Monday, 30 April 2012

The Return of the Videophone (Again)

A new company, telyHD, is trying to move video chats from the PC to the TV room with some new set-top hardware and a connection through Skype.

Source: http://gadgetwise.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/04/25/the-return-of-the-videophone-again/

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Japan?s Social Game Publishers Limit Teens? Spending

With social games in Japan drawing billions of yen and upsetting scores of parents, two mobile game giants are setting monthly limits on how much children can spend.

Source: http://www.wired.com/gamelife/2012/04/japanese-social-games/

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5 Reasons Why Nokia Lost Its Handset Sales Lead and Got Downgraded to ?Junk?

In the mobile industry, a 14-year lead is undoubtedly impressive. But Nokia's lead has gradually declined in the past few years, for a number of reasons. Here's what Nokia did wrong -- or alternatively, what Samsung did right -- that led to one handset company's rise over the other.

Source: http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2012/04/5-reasons-why-nokia-lost-its-handset-sales-lead-and-got-downgraded-to-junk/

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First BlackBerry 10 Superphone Could Come As Soon As October?

According to a report by N4BB, the first BlackBerry 10�Superphone could be announced be officially in August and go on sale as early as the first half of October. Sources state that the first BlackBerry 10 Superphone will, indeed, be touch screen only is indicated in leaked images of the device that came out back [...]

First BlackBerry 10 Superphone Could Come As Soon As October… is a post from: RIMarkable, the Unofficial BlackBerry Weblog...

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Oracle and Google Await Verdict After Final Battle Over Java Copyrights

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Kids: What Were They Thinking?

Is there a prime age for "What Were They Thinking?" moments with your kids? If you're a parent, I think you'll know what I'm talking about. Those things your progeny do that are utterly beyond your comprehension. The ones that take maybe all of two seconds to pull off, but result in hours, days and even weeks of parental stress. Not to mention the fact that they often end up costing money too. Oh, and there's often a big clean up effort in the mix as well.

Source: http://www.wired.com/geekdad/2012/04/kids-what-were-they-thinking/

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Onion Goggles ? Don?t Cry for your Dinner

  Here at Coolest Gadgets we have reported on camera goggles, night vision goggles and even beer goggles, so today I thought I would introduce you to Onion Goggles, made specifically to help keep the tears away while preparing dinner. I often wonder who cut up the first onion, had�a horrendous tear jerking reaction and [...]

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MoneySupermarket Launch World`s First Car Insurance Comparison App in UK

Money Supermarket is one of the top price comparison sites in the UK; although until recently, its services were best accessed via a desktop computer. Given that smartphones and tablets are fast becoming the first port of call for anyone who wants to head online, it is unsurprising that the site has built its own [...]

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Kids: What Were They Thinking?

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Dark Meadow: The Pact Available on Tegra Zone

To quote our own Michael Anderson, “Dark Meadow is a visually stunning game that was created using the same Unreal 3 technology as Infinity Blade, but offers much more depth and atmosphere than that game.” �Michael prefer Dark Meadow to games like Infinity Blade and IB II because it is more story-oriented, and doesn’t seem [...]

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?Book People Unite? Promotes Literacy With A Catchy Tune

Everyone has a favorite childhood book. From fairy tales to Narnia and everywhere in between. Want to help kids experience books in all their glory? Head over to BookPeopleUnite.org, a movement designed to promote literacy through the Reading Is Fundamental organization. They’ve put together an amazing video with a who’s who of artists�including Chris Martin, [...]

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Pete Townsend Announces ?Who I Am? Memoir and Pre-Order Links

When you look at the truly iconic figures in rock music based on impact, influence, songwriting, musicianship, and outrageous behavior … Pete Townshend of The Who would have to be near the top of any list. Now he is putting his life experiences before, during and after The Who into a memoir. He had previously [...]

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Sunday, 29 April 2012

Gnome Canterwick Beautifully Repurposes Leather-Bound Classics as iPhone Charger Docks

Books have been hollowed out since the beginning of time to hide things, whether it be to disguise and hold adult beverages, money, guns or other “treasures” inside. But here’s a novel idea, rather than hollow out the book to hide something, why not display the book while it is being used to charge your [...]

