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How to print from an iPhone May 9th 2013, 20:07
You don’t need a computer print documents anymore. Your iPhone will do just fine. Here’s our how-to guide for wirelessly printing documents straight from your iPhone,Media files:
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‘Aliens: Colonial Marines’ studio reportedly liquidated after laying off its entire staff May 9th 2013, 19:52
Sources claimed that the entire staff of TimeGate Studios has been laid off. The studio behind ‘Aliens: Colonial Marines’ was showing off a new game as recently as March, but an ongoing lawsuit may have taken its toll.Media files:
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PS4 and next Xbox will reportedly embrace free-to-play gaming May 9th 2013, 19:20
Epic Games Vice President Mark Rein told an audience at the Game Horizon conference that the PS4 and next-gen Xbox will focus heavily on free-to-play games with in-app purchases. That’s what Sony and Microsoft have been telling developers, at least.Media files:
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Textastrophe can turn any Craigslist ad into a hilarious text message repartee May 9th 2013, 19:15
Anything you put on the Internet is essentially public knowledge, so don’t blame Textastrophe for making a fool out of you and your want ad on Craigslist.Media files:
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New information breathes life into affordable iPhone rumors May 9th 2013, 19:08
Pegatron, a company responsible for building iPhones and iPads, said it’s increasing its workforce by 40 percent, breathing new life into the affordable iPhone rumor. The new phone is expected to debut sometime in the third quarter of this year.Media files:
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Sony may make the first high-end Firefox OS phone May 9th 2013, 18:57
Mozilla is gearing up to finally introduce its Firefox OS to the smartphone world, likely to debut with a high end Sony device. The company is also in talks with several other major mobile manufacturers in an attempt to cover all spectrums of the market.Media files:
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The people at Glad would like you to sleep in their garbage bags (for eco-consciousness!) May 9th 2013, 18:45
In a recent campaign to promote waste reduction, Glad has reimagined its ForceFlex trash bags into camp tents that can be reused to clean up the campsite after music festivals finish.Media files:
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Acer execs approve of Windows Blue, Microsoft’s learning how ‘people living on earth think’ May 9th 2013, 18:42
Acer executives hints that the upcoming update to Windows 8 will make it easier to navigate the OS for users with older, non-touch computers. For once, they have kind words for its humbled partner, Microsoft.Media files:
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One man’s quest to reclaim his data – by selling it to anyone who wants it May 9th 2013, 18:24
We are quickly losing the ability to control what online data is being sold off, so why shouldn’t we at least get a slice of the profits? Federico Zannier wants to disrupt the current state of the data brokerage industry by selling off his info himself.Media files:
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‘World of Warcraft’ loses 1.3 million subscribers in three months May 9th 2013, 17:33
Activision-Blizzard’s Q1 2013 report reveals that World of Warcraft lost 1.3 million subscribers in the first three months of the year, with the still-popular MMORPG down now to 8.3 million subscribers.Media files:
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According to research, young alcoholics love Facebook May 9th 2013, 17:30
Based on a study, if you regularly post photos of your drinking sessions with buddies on Facebook, you’re probably an alcoholic.Media files:
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Galaxy S4 vs. Galaxy S3: In-depth comparison May 9th 2013, 17:07
The Galaxy S4 may be Samsung’s newest baby, but the Galaxy S3 is still a good phone. Now that it’s “old” you can get it for $100 less at some carriers. Should you go for the lower priced Galaxy or is the S4 that much better?Media files:
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iRiver launches new high-end Astell and Kern AK120 portable MQS player May 9th 2013, 17:00
Professional users and audiophiles are the “target” for iRiver’s newest portable MQS (Mastering Quality Sound) player, the AK120, the second such player to come from the company’s elite Astell and Kern brand.Media files:
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‘BRCK’ is a backup Internet generator for when the power goes out May 9th 2013, 16:20
A new device, BRCK, serves as a backup Internet connection when power fails or the local provider’s signal fizzles out. As long as the Kickstarter goal is met, it should hit the market this upcoming fall.Media files:
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DTS-HD surround comes to streaming HD movies starting with CinemaNow and Samsung TVs May 9th 2013, 16:17
DTS has worked out an agreement with Samsung and CinemaNow to deliver DTS-HD audio to go with streaming HD movies, and they will start offering the DTS-Express encoded content along with the current versions available.Media files:
