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Best camera stores in Houston

We select our choices for the five best camera stores in the Houston area.


Best events in Houston to photograph

We pick the five best photo-friendly events in Houston.


Best photo shoot locations in Houston

We roundup our favorite locations to shoot awesome photos in the Houston area.


Harman Unveils Quincy Jones Headphone Line by AKG

Harman's Quincy Jones premium headphone line features over-the-year, on-year, and earbud designs in black, white, and lime.

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Garmin Unveils nüLink 1695, nüvi 2200 and 2300 series GPS Units

Garmin's nüLink 1695 GPS features a 5-inch screen and loads of interactive services, while the 2200 and 2300 series aim at more budget-minded users.

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Quantcast: Android Now 25 Pct of Mobile Internet Traffic

Market research firm Quantcast has published its figures for OS shares of mobile Internet traffic in North America, and the news is good for Google’s Android ecosystem: according to Quantcast, Android devices accounted for 25 percent of North American…

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Duke Nukem Returning in 2011?

It's been thirteen years in the making, but Gearbox says Duke Nukem Forever is coming to the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC in 2011.


Google Proposes $8.5 Mln Buzz Lawsuit Settlement

Google has proposed paying $8.5 million to settle a lawsuit over privacy violations when it launched its Buzz social network.


Former HP CEO Mark Hurd Going to Oracle?

Reports have disgraced former HP CEO Mark Hurd in talks about a senior position at database giant Oracle.


Sony Walkman Back on Top in Japan

Like a Rocky film, the Sony Walkman came back from devastating odds and outsold the Apple iPod for the month of August.


Bioserie iPhone 4 Cases Made From Plants

These new iPhone 4 cases from Bioserie, come from plants of all things, and should be biodegradable.


Craigslist Drops Adult Listings Amid Legal Fears

Craigslist has removed it's adult service listings from the site after being a target of the U.S. state attorney general.


German Court Rules Against YouTube in Copyright Case

A German court ruled Friday that Google Inc.’s subsidiary YouTube LLC must pay compensation after users uploaded several videos of performances by singer Sarah Brightman in violation of copyright laws. The Hamburg state court said the standardized…


Could the Apple TV be a Hint of More Ambitious Plans to Come?

Analysts are speculating that the Apple TV could be Apple's response to Google TV if things go as planned.


Texas Attorney General to Investigate Google’s Search Rankings

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott has opened an investigation into how Google ranks websites in it's search results. This could give us a look into the mysterious algorithm Google uses.