Life without music is not worth living at all, at here we are with more details concerning the Mi.Mu gloves that we talked about not too long ago. Sure, there are 16 days left to go with slightly more than 33% of the funds required been raised, which means that time is running out from turning this into reality. Basically, Imogen Heap, the company behind the Mi.Mu gloves for music is looking for supporters who have an interest in owning a pair of these puppies, but would just want to be part of the ‘queue’ so to speak by pledging £10 before Imogen Heap discovers how to manufacture these bad boys for a cheaper price point and in a more efficient manner, and that would take some time – maybe up to a couple of years from now.

Read full post →More On Imogen Heap’s Mi.Mu Glove For Music Gets Personalized CardsGoogle is still the undisputed champion when it comes to Internet search, but this does not mean that its competitors are pleased to just play second fiddle without doing anything to improve their lot. Yahoo, for instance, intends to end up as the default search engine on iOS, while here we are with Microsoft sprucing up so that your search experience there is more personalized. Personalization seems to be a big thing, as folks want their homepage, social network page, gamer account, etc, to be truly unique and one of a kind. It seems that Microsoft is heading in the right direction then.

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MIT Looks At Floating Nuclear Plants I am quite sure that the 2011 earthquake and tsunami double whammy that struck Japan still remains fresh in the minds of many, especially when the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant was at the heart of the disaster, resulting in contamination that has yet to fully run its course. The after effects of the disasters, including the lack of cooling for the reactor cores in particular, is a major contributor to the environment’s groaning all around. Is there a safer way to house a nuclear plant? MIT professors Jacopo Buongiorno, Michael Golay, and Neil Todreas, working alongside others from MIT, the University of Wisconsin, and Chicago Bridge and Iron, a major nuclear plant and offshore platform construction company, are exploring the possibility of designing a nuclear plant that is built on floating platforms.

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AT&T’s LG G Flex Tipped For Android 4.4.2 KitKat Update TomorrowAT&T’s support website did mention in passing that the mobile carrier will be rolling out the Android 4.4.2 KitKat update for the LG G Flex from this coming Thursday onward – which is tomorrow, by the way. We have caught hold of the LG G Flex before at the end of last year, before getting a unit ourselves for a prim and proper review. The LG G Flex is different from other smartphones as it comes with a curved display and a self-healing back, allowing it to “endure” minor nicks that would “heal”, without leaving a scar on lesser handsets. It seems that the upcoming update will be done Over The AIR (OTA), where it weighs a rather massive 686MB – so getting it hooked to a Wi-Fi network might be a good idea.

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Volvo Gets AT&T To Provide HSPA+ In Car ConnectivityWhen one talks about Volvo, great vehicle design is not the first thing that pops into one’s mind, as most of the time, as safety seems to be the major keyword instead. This iconic Swedish automaker has had its fair share of safety features introduced in the past, with the most recent one being an inflatable child seat concept that will hopefully see action in production vehicles soon. This time around, Volvo looks to enhance the in-car experience by signing a multi-year agreement with AT&T for the mobile carrier to deliver in-car connectivity services.

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Sony Has Difficulty Meeting Demand For The PS4Earlier today, we did talk about how well the Sony PS4 is doing at the moment worldwide, where the consumer electronics giant has reported that the total sales figure for the Sony PS4 has passed the 7 million mark – and still counting, of course. After all, who are we to argue with a console that actually sold a million units in a matter of 24 hours? Having said that, this is a silver lining in the dark cloud that Sony is in, as the company continues to see its bottom line hit by the decline in TV and camera demands. While sales of the Sony PS4 has been robust to cross the 7 million mark, it does seem as though the company is having trouble meeting the continued strong demand for the next generation video game console.

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Heartbleed Attack Results In Stolen Taxpayer DataWe have heard about the Heartbleed bug in recent times, as well as denials by at least one entity (the NSA, no less) concerning knowledge about the existence of such a vulnerability without informing the masses. Well, it seems that there has been a Heartbleed attack that has resulted in a loss of taxpayer data from Canada’s tax agency website. Apparently, a 19-year old Canadian man is the culprit who has been charged by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police .

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Back in 2013, Blizzard announced Hearthstone which was basically Blizzard’s take on a collectible card game, except in digital form, and to top things off, the game is free-to-play, so if gamers wanted to buy additional cards or booster packs, they’d have to fork out real-life money instead.

Now the good news is that Blizzard has officially launched the game for the iPad, following its soft launch earlier this month.  The app itself weighs around 500MB in size so you might want to be connected to the WiFi if you want to download it. The app itself is free, like we mentioned, but in-app purchases can range anywhere between $1.99 up to $49.99.
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Wolfenstein: The New Order Pre Order Bonuses Includes TF2 Items And DOOM Beta AccessIf there’s one thing that Team Fortress 2 is known for, it would be its hats which gamers can purchase using real money. They’re merely cosmetic items and don’t add to the player’s stats or bonuses, but if you’re the type that cares about aesthetics, then it’s definitely worth taking a look at.

Now the good news is that if you were interested in getting your hands on the upcoming Wolfenstein: The New Order game, you might be pleased to learn that Valve has sweetened the deal by announcing some pre-order bonuses if you were to pre-order the game via Steam. Gamers who pre-order the game can be expected to receive two items: Die Regime-Panzerung and Der Maschinensoldaten-Helm.
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Sometimes fans of games do a pretty good job at recreating the game, whether it be in another medium, creating a cosplay costume, filming a fanmade movie, and etc. For those who are fans of either (or possibly both) Grand Theft Auto V and Metal Gear Solid V, you might be interested to learn that a group of Japanese gamers have come together and re-created the entire Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain’s 10 minute trailer using Grand Theft Auto V.
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