Google announced lower prices for sites and apps that use more than 25,000 downloads of its Google Maps per day over a 90-day period.
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We fully expected Microsoft put minimal effort into Media Center on Windows 8, but we have to say we didn’t expect it to get like this. It was one thing when our favorite HTPC app didn’t get a single enhancement, but another when it didn’t receive a single bug fix. Now, in the latest Release Preview
As Sheldon Cooper might put it, the unending bouts of litigation in the consumer electronics world sometimes looks like an “un-unravelable” web of nonsense, but there are times when some sort of legitimate, concrete, “anyone can understand this” kind of progress is made in the
I love me some subscription commerce. Whether it be getting new underwear sent to me in the mail, or having someone pick out shirts for me, I love the idea of paying a flat fee and having shit just show up at my doorstep once a month. It’s even better if whatever’s being sent is kind of a surprise.
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With the 2011-2012 TV season behind us, networks are not only looking into ratings to gauge success, they’re also diving into social TV statistics. Which series reigned supreme with the social media-wielding viewers?
Fox generated the most comments on Facebook and Twitter from September to May for primetime
A lot has been written about the real estate turf war between San Francisco and Silicon Valley. Most point out that many of the developers these companies target live in the city. The nightlife, walkability, and culture are identified as reasons for the trend. But if the heart of Silicon Valley is losing
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Going camping just got a whole lot hotter. Meet the HeatStick, a heat delivery system that screws directly into a water bottle and uses an aluminum canister of propane/butane to heat up your water faster than you can start a bonfire.
That’s right; no more hunting for logs, keeping your matchbook dry
If, like ours, your ears are finely tuned to the sound of the delivery van’s engine, prepare for lots more collection slips. FedEx is working with gas-to-EV converters, Amp, to switch some of its wagons over to the electric side of the fence. At the moment, just two vehicles will be ditching the diesel,