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Driving on Civilian Roads a Struggle for Recently Returned Soldiers

Add one more item to the list of challenges that returning soldiers face coming home after a deployment: driving on civilian roads.

Source: http://www.wired.com/autopia/2012/04/soldiers-driving/

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Intel releases its wish list of Windows 8 tablet features

Everyone, including Intel is expecting Windows 8 to launch before 2012 is over. Intel also wants to ensure its chips are inside as many Windows 8 tablets too, especially considering ARM is now an option. With that in mind, the chip giant has used the Intel Developer Forum being held this week in Beijing to [...]

Source: http://www.geek.com/articles/gadgets/intel-releases-its-wish-list-of-windows-8-tablet-features-20120413/

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Science Writing And Denialism: Accuracy, Clarity, Courage


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G-Lab: Tablets, Augmented Reality, and Two Cans on a String

This week, Nathan tells us what he thinks of the ASUS Transformers Pad and the ACER Iconia Tab a510, Robbie shows the latest in augmented reality apps, and Alexandra shows us a tin can phone attachment from Monkey Wrench Design.

Source: http://video.wired.com/services/link/bcpid1813626064/bctid1603808757001?src=mrss

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How LCD Displays Work

Bill Hammack teach us ?how the diffuser panels work together to work LCD displays.? Bill Hammack explains how LCD display uses liquid crystals, thin film transistors and polarizer?s to display information to either block or allow light passage. These are made of numerous layers and, we never knew quite what they were doing to with retrieved LCD screens. Well, look additional in this video.


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Mensa Picks Its Mind Games Winners for 2012!

Last weekend, Mensa members and others gathered for the annual Mensa Mind Games, held this year in Herndon, Virginia, just outside Washington, DC. Mensa Mind Games is an intense weekend of playing board and card games. Game publishers submit games to be evaluated on criteria such as the rules, replayability, and general fun. Anyone at the weekend can play the games and send feedback to the publishers. But only Mensa members can then vote for their top choices of games overall. The top five receive the coveted Mensa Select seal. Here are the winners for this year!

Source: http://www.wired.com/geekdad/2012/04/mensa-mind-games/

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Evaluate Your Professional Worth

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As techy jobs push further and further into the wilderness of innovation, new tools and new rules have become increasingly required for assessing and tracking one?s deserved compensation. Workers of the world rejoice! Instead of sauntering empty-handed into that meeting to ask your boss for a raise, you can use one of a slew of new sites and apps that have come to help calculate what you deserve whether you're applying for a salaried position or clocking freelance hours. Here?s a run-through.

''This article was written by John Flanagan, a Vermont-based writer, film fan, and intermittent bon vivant.''

==Websites that Help Assess Your Professional Worth Based on Experience==

===PayScale.com===

[http://payscale.com PayScale] uses a real-time, user-reported profiling system based upon your job title, location, education, and experience. It also predicts your future career moves, tells you which cities you?d be economically most fruitful in, browses local job listings, and provides information on current or potential bosses.

The most basic version of PayScale, [http://www.payscale.com/wizards/choose.asp My PayScale], is free and includes comparative salary/hourly cash compensation data, sneak peeks into three profiles of other workers, and access to job listings. [https://www.payscale.com/signup.asp?subtype=2 PayScale Premium], at $19.95, earns you PDFs of your PayScale report, a negotiation guide, and just a few more bells and whistles than the basic service. [http://www.payscale.com/hr/default PayScale MarketRate] considers current market data, employee attributes and company location and size to determine appropriate wages for employers to set. Individual reports are available for $219 ($799 for a six pack).


===Salary.com===

A predecessor of PayScale, [http://salary.com Salary.com] similarly offers employee-driven wage information and hosts a healthy wealth of career resources. While assessing your professional value, take advantage of its job-search and college-planning tools; test your workplace personality traits or brush up on the dos and don?ts of office etiquette. Also, you can find out what your superiors rake in with Salary.com?s [http://swz.salary.com/execcomp/layoutscripts/excl_companysearch.aspx Executive Salary Report].

