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Android Ice Cream Sandwich Pays Homage To Nyan Cat With A Couple Of Easter Eggs [video]

Android Ice Cream Sandwich Pays Homage To Nyan Cat With A Couple Of Easter Eggs [video]

| November 16, 2011 | Reply

Cats cannot have eggs. Neither can androids, silly! But Android can put an easter egg (surprise) about a cat into its OS. The guys over at Google always throw some little surprises into the OS they are building and this time they decided to combine the famous NYAN cat with Andy the Android. In ICS […]

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Boxee Live TV  Encourages You To Cut The Cable For $49

Boxee Live TV Encourages You To Cut The Cable For $49

| November 16, 2011 | Reply

A leaked image of the Boxee Live TV showed up recently so Boxee just decided to go ahead and out it. What the usb dongle does is catch some over the air HD feeds of the local stations such as FOX, CBS, NBC and so on. Then it will connect to Vudu, Hulu and Netflix […]

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The Worlds Second Largest Building May Be A Solar Tower That Gives 100,000 People Electricity

The Worlds Second Largest Building May Be A Solar Tower That Gives 100,000 People Electricity

| October 4, 2011 | Reply

Roger Davey of Enviromission has quite the idea stirring up. They want to make the world second largest building in the Arizona desert. It won’t contain any office buildings, a helicopter pad or a hotel with a great view of some mountains. It will just be 2,600 feet tall of concrete with 32 wind turbines […]

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Think You Need Ice In Your Veins To Be An Air Force Fighter Pilot? How About Anti Freeze Or Oil? [Update]

Think You Need Ice In Your Veins To Be An Air Force Fighter Pilot? How About Anti Freeze Or Oil? [Update]

| August 4, 2011 | 1 Reply

The F-22 Raptor is an amazing feat of engineering. They also cost $150 million dollars a piece. Because of that, only about 160 were bought by the US government and they are posted at seven bases. If you add that up it is somewhere in the realm of $24 Billion dollars (with a b) spent […]

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[Reports] Apple Finally Joining the Over-the-Air Update Game With iOS 5?

[Reports] Apple Finally Joining the Over-the-Air Update Game With iOS 5?

| May 5, 2011 | Reply

Currently the only way to update an iPhone (and other iDevices, for that matter) is to plug the phone into your computer to download and install the update via iTunes. Having never owning an iDevice, I don’t know if this method is an inconvenience for the user or not. All of the other major smartphone […]

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And Another One Bites the Dust: Motorola Atrix Rooted Before Hitting Shelves

And Another One Bites the Dust: Motorola Atrix Rooted Before Hitting Shelves

| February 19, 2011 | 1 Reply

Thanks to the system dump that was released yesterday, entrepreneurial hackers over at XDA Developers have been able to achieve root on At&t’s upcoming flagship Android device, the Motorola Atrix.  This root access should enable such niceties as the ability to remove carrier applications and enable native wireless tethering.  While it is still up in the air whether […]

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As the release of the XOOM nears, good news comes. No blur

As the release of the XOOM nears, good news comes. No blur

| January 25, 2011 | Reply

Good news comes in as we near the release of the first Honeycomb powered tablet. Motorola Mobility has confirmed that there will be no Motoblur on the XOOM. Rumors have been floating around that the tablet would come with Motoblur on it or it would come via a mandatory update over the air. Google has […]

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Nexus S 2.3.2 to Fix SMS

Nexus S 2.3.2 to Fix SMS

| January 22, 2011 | Reply

Upset with your Nexus S?  Why would that be?  So many people rely on SMS and recently the Nexus S was a #fail.  With this new update your SMS is back so you will not need to worry anymore. This update should automatically get pushed to your phone via OTA (over the air).    Any questions […]

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Fueling Your car with Air Cleansing Biolamp

Fueling Your car with Air Cleansing Biolamp

| January 17, 2011 | Reply

Technology is on the rise to bring clean air globally.  The use of ‘Biolamp’ has been in the works for the past couple of years. The concept is to transform the bi-product “CO2″ or smog into a useful fuel source.  Carbon dioxide is lethal to the human body and can help contribute to global warming. […]

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Suck it Trebek! IBM Computer is the soon to be Champion of Jeopardy.

Suck it Trebek! IBM Computer is the soon to be Champion of Jeopardy.

| January 14, 2011 | Reply

Now I know that most of us think of Jeopardy as one of the shows for the “Over 60″ crowd, but I do enjoy testings my random knowledge occasionally and tuning in to watch it.  You have also probably heard of the longest running champion from a couple years ago, Ken Jennings.  Well it looks […]

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