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Newsweek: A year after abandoning print, presses to roll once again

With readership numbers and advertising revenue dwindling for most print magazines and newspapers, it's no wonder more and more are becoming online-only publications. Newsweek ended its print edition last year, or at least we thought it…

Glass: Google now inviting Explorers to swap out for new version

Google is moving steadily towards its goal of launching Glass commercially in 2014, with the company now offering an upgraded model to its Explorer testers. The improved design is faster and more durable, and ships with shades and a mono…

This iPhone case has a clever flash that’s 10x brighter than the one in your 5S

A new Kickstarter project aims to solve the problem of taking decent low-light photos using an iPhone. The Lightstrap is a case with a diffused ring light built in, which provides ten times the illumination of a standard iPhone 5S flash.

Madden predicts a big game in the Big Easy, with playoff implications all around

After finally getting back to .500 in its weekly picks, ‘Madden’ has a few interesting predictions when it comes to three of the biggest, and most important games of the week.

Apple and China Mobile have finally inked iPhone deal, WSJ reports

Apple appears to have finally struck a deal with China Mobile, the world's biggest wireless carrier with more than 700 million subscribers. It's thought the deal could bring the tech giant an extra 20 million iPhone activations in China in…
Android Army

Google searches on Android now include results from app content, and app listings

An update rolled out by Google for Android users will see searches pull up results not only from the Web but from apps installed on the device, too. Results in searches for specific kinds of apps will also show up with direct links to the…
DT Daily

DT Daily: Russia launches a smartphone, Drone hacking 101, Applebee’s orders tableside tablets 2:30

Russia launches the Ivan Drago of smartphones, a hacker promises hoards of zombie drones, and Applebee’s takes the first step towards automating your casual family dinner.

Man arrested for stealing 5 cents of electricity to charge Nissan Leaf

Definitely one of the strangest arrests involving an electric car, a Georgia man was arrested by local police for stealing a fairly insignificant amount of electricity from a nearby school.
Home Theater

Netflix announces a release date for ‘House of Cards’ season two

Excellent news for fans of the first season of Netflix's original political drama, the second season of Kevin Spacey's House of Cards will launch on Netflix Instant during February 2014.

Acer takes the wraps off a new 21.5-inch, sub-$800 AIO PC

Acer just revealed its new Aspire Z3-600, which sports a 21.5-inch display, an Intel CPU and much more. Perhaps best of all, it'll hardly drain your wallet, which we known you'll appreciate considering we're in the middle of the holiday…

Uber and Home Depot team up to deliver Christmas trees on demand

Potentially ideal for anyone that doesn't have time to swing by the tree lot this year, Uber will be delivering large Christmas trees this week, provided by Home Depot, to families in ten U.S. cities.
Home Theater

Plex could hit Chromecast soon, support for iOS7 added this week

Definitely good news for anyone that's interested in streaming stored media to the Chromecast, a recent update to the Plex Media Server software could indicate that Chromecast support is looming.