Salary.com?s free [http://www.salary.com/category/salary/ Salary Wizard], which appears on [http://www.salary.com/category/salary/ Monster.com], [http://money.cnn.com/ CNNMoney], and many other sites, culls a list of jobs similar to yours in your region for wage comparison. You can also purchase Salary?s [https://secure.salary.com/salaryreport/layoutscripts/srpl_overview.asp?r=sal_header_psr Personal Salary Report], which offers ?experts? opinions? on your market value. Prices for the Salary Report PDF vary depending on the cost and difficulty of analyzing your customized data.

===SalaryExpert===

[http://www.salaryexpert.com/ SalaryExpert] offers a platform with most of the same features as the databases listed above. Its free [http://www.salaryexpert.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=Main.Home_Personal Broad-Range SalaryReport], however, is far less detailed than the aforementioned free reports, and its [http://www.salaryexpert.com/index.cfm?FuseAction=PCSReports.Main&ItemID=14 Personal Salary Report] lets you customize your information for $29 (i.e., $29 more than what PayScale and Salary.com charge for the same service). SalaryExpert also has a [http://www.salaryexpert.com/index.cfm?FuseAction=LP.Main&P=ERISA business/HR resource, which runs for $889].

===WageExchange===

[http://www.wageexchange.com/ WageExchange] aims specifically at accounting, IT, and advertising professionals. It?s not free, and the nuisance of their account-creating system is reason enough to browse elsewhere for salary comparison.

==Websites that Help Track Your Work Hours==

===Toggl===

[https://www.toggl.com/ Toggl] has an efficient time-tracking program available for use on its website, on your desktop, or as an app on your iPhone or Android. The program integrates other accounting software, such as QuickBooks or FreshBooks, and provides charts to show how your time has been spent. With Toggl, you can send PDFs of your progress to colleagues and clients and add up to 200 team members to any given project. You can also pre-define specific tasks for team members. Bonus: It?s free.

===Harvest===

[http://www.getharvest.com/ Harvest] offers a one-click time entry database available online, as a desktop widget, or as a mobile device app. The program automatically integrates invoices and reminds employees to submit their timesheets. For the ?Solo? freelancer, Harvest costs a mere $12 per month; $40 for ?Basic,? and $90 for ?Business.?

===Tick===

[http://tickspot.com/ Tick] is purposely less flashy than Toggl. ?You won't find complex charts of theoretical data here,? their website boasts. You can choose the monthly rate of $9, $19, $39, or $79, depending on your interests and the size of your business. Tick is also available as an iPhone app.

===Cashboard===

[http://www.getcashboard.com/ Cashboard] focuses mostly on creating, configuring, and automatically sending invoices. Also available as a desktop widget, Cashboard tracks your time daily, weekly, or whenever you remember all those hours you?ve worked but forgot to record. A free account is available for one active employee with one client invoiced and two active projects per month. All others can check out Cashboard?s ?[https://www.cashboardapp.com/sign_up/configure Dynamic]? paying plan, which starts at $10 per month.

===FreshBooks===

FreshBooks wins its appeal from its ability to integrate with other invoice software, though it offers its own tools for sending and following-up on invoices, bookkeeping, and time tracking as well. Like Cashboard, you can continue to use FreshBooks on-site or as an app for free. Paid packages start at $19.95 per month.

===yaTimer===

Available as a downloadable app only, [http://www.nbdtech.com/yaTimer/ yaTimer] is the most bare-bones self-timer of the list. It features a countdown, the ability to run multiple timers at once, editable and printable time sheets, analytical reports, and colors that make it resemble Snood. No go on yaTime for Mac users, though; this gadget is for the PC alone.


Source: http://feeds.wired.com/~r/howtowiki/~3/8aRv2xqRarE/Evaluate_Your_Professional_Worth

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Striiv Fitness Motivating Pedometer Gets Smart, Gets Social

Back in January Judie and I found ourselves in an unplanned competition of sorts. Judie was using the FitBit fitness device and I was using the Striiv Smart Pedometer. The devices could not have been more different. The FitBit was black and the Striiv white. The FitBit clipped to your cloths and has a small [...]

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Cardo scala rider G9 ? Can you Hear Me Now?

