Thursday, 8 December 2011

VOTD: ?Angry Birds? Through the Eyes of Guy Ritchie

Fake Angry Birds movie trailers are nothing new. We even posted a good one, done in the style of Michael Bay, a few months back [1]. But as Hollywood struggles [2] to get an official version off the ground, the gang over at Machinima and The Quarter Bin, such as director Nick Murphy, have come up with surprisingly simple, I-can't-believe-I-didn't-think-of-that way to take the Angry Birds concept and port it to the mainstream. And if it happens to be a total plagiarism of the works of Guy Ritchie? Well, at least they picked someone whose style is fun to watch. The unofficial movie trailer for Angry Birds is after the jump.

Thanks to Machinima [3] for the video.



And here's the description from the YouTube page [4]:
Jason and Tommy are tasked with delivering the Queen Mum's famed Faberg� egg collection to a museum in Philadelphia. Only when they get to America, they find the eggs are gone. A team of highly-trained femme fatale art thieves have stolen the case the eggs were transported in, only to discover another team of swine-masked bandits has made off with the actual prize.

These so-called "American birds" aren't just going to sit back, and let someone else get all the glory and gold. They're smart. They're sexy. And now, these birds are angry.

From the creators of God of War (Indie Movie), The Legend of Zelda (1987), and Inglourious Plummers comes the next epic of blockbuster proportions: Angry Birds.

Check out our behind the scenes pics and feature right over here: http://thequarterbin.com/2011/12/05/angry-birds-behind-the-scenes/ [5]
Pretty fun, no? I think the Angry Birds movie we eventually end up seeing will use the actual birds from the game, probably in some kind of animated fashion, but it would be great if someone took the idea and gave it this kind of Fox Force Five approach instead. Do you agree?

[1] http://www.slashfilm.com/lol-michael-bay-directs-angry-birds-live-action-movie/
[2] http://www.slashfilm.com/angry-birds/
[3] http://www.youtube.com/user/machinima
[4] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENE-YWCUyZk&feature=youtu.be
[5] http://thequarterbin.com/2011/12/05/angry-birds-behind-the-scenes/

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Daimler testing wireless charging on a Mercedes Benz in a house from the future

Daimler (owners of Mercedes-Benz and Smart) is teaming up with Conductix-Wampfler and Röchling Automotive KG to produce wireless charging coils to form the centerpiece of 2012's Effizienzhaus-Plus. It's a government-backed project to build and test a dwelling that generates more energy than it uses -- the excess will then charge the supplied B-Class E-Cell 'Benz EV without the need of cabling. Simply park the car over a coil in the garage floor and the electromagnetic field will juice your environmentally friendly whip for free. The company hopes the project will iron out the logistical and financial issues preventing it from bringing the tech to the Autobahns of the world. One thing the project can't do, however, is soothe the troubled brow of the fossil-fuel lobby -- the press release we've got below dryly notes that "clearly, BP will not be happy about this."

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Kobo Vox review

Kobo has long been happy to position itself as the underdog in the e-reader race, a spin that's based on more than a few grains of truth. After all, what else should this small Canadian company call itself after years of going head to head with giants like Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Sony? In spite of its perceived disadvantages, though, it's remained competitive with products like the eReader Touch Edition, a device that matched the Nook and Kindle feature-for-feature.

Now, the company is attempting to pull off a similar feat with the Vox, its first entry in the tablet space -- and a clear shot across the bow at a couple low-cost slates from Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Can the e-reader David pull off an upset against a couple of Goliaths this go 'round, or have the company's limited resources finally gotten the better of it? Watch the battle unfold before your eyes, after the break.

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Facebook for Android update going live today, promises UI tweaks and faster photos (update: live!)

