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Minecraft Player Creates Working iPhone 6 Inside Game

23 hours agoTechnology : Walyou

This is one iPhone 6 you won’t be able to bend as hard as you might want, because it’s made …

Egg-o-matic Egg Mold Makes Hard-Boiled Skulls

23 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : technabob

The second I saw this weird egg mold, I was reminded of that scene in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom where they eat brains right out of monkey skulls. This egg mold makes your…

Why Copyblogger Is Killing Its Facebook Page

23 hours agoInternet / Blogging : Copyblogger

Have you ever stared at something, knowing you’re doing everything right, but it still won’t … freaking … work? That’s how Copyblogger has felt about its Facebook page for quite some time. As of today, the page has 38,000 “fans,” but Copyblogger’s presence on Facebook has not been beneficial for the brand or its audience. [ Continue Reading... Show More Summary

What's New in Android 5.0 Lollipop

By Ankur Kotwal, Developer Advocate Android 5.0 Lollipop is the biggest update of Android to date, introducing an all new visual style, improved performance, and much more. Android 5.0 Lollipop also extends across screens big and small,...Show More Summary

Android: Be together. Not the same.

Good things happen when everybody’s invited. A few years ago, we had the thought that phones (and stuff that hadn’t even been invented yet like tablets and smart watches) would be way more interesting if everyone could build new things together. Show More Summary

Mother Takes A Holiday: Selling Women's Liberation With Technology

23 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The 30-minute 1952 film Mother Takes a Holiday was produced by the Whirlpool Corporation to sell washers and dryers. Whether it achieved this goal or not I really don't know, but it's a fascinating artifact of post-war techno-utopian thinking, slathered with a healthy dose of sexism. Read more...

It’s official: Sex started in Scotland, says science

A palaeontologist has discovered when and where reproduction by copulation and internal fertilisation (also known as S-E-X) first took place. Professor John Long from Flinders University in South Australia dates heterosexual, penetrative sex to 385 million years ago in the place that later became Scotland (and OK, fine, to Estonia and China, too. Show More Summary

The Future Is Here: Hoverboard Kickstarter Offers Dream Toy For $10,000

Hoverboards are right up there with flying cars, talking computers and tractor beams when it comes to indications that “we live in the future,” and now, one California start-up promises that it can make you a Marty McFly of sorts. And all it will cost you is 10 grand. Show More Summary

Admire someone? Write them an email, you might be surprised.

Last week I attended the Digital PM Summit in Austin (Basecamp was a proud sponsor of the event!). There were a lot of great speakers, but the one I really wanted to see was Mike Monteiro. I’ve admired Mike’s work from afar for manyShow More Summary

Someone Has Made a Working iPhone Inside of 'Minecraft'

It never fails to blow my mind just how incredibly deep the game of Minecraft is. What on the surface seems like an adventure that's all about exploring, crafting, block-building and survival has evolved into something that's sophisticated enough people can build working computers inside the game itself. The world of iPhone games hasn't been

Halloween Costumes Go Creepy-Cool Using A Free Mobile App [Video]

Forget the old school fake blood and plastic vampire teeth, you can go extra creepy this year because Halloween costumes have gone high tech. All it takes is a smartphone and a free app developed by Mark Rober. According to Tech Times,...Show More Summary

There's a New 'Street Fighter' Match-3 Game Heading to iOS and Android in Japan

One of my all-time favorites is Capcom's Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo, or simply just Puzzle Fighter, which blends together the Street Fighter fighting game series with matching gameplay to great effect. We haven't heard much from that series in recent years, but according to the source for all things Street Fighter Shoryuken (via Just

With EMC, Lumenate is taking the 4 Ps approach to protecting its data | #CubeConversations

In the marketing world, the “four Ps” stand for price, product, promotion, and place. Lumenate Technologies LP has adapted the age-old formula for an entirely different item on the corporate agenda: data protection. Jamie Shepard, who heads backup and recovery … Continue reading ?

Man Finishes Super Mario 64, GoldenEye 007 & Zelda: OoT in Less Than 1 Hour

So you’ve finished some of your favorite game more times than you can count. You know all the shortcuts and can even finish them in one sitting. What’s your next challenge? If you’re YouTuber KarlJobst, you…

How Important is UX to Your Product’s Growth?

Today’s guest post comes from Sean Ellis, CEO and co-founder of Qualaroo and founder of GrowthHackers.com. Enjoy! UserTesting’s own Hannah Alvarez recently posed a question over at GrowthHackers.com regarding the importance of UX within the larger framework of growth hacking, … Read More

Microsoft Tries To Take On Snapchat With Its 'Skype Qik' Messaging App

Microsoft has released its own ephemeral messaging app, "Skype Qik," in an attempt to prove there still is some innovation left in the increasingly crowded messaging space. Skype Qik marks Microsoft's first Skype app since, well, the original Skype app. Show More Summary

'Boulder Dash 30th Anniversary' Now Available

In January of this year, Tapstar Interactive and First Star Software announced a brand new game in the classic Boulder Dash series to mark the 30th anniversary of the original game's release. Originally planned for an "early 2014" release, the new game took a bit longer than anticipated, but as of today Boulder Dash 30th

Retrotechtacular: Core Competencies

As the dashing officer shown above will tell you, early data processing machines and ADP systems employed two types of magnetic cores for memory and other purposes. This 1961 U.S. Army training film is an introduction to the properties of ferrite cores, which are commonly made from nickel alloy and other magnetic materials. Show More Summary

Here's Everything We Know About Magic Leap, The Crazy-Sounding Startup Google Might Invest Hundreds Of Millions In

Google and other major investors like Andreessen Horowitz could be on the brink of making a major $500 million investment in a "cinematic reality" startup called Magic Leap, sources tell Re/code's Liz Gannes and Peter Kafka.  Magic Leap...Show More Summary

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