My husband and I both have our motorcycle licenses, and it was my dad that taught me to ride, and while it makes me a little more nervous than it used to, I still love the idea of a bike… the wind in your hair and the bugs in your teeth. But if we all [...]

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Saturday, 28 April 2012

Avoid Techy Distractions on the Job

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Between writing the title for this next how-to and beginning its first sentence, I?ve installed an upgrade for my laptop, glanced at Twitter, gaped in wonder at an Instagrammed photo of an enormous alligator posted on Facebook, e-mailed a former professor, Googled videos of distracted cats (for research?), then watched them on YouTube. I assume I?m not alone in my tendency toward diversion.

According to ?Information Overload,? a [http://arstechnica.com/old/content/2008/12/measuring-the-costs-of-info-overload.ars study] conducted by New York-based business research company Basex, techy distractions waste an estimated $650 billion of U.S. business? cash each year. As we adapt to our gizmo-driven lives, learning to say no to constant beeping and booping has become a skill increasingly difficult to master. Fight fire with fire by using the techy tools listed below, and heed the following advice to help curb your 21st-century interruptions.

''This is an article by John Flanagan, a Vermont-based writer, film fan, and intermittent bon vivant.''

==Distraction-Blocking Apps==

===Stay Focused===

An extension for Google Chrome, [http://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/laankejkbhbdhmipfmgcngdelahlfoji#detail/laankejkbhbdhmipfmgcngdelahlfoji/ StayFocused] has you set a limit for how much time you can afford to dawdle through the ether. Choose particular websites, or even parts of websites, to self-restrict your access. After you reach your allotted time, vamoose, back to work. A menu on the left offers a "Daily Reset Time" and shows what content you're currently blocking or allowing. With "The Nuclear Option," you can eliminate ? brace yourself ? the entire web. While turning off Wi-Fi or ripping out your Ethernet and FireWire cords works just as well, with the Nuclear Option you can't change your mind once initiating the sequence (unless you quit the app or restart your computer). Other anti-distraction Google Chrome extensions include [http://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/cljcgchbnolheggdgaeclffeagnnmhno#detail/cljcgchbnolheggdgaeclffeagnnmhno/ Nanny For Google Chrome] and [https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/cgmnfnmlficgeijcalkgnnkigkefkbhd#detail/cgmnfnmlficgeijcalkgnnkigkefkbhd Pomodoro].

===LeechBlock===

[http://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/leechblock/ LeechBlock] is an extension for FireFox which, like StayFocused, imparts the same tough-love tactic on your time wasting tendencies via blocking entire sites or just parts of sites. "Block Sets" correspond different access settings to different projects, a unique LeechBlock feature. You'll have a password with which to adjust your options, and it's up to you whether settings can be changed during blackouts (though there are still ways out of this in case of emergency).

===RescueTime===
[http://rescuetime.com/ RescueTime.com] charts you how you spend your time by recording what websites are on the forefront of your screen. It stops recording when you leave your computer, but will ask you what you?ve been up to since you?ve been gone. (You can tell it to bug off if you want to.) The RescueTime website advises against "wholesale blocking of leisure surfing," so its FocusTime feature only blocks distracting websites via a stopwatch that you set. While the app makes recommendations for sites to block based upon your browsing habits, you can modify the list easily. RescueTime's "Automagical" time tracking database displays in-depth graphs that chart when and at which times you find yourself most distracted. With RescueTime Pro, business owners and managers can follow an entire corporation of sidetracked workers.

===KeepMeOut===

An online bookmarking device, [http://keepmeout.com/ KeepMeOut] blocks you from revisiting a site within a preset amount of time. You'll replace bookmarks for distracting sites with aliases that monitor your use frequency. Set how long an interval you'd like between visits, choose whether you want the restricted access to stay for the weekend, and monitor your average daily blocked/allowed hits.

'''Note''': Visiting the restricted site without going through KMO's alias is an easy way around its barricade. Recommended only for those with decent self-control.

==Modify Your Behavior==

===Evaluation Station===

Blacking out websites might only provide a temporary, and perhaps frustrating fix. Get to the root of the issue by changing your work habits and personal tendencies. First, add up how much time you spend distracted from a task at hand, then estimate how much money you're wasting. You may be shocked into working harder.

