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Like a starving vampire, dying slowly and looking for fresh blood to revive its decaying carcass; Yahoo is sinking its teeth into Tumblr, the popu-trendy blogging platform, which boasts 100 million users and 90 million posts per day. The companies are sealing the evil deed with a reported 1.1 billion dollar deal.
Google has decided to take on music streaming giants Spotify and Pandora by launching its own platform, Google Play Music: All Access. The service is available for a monthly fee of $9.99 along with a free 30-day trial. Users who sign up before the end of June will get a discounted rate of $7.99.
Google Glass, Google’s head mounted computer system, is still at least a year away from retail launch. Even so, Las Vegas casino Caesars Palace has felt it necessary to point out that you won’t be able to wear them while gambling though.
Have you been happy with Google Maps? Does it offer everything you want? If your answer is no, you might like this news. Rumors have it that Google Maps may be receiving a significant update to its user interface.
Today AT&T announced that they will be carrying the 32GB Galaxy S4. Starting on May 10th, the 32GB version will be available for $249 on contract.
Some may call me a Google fanboy . As I type this on a MacBook Air though, I have to deny that claim. The one thing I am a fanboy of however is Google Fiber. Unless you've been under a rock for the past year, I'm sure you have heard of the awesome, 1 gigabit per second Internet service that smashes anything that Time Warner or Cox has at this time.
Because we needed another reason to hate people who share too much. Since the release of Twitter’s Vine video sharing app for iOS, the social web has been flooded with six-second clips of cats doing nothing and shaky vignettes of what your breakfast looks like from 12 different angles. Dubbed “The Instagram of Video”; Vine fills in the GIF gap between still photos and your thirty-minute long videos of really bad footage from the last Taylor Swift concert you went to.
Technology company Tactus recently developed a new feature for tablets, cellphones, and televisions when typing, a tactile layer will appear to make it seem like you are actually using a keyboard with bumpy buttons. Being nicknamed as the "world's first lumpy tablet," it was shown to audiences at the Consumer Electronics show 2013.
This is a collectible Batman figure that doubles as a USB drive. Guys, this is a Batman that can hold all your Batman movies. If that's not something you want, I'm frankly a little surprised that you're on this website. If however, that is something you absolutely must have (did I mention it's a limited edition?), you're in luck, because Mimobot was kind enough to provide us with one at CES! Read on for info on how you can own your very own Batman flash drive.