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RedBubble at New York Comic Con via RedBubble Blog
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NYCC Recap – RedBubble iPhone and iPad Cases

Posted October 29, 2012 @ 8:00 am CST by Alberto Lima

While at this year’s New York Comic Con, the Noisecast made a stop over at Redbubble’s booth to see what the online retailer was cooking up. Among the cool t-shirt and poster designs, we were pleasantly surprised by their line of iPhone and iPad cases. As can be expected of Redbubble and their +9000 designs […]

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We're sorry it was all a cruel hoax too.
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Sony Nexus X hoaxer comes clean

Posted October 20, 2012 @ 1:15 am CST by Alberto Lima

The image above made it’s rounds around the internet this past week, originally picked up by the Xperia Blog and ultimately being picked up (and reported on with a healthy sized grain of salt) by larger outlets like The Verge, Engadget, and Gizmodo; many Android fans were hoping that there would finally be a Sony […]

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Book Review – Moonraker

Posted October 16, 2012 @ 1:00 pm CST by Matt Zupka

Keeping things close to home after his adventures on the other side of the Atlantic, James Bond is set on the path of wealthy inventor Sir Hugo Drax. One slow day in the offices of MI6, M invites James Bond, 007 to join him for dinner and cards at the most exclusive of clubs, Blades. […]

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iPad Mini in both WiFi and cellular options; starts at $249

Posted October 15, 2012 @ 9:53 pm CST by Alberto Lima

The rumors have been swirling since the first Google Nexus 7 was announced and as we get closer to (or not) the official announcement of a smaller iPad, Cult of Mac is reporting on a leak detailing the full lineup of 7.8-inch iPad Minis including their relative pricing structure. Spoiler alert: Things are gonna get […]

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Need to find a cup of joe? Get Foursquare recommendations without even signing up.
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Foursquare Beyond the “Check-In”

Posted October 15, 2012 @ 4:42 pm CST by Alberto Lima

The Explore feature for many Foursquare users was kind of a personalized concierge service to point you to the best that your city offered; complete with recommendations from those you tend to trust – your friends. Today, Foursquare is opening up the Explore service far beyond their already large user base (reported at 25 million […]

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Wii Bundle Wii Sports Wii Sports Resort
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Nintendo Announces Price Drop for Wii

Posted October 15, 2012 @ 11:51 am CST by Alberto Lima

Looking for a deal on a Nintendo Wii? Well Nintendo has just announced that they’re dropping the price on the outgoing system; a new/replacement Wii will only set you back $130 and includes both Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort (single disc). Beginning on October 28th, the newly priced bundle will replace the existing black Wii […]

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Redo-Review: Live and Let Die

Posted October 14, 2012 @ 8:45 pm CST by Matt Zupka

To the Summary! Roger Moore makes his debut as the MI-6 agent, James Bond.  Bond travels to the states to track down what happened to three fellow agents.  What he discovers is… the undead!  And heroin… To the Cast! Roger Moore – James Bond Yaphet Koto – Kananga/Mr. Big Jayne Seymour – Solitaire Clifton James […]

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Comic-Con: Stan Lee’s World of Heroes Gets New Series

Posted October 11, 2012 @ 6:24 pm CST by Ray Schneider

Who doesn’t love Stan Lee? He’s brought us some of the most memorable characters over the years. Over at his Youtube channel Stan Lee’s World of Heros, where he has some great shows like Cocktails with Stan Lee, Geek DIY, and my personal Favorite Stan’s Rant’s, he’s unveiling some new content. Each show has it’s own style […]

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Old school note taking meets new school cataloging.
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Noisey Reviews: We find out just how smart Moleskine’s Smart Notebook really is

Posted October 10, 2012 @ 7:38 am CST by Alberto Lima

Evernote is my personal favorite note-taking app. It lives on my phone, laptop, and iPod Touch keeping all my electronic scribbles and thoughts in one place catalogued to be picked up later. The only complaint is that touch screen keyboards aren’t necessarily the fastest way to jot down a quick bit of information and my […]

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Nokia Lumia 920 Colors
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AT&T announces Nokia Lumia 920 as carrier exclusive

Posted October 4, 2012 @ 3:03 pm CST by Alberto Lima

Surprising absolutely no one (but possibly inspiring envy from Verizon and T-Mobile subscribers) AT&T announced that they will be the exclusive carrier of the Nokia Lumia 920 – the flagship Windows Phone 8 device. So the nation’s largest carrier will also have the largest selection of WP8 devices including the Lumia 920, Lumia 820, and both […]

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