuckles is one for the books.  Dershowitz says he's blown $60,000 on a team of private investigators and attorneys to win back custody of Knuckles from...
This Guy Blew $60,000 On Private Investigators To Rescue His Dog From An Ex

DRM and the NPR example

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Some e-book buyers embrace a little friction, says Joe Esposito at The Scholarly Kitchen. Esposito wonders whether DRM is more effective in preventing “casual copying” than large-scale infringement: It will be argued that the promotional value of free copies outweighs the lost sales due to sharing. I don’t think so;...
DRM and the NPR example

Windows Phone swag store full of baby onesies, beer glasses

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Let the geek fashion wars begin! I'll see your Apple rugby sweatshirt and raise you a Windows Phone organic kids T-shirt from the Windows Phone Gear Store. [Read more]...
Windows Phone swag store full of baby onesies, beer glasses

Analyst who attacked Zuck’s hoodie says: “A jacket over a T-shirt and jeans would be fine”

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I have to believe that Michael Pachter of Wedbush Securities is just looking for attention at this point. Yesterday, we reported that Pachter called Mark Zuckerberg’s signature hoodie a “mark of immaturity” is at it again on Bloomberg. This time, he has alternative fashion suggestions for Zuck (bold by TNW):...
Analyst who attacked Zuck’s hoodie says: “A jacket over a T-shirt and jeans would be fine”

Startup News: LetsLunch Wants to Send You on a Platonic Date

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Umami's new "Dishboard" TV IS SOCIAL. At New York Tech Meetup earlier this month, Umami showed us how their audio fingerprinting technology can help users find anything and everything about the show we're watching. Now, they're rolling out exciting new features designed to make TV even more social: a Pinterest-like feature will let Umami users...
Startup News: LetsLunch Wants to Send You on a Platonic Date
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