We already knew a much-needed update to Facebook's Android app was close at hand, but we finally have the confirmation from the horse's mouth that the upcoming refresh will go live at some point today. The new version of the app will offer photos and albums at double the speed, a new menu on the left-hand side, and the ability for messages to "float" above the rest of the screen rather than exiting the page you're currently viewing. And while the social networking app technically works on devices running Ice Cream Sandwich, plenty of concerns have arisen regarding its lack of integration with the new OS; fortunately, it shows the update as it would look on a Samsung Galaxy Nexus -- we're crossing our fingers that this is some type of hint that we'll see contact syncing for Android 4.0 included as part of the download, but it's all wishful thinking. We'll keep you posted if it actually happens.

Update: As of 9:30PM ET or so the updated version is live on the Android Market. The description is still lagging as of this writing, but feel free to snatch the new version on the mobile device of your choice and let us know how it's working. Unfortunately contact sync in ICS is still a no-go, but at least the settings are actually accessible now. If you're having trouble (blank screen when launching the app, etc.) we're hearing clearing the cache may resolve any issues.

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Brad Pitt, Rooney Mara, Ryan Gosling, and More Channel the Dark Side for the New York Times Magazine [Gallery]

[1]

As we head toward the end of the year, it's clear that 2011 has yielded some damn great performances from both established stars (Gary Oldman, Glenn Close) and rising talents (Jessica Chastain, Mia Wasikowska). So naturally, the best way to celebrate their accomplishments is by inviting each of them to play characters wholly unlike the ones they've recently received acclaim for.

In a video gallery from The New York Times Magazine titled "Touch of Evil," thirteen of this year's most notable stars tackle thirteen villainous types, from "The Menacing Dummy" (Oldman) to "The Sociopath" (Rooney Mara channeling A Clockwork Orange's�Alex DeLarge) and everything in between. Hit the jump for a photo gallery from the feature.

We've included a selection of stills from the NYT Magazine feature below. Some of the stars played archetypal bad-guy figures, while others did a take on a specific character. It's well worth heading over to the site [2] to watch the actual shorts, which run about one minute each and are fantastically fun to watch -- though I must take issue with the choice of casting the very handsome Ryan Gosling as an invisible man.

[gallery columns="2"]

Actors and evil types featured are:

Brad Pitt as the Madman
Rooney Mara as the Sociopath
Gary Oldman as the Menacing Dummy
Mia Wasikowska as the Home Wrecker
Ryan Gosling as the Invisible Man
George Clooney as the Tyrant
Viola Davis as the Vengeful Caretaker
Kirsten Dunst as the Siren
Michael Shannon as the Tycoon
Jessica Chastain as the Fire Starter
Jean Dujardin as the Hothead
Adepero Oduye as the Outlaw
Glenn Close as the Vamp

You can see more photographs, with comments from the actors ("I picked Captain Bligh because I liked his hat," quips Clooney) here [3], read the behind-the-scenes write-up here [4], or check out the virtual inspiration board here [5].

[1] http://www.slashfilm.com/wp/wp-content/images/George-Clooney-as-the-Tyrant.jpg
[2] http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/12/06/magazine/13villains.html?ref=magazine
[3] http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2011/12/11/magazine/hollywood-issue-portfolio-1.html
[4] http://6thfloor.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/12/06/the-hollywood-issue-behind-the-scenes/
[5] http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/12/11/magazine/villain-references.html

