Miguel Silva

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Nvidia trims price of Shield gaming device to $299

With a release date set for June 27, the portable gaming console will now cost $50 less than its original $349 price tag.<p>Gamers eyeing Nvidia's Shield will be able to buy the device on June 27 to the tune of only $299.<p>Officially unveiling the date and the price drop via a blog on Thursday, Nvidia …

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New rumored Galaxy Note 3 image hits the web, shows entire handset

Galaxy Note 3 concept<p>Shortly after seeing a purported Galaxy Note 3 image hit the web, a second such image has been published – see picture below.<p>Unlike the first image, which only showed only a section of the screen, the second one shows the entire handset. However, we still can’t confirm whether …

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Japan's Google Street View Pigeonheads Are Hilariously Creepy (PHOTO)

You are a Google Street View employee who is paid to wear one of these on your back and walk around Japan. Your life is sweet. One day, you see these awesome people wearing pigeon head masks on a Tokyo sidewalk. Your life gets exponentially sweeter, because -- despite whether this scene was set up …

FTC To Conduct Antitrust Review Of Google Over $1.1 Billion Waze Deal

The search giant edged out Facebook to purchase the Israeli startup on June 11. In Google's official announcement, they wrote of enhancing Google maps with Waze's traffic update features, as well as using it to improve Google search.<p>From WSJ:<p>Lawyers familiar with government antitrust investigations …

Why Facebook isn’t the right company to create a Google Reader replacement

Advertisement<p>12 Comments<p>Google(s goog) Reader is meeting its end in just a few weeks, and there’s no doubt it’ll be traumatic for users of the …

NSA-proof encryption exists. Why doesn’t anyone use it?

Computer programmers believe they know how to build cryptographic systems that are impossible for anyone, even the U.S. government, to crack. So why can the NSA read your e-mail?<p>Last week, leaks revealed that the Web sites most people use every day are sharing users' private information with the …