Musician Neil Young’s long-awaited PonoPlayer music devices will be launching on crowdfunding site Kickstarter this week, and the supporting digital music site PonoMusic for high-quality track downloads will also be going live. We want to move digital music into the 21st century, and PonoMusic does that. We couldn’t be more excited — not for ourselves, but for those that are moved by what music means in their lives,” said Neil Young, founder and chairman of PonoMusic. PonoMusic, like the iTunes Store, is an online music store and a music player (the PonoPlayer) that can be used to listen to tracks on the go or can be connected to a home or car stereo system. More »Neil Young Is Selling a $400 High-Quality iPod Alternative
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But a number of nagging issues kept it from being the phablet to buy, and it was easily overshadowed by Samsung’s more popular Galaxy Note devices. It also suffers from holding the shutter open too long — a common problem with phones with optical stabilization — which made it difficult for me to get a sharp picture of my fast-moving toddler or a restless pet. More »LG G Pro 2 review: the evolutionary process
Le patron d'Iliad, maison mère de Free, estime ce scénario "plus favorable" à tout point de vue et se réjouit de récupérer un solide réseau mobile. More »Xavier Niel plaide pour un rachat de SFR par Bouygues
I learned about day trading but I also learned a lot about myself and what I was good at, what I was horrible at, and what I was psychotic at. Things that had nothing to do with day trading. Day trading is the best job in the world on the days you make money. All of these lessons I will certainly use today, many years after I stopped day trading. More »11 or 12 Things I Learned About Life While Daytrading Millions of Dollars
Why do we tell stories that suck? Nobody wants to hear a lame story. And yet, in business, we seem obsessed with being uninteresting. We’re practically apologizing every time we begin to tell someone about our organization. I’d like you to stop doing this. A couple weeks ago, I had the opportunity to hear Simon... More »Corporate Storytelling: Why Are You Afraid To Be Compelling?
Inspired by Apple CEO Tim Cook, Virgin founder Richard Branson has taken to his blog to say that businesses should begin standing up against climate change deniers. "While Tim told sustainability skeptics to 'get out of our stock,'" Branson writes, "I would urge climate change deniers to get out of our way." Cook's statements came at a recent shareholders meeting, where he soundly shot down a proposal rooted in climate change denial that would have had Apple putting its bottom line above its interests in sustainability. ... More »Richard Branson sides with Apple CEO against climate change deniers
TeknoUp.com Qualcomm telah mengumumkan kehadiran chip Snapdragon 805 beberapa waktu yang lalu. Kemunculan chip andalan terbaru dari Qualcomm ini ternyata telah direspons oleh Pantech, perusahaan smartphone dari Korea Selatan, yang menurut bocoran informasi terbaru sedang menyiapkan seri Vega Iron 2, yang akan menjadi smartphone pertama yang memakai chip terbaru Qualcomm tersebut. Snapdragon 805 adalah chipset terbaru Qualcomm yang berisi empat prosesor Krait 450 2.5 GHz dan GPU Adreno. Chip ini diperkirakan akan menjadi otak bagi smartphone kelas atas pada tahun 2014 ini. ... More »Pantech Vega Iron 2 Terungkap, Smartphone Pertama dengan Snapdragon 805
En ce qui concerne les appareils électro-ménagers, les APNs et les télévisions, Panasonic est l’une des marques qui nous vient à l’esprit. Cependant, pour les smartphones, à moins que vous ne vivez au Japon, il est probable que Panasonic ne […] More »Panasonic P31, il est lancé en Inde
If you yearn for bizarre flavor combinations and unexpected ethnic fusions, IBM's Cognitive Cooking program could give you your next great meal. Tom's Guide had a chance to go hands-on (and teeth-on) with Cognitive Cooking firsthand at SxSW 2014. IBM set up a food truck near the Austin Convention Center and allowed users to vote for a dish on Twitter. More »IBM Cognitive Cooking Pairs Unexpected Flavors
The title is a side-scrolling action/platformer that owes a lot to the Nintendo classic "Contra." Players traverse levels, jumping from platform to platform, blasting terrorists and dodging environmental hazards like land mines. During our brief playthrough, we encountered Bruce Willis, Chuck Norris, Wesley Snipes, Will Smith, Mr. T, Arnold Schwarzenegger (from both "Predator" and "The Terminator") and Sylvester Stallone (from both "Rambo" and "Judge Dredd"). More »'Broforce' Fights Terrorism with Nostalgic Action Stars
Digital comic giant ComiXology announced its "ComiXology Submit" self-publishing initiative at SXSW 2013, and the company's commitment to the little guys is as strong as ever at this year's show. To keep the spotlight on creators of indie comics, ComiXology is allowing users to nab the "Submit Starter Pack," which gives them 100 digital comic books for $10 from now through Mar. 10. Since the launch of ComiXology Submit at last year's SXSW, a total of 1,007 independent comics have been released through the app. More »ComiXology Offering 100 Digital Indie Comics for $10
Gaming loves weird mash-ups, from Disney and Square Enix colliding in "Kingdom Hearts" to Sonic and Mario competing together at the Sochi Olympics. Combining frenetic first-person shooter "Borderlands" with the measured, thoughtful storytelling of Telltale Games is a bizarre idea, for sure, but "Tales from the Borderlands" is happening, and the developers have revealed some tantalizing secrets about it. More »Studios Spill Secrets of 'Tales from the Borderlands'
With Faceshift, facial motion capture technology is coming to the masses. This multi-national software maker recently launched markerless face animation software, which allows you to easily create a 3D model based on a human face. We went face-on with the latest version of the app at SXSW 2014, digitally immortalizing our mug in a number of humorous ways. More »Faceshift Makes Your Mug Into a 3D Avatar
It's not hard to find a high-quality 3D printer, but finding one that won't break the bank is another story. Tinkerine, a 3D printing company from Vancouver, will soon launch its Ditto Pro printer. Tom's Guide took a look at the Ditto Pro firsthand at SxSW 2014. More »Tinkerine Ditto Pro Brings 3D Printing to Schools
Unlike film, gaming does not have one definitive awards show. This year, SXSW decided to try its hand at hosting one, and the results were encouraging. The Inaugural SXSW Gaming Awards celebrated a variety of games from a wide range of developers, complete with good humor and a pleasant mix of high- and lowbrow comedy. More »'The Last of Us' Wins Big at Inaugural SXSW Gaming Awards