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B.DOLAN - KATE

Dolan began slamming as a Slam Poet at New York City's Nuyorican Poets Cafe, where he gained respect as part of HBO's Def Poetry in 2002. He also used his skills to capture the Providence Poetry Slam title in both 2002 and 2003, and served as a member and coach to several national Slam teams before breaking with poetry slam in late 2003. 2003 also saw the first release of "The Failure," [at the time] a two-disc, homegrown demo full of Dolan's earliest work. After this self-release, Dolan disappeared from poetry slam to pursue more overtly musical projects, as well as his own contribution to the struggle against social injustice In 2003, he made a youth art-outreach program called "The Open Mics Project", and began counseling youth through rap and poetry in a variety of extremely diverse settings. In the midst of inventing the aesthetic seen in his most recent work, Dolan co-created and co-founded the Knowmore.org website with former slam teammate and friend Sage Francis.[10] Dolan joined Francis on The Knowmore.org Tour in support of the project, which is when Francis expressed interest in releasing a revised version of "The Failure" on Strange Famous Records Faced with the original demo's worldwide release, Dolan undertook the task of completely reworking the 2 year old "Failure." 2008 brought about the official re-release of "The Failure", which was trimmed down by a disc, and praised by all the critics. Only the story remains same; the listener is in a fallout shelter, listening to the recordings of the last man on earth. Since signing to SFR, Dolan has appeared on Sage Francis' Death Dance Tour and Buck 65's International Situation Tour. 2008 saw the release of the "Live Evel" vinyl EP, the May release of "The Failure" (feat Sage Francis, Alias, Sole, and more,) and an appearance on Prolyphic & Reanimator's debut album "The Ugly Truth" (May, SFR.) Dolan has toured very extensively in the US, as part of Sage Francis' Death Dance and Knowmore.org Tours, as well as Buck 65's International Situation Tour, captivating audiences from coast to coast and announcing himself as a formidable new presence in the worlds of lyricism, performance art, and political action. on March 2, 2010 he Released:Fallen House, Sunken City

 

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Computer delivery man just throwing boxes around

Submitted by studentrevolt, this video depicts computer delivery al fresco in Beijing. Video Link [youtube.com]

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Wednesday, 7 December 2011

Can't wait til 9.16.09!!!

CAN'T WAIT for the next season to start! "Black on Black Crime!" as Rampage puts it.

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Casting Bits: William Hurt in ?The Host;? Abbie Cornish in ?Seven Psychopaths;? Felicity Jones in ?The Invisible Woman?

William Hurt is the latest addition to The Host, the adaptation of Twilight author Stephenie Meyer's sci-fi romance that will be directed by [1] Andrew Niccol (In Time, Gattaca). The actor is in talks to play Jeb, "eccentric uncle" to Saoirse Ronan's character Melanie. Ronan's character has her mind taken over by an alien intelligence called Wanderer as part of an invasion. But Melanie fights off Wanderer's dominance, and the girl's love for a boy named Jared (Max Irons) ends up infecting the alien.

Jake Abel will play [2] another character named Ian, who has his own feelings for Wanderer. In addition to being Melanie's uncle, Jeb is a leader of the human resistance to the alien effort. The Host will be released [3] on March 29, 2013. [EW [4]]

After the break,Abbie Cornish joins the new film from In Bruges director Martin McDonagh, and Felicity Jones will play a lover of Charles Dickens, for director Ralph Fiennes.

One of the last times we talked about Seven Psychopaths, the new film from In Bruges director Martin McDonagh and actor Colin Farrell, it was because Mickey Rourke had shot his mouth off [5] about McDonagh as he explained that he wouldn't do the movie after all. (Seven Psychopaths features [6], in addition to Farrell, Christopher Walken, Tom Waits, Sam Rockwell, Woody Harrelson and Olga Kurylenko are in the film. It'll probably do OK without Rourke.)

Now the New York Daily News [7] says that Abbie Cornish (Bright Star, Sucker Punch, Limitless, W.E.) has a part in the film, as Kaya, the girlfriend of Farrell's character. Seven Psychopaths is shooting now, so we can hope it'll start to make some festival rounds before too long in 2012 -- maybe Cannes? Here's the plot:
From Oscar-winning writer and director Martin McDonagh comes a star-studded, blood-drenched, black comedy. Marty (Colin Farrell) is a struggling writer who dreams of finishing his screenplay Seven Psychopaths. All he needs is a little focus and inspiration. Billy (Sam Rockwell) is Marty?s best friend, an unemployed actor and part time dog thief, who wants to help Marty by any means necessary. Hans (Christopher Walken) is Billy?s partner in crime. A religious man with a violent past. Charlie is the psychopathetic gangster whose beloved dog, Billy and Hans have just stolen. Charlie?s unpredictable, extremely violent and wouldn?t think twice about killing anyone or anything associated with the theft. Marty is going to get all the focus and inspiration he needs, just as long as he lives to tell the tale.
Finally, Felicity Jones (Like Crazy, the upcoming [8] Warren Beatty Howard Hughes film, if it ever happens) has been cast as Nelly Ternan in a film called The Invisible Woman that Ralph Fiennes will direct as his second feature. The film is based on Claire Tomalin's book, and it follows Ternan, who was an actress and, at 18, a mistress of Charles Dickens, who was 45 at the time. Their affair lasted more than a decade, so Jones will get to play the character across a good span of time.

