Archive for December, 2012

While You Were Busy Quitting Instagram, Instagram Continued To Grow

While You Were Busy Quitting Instagram, Instagram Continued To Grow

| December 27, 2012 | Reply

If you have a pulse, you’ve probably heard of Instagram. It’s a mobile app where users can upload photos with crappy creative filters and find friends with similar photographic interests. Instagram has helped bring on a whole industry of high end phone camera attachments that bring the phone amenity with the tiny sensor up to par with […]

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If You’re A Mac User, You Can Relate To A Teenage Girl With Freckles And long Hair [infographic]

If You’re A Mac User, You Can Relate To A Teenage Girl With Freckles And long Hair [infographic]

| December 27, 2012 | Reply

A while back Bluestacks came out with a nice infographic of what a typical Android user would appear to look like. The company has now come out with a list of the Mac girl as well. Bluestacks is known for their app which allows Android apps to be used on PC’s and Macs. These infographics […]

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In A Moment Of Awkwardness, Movie Studio Employees Are Stealing Movies At Work Says Report

In A Moment Of Awkwardness, Movie Studio Employees Are Stealing Movies At Work Says Report

| December 26, 2012 | Reply

Scaneye is a company that monitors bit torrent trackers. They do this for various movie and television studios so the companies can keep track of how much they have been pirated. Terrentfreak recently employed the services of Scaneye to find out who has been more egregious in pirating, the studios or the bit torrent company. Not surprisingly Paramount Pictures, Warner […]

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CBS, NFL Will Stream Playoffs And Super Bowl Online

CBS, NFL Will Stream Playoffs And Super Bowl Online

| December 20, 2012 | Reply

Last year the NFL added a live stream to the Super Bowl. With 2.1 million viewers this was a pretty decent success. Last year the NFL used NBC to handle the streaming. This year the NFL will handle the duties on their own with the help of CBS. The NFL also announced today the Verizon […]

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Makerbot Removes 3d Printable Gun Blueprints

Makerbot Removes 3d Printable Gun Blueprints

| December 20, 2012 | Reply

We reported a while back about the first 3d printed gun that would actually fire. Since then, plenty of blueprints have made their way to the open source makerbot site, thingverse. While it has always been part of the websites TOS to not allow plans for weapons the company has never really enforced that rule. […]

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