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Simple, Smart, and Wearable

First it was the desktop computer, then it was the laptop, and then it was mobile devices. What’s next in the progression? Many speculate the …

House 784 by Stephenson ISA Studio

Reacting against the "conservative, bland and mock traditional" suburban homes in the neighbourhood, <b>House 784 by Stephenson ISA Studio</b>, in Cheshire, …

iPad keyboard case roundup: Logitech Folio vs. Belkin Ultimate vs. ClamCase Pro

Listen, you probably shouldn't be here. The iPad is a pure and carefully honed machine. If its designers wanted you to use some kind of ludicrous hybrid contraption that fused a tablet with a physical keyboard and doubled the weight, they'd have built one for you. But they didn't. So go away and …

How Many New Domain Names Will the Explosion in gTLDs Really Produce?

<b>Editor’s note:</b> <i>This is a guest post by Mark Kychma, who is a partner at London based MAKTIG VC, a company behind numerious online projects such as Links2.Me, Sincere.ly and That-Is.Me.</i><p>The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), a nonprofit body that oversees the structure of the …

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Bigger iPhone 6 coming; iPad Mini Retina delayed, Citi says

A big-screen iPhone 6 should show up next year while the highly anticipated iPad Mini Retina may be delayed until the fourth quarter, according to Citi Research.<p>In a research note to investors Friday, Citi began by saying that production of the upcoming iPhone 5S "has been delayed by two to four …

Apple puts up '7' banner in advance of WWDC, likely confirms new version of iOS (update: OS X too)

Well, we were pretty sure that Apple was going to out a new version of iOS next week, and a banner just went up at the Moscone Center in San Francisco (the venue for WWDC) seems to confirm the rumors. As you can see, it shows only the number '7', which all but confirms that we'll be seeing Jony …

Apple Clearing Mac Pro Inventory With Massive Refurbished Model Sale Ahead of WWDC

- Jun 7, 2013<p>Following our earlier report that Apple’s Mac Pro retail stock is drying up at the majority of Apple resellers, it appears that Apple …

How to Get Great Prints from your Digital Darkroom

One of the great joys of digital photography is the ability to quickly and simply produce large, stunning prints from the comfort of your own home, …

APOD: Star Size Comparisons (2013 Jun 06) Video Credit & Copyright: morn1415 (YouTube) http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130606.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fKTu6B4Rgek Explanation: How big is our Sun compared to other stars? In a dramatic and popular video featured on YouTube, the relative sizes of planets and stars are shown from smallest to largest. The above video starts with Earth's Moon and progresses through increasingly larger planets in our Solar System. Next, the Sun is shown along as compared to many of the brighter stars in our neighborhood of the Milky Way Galaxy. Finally, some of the largest stars known spin into view. Note that the true sizes of most stars outside of the Sun and Betelgeuse are not known by direct observation, but rather inferred by measurements of their perceived brightness, temperature, and distance. Although an inspiring learning tool that is mostly accurate, APOD readers are encouraged to complete the learning experience -- and possibly help make future versions more accurate -- by pointing out slight inaccuracies in the video. http://www.youtube.com/user/morn1415 Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=130606 Starship Asterisk* • On This Day in APOD http://asterisk.apod.com/view_retro.php?date=0606

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Custom-Color Stratocasters

The Stratocaster was born in 1954. A solidbody with three pickups, contoured back and top, vibrato, and bolt-on neck, it was different. And it …

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Dave Clark Bassist Rick Huxley Passes

Rick Huxley, bassist for ’60s pop group The Dave Clark Five, died February 11. He was 72 and had been battling emphysema. Born in Dartford, Kent, …

Ron Wood

“I’ve always wanted to rock,” gushes 63-year-old Ron Wood, whose journey from the shy 10-year-old washboard player in older brother Ted’s ’50s …

Steve Cropper

All but forgotten today, with his low-slung guitar, stylish rhythm licks, and tasty leads, Lowman Pauling was one of the great guitar heroes of the …

Guitarist Alvin Lee Passes

Alvin Lee, co-founder and guitarist with the ’60s blues-rock band Ten Years After, passed away March 6. He was 68 and died from complications of what …

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Clapton’s Fool

Eric Clapton’s The Fool. A name immediately recognizable to guitarists, yet baffling to others. What is Clapton’s Fool? Very simply, it is one of the …

Clapton to Release Book on His Guitars

Eric Clapton has documented his guitars and amplifiers in a new book titled <i>Six String Stories</i>, which includes photos and background information on …

Dwight Yoakam

Dwight Yoakam’s 1986 <i>Guitars, Cadillacs… etc. etc.</i> infused Bakersfieldstyle twang into the New Traditionalist trend then sweeping a country scene weary …

Mark Knopfler

When it comes to inspired songwriting and guitar playing, Mark Knopfler’s not in dire straights. On his new solo album, he had so much material, he …

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The Outlaws

To expect a record by the Outlaws to sound this good in 2012 would be folly. The band hasn’t released a studio album in more than two decades and two …

Jay Geils

If you grew up listening to music in the ’70s, you probably associate the name J. Geils with a five-piece band that played raucous rock and roll to …