Archive for November, 2011

FREE: Ice Cream Sandwich Keyboard

FREE: Ice Cream Sandwich Keyboard

The flashy Ice Cream Sandwich keyboard can be pushed to all Android devices with this new app.

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How Reese Witherspoon Has Blue Eyes

How Reese Witherspoon Has Blue Eyes

Geneticists now believe blue eyes are a relatively recent physical trait.

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The Art of Seeing Without Sight

The Art of Seeing Without Sight

Humans born without certain sensory receptors are often able to compensate for their incomplete physiology in extraordinary ways, such as this blind painter from Turkey.

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HTC Rezound: Best Smartphone Display to Date?

HTC Rezound: Best Smartphone Display to Date?

If I were buying a smartphone today, here’s why it’d certainly be the Rezound.

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Why Google+?

Why Google+?

Two of the most dominant names in technology are now in fierce contention for the social web space. Let’s get to know Google+ and what it offers over Facebook.

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The Truth About PenTile Displays

The Truth About PenTile Displays

I wade deep into PenTile displays, a technology increasingly prevalent in the mobile phone market. Click to learn more about the screen you look at all day.

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REVIEW: Castlevania: Lords of Shadow

REVIEW: Castlevania: Lords of Shadow

Konami’s long-awaited revival of the Castlevania franchise finally lands on consoles. I review the Xbox 360 version of Lords of Shadow.

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Are We Alone?

Are We Alone?

What import do the results of Mars missions have for the future of our species?

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Neuroscience and Law

Neuroscience and Law

Neuroscientist and fiction writer David Eagleman gives a stimulating talk discussing the thorny intersection of neuroscience and law.

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Dennis Ritchie: Father of the Programming Language

Dennis Ritchie: Father of the Programming Language

The deluge of praise directed toward Steve Jobs these past two weeks has almost completely evaded his lesser-known progenitor, Dennis Ritchie.

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