There is no casting for Dickens at this point -- Fiennes was possibly going to play the role himself, but now will evidently find another actor -- but this could be a great role for Jones, and an excellent project overall depending upon who gets the nod to play Dickens. Abi Morgan (Shame, The Iron Lady) wrote the script. [Daily Mail [9]]

[1] http://www.slashfilm.com/andrew-niccol-confirmed-direct-saorise-ronan-the-host/
[2] http://www.slashfilm.com/casting-bits-elizabeth-olsen-glenn-close-therese-raquin-david-schwimmer-iceman-max-irons-host/
[3] http://www.slashfilm.com/release-dates-pacific-rim-contagion-host/
[4] http://insidemovies.ew.com/2011/12/06/william-hurt-the-host-stephenie-meyer/
[5] http://www.slashfilm.com/mickey-rourke-seven-psychopaths-calls-director-martin-mcdonaugh/
[6] http://www.slashfilm.com/woody-harrelson-joins-martin-mcdonaghs-seven-psychopaths/
[7] http://www.nydailynews.com/gossip/madonna-praise-andrea-riseborough-a-slap-abbie-cornish-article-1.987242?localLinksEnabled=false
[8] http://www.slashfilm.com/felicity-jones-star-warren-beattys-howard-hughes-film/
[9] http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2068893/Rosie-Coker-Daniel-Radcliffes-girlfriend-gives-2-years-house-trained.html

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Brad Pitt, Rooney Mara, Ryan Gosling, and More Channel the Dark Side for the New York Times Magazine [Gallery]

[1]

As we head toward the end of the year, it's clear that 2011 has yielded some damn great performances from both established stars (Gary Oldman, Glenn Close) and rising talents (Jessica Chastain, Mia Wasikowska). So naturally, the best way to celebrate their accomplishments is by inviting each of them to play characters wholly unlike the ones they've recently received acclaim for.

In a video gallery from The New York Times Magazine titled "Touch of Evil," thirteen of this year's most notable stars tackle thirteen villainous types, from "The Menacing Dummy" (Oldman) to "The Sociopath" (Rooney Mara channeling A Clockwork Orange's�Alex DeLarge) and everything in between. Hit the jump for a photo gallery from the feature.

We've included a selection of stills from the NYT Magazine feature below. Some of the stars played archetypal bad-guy figures, while others did a take on a specific character. It's well worth heading over to the site [2] to watch the actual shorts, which run about one minute each and are fantastically fun to watch -- though I must take issue with the choice of casting the very handsome Ryan Gosling as an invisible man.

[gallery columns="2"]

Actors and evil types featured are:

Brad Pitt as the Madman
Rooney Mara as the Sociopath
Gary Oldman as the Menacing Dummy
Mia Wasikowska as the Home Wrecker
Ryan Gosling as the Invisible Man
George Clooney as the Tyrant
Viola Davis as the Vengeful Caretaker
Kirsten Dunst as the Siren
Michael Shannon as the Tycoon
Jessica Chastain as the Fire Starter
Jean Dujardin as the Hothead
Adepero Oduye as the Outlaw
Glenn Close as the Vamp

You can see more photographs, with comments from the actors ("I picked Captain Bligh because I liked his hat," quips Clooney) here [3], read the behind-the-scenes write-up here [4], or check out the virtual inspiration board here [5].

