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Wednesday, 23 Nov 2011
Researchers at North Carolina State University developed a rather unique way to convert printed patterns into 3D objects using light. Instant origami, anyone?
Google says good-bye to a host of related services such as Google Bookmarks Lists, Google Friend Connect and Google Wave.
An early build of Android 4.0 is shown to be running on the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime on YouTube.
Not content with just being the first page you open up as soon as your browser starts, Facebook has launched a trial version of Messenger for Windows 7 to feed your social media addiction.
Prices of LCD TVs are going for a song as we inch closer towards Black Friday. Reason? Consumers aren't buying enough of them.
Tuesday, 22 Nov 2011
Reports from UK users have indicated that there is indeed a weird volume bug on some Samsung Galaxy Nexus smartphones, The Verge reports.
Universal Music is suing popular music streaming site Grooveshark for more than 100,000 illegal uploads to the service. And the bad news for Grooveshark continues as Spotify has new plans afoot.
YouTube has a new layout, and here's how to enable it if you still haven't gotten it yet.
The Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS will be getting Adobe Flash by the end of the year. It is also the last supported Android platform for Flash.
Monday, 21 Nov 2011
A number of users have complained of their Amazon Kindle e-reader's display being damaged by the X-ray scanning equipment used at airports.