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Posted On 25 May 2012 By Joseph Volpe. Under: Uncategorized.
It's a rite of passage for newly released Android überphones: the inevitable root. Just one day after Sprint managed to get its flagship device out of customs and into subscribers' hands, comes a one-click solution for Windows, Linux and Mac OS ...
Posted On 25 May 2012 By Alexis Santos. Under: Uncategorized.
Welcome to Growing Up Geek, an ongoing feature where we take a look back at our youth and tell stories of growing up to be the nerds that we are. Today, we have our new editor, Alexis Santos. Out of the corner of my eye, I spotted something emblazone...
PSA: Samsung giving free Olympics tickets to early Galaxy S III buyers at London store, hopes you’ll vault the queue
Posted On 25 May 2012 By Jon Fingas. Under: Uncategorized.
Are you a Londoner so taken with the Galaxy S III that you want to pre-order one before you've even held an in-store dummy unit? Samsung wants to give you a little something something for your eagerness: namely, Olympics tickets. The first 50 who pre...
Posted On 25 May 2012 By Sarah Perez. Under: Uncategorized.
TinyTap is a new iPad application designed for kids which introduces a different angle on the "record-your-own-voice" storybooks craze, by offering a playable book or game you and your kids can customize with your own photos, camera shots, music, narration, and more. The resulting creations can then be shared with family and friends. And, for a little inspiration, the built-in TinyTap store offers a collection of pre-made games which kids can customize with their own voice and actions.
Posted On 25 May 2012 By Brad Molen. Under: Uncategorized.
Get ready to be taken to a dreamworld of mobile podcasting as Myriam and Brad hit up the mics. Or is it a dreamworld of rants? Either way, it'll be magical. May 25, 2012 5:00 PM EDTListen to the Engadget Mobile Podcast, live at 5PM ET! originally app...
Posted On 25 May 2012 By Steve Gillmor. Under: Uncategorized.
Gillmor Gang - John Taschek, Robert Scoble, Keith Teare, Kevin Marks, and Steve Gillmor. Recording has concluded.
Posted On 25 May 2012 By TecheBlog Staff. Under: Uncategorized.
Sure, this custom DeLorean 4 x 4 monster truck isn't practical, but it's definitely a head turner and just might travel back in time, or so we'd like to think. Hopefully, the interior got a few upgrades as well, like a digital speedometer and gau...
Posted On 25 May 2012 By Anthony Ha. Under: Uncategorized.
MoPub, an ad serving startup for smartphone apps, is announcing a new way for its publishers to offer their inventory to advertisers — a private marketplace limited to select publishers and advertisers. Basically, the market creates a more direct relationship, where publishers get more control and predictable pricing, while advertisers get early access. Advertisers will get first look a publisher's inventory — MoPub compares the marketplace to a eBay's Buy It Now model, where buyers can skip the auction process and just purchase an item at a set price (in this case, an ad impression). They also get access to special data like demographics, geography, and in-app purchase history.
Posted On 25 May 2012 By Steve Dent. Under: Uncategorized.
What's in a name? Well, from the looks of this FCC filing, it could be something quite significant for everyone who knows the Netgear appellation. This N300R router has emerged from the commission's Washington enclave bearing On Networks branding, al...
Posted On 25 May 2012 By Terrence O'Brien. Under: Uncategorized.
To hell with Instagram. Seriously. It's not that we don't understand the appeal of the photo filter standard bearer, it's just that it lacks a cleverness and visceral quality that InstaCRT has in spades. See, rather than simply recreate retro effect ...