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Vudu 2.0 interface is now live

01/21/2011, The weekend will be upon us yet again as we draw nearer to a close of January 2011 – how fast time flies! This will also mark Vudu’s inaugural attempt to roll out its 2.0 interface across many devices following the PS3 and Boxee Box updates,...

Android contains code copied from Java?

01/21/2011, The legal battle between Oracle’s Java and Google’s Android has been going on for a while and now it seems that it might actually have a case. It has been discovered that at least 43 Android source files appear to have been directly copied from Java....

The Dog Dung Vacuum does the dirty work for you

01/21/2011, Tired of having to clean up after your dog every time you take it out for a walk? Wish there was an easier way or that your dog didn’t have to take its business with it everywhere it went? Well, you can’t stop your doing from doing what it...

Amazon acquires LOVEFiLM

01/20/2011, Amazon has announced today that they have reached finally acquired LOVEFiLM International Limited. In case you didn’t know, LOVEFiLM is pretty much the equivalent of Netflix in Europe – a subscription entertainment service that allows you to rent...

Singaporean schools to utilize iPads in the classroom

01/20/2011, A high school in Singapore has recently spent a buttload of cash ($103,430 to be approximate) for 150 iPads from Apple. Part of a pilot project to determine how useful iPads can be in the classroom, the iPads have been given out to children to take notes,...

Google TV sets its sights on education

01/19/2011, We all know that Google TV didn’t do too well in the consumer market when it was launched last year. The fact that it had trouble securing online content for its services made it even worse. It didn’t sell very well at all and not many people...

Kids nowadays learn tech skills before life skills

01/19/2011, According to a new study done by AVG, the internet security company – Kids are more likely to have learnt tech skills before they learn life skills. From the results of their study, they have discovered that more children can play a computer game than...

Researchers use LCD projectors for mind control?

01/18/2011, The smart folks over at the Georgia Institute of Technology have managed to use inexpensive components from ordinary liquid crystal display (LCD) projectors to control both the brains and muscles of tiny organisms such as worms. While previous research...

Read newspapers and magazines using Kindle for Android

01/18/2011, While publishers have been reported still trying to work out a deal to get their magazines sold on iOS, Amazon has taken advantage of this fact and has introduced the newspaper and magazine subscription model in their Android app. Kindle users can easily...

Woolly mammoth to be given a second chance at life

01/18/2011, Back in the year 2007, the frozen carcass of a one-month-old woolly mammoth calf was discovered in Russia. The mammoth was estimated to have been frozen for approximately 10,000 years. Though the mammoth has been long gone and dead, it appears that...

Sony Ericsson sues Clearwire over similar-looking logo

01/17/2011, In our weekly installment of ridiculous lawsuits (no it’s not a weekly thing but it sure seems like these things happen often enough) we have Sony Ericsson taking Clearwire to court. It appears that Sony Ericsson is concerned that Clearwire’s...

Amazon to set their own prices on their own Android app store

01/17/2011, Bad news if you’re thinking of selling your apps on their upcoming Android app store – you don’t get the final say on what your app costs. According to a report online, you’ll be able to submit your app to Amazon with a suggested sales...

Learn to read lips with ReadmyQuips

01/17/2011, Do you have trouble hearing what people say? Are you always in noisy areas like clubs or construction sites and forced to talk over loud noises? Well, the folks over at Sense Synergy have come up with a way to help. Called ReadmyQuips, this audio-visual...