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Introducing Snoopify, because the world needed more celeb-made social apps May 9th 2013, 16:12
Instagram not quite doing it for you? Facebook feel dull? Twitter getting boring? Well then you’re in luck, because we have all the ridiculous celebrity-made and themed apps you could want.Media files:
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Ouya showing its growing pains, delays launch to June 25 May 9th 2013, 15:45
The retail release date for Ouya slips to June 25, 2013 even as the company secures $15 million in investment capital and adds ex-EA chief creative officer Bing Gordon to its board of directors.Media files:
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David Bowie’s new video gets censored by YouTube May 9th 2013, 15:25
David Bowie’s new music video gets temporary taken down by YouTube, only to reappear with an age restriction despite a fairly Safe For Work content. What is happening at the YouTube censorship office?Media files:
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V8-powered Destino looks to rise from Fisker’s ashes May 9th 2013, 15:15
Fisker may be on its way out, but VL Productions has thought of a creative use for any unwanted Karma chassis: stuff the 6.2-liter V8 from a Cadillac CTS-V under the hood and create a four-door super car.Media files:
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Your email is open to government snooping, if it’s old enough May 9th 2013, 14:38
Documents uncovered from the FBI and U.S. Attorneys Office’s claim that authorities do not need a warrant to read your private emails if they’ve been unopened for six months or more.Media files:
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Tablet sales on the rise, to surpass PCs by end of year May 9th 2013, 14:22
Analyst Sameer Singh is forecasting bad news for PCs, and expects tablet devices to overtake them in sales sometime in the next few months. By the end of 2013, tablets may be more popular than their PC counterparts.Media files:
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Breathe new life into dusty vinyl by digitizing your LPs (the right way) May 9th 2013, 13:15
There are all sorts of reasons for ripping records and storing them digitally, but what’s the best way to do it? We cover the different types of equipment and software available for ripping records at any price point in this comprehensive guide.Media files:
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Huawei founder breaks media silence to deny cyber-security threat May 9th 2013, 12:40
Huawei’s media-shy founder has been interviewed in New Zealand, following a deal to supply 4G infrastructure equipment there, and took the opportunity to deny claims its hardware posed a cyber-security risk.Media files:
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Want a Ferrari? ‘Dream’ on as carmaker deliberately cuts sales to preserve exclusivity May 9th 2013, 12:15
Ferrari sold 7,318 cars last year. This year, it wants to sell fewer than 7,000. While it had been selling primarily in Europe and the Middle East, it wants to expand its reach across Asia and the Americas while also increasing profit.Media files:
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Got an AT&T Lumia 900? Your Windows Phone 7.8 update should arrive soon May 9th 2013, 11:01
After a long wait, it seems Lumia 900 owners with the AT&T network are about to receive an update to Windows Phone 7.8. The news comes from Nokia, and follows problems with an early version of the software, which was fixed in March.Media files:
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AT&T slashes the price of the HTC First to $1, not bad for a stock Android phone May 9th 2013, 10:20
A month after its announcement, AT&T has cut the price of the HTC First, the first phone to come with Facebook Home pre-installed, to just $1. Ignoring Facebook Home, this isn’t a bad deal for a stock Android device.Media files:
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Review: VW’s 2013 Jetta Hybrid goes green with a turbocharged grin May 9th 2013, 10:15
With a turbocharged engine and 7-speed transmission, VW’s 2013 Jetta Hybrid knows how to moveMedia files:
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Spotify closes Chrome exploit to stop MP3 downloads using Downloadify May 9th 2013, 09:15
Swiftly moving to prevent users from downloading a ton of free music, the music subscription company recently patched the Spotify Web player to kill the functionality of the short-lived Downloadify Chrome extension.Media files:
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Watch out Firefox and Tizen, Nokia has you in its sights with the Asha 501 May 9th 2013, 08:48
In June, Nokia will release the first of its next-generation Asha phones – a touchscreen device named the Asha 501, which comes with a revised software UI named the Asha platform.Media files:
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Huggies TweetPee sends you a tweet when the baby pees May 9th 2013, 08:15
Have you always wanted to strap an always-connected device to your baby? Enter the Huggies TweetPee, a small humidity sensor that attached to the front of a diaper to alert the parents when the baby needs a change.Media files:
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