Monthly Archives: March 2014

Samsung ATIV SE leak hints at April launch, warmed over Galaxy S 4 specs

Samsung’s ATIV SE hasn’t been a terribly well-kept secret, but we’ve heard precious little about the Verizon-bound Windows Phone beyond its use of a 5-inch, 1080p display. However, tipsters have given The Verge hardware specs that will seem very… Engadget … Read the rest of this entry

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Square makes accounting easier for merchants by integrating with Xero

Square can make accepting credit cards easy for small businesses. Things get less simple, however, when it comes time to do the books for those businesses — something that often involves painstakingly inputting Square transactions into accounting… Engadget RSS Feed

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Olympus brings five-axis image stabilization to the point-and-shoot with $400 Stylus SH-1

Olympus introduced its five-axis image stabilization in 2012 with the OM-D E-M5. That $ 1,000 camera was mighty powerful for its day, but the new IS tech was perhaps its most impressive feature, enabling sharp stills and steady handheld video. … Read the rest of this entry

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Mod of the Week: Altis Life, for Arma 3

After two hours of tense waiting, the op was launched. The four of us, all policemen wearing night-vision goggles, slithered from our vehicles, spread out silently, and sprinted around the darkened buildings in the middle of the night. We converged … Read the rest of this entry

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Inhabitat’s Week in Green: Juggernaut Bike, Project Blue and a skyscraper made of desert sand

Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week’s most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us — it’s the Week in Green. It’s been a big week for architecture — especially the futuristic kind. First, winners were … Read the rest of this entry

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Newly discovered dwarf planet could challenge what we know about our solar system

While Pluto might have been stripped of its full planetary status, thanks to a shift in official definitions, a newly discovered planetoid could actually hint at the existence of a “super-Earth” in the far reaches of our solar system. The … Read the rest of this entry

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Google clamps down on Android apps with deceptive ads

Google has issued revised rules for Google Play apps in its continuing effort to stay one step ahead of nefarious developers. This time, the primary target is apps with pop-up ads that spoof a system, service or app notification and … Read the rest of this entry

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Switched On: Amazon’s Puzzling Prime Directive

Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a column about consumer technology. More Info Amazon likely to announce media streamer at April 2nd event Showtime’s Anytime app arrives on Roku Amazon will reportedly launch a free video… Engadget RSS Feed

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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided trademark filed, hopefully won’t be another mobile game

We never asked for this reportedly shoddy PC port of the Deus Ex mobile game The Fall. We never asked for this impressive Human Revolution short fan film, but we’re glad it got made anyway. We also never asked for … Read the rest of this entry

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DayZ developer acquires new studio to work on standalone version

It looks like the DayZ Standalone will be getting a few new helping hands. Creator Dean “Rocket” Hall has announced the purchase of Slovakian game developer Cauldron by Bohemia Interactive, with 25 of that studio’s staff set to work on the … Read the rest of this entry

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