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Captain America: Super Soldier Review

Captain America: Super Soldier avoids the most obvious pitfalls of movie tie-ins, but lacks the polish that would have boosted it out of mediocrity.


16 alleged US Anonymous members arrested

Anonymous is dealt another blow as a handful of accused members are arrested in a nationwide raid.


Proust: A social network for self-reflection

Proust prompts you to dig deeper and bare your soul, in turn learning more about your closest family and friends. A refreshing take on social networking, or too pretentious for the Facebook generation?

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HP Veer 4G Review

The HP Veer reverses smartphone screen sprawl with a tiny 2.6-inch screen and compact body, but hacks off a number of important features to reach its impossibly small size.

  • Pros: Small size is welcomed in a market of huge phones…
  • Cons: Screen is too small for many users , Proprietary charge port…

Survey: Consumers love smartphones, but not mobile banking

A research study from Javelin finds consumers embracing smartphones in record numbers, but there's barely been any uptick in mobile banking.


Samsung boots Smart Cases, avoids more Apple litigation

Look familiar? It should: Apple introduced its Smart Cover for the iPad 2 four months ago.


Deepak Chopra unveils Leela, a game that teaches you to meditate

Spiritual leader Deepak Chopra has unveiled a new game called Leela with THQ. The game will use Kinect and Wii to try and teach gamers how to breathe properly and meditate through the seven chakras.


ITC arbiter rules Kodak did not infringe on Apple patents

Apple's claims that Kodak infringed on its digital camera patents have been rejected by an ITC arbiter.


Sears accidentally lists iPad 2 for $69 – cue hoard of unhappy customers

Sears has unleashed a torrent of customer complaints after a typo listed the iPad 2 at ridiculously reasonable prices.


Google+ iPhone app now available on iTunes

Rejoice, iPhone users: The Google+ app you've all been waiting for is now available from the iTunes App Store.


Survey: North American mobile networks at 80 pct capacity

A Credit Suisse survey of mobile carriers finds North American networks running at 80 percent capacity - far above the global average of 65 percent.


China’s Baidu inks deal with three major music labels

Sony, Warner, and Universal have all signed with China's Baidu to launch a new Chinese online music service they hope will combat widespread music piracy.


Assassin’s Creed Wii U game won’t be Revelations, Ubisoft CEO confirms

Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot confirms that the upcoming Assassin's Creed game for Wii U will not be a port of Assassin's Creed: Revelations, which hits stores later this year.


Google+ said to launch verified celebrity accounts

Like Twitter, Google+ will soon offer verified accounts for celebrities, according to a report from CNN.

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Robot band covers Marilyn Manson’s ‘The Beautiful People’

End Of Life is programmed to rock, but should a flatbed scanner really be the band's front man?

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