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Remaining UK Blockbuster Stores To Shut Down

12/12/2013, When it comes to Blockbuster Video in the US, it is more or less a goner – although there was still some hope left that the UK brand of Blockbuster might see some light at the end of a particularly long tunnel. I guess it was rather too optimistic...

Ex-Napster Executive Killed In Cycling Accident Involving Police Car

12/11/2013, A former executive of Napster, Milton Everett Olin Jr., met with a tragic accident on Sunday after he was hit by a police car while he was on his bicycle, ending his life at that very instant itself. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s department reported...

Mars One Intends To Launch Unmanned Mars Lander In 5 Years’ Time

12/11/2013, To send man to the moon? Pffft, that was one of the great achievement of mankind in the 20th century, but the 21st century – we’re looking farther and farther away. Enter Mars One, a privately-funded company that intends to send humans to colonize...

Circuit Scribe Lets You Draw Circuits

12/11/2013, There has been pretty interesting crowdfunding projects in the past, and here we are with another potential winner in the form of the Circuit Scribe. The Circuit Scribe resembles that of an average ballpoint pen, but it does a whole lot more than that as...

AmazonFresh Launched In San Francisco

12/11/2013, We reported last week that it was possible for AmazonFresh to be launched in San Francisco on Tuesday, December 10th. Granted that the expected launch date didn’t hit the bullseye, but today Amazon finally expanded its grocery delivery service to...

Nearly A Third Of Evernote’s Revenue Comes From Its Store

12/11/2013, For those unfamiliar, Evernote is basically an app and service for mobile devices and computers where one can store notes, receipts, and etc. and save it in the cloud and sync it across multiple devices. It’s pretty handy for those on the go who need to...

Mystery Google Barges On A ‘Hiatus’

12/10/2013, It was back in October when we first heard about Google being tied to a mystery barge that had been docked in San Francisco Bay. According to rumors, the barge was supposed to be a “floating marketing center” for Google Glass. Another theory...

Google Open Gallery Paves The Way For Online Exhibitions

12/10/2013, What is it exactly that defines art? Now this is a question which has no absolutes, and stands on plenty of relativistic theory. After all, one man’s meat is another man’s poison, and in this case, what might seem to be nonsensical to you could be...

LG Reveals Men Can’t Multitask Video

12/10/2013, I am quite sure that many of us have heard of this complaint before, that men are unable to multitask. The folks over at LG have come up with a new short film, calling it ’So Viral It’s Scary’, where they intend to see whether men are really unable...

AT&T Not Open To Sharing Government Requests With The Public

12/09/2013, With the recent bought of reports on how the US government is spying on its own citizens, safe to say there are many who might be paranoid and worried, especially given that a lot of services and technology used these days are hooked up to the one form of...