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Computing

Twitter launches native app for Windows 8 and RT, comes with new features

Twitter said back in October it was working on a native app for Windows 8 and RT, then it all went a bit quiet. On Wednesday, however, it was at last brought before the masses, bringing with it some new features tailor-made for the…
Android Army

Apple marketing chief lambasts Android ahead of Galaxy S4 unveiling

Phil Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide marketing, doesn't often give interviews. The day before Samsung unveils its flagship Galaxy S4 handset, however, he decided to voice a few choice words about Android.
Gaming

‘Veronica Mars’ appears on Kickstarter in hopes of a second chance, then promptly decimates records

The cult TV show starring Kristen Bell, Veronica Mars, may have new life breathed into it thanks to Kickstarter project. And after reaching $1 million of its $2 million goal in just 4 hours, things are looking good.
Web

Google Reader set to die on July 1, and everyone’s freaking out

Google officially announced today that it will "power down" Google Reader, its RSS reader due to a decline in users. Needless to say, the relative few who do use Google Reader want to fight somebody right now.
Cars

Classic comeback? Could Jaguar Design Director’s one-off MKII recreation signal something bigger?

Jaguar Design Director Ian Callum has commissioned Classic Motor Cars, of Bridgnorth, England to build a one-off MKII. Could it lead to a new limited line of classic Jaguars?
Music

Twitter expected to launch music discovery app, Twitter Music

Twitter allegedly gets in the music discovery business with its rumored acquisition of We Are Hunted, in the hopes of developing their own music app, Twitter Music. Does Twitter have what it takes to go up against established players?
Cars

Return of The One: BMW says ‘yes’ to 1 Series M Coupe successor

The BMW 1 Series M Coupe had just the right combination of performance and simplicity to win over car enthusiasts. That's why BMW is bringing it back from the dead.
Home

Notorious Facebook hook up app invades SXSW to the chagrin of … SXSW

The ... ahem ... notable Facebook app Bang With Friends has made its way to Austin, but SXSW organizers were not impressed with team using the festival name without permission. That doesn't stop the site from continuing to hook people up.
Cars

New lightweight Audi A5 planned for 2016

Going lightweight and perhaps a lot greener, the 2016 A5 will feature two gasoline and two TDI diesel engines. If rumors are true, it could also feature Audi’s e-tron plug-in hybrid drivetrain.
Computing

Adobe says buh-bye to boxes for Creative Suite

Adobe doesn't want to deal with software boxes anymore than you do, which is why the company is discontinuing sales of the boxed versions of its Creative Suite programs as of May 1st.
Android Army

Intel releases ‘optimized’ Android 4.2 release, hinting it will dual-boot with Windows 8

While it's still a pre-alpha build, Intel has released a special Android build for Windows, suggesting that pretty soon there will be tablets that dual-boot Windows alongside an x86 edition of Android
Social Media

Facebook aims for Google with Entity Graph real-world mapping

Facebook Graph Search may have snagged all the headlines, but its new Entity Graph may be the algorithmic game-changer that turns the social network into a bonafide competitor to Google Search.