Monthly Archives: December 2011

Forums: Freeing up iCloud space, iPhone 4S restores

As we roll on into the weekend, it’s always a good chance to get caught up on the things you may have missed out on from the week. You can skip on back a few pages, and see if you … Continue reading

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USB Biofeedback Game Controller lets you play Mario with your guns (video)

Those gun-show tickets you’ve been offering out to everyone (that nobody ever takes) can suddenly do a lot more, thanks to Advancer Technologies. It’s developed an Arduino-based plug-and-play bio-feedback game controller that uses EMG (electromyography) sensors to monitor the electrical … Continue reading

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Recent developments and rumors

The recent developments and rumors about the new ipad 3 has left the market not sure of which way to go. Many predict that apple is bond to keep all secrets about the upcoming ipad 3 a secret. Apple Company … Continue reading

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The Engadget Show – 028: Boeing’s 787, the Tokyo Motor Show and the year in review

It’s been a crazy year for the Engadget Show, but don’t count us out just yet. We’ve got one more exciting episode to hit you with before the year’s up. This time out, Tim travels to San Francisco, to check … Continue reading

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Windows Phone 7.5 SMS bug breaks messaging hub, hard reset is the only remedy

An SMS message on your Windows 7.5 handset could knock messaging out cold, a one shot kill you can’t prepare for. Apparently, WP devices that receive a text containing a certain string of characters will reboot and return with a … Continue reading

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Dell Quits Netbooks For Ultrabooks

My mother bought a netbook recently, ignoring my pleading advice to instead get an iPad. Maybe she likes updating antivirus definitions, or perhaps she is looking forward to buying a new one when this one dies exactly a day outside … Continue reading

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VMware adds Mozy to its cloud and virtualization empire

Mozy is one of the most popular cloud backup services around, with more than one million users storing around 70 petabytes of data. Its popularity apparently put it on the acquisition radar of VMware — which has now made Mozy … Continue reading

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Add playback hotkeys to Amazon Cloud Player with a Chrome extension

Sure, Amazon’s Cloud Player works — as long as you’re in the U.S. or willing to do some tinkering — but it’s fairly simplistic at the moment. There are plenty of features missing which we’d like to see added — … Continue reading

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Cueboy Quest is an adorable 8-bit style physics game

Yes, that’s right, I said adorable. Because Cueboy Quest really is! You play an 8-bit cowboy whose goal on each level is to get to the door (and thus to the next level), but the door is often locked. To … Continue reading

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Flickr adds to sharing options, now easier to share photos across the Web

It sure is nice to see some new developer action over at Flickr. The relatively slow-moving photo-sharing service has just announced a new sharing update, which consists of several new and easy ways to embed or link to your photos: … Continue reading

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