===Compartmentalize===

Form a routine where you set aside a specific part of the day in which you won?t access e-mail, answer phones, check the headlines, or patrol Facebook. Because we all need time for leisure browsing, do the opposite as well. Set off some tech-check time. After a few weeks you should notice more productivity and perhaps have more peace of mind!

===Take Five(s)===

Taking short breaks to restore energy and focus is essential. The aforementioned Pomodoro device times you as you work, leaving increments for essential recharging.

===Hocus Focus===

When reaching for your phone, remind yourself of the unexpected time you?ll probably waste on Words With Friends. Put it down, remind yourself of what you're doing, and do it. Via positive reinforcement, this will develop into habit.

===Express Yourself===

Guard yourself against known distractions such as chatty coworkers or roommates by posting auto-reply messages on your e-mail or voicemail. Indicate you?re working under a deadline so your work can take the blame for your unresponsiveness. Also, restrict your social media to alert you only of issues that you actually care about. Don?t let someone you barely knew in high school disturb you from writing the great American novel with a picture of her lunch.

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Source: http://feeds.wired.com/~r/howtowiki/~3/jpNsiz0ScsQ/Avoid_Techy_Distractions_on_the_Job

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Boombox Provides Fun in the Sun

Et�n's Rukus is a lightweight, portable sound system that works with any Bluetooth-enabled device or computer. Staying true to its belief in green technology, Et�n offers a solar-powered version as well.

Source: http://gadgetwise.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/04/25/boombox-provides-fun-in-the-sun/

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Blizzard announces Battle.net Mobile Alerts

Source: http://www.ubergizmo.com/2012/04/blizzard-announces-battle-net-mobile-alerts/

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Commercial Space Shuttle Replacements Complete Wind Tunnel Testing

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HBO Go Connect to Xbox 360 in April


At HBO event in San Francisco, company announced HBO Go coming to Xbox 360 in April month, from Roku boxes to some Samsung connected TVs, now finally Microsoft's console will be getting the flowing service on 1st April. Without any difficulty finally you?ll be able to jump straight from the hills of Tamriel to the fields of Winterfell. Along with season two debut premiere of Game of Thrones.

Source: Engadget


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Ellen Reads from ?50 Shades of Grey?

If you follow pop culture and popular books at all, you have heard something about the novel 50 Shades of Grey. If not, I’ll catch you up quickly: it was a Twilight fan-fiction which gained interest from publishers but needed a change of characters, which basically puts a young college student and a rich older [...]

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Square Enix?s Japan Vita Software Sale Is a Good Start

Square Enix is offering deep discounts on both of its PlayStation Vita games next week in Japan, reducing the prices of Army Corps of Hell and Lord of Apocalypse by 2000 yen (approximately $25) each.

Source: http://www.wired.com/gamelife/2012/04/square-enix-vita-sale/

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Skype Launches Humoticons Facebook App

Source: http://www.ubergizmo.com/2012/04/skype-launch-humoticons-facebook-app/

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Matchbook Pro iPhone Case is a Book of Matches

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Could Angry Birds Space Be Getting a Simpsons Related Planet Next?

Source: http://www.ubergizmo.com/2012/04/angry-birds-space-simpsons-planet/

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Find Your Car Saves You From Car-finding Disaster

Parkassist's M3 system uses a high-resolution digital imaging system to monitor the spaces in a car park, saving time for drivers.

Source: http://video.wired.com/services/link/bcpid1813626064/bctid1581327935001?src=mrss

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How-To: Archery

Pro tips for how to perfect your archery form

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Friday, 27 April 2012

3M Cloud Library Lends Not Only E-Books, But Also E-Reader Hardware

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HBO Go Connect to Xbox 360 in April


At HBO event in San Francisco, company announced HBO Go coming to Xbox 360 in April month, from Roku boxes to some Samsung connected TVs, now finally Microsoft's console will be getting the flowing service on 1st April. Without any difficulty finally you?ll be able to jump straight from the hills of Tamriel to the fields of Winterfell. Along with season two debut premiere of Game of Thrones.

Source: Engadget


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