[1] http://www.slashfilm.com/wp/wp-content/images/George-Clooney-as-the-Tyrant.jpg
[2] http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/12/06/magazine/13villains.html?ref=magazine
[3] http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2011/12/11/magazine/hollywood-issue-portfolio-1.html
[4] http://6thfloor.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/12/06/the-hollywood-issue-behind-the-scenes/
[5] http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2011/12/11/magazine/villain-references.html

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?The Five-Year Engagement? Trailer: Poking Gentle Fun at a Generational Inability to Fully Commit

I'm not going to assume that this is true for everyone, but I think a lot of people in my generation and the one or two that follow me have had the "it's just different now" marriage conversation with some elder family members. For many couples, it takes a lot longer to get to the point where marriage seems like the best step to take, and even after getting engaged, the path to the altar isn't always a short one.

So here are Nicholas Stoller and Jason Segel, the team behind Forgetting Sarah Marshall and the co-writers of The Muppets, to toy with that generational attitude towards marriage in The Five-Year Engagement. Based on this new trailer, the film appears to take a gently comic approach to telling the story of a couple (Segel and Emily Blunt) whose nuptials are continually preempted by other life events. Check it out below.

As much as I like Forgetting Sarah Marshall, this looks in some ways like a more appealing comedy -- not as sharp, perhaps, and not as over the top, but hopefully honest. I like the little bit we get from Jacki Weaver, and in general the tone seems great. Not trying too hard to push the edges of this story, but letting the characters do the work. That poster is going at the Bridesmaids image pretty hard, but I guess that's to be expected. When this is all said and done, maybe we'll have a nice little fake trilogy. Program this movie, then Bridesmaids and finish with Sarah Marshall.

Yahoo [1] has the HD version.The Five-Year Engagement opens on April 27, 2012.
Beginning where most romantic comedies end, this film looks at what happens when an engaged couple keeps getting tripped up on the long walk down the aisle.


[1] http://movies.yahoo.com/movie/1810207328/video/27518085

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Boing Boing featured in anthology of best science writing on the Web

I am very pleased to announce that two BoingBoing posts made it into The Open Laboratory 2012, an anthology of the best science writing on the Internet. The first was written by Lee Billings, an excellent guest blogger we hosted back in February. Lee wrote a lot of great posts about Kepler and the hunt [...]

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Film questions Texas death penalty arson case

Throughout "Incendiary," a new award-winning documentary, filmmakers pose a tough question with potentially huge consequences: Was a man wrongfully executed because of outdated arson investigation methods?

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Stories of MJ in the studio (via @questlove)

Check out this website I found at board.okayplayer.com

here's some of my faves:

  • He would sing us an entire string arrangement, every part. Steve Porcaro once told me he witnessed MJ doing that with the string section in the room. Had it all in his head, harmony and everything. Not just little eight bar loop ideas. he would actually sing the entire arrangement into a micro-cassette recorder complete with stops and fills.
  • During the recording of "Smile" on HIStory, Bruce thought it would be great if Michael would sing live with the orchestra. But of course, we didn't tell the players that. We set him up in a vocal booth off to the side. They rehearsed a bit without vocals in, then during the first take Michael sang, just about knocked them out of their chairs.
  • I was assisting Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis while they recorded the background vocals for "Scream" with MJ and Janet. The two of them singing together was amazing. Super tight, no bad notes. One part after another. When they took a break they sang the showtunes they used to sing as kids. Again, perfect harmony. Mj refused to sing the "stop f*ckin' with me part" because he would NOT curse.
  • We recorded a Christmas song during the summer of '94 that needed a children's choir. Michael insisted that the entire studio be decorated with xmas lights, tree, fake snow and a sled for their recording. And he bought presents for everyone.

There are plenty more but you'll have to link to it to read!

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SETI resumes at Allen Telescope Array

The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) has resumed at the Allen Telescope Array in northern California. The ATA was in hibernation for months due to a lack of funding. But new cash came in from the public (yay, public support of science!) and also the US Air Force "as part of a formal assessment of [...]

