Archive for November, 2013

‘Icycle: On Thin Ice’ is bizarre platforming fun on iOS

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Icycle, the latest mobile release from the developer behind Wonderputt, is a surprisingly challenging platform game with a bizarre sense of humor. The controls are simple: on screen buttons let you move left and right, and you can tap the screen to jump. You can also pull out an umbrella to slow your descent on […]

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This Drone Acts as Your Tour Guide

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Engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Senseable City Lab have developed a small drone that can lead you wherever you want to go. So.. here’s another case of the machine replacing humans. The Project is called SkyCall, the drone and its accompanying app provide directions to students and visitors, much like a campus tour […]

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Beef Jerky Business Cards Let Them Chew On Your Credentials

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Though slowly becoming antiquated, the business card is still the easiest way to make a great first impression with a new contact. Your choice of design, fonts, even paper says a lot about you. So imagine the impression you’ll leave when you hand someone your contact details laser-etched onto a piece of beef jerky—you’ll soar […]

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‘Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas’ Hits Mobile Devices This December

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Rockstar Games has announced the launch of “Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas” for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone devices this December. The mobile version of the game, which takes us back to the fictional, crime-ridden state of San Andreas, features new touch controls and full controller support. The game will also have remastered graphics, including […]

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Mind-Mapping Will Take Your Brainstorms to the Next Level

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Brainstorming can be a difficult process, especially at a company with offices in multiple locations. Email is only efficient to a point, and writing everything down can lead to a cluttered mess Enter MindMeister, a free mind-mapping software that allows users to quickly and easily translate ideas from their heads onto a clear and organized […]

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After a 16-year Run, Winamp to Shut Down Next Month

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After serving music lovers for around 16 years, AOL confirmed on Wednesday that the Winamp website and associated web services will no longer be available past December 20, 2013, and the Winamp Media Player will no longer be available for download. Winamp was first released as freeware back on April 21, 1997. Winamp version 1 […]

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Microsoft Launches Anti-Google Merchandise Line ‘Scroogled’

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If you’re team Microsoft — or just anti-Google in general — you now have your pickings of “Scroogled” gear, a term coined by the Redmond, Calif.-based software company. The products, which range from hats to T-shirts to mugs, poke fun of Google collecting personal data about its users. The items come just in time for […]

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The ultimate guitarist tool, a Lebanese invention.

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Support Roadie to get enough funding by donating on Kickstarter What is Roadie? Roadie tunes your guitar quickly and accurately. It informs you of the quality of your strings and recommends restringing as soon as the tone quality deteriorates. While beginner guitarists need a simple way to overcome the frustration of making their instrument sound […]

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