Greg Mombert

Greg Mombert

Greg oversees homepage promotional imagery, long form content layouts and graphics, product photography, and the product review database. He also directs overall production and keeps the site polished and gleaming and tight as a drum. Greg joined DT directly after graduating from the University of Oregon with a bachelor's degree in Digital Art.

DT Daily: Yahoo staff cuts, Instagram for Android, Paramount and Google sign deal, Minecraft creator’s new game

Related articles: Paramount, Google Link Up for Movie Rentals Yahoo! lives up to its name: It laid off 2,000 of its 14,000 employees today, with more to come Android, meet Instagram: The photo app you’ve been waiting for Minecraft maker reveals new…

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DT Daily: iPhone dominates, flying car takes off, PS4 release plans revealed, BlackBerry expands

Related links: iPhone news: Rich people love it, outsells all other phones combined PlayStation 4 may hit market ahead of Xbox 720, but it won’t matter in the long run Flying car set to land at New York Auto Show, complete with hefty price tag RIM Launches…

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DT Daily: Hackers steal credit cards, Kutcher to play Jobs, ‘heatgate’ cools, IBM to help solve the Big Bang

Related articles: Up to 1.5M credit card numbers stolen from Global Payments Ashton Kutcher tipped to play Steve Jobs in upcoming biopic New Apple iPad tops our tablet Ratings Galaxy Nexus news: Samsung offering free extended battery, coming to Sprint April…

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DT Daily: Einstein is right yet again, Google retail stores, BlackBerry sings the blues

Related links: Report: Google planning its own online store to sell its expected tablet Scam to swindle music royalty payments from iTunes and Amazon exposed in UK ‘Speed of light’ scientist resigns over mistake BlackBerry maker RIM reports loss…

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DT Daily: Google lets a blind man drive, PS4 details surface, Jeff Bezos raises Apollo 11

Related links: House Shoots Down Legislation That Would Have Stopped Employers From Demanding Your Facebook Password Best Buy to close 50 big box US retail stores, open 100 Mobile stand-alone outlets in 2013 Google’s self-driving car takes blind man to Taco…

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DT Daily: Lulzec returns, mobile gamers hit 100 million, Galaxy Note sales exceed 5 million, and solar panels go 3D

Related links: Newzoo’s latest Trend Report about developments on the mobile games market LulzSec Reborn Claims Military Dating Site Hack Microsoft Unveils New Plan to Speed Up the Web Galaxy notes, global sales reached 5,000,000 3D solar panels can…

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DT Daily: New iPad heat issues bogus, self-healing plastic, Harry Potter goes ePub, kid creates Minecraft calculator, Xbox evolves

Related links: Not So Hot: New iPad Heat Levels Comparable to Android Tablets Xbox now used more for online entertainment than online gaming Pottermore When hurt, self-healing plastics turn red 16-year-old Makes Working Scientific Calculator in Minecraft

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DT Daily: The Hunger Games sets records, Microsoft fights cybercrime, James Cameron goes deep

Related links: Weekend Report: ‘The Hunger Games’ Devours $155 Million Microsoft strikes at Zeus botnets James Cameron’s epic Mariana Trench dive to be the subject of 3D documentary GM recalls more than 6,000 vans, SUVs over steering

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DT Daily: AT&T accused of defrauding gov’t, Google awarded next-gen ad patent, Mad Men goes 8-bit

Related articles: AT&T collected millions from taxpayers in fraudulent charges, US says Google patent suggests using background noise to generate mobile ads An 8-bit, Choose Your Own Adventure Mad Men game appears on YouTube Facebook data reveals users’…

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DT Daily: iPhone 5 screen size, Angry Birds Space, Bird Man hoax, Photoshop CS6 beta, sex vs. Internet

Related links: Report: Apple’s next iPhone will incorporate enormous 4.6-inch display Angry Birds Space Man flies like a bird with help of Wii controllers and Android phone (Yeah, right) Adobe releases Photoshop CS6 beta as free download 21% of Americans say…

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DT Daily: Employers ask for Facebook logins, violence warnings on video games, a camera that sees around corners

Related links: Employers are beginning to ask job applicants for their Facebook logins US bill wants cigarette-style warning labels on violent games Einstein Archives Online Unique camera can ‘see’ around corners using lasers Internet accounts for 4.7% of…

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DT Daily: Windows 8 in October, Mercedes debuts SL65 AMG, Navy opens ‘Hunger Games’ robot arena

Related videos: Microsoft targeting October 2012 for Windows 8 launch Mercedes-Benz reveals its latest V12 monster, the SL65 AMG Navy opens ‘Hunger Games’ arena for military robots Biplane to Break the Sound Barrier: Cheaper, Quieter and…

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DT Daily: Apple announces dividend, FAA reconsiders gadget ban, Megaupload exec’s lucky break

Related articles: Apple to reveal plans for its $98 billion in cash [update: dividend, share buy-back] Apple announces its first dividend and share buy back program since 1995 The F.A.A. wants to overturn its gadget ban, it just needs a viable plan Police made…

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DT Daily: iPad finally arrives, no Xbox at E3, and cell phone use during pregnancy linked to ADHD

Related links: Where’s Steve Wozniak? He’s doing his regular waiting-in-line thing The NSA Is Building the Country’s Biggest Spy Center Microsoft: No New Xbox At E3 Cellphone use in pregnancy linked to ADHD Watch out, Square: PayPal debuts PayPal…

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DT Daily: ISPs crack down on piracy, MacBook Pro and Air to merge, Google revamps search

Related links: Major ISPs to turn into copyright police by July, says RIAA MacBook Air Pro: Apple to combine notebook lineup, says source Nokia’s design whizz confirms he’s busy creating a tablet Google Gives Search a Refresh Anonymous-OS is here, but you…

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