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Noisestash Roundup, the disappointment edition

Posted March 31, 2011 @ 8:45 pm CST by Agrippa

They say disappointment is rage for wimps. I say, “please don’t hit me again.” Don’t worry, I’m not particularly disappointed about anything. We have a fairly full docket on the roundup. Don’t forget, if you have any interesting tips, items of news, or interesting videos, alert us on twitter @noisecast or email us at noisecast […]

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Google’s ‘+1′ Examined

Posted March 31, 2011 @ 5:01 pm CST by Chris Ness

I’m sure you read last night’s roundup. It contained a little nugget about the Google answer to Facebook’s omnipresent “Like” Button. The theory behind this little web widget is simple: it allows you to recommend a page from within Google’s search results so your friends can see it. It ties to your Google Profile, so […]

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Wondering where that WP7 “Early March” Update is?

Posted March 31, 2011 @ 1:31 pm CST by Chris Ness

Yeah, Microsoft has said that they’ve planned on releasing their “NoDo” updates. They gave you “Early March” as the release date. They forgot to tell you that they’re not releasing it to you, but to your carriers. According to an update on the Windows Phone Team Blog, they’ve already gotten the update out to your […]

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Survival Week: Robot apocalypse

Posted March 31, 2011 @ 12:00 pm CST by Steven Callas

A robot apocalypse is perhaps the most dangerous apocalypse that can hit the earth. Unlike other types of apocalypses, time is of critical essence in order for humanity to survive. Robots are far superior to humans in almost every way, regardless of what form they take. Be it cyborgs, androids, Skynet, or simple automatons, robots […]

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Video Review: Contraction Calculator for WP7

Posted March 31, 2011 @ 11:30 am CST by Chris Ness

Available from the App Marketplace Full review after the jump:

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Star Wars 3D will cost more to make than original film

Posted March 31, 2011 @ 10:24 am CST by Steven Callas

At CinemaCon on Wednesday, George Lucas, James Cameron, and Jeffrey Katzenberg took the stage and shared their vision of a 3D future in film making. For those of us with terrible experiences with 3D movies, the three movie greats assured the audience that there was a clear difference between good 3D and bad 3D, especially […]

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Survival Week Photoshop Contest Winners

Posted March 31, 2011 @ 1:00 am CST by Ron Cassel
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Noistash Roundup, Silver Bullet edition

Posted March 30, 2011 @ 10:30 pm CST by Agrippa

After my 1 day vacation from the internet, I’m back with another nightly roundup. Thanks to Kevlar for handling last night’s and I hope he does more. So, let’s get crackalackin. You might have heard that the Noisecast was overcome with a crippling sense of paranoia and worry for the lives of our dear peasants […]

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Amazon Thinks Its Cloud Storage Doesn’t Need A License, Labels Say They Do

Posted March 30, 2011 @ 2:30 pm CST by Ray Schneider

Amazon launched the Amazon Cloud Player earlier this week and Steven thought it was pretty good way to listen to French House Music. With this service, you can listen to uploaded music on your Android device, or through the Amazon Cloud Web Player. And music labels feel that Amazon should have to pay a license […]

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Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City

Posted March 30, 2011 @ 1:30 pm CST by Alberto Lima

So now that Chris has taught you how to dispatch the zombie hoard, Capcom is giving you an opportunity to try out your new found skills on their zombie apocalypse simulation, Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City. The latest in Capcom’s horror franchise takes a different approach from what you’re used to, we’re going back to […]

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