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Stories of MJ in the studio (via @questlove)

Check out this website I found at board.okayplayer.com

here's some of my faves:

  • He would sing us an entire string arrangement, every part. Steve Porcaro once told me he witnessed MJ doing that with the string section in the room. Had it all in his head, harmony and everything. Not just little eight bar loop ideas. he would actually sing the entire arrangement into a micro-cassette recorder complete with stops and fills.
  • During the recording of "Smile" on HIStory, Bruce thought it would be great if Michael would sing live with the orchestra. But of course, we didn't tell the players that. We set him up in a vocal booth off to the side. They rehearsed a bit without vocals in, then during the first take Michael sang, just about knocked them out of their chairs.
  • I was assisting Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis while they recorded the background vocals for "Scream" with MJ and Janet. The two of them singing together was amazing. Super tight, no bad notes. One part after another. When they took a break they sang the showtunes they used to sing as kids. Again, perfect harmony. Mj refused to sing the "stop f*ckin' with me part" because he would NOT curse.
  • We recorded a Christmas song during the summer of '94 that needed a children's choir. Michael insisted that the entire studio be decorated with xmas lights, tree, fake snow and a sled for their recording. And he bought presents for everyone.

There are plenty more but you'll have to link to it to read!

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Flipboard launches on iPhone, iPod Touch, introduces 'Cover Stories' feature

Flipboard has now arrived on a slightly smaller board. Previously available as an iPad-only affair, the popular magazine and social media app has now launched on both the iPhone and iPod Touch, bringing graphics-laden aggregation to a wider swath of the iOS community. This new universal version features much of the same functionality you'll find on its iPad predecessor, along with a new Cover Stories interface, which collects and displays all your recent photo uploads, shared articles and status updates from select social networks. If you're intrigued, you can download it for free at the source link, below.

Flipboard launches on iPhone, iPod Touch, introduces 'Cover Stories' feature originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 07 Dec 2011 07:54:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Mountaineering refuge perched on a cliffside

This LEAPFactory Refuge Gervasutti is an alpine refuge commissioned by CAI Torino, the Italian Alpine Club. It perches, cantilevered, on a mountainside, offering accommodations and safety to mountain-climbers. It's got a clever prefab design, and is intended to reduce the amount of waste left on mountainsides by climbers. Each module is entirely prefabricated, from the [...]

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Let's Admire This Month's Most Insane Video Game Trailer [Video]

As a method for telling me how the video game Time Ducks plays, the Time Ducks trailer is a failure. In all other ways, it is a success. Time Ducks is a real game (available on iTunes). I cannot yet tell you if it is as good as its trailer. More »

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Tuesday, 6 December 2011

Engadget Podcast 077 - 05.02.06

Podcast logoIt's our last pre-E3 podcast today, which means there's sure to be a little gaming news from Nintendo mixed in there for you to chew on, along with some Samsung Q1 UMPC goings on, our take on (and support of) Gary Shapiro and the CEA driving a stake in the ground for disenfranchised digital consumers everywhere, and some interesting news in the DVR space from TiVo and Yahoo. We'll take our usual cellphone related voicemails too (we can talk about other stuff -- promise), so listen up before the Engadget Podcast hits the mean streets of LA next week to play some games.

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Program
00:37 - Nintendo Wii -- the Revolution gets a real name
10:53 - Nintendo to announce DS Lite pricing / release dates on Thursday?
12:52 - Samsung Q1 UMPC to go on sale May 7th for $1,100
14:31 - Eye-Fi embeds WiFi into your SD flash
18:09 - Gary Shapiro and the CEA take a stand
24:00 - Apple trying to include iPod video content on Blu-ray discs?
28:00 - Yahoo Go TV takes Meedio and does it for free
31:31 - TiVo's Series2 DT 80 and 180hour dual tuner boxes
36:13 - Listener Voicemail

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Watch my song on "Lie to Me"

I am very proud of a song I wrote for the show "Lie to Me," which will be performed on the episode that airs tonight at 9 PM on Fox. The song, entitled "White Lie," appears about three quarters of...

