Archive for January, 2012

REVIEW: Deus Ex: Human Revolution

REVIEW: Deus Ex: Human Revolution

With Human Revolution, developer Eidos Interactive hopes to re-establish the prestigious franchise’s former relevance after an 8-year industry hiatus.

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REPORT: Consumers Shifting Further Away From Televisions

REPORT: Consumers Shifting Further Away From Televisions

More and more, consumers are moving to mobile devices and PCs as their viewing device of choice.

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No Steam Ahead For Flat Panel Market?

No Steam Ahead For Flat Panel Market?

Is the law of diminishing returns and the shift to mobile viewing wreaking havoc on the flat-panel market?

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Google+ Now Integrated With Google’s Search Results

Google+ Now Integrated With Google’s Search Results

Google has introduced a social media-leaning enhancement to search. Let’s take a look at Search plus Your World.

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Microsoft Proposes New WiFi Architecture

Microsoft Proposes New WiFi Architecture

Microsoft is developing a more robust wireless architecture that could revolutionize WiFi.

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Unscientific America

Unscientific America

Sheril Kirshenbaum delivers a poignant presentation on science literacy in the U.S.

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How to Sync Browsing Activity Between Your PC and Android

How to Sync Browsing Activity Between Your PC and Android

Try out these tools to synchronize your browsing experience across your Android arsenal.

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Use Xmarks to Sync Your Bookmarks Across Browsers

Use Xmarks to Sync Your Bookmarks Across Browsers

Xmarks solves one of the biggest problems with using multiple browsers and PCs and is a perfect example of how you can make technology work for you.

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9 Tech Trends to Watch For in 2012

9 Tech Trends to Watch For in 2012

I forecast 9 trends to look out for in the coming year.

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