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Top iPhone games gone free for

Our daily list of best iPhone games gone free is compiled using our proprietary algorithm to find you the very best apps that have just gone free …

The Incredible Story Of Marion Stokes, Who Single-Handedly Taped 35 Years Of TV News

From 1977 to 2012, she recorded 140,000 VHS tapes worth of history. Now the Internet Archive has a plan to make them public and searchable.<p>In a storage unit somewhere in Philadelphia, 140,000 VHS tapes sit packed into four shipping containers. Most are hand-labeled with a date between 1977 and …

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DrawQuest brings daily art challenges to iPhone

DrawQuest is one of those iPad(s aapl) apps that, though it appears like an unlikely experiment on the surface, actually makes sense. Developed by …

Toshiba gives 7-inch Android tablets another shot with the $170 Excite 7 (hands-on)

Back over the summer when Toshiba refreshed its tablet lineup, it appeared that the company was pulling out all the stops: two of its new models had super-sharp 2,560 x 1,600 screens and made use of NVIDIA's new Tegra 4 chip. At the high end, one even allowed for pen input, thanks to a …

Not Just Toys: LittleBits Raises $11.1M to Expand Amateur Electronics Products

LittleBits, which has sold hundreds of thousands of modular electronics kits that snap together with magnets, has raised $11.1 million in Series B …

Synthesizers

Provenance: Buy Locally-Made Goods

With the likes of Fab and Made.com already bring their own unique spin to e-commerce and cool design, a new startup has emerged from London to help shoppers find new products based on where they are made, the material they’re made from and who made them.<p>Provenance is a free service featuring …

The 10 Companies Paying Americans The Least: 24/7 Wall Street

24/7 Wall Street: This summer, thousands of fast-food workers in the United States went on strike in cities across the country, demanding their wages be increased to $15 an hour and the ability to unionize. To no one’s surprise, they didn’t get it. As of 2012, an estimated 4.7% of hourly workers …

Tracked Since Birth: The Rise Of Extreme Baby Monitoring

Does tracking a baby’s every movement, cry, and wet diaper mean happier parents and healthier infants, or are we turning our kids into Tamagotchis for no reason?<p>Elle Lucero has been tracked since birth.<p>For the first 10 months of her life, her mother, Yasmin, kept detailed records of Elle’s sleep …

Raspberry Pi Notches 2 Million Sales

The world was impressed in January when it was estimated that one million Raspberry Pis had been sold. Fast forward to today and the Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced that it has doubled the figure, after selling its two millionth unit in October.<p>It took one year to hit one million sales of the …

Google to tackle images of child sexual abuse with search and Youtube changes

Google is targeting 100,000 terms associated with online child sexual abuse in a move hailed by David Cameron, who will announce a series of measures to tackle the problem at a cyber-summit in Downing Street. The prime minister said that Google and Yahoo had "come a long way" after the internet …

Totlol Delivers A Kid-Safe Alternative To YouTube On Web & Mobile

Back in 2008, a startup called Totlol emerged, offering parents a kid-friendly collection of video clips pulled from the YouTube platform on a single destination site. But that company, a one-man show, eventually hit a dead-end and closed up shop. Today, it has returned with new founders who are …

Major League Gaming launches MLG.TV online network to stream e-sports in high definition

Major League Gaming's been tinkering with better ways to show and monetize its Call of Duty and Starcraft battles for years, occasionally showing up on ESPN and utilizing myriad online streaming solutions to get its premium content to the people. However, MLG decided that YouTube and its ilk aren't …

Why the youth market matters for Snapchat and Facebook, despite what the WSJ thinks

Ever since the <i>Wall Street Journal</i> wrote about the rumors that Snapchat turned down a $3-billion acquisition offer from Facebook (s fb), technology …

Google working on RAW support and improved camera features for Android

Nokia may be the first to have delivered RAW photography in a smartphone, but there's evidence to suggest that Google isn't too far behind. A month-old batch of code, recently spotted by app developer Josh Brown, reveals that work has been underway on a new Android camera API that could allow …

Moga Ace game controller for iPhone, iPod touch ready to order for $100

Thanks to iOS 7’s(s aapl) support for game controllers, this holiday season should offer a few choices that add buttons and triggers to an iPhone 5, …

Makers Of Popular Drawing App ‘Paper’ Introduce Bluetooth Stylus ‘Pencil’

FiftyThree, the team of software developers behind the popular iPad drawing-app ‘Paper’ are moving beyond the digital wares with their first piece of hardware – a Bluetooth rechargeable stylus dubbed ‘Pencil,’ that’s customized to work in tandem with the Paper drawing app.<p>The new stylus comes in …

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Kano Kickstarts A Pi-Based, DIY Kit Computer Designed To Make Learning To Code Child’s Play

In the late 1980s a select group of British teens were given (or saved up their pocket money to buy) a small, rubber-keyed home PC called the Sinclair ZX Spectrum. My brother was one of them. And that little box, with its blank canvas start screen that prompted you to try out a few lines of code …