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California passes privacy law protecting your drunk tweets/Facebook updates

Posted September 28, 2012 @ 3:29 pm CST by Alberto Lima

A while back we warned you about those drunk tweets and questionable Facebook status updates you’ve been posting; not because we’re easily offended or anything, but just in case you were looking for a job (or were a university applicant) and those assholes they required you to give up your social media passwords as part of […]

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"Dear customers, My bad." - Apple (image via The Amazing iOS 6 Maps - Tumblr)
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Our Bad – CEO Tim Cook’s response to Apple Maps criticism

Posted September 28, 2012 @ 11:36 am CST by Alberto Lima

In case you don’t have access to the internet (and subscribe to The Noisecast: Carrier Pigeon Edition) there’s been a lot of unhappy people with iPhones and without the Map App of record, Google Maps. The negative reactions have been coming nonstop since the official roll-out of iOS 6, and they’re everywhere: Twitter, blogs, journalist. Everywhere. […]

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Frustrated with iOS 6 Maps? Google has a sneaky APP for that.

Posted September 25, 2012 @ 4:00 pm CST by Tawnie

While many are frustrated with the new iOS 6 Map Application that makes the Manhattan Bridge look like this. There is a solution. While there is no official app in the iOS app store just yet, Google has provided a sneaky work around for Safari users. You can add a Google Maps “APP” to your […]

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The New MySpace
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MySpace Trying to Bring The Sexy Back

Posted September 25, 2012 @ 2:00 pm CST by Tawnie

On Monday with a single tweet Justin Timberlake announced the new My Space. The new MySpace was shown in a Vimeo Video but from the video it looks like another version of Pinterest. Instead of wedding dresses, food, and cats there will be a lot of music featured. Justin Timberlake, an actor and former pop […]

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Foxconn employee claims iPhone 5 poorly built

Posted September 24, 2012 @ 10:41 am CST by Alberto Lima

Not even the 5 million in weekend sales is enough to stop the seemingly endless stream of issues related to the new iPhone 5. If it isn’t problems with iOS 6′s Apple 3D Maps or gripes with people complaining about how the phone is “too thin;” the iPhone is now faced with its latest bit […]

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"JET SET RADIOOOOOOOO"
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Comin’ Atcha! Jet Set Radio now on Steam

Posted September 20, 2012 @ 9:46 pm CST by Alberto Lima

We’ve talked about this in the past, and now the day is here; Sega’s greatest Dreamcast title, Jet Set Radio, has skated into our hearts onto Steam for your game playing pleasure. Best of all, Jet Set Radio doesn’t require a gaming monster or much scratch – it’ll only set you back $10. Jet Set Radio revolutionized its generation […]

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Prepare to be separated from your money!
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The best expected, unexpected surprise from yesterday’s Apple event – new iPods

Posted September 13, 2012 @ 7:18 pm CST by Alberto Lima

Not only did we get a new iPhone yesterday, we also got our first look at newly revamped set of iPods. The look of the iPhone has been known months in advance with most sites posting leaked images, components, renders, parts lists, and so on. So it was actually surprising to see the next generation […]

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Say hello to the new iPhone

Posted September 13, 2012 @ 5:03 pm CST by Alberto Lima

Did you hear the news, Apple announced something today but no one was around to hear. Not really, if you haven’t heard you probably just stuck your head in the sand and decided against checking Twitter or your favorite blogs; but in either case, Apple officially announced their 6th generation iPhone – the iPhone 5. […]

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Book Review: Live and Let Die

Posted September 12, 2012 @ 8:02 pm CST by Matt Zupka

Building on his own personal experiences, Ian Flemming sends James Bond to the USA and Jamacia.  His mission:  track down the source of gold pieces being smuggled into the USA. Arriving in NYC, Bond is teamed up once again with his best  pal Felix Leiter of the CIA.  Their target:  Mr. Big; a crime lord […]

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Photo: John Bradley/Wired CC license
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Apple has a size problem

Posted September 12, 2012 @ 12:55 pm CST by Alberto Lima

Tawnie is a girl geek that has been obsessed with technology since 1982. When not obsessing over technology she is raising a future engineer and wrangling cats in her basement. Expect to see more from her soon. The iPhone 5 was announced today but they have a design problem, it’s too big. Yes, that’s what she […]

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