HP: News on More TouchPads in the ‘Next Few Days’

HP last week ignited chatter of additional TouchPad stock with a ‘notify me’ page instructing interested parties to sign up for an email when more stock became available. This, combined with a blog post that said there would be more available ‘shortly’ has bargain-hungry gadget hounds whipped into a frenzy. Nobody wants to miss out […]

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Sony Responds to Yellow Light of Death Fix

The BBC’s Watchdog website recently investigated the PlayStation 3’s ‘Yellow Light of Death’ (), a problem many console owners have experienced for years. In the past, Sony has expressed its dislike for the term, saying that the flashing yellow light doesn’t focus on one particular error, but any one of ‘a range of issues that […]

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Razer’s RealSense-based Webcam Turns Gamers into Twitch Stars

Intel has been shipping its RealSense SDK and camera to developers since last year and a handful of laptops and AIO PCs already come with it installed. However, Razer is the first to sell a RealSense webcam peripheral to users. Though it employs the same RealSense F200 camera as Intel’s developer kit, the Razer has […]

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Duke Nukem 3D Returns to iTunes App Store

3D Realms’ infamous shooter Duke Nukem 3D has returned to Apple’s App Store on iTunes (), costing fans a measly $2.99 and 12.3 MB of storage space. The game still lists as v1.0, indicating that Machineworks Northwest didn’t applied any upgrades to this classic port while it went on hiatus. So far, there’s no word […]

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How Netflix Stays Ahead of the Stream

LOS ANGELES — Streaming hours of content to everything from smartphones to high-end TV sets is no small task. So how does Netflix pull it off with the more than 1,700 hours of 4K content in its library, including original programming? All it takes is an understanding of every technology used from end to end, […]

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How to Find an iMovie Alternative for Your Windows PC

If you’ve dabbled in video editing, you’ve probably at least played with iMovie, Apple’s built-in moviemaking software. This program is far better than a basic video editor needs to be, but does leave Windows users at a bit of a loss: Is there any free, entry-level PC editing software as good as iMovie? The short […]

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Apple Shoots Down Obama’s Hope

Out of all the garbage the Apple App scientists have approved this year alone–child porn, shaking babies–it stands to question why the company would even consider rejecting artwork–and decent artwork at that–depicting President Barack Obama. Start Mobile, the company inserting an iPhone version of the Obama ‘Hope’ artwork into its latest app, is probably wondering […]

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Smokescreen Renders Flash in JavaScript

One of the major flaws with the iPad (and the iPhone) is the lack of Flash support. We’ve heard all about Apple and Adobe’s differences of opinion, but that doesn’t change the fact that iPad/iPhone users are kind of screwed when it comes to websites that use Flash. However, a little something called Smokescreen may […]

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Limited Edition Halo 4 Xbox 360 Bundle Spotted

Ok, typically we don’t cover console games, but this is an exception: it’s Halo 4 and a limited edition Xbox 360. Does that tickle your inner collector? Of course it does unless. over on. Since the report went live, the company has removed the listing, but the game itself is slated to arrive on November […]

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iPhone to Finally Gain Multitasking This Summer

Apple’s iPhone, as slick as it may be, has always lagged behind the competition when it came to basic OS features such as copy & paste and multitasking. With copy & paste taken care of in iPhone OS 3.0, Apple announced today plans to tackle the latter feature with iPhone OS 4.0. Yes, multitasking will […]

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