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Mad Money’s Jim Cramer says the end is nigh for the personal computer

Posted May 29, 2012 @ 5:24 pm CST by Alberto Lima

  Following computer maker, Dell’s latest earning and revenue report, Mad Money’s Jim Cramer panned the company for their below expectations report. CNBC had attributed Dell’s latest poor performance on poor management, but Cramer had other ideas entirely – Apple’s iPhone and iPad. During Cramer’s loud noise and kitschy sound effects program about day trading […]

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SpaceX Launches To The ISS

Posted May 23, 2012 @ 10:05 am CST by Standish O'Grady

This morning, at 3:44AM EST, SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket into orbit, marking the third flight of the Falcon 9, and the first commercial flight ever to the International Space Station. The initial launch was scheduled for early Saturday morning, but it was automatically aborted on by the flight computer because of a faulty […]

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What’s going down in the Utah desert, NSA?

Posted May 21, 2012 @ 12:15 pm CST by Chris Ness

Deep in Utah, among the beautiful landscape and polygamous sects, there’s a big stir going on, and it involves you. The NSA has broken ground on a datacenter of epic proportions (and I don’t just use that term because it sounds cool), involving yottabytes of data, a $40 million a year electricity bill and – […]

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Facebook’s bubble bursting?

Posted May 21, 2012 @ 10:16 am CST by Alberto Lima

On it’s second day of trading, Facebook’s stock (FB) fell well below it’s initial offer ($38 per share). It’s not looking good for the social media giant’s leap from site where we dick around to respectable public company. Although the tech world had lauded Facebook’s IPO as a hot ticket item, investor sentiment had been […]

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Capcom promises to consider not getting caught again
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Capcom says on-disc DLC was a bad idea… sort of

Posted May 21, 2012 @ 9:38 am CST by Alberto Lima

When Capcom released their long awaited Street Fighter x Tekken, they managed to create a shit storm when some intrepid hackers discovered that all of the upcoming DLC was found on the disc. Capcom’s decision to keep DLC on disc and then charge customers a second time to unlock on disc content drew the ire […]

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Kid Icarus Multiplayer Battle Day is coming

Posted May 18, 2012 @ 8:00 am CST by Alberto Lima

In late March, Nintendo released Kid Icarus for the 3DS – a full 25 years after it initially hit the NES console. The latest offering gave gamers a chance of saving the world from the evil goddess Medusa and her un-dead minions; it was nostalgic enough to bring us old-school gamers back but built to […]

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Steam Wallet confirmed by GameStop

Posted May 14, 2012 @ 1:41 pm CST by Alberto Lima

 Today, GameStop confirmed previously reported rumors that the retail chain will begin selling $20 and $50 denominations of Steam Wallet codes. GameStop will not only be taking your cash but will offer costumers the option of using either GameStop gift cards or trade-in credits towards the purchase of Steam Wallet cards. The Steam Wallet codes […]

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The Noisecast Presents: Photography Contest – Bridges

Posted May 10, 2012 @ 2:54 pm CST by Chris Ness

Our friends over at ClickWhirl Photography  and Whitenoise Photography have monthly, themed photography contests. This month’s challenge is Bridges. You know, the everyday structures that hold up amazing amounts of weight? Well, they can be quite beautiful too. Head on over to the contest page and check out the details of the challenge. Don’t forget […]

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Blackberry 10: Will it be enough?

Posted May 9, 2012 @ 11:59 am CST by Chris Ness

When you hear “Blackberry,” you no longer think of a high speed, low drag businessman, dead set on reaching the top. You probably think of that one guy who’s waiting for his contract to expire, or a woman whose business won’t buy iPhones or Android phones for their employees. The OS is dated, the screen […]

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Award winning photographer, Giulio Sciorio and his PEN Mini (Olympus E-PM1)
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Award-winning photographer Giulio Sciorio talks Micro 4/3 and the future of photography

Posted May 8, 2012 @ 7:37 pm CST by Alberto Lima

Recently, The Noisecast got the chance to chat with award-winning photographer, Giulio Sciorio, about the shooting pro with a Micro 4/3’s camera, trade secrets, the future of photography and improving your own photography skills. Giulio has been working as a professional photographer for over 7 years shooting portraits, editorial spreads, and most recently music videos […]

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