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March 2013 Archive


A Gift for GIF on Google+


Source: CNN

Google’s social networking platform, Google+, has devised a new way to allow users to upload an animated GIF as their profile image, rather than a still photo.
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Flipping Pages to the Next Original Magazine


Source: The Next Web

Flipboard, an iOS and Android magazine application, has hit 50 million readers and is now improved to allow readers to create their own magazines.
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The Future Ouya Set-Top Box


Source: Gizmag

Since its campaign on Kickstarter to develop an inexpensive, open-source, Android-based gaming device a year ago, Ouya now promises a whole new gaming ecosystem where its device will function as a core set-top box.
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Amazon Original TV Series: Zombieland


Source: TechCrunch

Based on and titled after the Columbia pictures film released in 2009, Amazon will make available its new comedy series, "Zombieland," for free to Amazon Instant Video and LOVEFiLM UK subscribers.
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The 9-year-old Game Creator


Source: Mashable

A nine-year-old girl raised $15,000 on Kickstarter to start her journey on creating her own role-playing video game.
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Rumor Has It: Amazon’s new 7-inch Kindle


Source: TechCrunch

Amazon is said to be reducing the price of its latest 7-inch Kindle Fire HD this year; it will be retailing at a low-price of $99.
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HP Lab’s Multi-dimensional 3-D display


Source: MIT Technology Review

HP Lab’s latest innovation is a modification of the conventional 3-D LED screen providing the viewer with more than one perspective when looking at the 3-D image.
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The New Bling: A sapphire phone screen


Source: CNN

Consumers can expect their future smartphone and tablet screens to be made out of sapphire, the second hardest material on the planet after diamond.
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#Facebook is In


Source: CNN

After conquering Instagram and Twitter, hashtags will soon spread to Facebook.
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The Galaxy S IV


Source: ShellyPalmer

Samsung will soon release its latest smartphone that promises to enhance lives by making it “richer, simpler and fuller.”
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