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Miss Netiquette’s guide to dealing with your family on social media May 25th 2013, 18:15
Social media can be a tricky thing to navigate and no one has written the rules on codes of conduct. We’re here to help you with best practices for sites Web-wide, and the includes the dos and don’ts of dealing with your family online.Media files:
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DT Deals: Dot iPhone Panorama Lens lets you shoot videos in 360 degrees May 25th 2013, 17:15
This cool iPhone lens will allow you to shoot videos from all angles without ever needing to turn your camera around. Today’s DT Deals for Dots will save you $11, plus free shipping.Media files:
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Strolling between the rain drops inside MoMA’s Rain Room May 25th 2013, 16:15
Museum of Modern Art’s Rain Room exhibit lets visitors seemingly walk through the rain without ever getting wet. The secrets are in 3D camera sensors that detect humans and keep them dry wherever venture.Media files:
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Snag a closet makeover, the chance to be a model, and other social ways to win this week May 25th 2013, 16:11
Win access to the CFDA Fashion Awards, Instagram a selfie to be a model, become DoubleTree Hotel’s traveling ambassador in this week’s social ways to win.Media files:
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BMW + Pininfarina? Gran Lusso Coupe wraps German engineering in Italian styling May 25th 2013, 15:15
The Gran Lusso Coupe is a luxurious BMW with Italian styling and a powerful V12 engine. It sounds like the complete package, but it won’t be in showrooms anytime soon.Media files:
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The Audiophile System Builder V: 21st Century systems from NAD, Dynaudio, and PSB May 25th 2013, 14:15
$5,000 goes a long way in 2013 if you’re trying to assemble a high-end audio system that will play nicely with your smart device and vinyl collection and we have three options to make your pursuit that much easier.Media files:
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‘Buycott’ App Review: Scan a barcode and learn everything about the company that made it May 25th 2013, 12:15
Wonder what your dollar goes to when you buy something? Buycott, a new app for iOS and Android devices, helps you be more socially responsible with your money and back companies that support your agenda.Media files:
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After a decade of hardware duds, Microsoft gets it right with the Xbox One May 25th 2013, 10:15
Microsoft’s dismal hardware track record may be coming to an end with the Xbox One, which shows every indication of smart design and engineering from the ground up.Media files:
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Microsoft answers the question of Xbox One region locks May 25th 2013, 00:59
Those wondering about whether or not Microsoft’s Xbox One will have region locks that would prevent it from playing media from other regions need wonder no longer.Media files:
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The Xbox One won’t play 360 games – even digitally May 25th 2013, 00:30
Microsoft has confirmed that the new Xbox One’s architecture is so different from that of the Xbox 360, that it won’t be able to run any original Xbox or Xbox 360 games, even via digital downloads.Media files:
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Gulp down the Apple Kool-Aid with our guide to switching from Android to iOS May 25th 2013, 00:15
If Android simply isn’t cutting it for you anymore, then you might be considering Apple’s warm embrace. Here’s how to make the switch from Android to iOS without losing any contacts, sleep, or hair!Media files:
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Mini offers pint-sized portable Garmin navigation system May 24th 2013, 23:15
Throw away the suction cups. Garmin has designed a portable navigation system that fits right onto the dashboard of a Mini.Media files:
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BUCKLE UP: Dodge and SRT help rev up the action in ‘Fast & Furious 6’ May 24th 2013, 22:45
The “Fast & Furious 6” roars back into theaters May 24, with Dodge and the SRT brand helping to heat up the action in the six-installment of the block-buster franchise. But there are a lot of other cool vehicles to see in the movie.Media files:
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Microsoft’s Kinect for Windows brings voice and gesture control to your PC… next year May 24th 2013, 22:45
Kinect for Windows hopes to “revolutionize computing experiences” by opening the platform to developers and designers to come up with new ways to use the PC for non-gaming purposes.Media files:
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The ‘Instagram for audio’ app race is getting louder May 24th 2013, 22:15
Video, text, photography all have its fair share of the spotlight, while audio has been overlooked. However, the sounds of change are getting louder and louder.Media files:
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Duke researchers remove virtually all CO from hydrogen production process May 24th 2013, 22:15
Hydrogen proponents paint it as the flawless solution to the planet’s transportation energy woes. While they might be a bit ahead of the curve, the new Duke University breakthrough limiting the amount of carbon monoxide created during the production of hydrogen.Media files:
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Microsoft says yes to 4K for the Xbox One, no to removable hard drives May 24th 2013, 21:25
The facts continue be separated from the rumors, as more and more details regarding the Xbox One are revealed. We can now confirm that the Xbox One will allow 4K ultra HD games, but it will do away with removable hard drivesMedia files:
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Hard drive recovery tips and tricks May 24th 2013, 21:15
We’re sorry to be the ones to tell you this, but your hard drive will fail someday. Here’s our how-to guide for salvaging what you can before it disappears into the ether and is lost forever.Media files:
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Gigabyte introduces the BRIX mini PC powered by Intel Ivy Bride processors May 24th 2013, 20:45
Gigabyte is jumping into the mini PC market today with BRIX, a compact, customizable PC that’s powered by your choice of Intel’s Ivy Bridge series of processors.Media files:
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Hyundai’s enigmatic Veloster defies pigeonholes (but not potholes) May 24th 2013, 20:15
What kind of car is the Veloster, exactly? Sports coupe? Hatchback? Four-door sedan with a hatchback? Tuner car? In fact, depending on where you’re standing, it can be any of those things, so what it is exactly is rather amorphous.Media files:
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McLaren builds an inexplicably lighter weight MP4-12C to celebrate its 50th year May 24th 2013, 20:15
To celebrate its 50th anniversary, McLaren has created a special edition MP4-12C that’s $30,000 more than the regular version. If you were to buy the regular one, though, and option it up to the level of the anniversary edition, though, it’d cost you an extra $35,000.Media files:
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‘Counter-Strike: Global Offensive’ community to police cheaters May 24th 2013, 20:15
‘Counter-Strike’ players will be policing their own ranks for cheaters with a new feature called ‘Overwatch’ that is currently in beta. Valve will review cases for now, but Overwatch will eventually be entirely community-driven.Media files:
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