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Are 100% of astronomy majors employed?

On Submitterator, ecodeathmarch linked a news report about a new study that found that people with undergraduate degrees in astronomy and astrophysics had a 0% unemployment rate. Is that for real? First: The details. This fact came not from a recently published study, but from a Wall Street Journal interactive tool that allows you to [...]

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Can You Align Sales and Marketing?

If you do a search for "sales and marketing alignment" on Google, you'll see we've been talking about this elusive concept for more than 20 years. So if some of the brightest minds in management and systems thinking have been...

Source: http://www.theinnovativemarketer.com/2011/08/can-you-align-sales-and-marketing.html

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Engadget HD Podcast 277 - 12.06.2011

We've been talking about initiatives with the potential to change how we watch TV and now, one of them is finally ready to launch. We spent a lot of time going over Microsoft's new dashboard for the Xbox 360 and what it could, but probably won't, do to the market. Of course the folks in Redmond aren't the only ones with something to show as we also cast an eye towards new iPad apps from Dijit and Cox, as well as the possibility we'll see DirecTV's HR34 Home Media Center DVR this week. Other topics include the cable companies getting out of wireless, Lovefilm switching from Flash to Silverlight, and Time Warner's tablet app arriving on Android. As usual we close out with our picks of what to watch this week, so press play and see if you agree with our choices,

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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh (@bjdraw), Richard Lawler (@rjcc)

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00:03:09 - Xbox 360 Dashboard update review (fall 2011)
00:03:50 - Xbox 360's new video services won't all launch right away; Comcast, Verizon, and HBO Go delayed
00:12:15 - Xbox Companion app for WP7 will launch alongside the new dashboard December 6th
00:39:00 - DirecTV's new five tuner HR34 Home Media Center DVR ready to launch December 8th?
00:45:29 - Hands-on with Dijit's universal remote app for iPad
00:51:07 - Cox TV Connect app brings more live cable TV streaming to iPads
00:55:00 - Time Warner Cable's tablet app available for Android, live TV streaming still iPad only
00:53:56 - BBC brings global iPlayer iPad app to Canada, one step closer to the US
00:55:09 - Lovefilm's movie streaming will switch from Flash to Silverlight on PCs in 2012
00:57:53 - Verizon scores new spectrum from Comcast, Time Warner and Bright House for $3.6 billion (update)
01:00:29 - Kogan advertises Samsung LCDs in its HDTVs, Samsung would rather not take credit
01:02:09 - Lenovo trudging into the smart TV arena, plans LeTV launch in Q1 2012 (update: aka IdeaTV)
01:04:39 - Must See HDTV (December 5th - 11th)

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Oscar nomination predictions - how did i do?

I got 41 correct out of 45 nominees in the major categories: X = wrong answer [the actual nominee I missed is in brackets] Best Picture 1. The Hurt Locker 2. Inglorious Basterds 3. Up in the Air 4. Avatar...

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Triggertrap automatic shutter release hits production, links your camera to most things

Want your camera to take a shot whenever the phone rings or someone loads your blog page? Triggertrap can arrange that for you. This Arduino-powered box has managed to cross the funding finish-line and will be bringing its multi-source automatic release to camera creatives early next year. The former Insert Coin project can communicate with cameras through either a wired connection or its own IR transmitter. It can initiate shutter release from a multitude of sensors, with the built-in light, laser and sound sensors backed up by an auxiliary port, meaning it can be hooked up to anything capable of generating an electronic signal. With prototype testing complete, the Triggertrap looks set to ship in early February next year, with a special build-your-own version appearing soon after that. The ready-made options will set you back $125, while the customizable 'shield' version is pegged at $75. Interested? Well, hold on after the break for a full video tour of the cherry red hardware.

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What's Ubisoft's New MMO? A Wii U Game? [Ubisoft]

Yesterday, Ubisoft's Emile Gauthier posted a seemingly innocent Twitter message, asking for people to come work on Ubisoft Quebec's "NEW AAA MMORPG Game". More »

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