Google Glass: the Future is Here

Earlier today, Google stepped up its campaign to introduce Google Glass, the revolutionary glasses-like device that will add an extra digital layer on top of your everyday life. It’s hard to describe what Glass does in simple writing; you have to see it to fully understand the implications for every one of us. Personally, I’m…

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Leaked video shows off upcoming BlackBerry 10 smartphone

Originally posted on Gigaom:
Officially, Research In Motion(s rimm) isn’t taking the wraps off of any new BlackBerry smartphones until next month. Unofficially, and somewhat typically these days, you can get an early look at the reported new BlackBerry L-series phone and operating system. A hands-on video from a Vietnamese site appeared Wednesday on YouTube(s…

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Microsoft introduces the Surface Tablet

So…I’ve been keeping my eye on this for a while. The Surface – I like the name, right off the bat – is the new tablet that is designed, developed, and –  notably – built by Microsoft. This is a new step for the tech giant, who rarely designs its own hardware (the XBOX is a huge…

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Google Introduces the “Chromebook”

So the engineering nerds over at Google have come up with a brand-new way of making us procrastinate. It may look like a laptop, but apparently (and I’m just going by the commercial here – which is amazingly made, BTW) all it can do is surf the web (on Google’s proprietary Chrome, of course). Google’s…

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I Desperately Need a New Laptop.

Here’s why: -the battery doesn’t work. It’s the third time I’ve had it replaced in the past year. The second I pull the plug, it shuts down. Literally. -There’s about 300 MB of storage space left in the hard drive. -The fan turns on about 30 seconds after I start up the computer. And it…

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Want to be the Next Galileo?

Ever wanted to be the next great astronomer? Hell, we’ve all dreamt about it sometime – pointing our telescopes to the skies and discovering a new planet that could potentially harbor life. Well, with NASA’s newest project, you can! Called planethunters.org, this new effort by the National Aeronautic and Space Administration lets everyone – as…

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