As if George Lucas wasn’t already milking his money-printing franchise for all it’s worth, comes this GPS gem out of Japan. To the (presumed) delight of fanboys everywhere, navigation maker Dinos has inked a licensing deal with Lucasfilm that conjures up an all-out, Star Wars-themed car nav system. From
When you think of retailers that are on the bleeding edge of technology, Ikea isn’t usually the one that comes to mind. But then again, it did launch its first ever consumer electronics device earlier this year – an Internet-connected TV that comes with a truly-Ikea style stand to hold it.
On Wednesday, I reported that GoDaddy acquired cloud-based financial management application company Outright, with all 24 employees joining GoDaddy. Now, web and mobile app developer LessEverthing tells me they turned down an offer from GoDaddy in 2009.
It’s already possible to force Android 4.1 onto your Nexus S without much trouble, but for those of you that prefer life on easy street, then kick up those heels: many carriers have now made Jelly Bean available for OTA installation. The good news comes from Google itself, which has listed T-Mobile,
Namco’s highly popular “Tales” RPG series is going full steam ahead with its newest North American title Tales of Xillia. The game, which has already been released in Japan, will be exclusive to the PS3, incorporates a brand new battle system and what Sony describes as “a more
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It’s been a long time in coming. After first filing to go public in late 2010, Kayak finally came to market today debuting as a public company on NASDAQ, trading under "KYAK." The travel bookings company has hit its fair share of bumps along the way, thanks to unsteady market conditions, erratic earnings,
If you have broadband Internet access in the US – which you probably do – then you are paying more for less. That is, if you compare the service to other regions around the world. According to a new study from the New America Foundation, cities in Japan, South Korea, France, and more all
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Nokia gave us a hint of Nokia Drive 3.0′s commuter-friendly additions all the way back at Mobile World Congress in February. It’s been quite the wait, but the update is at last lurking in the Windows Phone Marketplace. Although developed at the same time as Google Now, the Drive update will feel like