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Games have to take into account the devices they're played on, and all of the implications of those devices, and their primary audiences -- case in point, Supercell. ...
Though consumers can make substantial savings by purchasing goods online, the modern shopping experience does have some drawbacks. Chief among those is making sure that someone is home to receive the package. Online tracking tools can help, but Irish start-up Parcelhome reckons that anywhere between 15 and 50 percent of deliveries fail on the first attempt, meaning that the customer has to
Zaha Hadid has completed a new facility for the University of Oxford – a centre for studying Middle Eastern culture, conceived by the architect as a reflective tunnel suspended in space (+ slideshow). (more…)
Vorsprung durch Tim Cook? No surprise to biz which claims fruity firm poached its staff Apple has admitted to eyeing up the automotive market, with chief operations man Jeff Williams describing cars as "the ultimate mobile device".…
f-stop gear, maker of rugged camera bags, has introduced three new models and a refreshed existing model to its Mountain Series. The Ajna, Sukha, Shinn and Tilopa offer increased durability and ripstop Nylon shells for weather-proofing. Read more
Late last year, Mini announced that there was to be a new John Cooper Works (JCW) model of its iconic car. That meant taking the Mini's typical bubblegum style, churning it through the JCW performance-machine and creating something altogether less wholesome. Gizmag took it for a spin... Continue Reading Fast and fun: John Cooper Works Mini is big where it matters Section: Automotive Tags
Last October, Adobe teased a new ‘dehaze’ feature — then called ‘defog’ — at its annual Adobe MAX conference. Today, Adobe gives us a new, more thorough look, at the seemingly magical feature that removes (and adds) haze/fog to images. The new feature is said to be ‘coming soon to Lightroom CC,’ according to Adobe. The Dehaze tool will be inside Lig
‘Like a Photograph’ is a strange and mysterious short film created by Tom Varisco. Here’s what the description says: “A casual snapshot of a woman reveals a dark truth about the photographer.”The whole thing is based on a single snapshot photograph that Varisco shot a number of years ago. Varisco found himself repeatedly revisiting the photograph and studying it. 
Chris Bourassa & Tyler Sigman of Red Hook Studios: "We wanted to capture the human response to stress. Any person can break under pressure, and people break in different ways." ... is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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