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05:18 PM on 03/17/13
Thanks to Chad for putting this together.
Apple is facing a class-action
lawsuit over poor screen quality for Macbook Pros with retina displays
Boot Camp has been
updated to support Windows 8
As much as we all hate internet trolls, apparently, they
have more of an effect on how we interpret news than we would care to admit
European internet surfers can rest peacefully--
porn will not be banned by the EU
Next time you feel like complaining about slow internet, be happy you're not in Iran by checking out this
diagram of internet censorship
Twitter may be
working on a music app
A study of Facebook users indicates that researchers can
determine, with reasonable accuracy, if you are gay, use drugs, or are a Republican from your profile
. Oh, and
your profile got a new look
this week too.
A new pope means new domain names to squat on.
Over 600 domain names have been acquired
. We can only hope that they will not be used for illicit purposes.
A hacker has created a way to bypass the
SimCity always-online requirements
that have caused the game to become one of the
worst-rated products of all time on Amazon.com
Google's Cloud Computer compares to the cloud heavyweight, Amazon EC2
Here's an example of how Google Glass, a project which will bring Minority-Report-style information to regular glasses,
can be used for less-productive tasks
Google Reader is
going by the wayside
on July 1 (much to your round-up author's chagrin). As Google likes to do these days, it is getting rid of a universally-liked product to focus attention on less-popular products like Google+. Feedly has already
picked up 500,000
new members as a result.
Though Google Chat is based on the Jabber network, the software is now
blocking invitations from Jabber users
Be careful about using GPS in China if you visit.
You may be accused of being a spy
At SXSW, a piece of software that can
detect oncoming Alzheimer's years before signs are visible
won first place.
Biometric scanners have been
fooled by fake fingers
Walgreens is going to build a
store that requires no external power
A father hacked a Donkey Kong machine
so that his daughter is the heroine who rescues Mario.
Though an AMD graphics processor in the PS4 is a huge win for AMD,
they might have won by default
since Nvidia reportedly gave up the fight.
Check out Boeing's
plans to fix the battery problems
of the currently-grounded 787 planes.
Samsung Galaxy S4 has been revealed
. A 5-inch 1080p screen, a quad- or octo-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and a 2600 mAH battery highlight the intensive hardware set. See how it
compares to the competition
Check out a
review of the HTC One X
HTC Sense 5.0 is better and worse
than previous versions.
The Chief of Google Android
has stepped down
Despite lackluster sales of the new Blackberry Z10, Blackberry (the company finally changed the name from "RIM" a few weeks back)
claims to have sold one million handsets to an unnamed partner
Google has started
removing ad-blockers from the Google Play store
Google Now may be coming to iOS.
The popular Mailbox app for iOS has
been acquired by Dropbox
Learn what apps are draining your battery with BetterBatteryStats for Android.
vending machines that distribute computer accessories for employees
. Just swipe an employee badge and get the replacement parts you need.
The Wall Street Journal has reported that
Facebook will incorporate its own version of hashtags soon
Check out the
Lenovo Thinkpad Terminator Edition
(also known by the less fun model number T431s).
An old Sun Solaris server was finally shut down after an
insane 10 years and 84+ days of uptime
If you haven't done your taxes yet, you might want to avoid H&R Block software; a glitch has
caused tax return delays for 600,000 users
educational Linux distribution
, Ubermix, allows kids to learn on the computer without parents having to worry about them getting viruses/malware on the system.
get Netflix via HTML5 instead of Silverlight technology
Consolidate your cloud drives with
8 alternatives to Google Reader
Block people's ability to know you read their iMessages.
Automatically eject external drives
on OS X when your computer goes to sleep.
Having problems remembering to water your plants?
Automate plant watering instead!
Dual-boot your phone with Linux
to give your Android phone a fresh look.
U.S. spy agencies will
have access to digital records of your finances
hack of a casino's digital poker game
allowed people to see opponents' cards and win $33 million in the process.
Extinct pigeons are coming back to life
courtesy of a Jurassic Park-style effort.
Thankfully for Marty McFly, NASA has
resumed production of plutonium
A new study indicates that
neanderthals became extinct because of their large eyes
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