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Mobile

Hands on: Flipboard 2.0 lets you create and share your own digital magazines

Flipboard 2.0 became available this week. It comes equipped with a new Magazines feature that allows you to curate content into digital magazines and share with friends and the public at large. Does it add any value to the already great…
Social Media

How is this North Korean airline running an incredibly active Facebook page?

Air Koryo is the state-owned and singular airline carrier in North Korea. So how is it running an incredibly active and surprisingly open and responsive Facebook page, given the country's totalitarian Internet policy?
Computing

Vizio refreshes its Thin + Light laptops and All-in-Ones with touch and Gigabit Wi-Fi

Vizio today announced pricing and availability for its updated line of Thin + Light laptops (now with full HD touchscreens) and its new All-in-One Touch PCs that we saw earlier this year at CES.
Home Theater

AMC really, really excited to announce its streaming movie service called YEAH!

Just in case you didn't know every last bit of useless information about your favorite movie, AMC has a new way to expand your knowledge base with Yeah!.
Cool Tech

Kinect-powered virtual therapists can fully decode a patient’s body language

Psychiatrists are trained to monitor their patient's verbal and physical responses, but they can't always keep their eyes on you while making notes. Enter SimSensei, a robot virtual therapist that uses the Microsoft Kinect.
Home

Walmart considers crowdsourcing strangers to deliver your online purchases

We've seen crowdsourcing work for funding of movies and art projects, but what about crowdsourcing corporate America? Walmart is apparently considering a move in that direction, asking customers to deliver online orders.
Gaming

BioWare discuses the risks of keeping Mass Effect 3’s development going long after launch

Mass Effect 3 rounds the series, but the game lived on past the initial launch. It’s not just DLC, but ongoing community support, multiplayer and mobile add-ons that kept the game fresh and alive a year after launch.
Android Army

Facebook is – finally – unveiling the Facebook Phone April 4

After years of rumors, Facebook is finally getting ready to unveil the mysterious Facebook Phone. The handset will likely be built by HTC and run Android - but we'll find out more April 4. Until then, we have a bit to mull whether we're…
Gaming

BlackBerry wants you to come out and play

With the new BlackBerry 10 having been recently released, BlackBerry is hoping to shake its image as a business only smartphone maker, and is trying to show that it is as gaming friendly as anyone.
Gaming

‘Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel’ review: A profound waste of talent, time, and money

The Army of Two series was born in a time when cooperative play wasn't a major priority in video game development. Years later, Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel, is a game without an identity of any kind, a gross exercise in the medium's…
Cars

The Fast and the Frugal in the Big Apple: Five top trends from the 2013 New York Auto Show

The 2013 New York Auto Show hosted everything from hybrids to track ready sports cars. Here's what you need to know in five bullet points.
Computing

Mozilla to bring console-quality 3D games to Firefox browser

The Firefox browser will be supercharged with a new feature that will give you the capability to play Web-based games comparable in quality to console games without the need for plugins.