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June 30, 2014

A Year Without Cable, Week 10: A Look at Tablo

Those living cable-free may enjoy the ability to watch programming as they please, but live TV doesn’t have to go completely out the window. Over-the-air broadcasts are still an option, and in some cases, you can get a good bit of live content at no cost.

Is the experience as good as it is for someone who subscribes to cable? If you’re using a barebones TV-and-antenna setup, absolutely not. But I found a product looking to make free TV just as pretty as paid TV, while [...]

 
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June 30, 2014

Google Shows Off Project Ara Modular Smartphone at I/O

We’ve been following any detail of Project Ara, Google ATAP’s attempts at a modular smartphone, ever since we first heard about it last year. After the keynote speech wrapped at I/O last week, Google gave up a little bit more information about Ara and even attempted to boot it up on stage.

It was exciting to see the thing in real life. It was also a bit less exciting to see that Google couldn’t quite get it to boot:

The end of the [...]

 
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June 30, 2014

Microsoft Refocusing on Desktop with Windows 9

During the time I’ve spent with Windows 8, I’ve come to appreciate its quirks, and to understand what Microsoft was trying to do here. It’s an admirable attempt at blending keyboard and mouse-style user interfaces with the rise of touch-capable devices. But at the end of the day, the blend is unsuccessful, and using it usually feels like using two underdeveloped operating systems that have been mashed together. That’s why I’m happy about the recent reports claiming that Microsoft’s next [...]

 
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June 30, 2014

Did Facebook Manipulate Your Newsfeed? Does it Matter?

By now you’ve probably heard the news: Facebook has been messing with your mind.

Over the weekend, Facebook was in the headlines when it was discovered that the social network had performed a bit of a social experiment on its users. For a week in early 2012, Facebook’s algorithms manipulated the news feeds of roughly 700,000 users by showing them more positive or more negative posts, all in an effort to determine if that would have an effect on the positivity or negativity of [...]

 
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June 29, 2014

Steam’s ‘Summer Sale’ Ends Tomorrow, Encore Sale Happening Now

Wow — it feels like I’ve been writing about video games a lot lately, doesn’t it? I mentioned Steam’s Summer Sale the other day when talking about awesome digital deals, and this year’s sale has definitely lived up to that reputation. Unfortunately, it’s coming to a close tomorrow.

But that’s okay! If you’re just hearing about the Summer Sale for the first time, you still have the opportunity to get some of the best deals Steam has offered over the past ten days. The final [...]

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