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The First Killer App For The PlayStation 4

The First Killer App For The PlayStation 4

Last night at the PS4 announcement, we saw a glimpse of the first great PS4 game. View this image › THIS is that game. View this image › Via i.imgur.com Read more: http://buzzfeed.com/josephbernstein/the-first-killer-app-for-the-playstation-4

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What If Lara Croft Was A Dude?

What If Lara Croft Was A Dude?

1. What a taut behind you’ve got there, Mr. Croft. View this image › 2. And what a bulging crotch! Point it at that T-Rex. I bet it’ll intimidate him. View this image › 3. Oh, you’ve got two guns? They’re mighty big guns, Mr. Croft. View this image › 4. But you can holster […]

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Community Post: Microsoft Just Patented The Holodeck

Community Post: Microsoft Just Patented The Holodeck

View this image › faqs.org Of course, Microsoft can’t call it a “Holodeck”. Instead it’s been titled the “Immersive Display Experience”. The patent, which you can read in its entirety here, states: A data-holding subsystem holding instructions executable by a logic subsystem is provided. The instructions are configured to output a primary image to a […]

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The Fastest Way To Make A Video Go Viral

The Fastest Way To Make A Video Go Viral

Video available at: http://youtube.com/watch?v=tIwH7ptHCWc. Toronto ad agency john st., they of the wonderful “Catvertising” video and powerful War Children PSA, are back with their best stunt yet. The attention to detail is impressive, the seniors, the kids, the double mouse, etc. And this line: “Actually, Ian, you’ve got the CL-app on your unit, correct?” “One […]

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Tech’s Two Unstoppable Trends

Tech's Two Unstoppable Trends

View this image › Via washingtonpost.com The government can read your email. They can read your search history, your chat logs and your file transfers. “They quite literally can watch your ideas form as you type,” according to the whistleblower who leaked documents describing the NSA’s digital surveillance program to the Washington Post. The oft-imagined, […]

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