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Top Black Friday Shopping Links By DMN Staff Writer Well it's almost the Most Wonderful Day of the Year again! No not Christmas - Black Friday! It's the day where you get up way too early and stand in line, and hopefully get the deal of a lifetime! To help you out we've put together a list of Top Black Friday sales and ads. It will pay off in both the long run and short term to do your homework and know whats on sale where. ...Read More »
Grabbing motion with iPiSoft By Ko Maruyama This weekend, I jumped into putting together a motion capture PC. It?s nothing big, but the right amount of gear to get the motion capture portion of the workflow done. I?ll be using Microsoft Kinect cameras in conjunction with iPiSoft?s software to capture the data ? from there, anything is possible. ...Read More »
It's a Bird, It's a Plane - It's a Blonde Robot! By David Hague The Phantom quad-copter makes the most of its compact and highly integrated design fitting easily into a standard backpack. Phantom also has an integrated flight dynamics system, the Naza-M + GPS multi-rotor autopilot system, which results in a craft that is easy to fly as a beginner and flexible enough to please expert pilots. In a first for such a portable unit it utilises GPS to enable the Phantom to land safely from the exact point it took off from. ...Read More »
Upload By Lou Wallace In what may be a prophetic view of our future, Upload focuses on a time where cyberspace and virtual reality have converged, showcasing both the promising potential and the dark underside of these new technological wonders. ...Read More »
ArtRage 4.0 By Ko Maruyama In time for use with your brand new Wacom tablet, Ambient Design offers a new version of their ArtRage software. Version 4.0 is packed with a ton of new tools that will help you work better, easier, and give you the ability to extend your creative works for an affordable price. You may also be using ArtRage 3 on both devices (iPad and computer), but if you haven't you might not know about the ability to move between iPad to desktop version and out to other software (like Photoshop's .psd format). ...Read More »
Juicebar Solar Charger By Lou Wallace Ok everyone hates their battery to die. How many times have you scrambled in restaurants, airports and hallways looking for a plug to power your phone, mobile handheld game or tablet? How many times have you stared at the tiny red sliver that indicates the last waning minute of power and wished for some way to charge it and no solution was at hand? ...Read More »
Hands On with the Nexus 10 By Lou Wallace Right before Christmas my tablet, an Iconia A500 died (just a couple weeks after the warranty ran out of course) and I was faced with the task of choosing its replacement. The timing was great because the latest iPad was out,several new Android tabs were being released and Microsoft was just about to start shipping the Surface. All have some very compelling aspects and I like all three platforms, but as I already have had several android tablets and a lot of apps for that system, my focus and ultimate decision was towards the Nexus 10 from Google. Since there were plenty of 'First Looks', 'Quick Peeks' and such being written already, I wanted to spend some more time with it before actually evaluating it. This review is really my perspective on using the tablet, what that experience has been like and finally was it worth the money. ...Read More »
WRAP IT UP By Ko Maruyama Take your tablet everywhere with you, safe in a snugly fitting bag. Bracketron makes a bunch of cool little devices to make your gadget life better in obvious ways, including clamps, holders and adhesives for your mobile media. Some stores started carrying little bags for your iPad - zippy plastic bags - which are $5 for 3 pieces. I had to take a look at these. ...Read More »
First Look: Parrot AR 2.0 Drone By David Hague Ostensibly, it is a ring around 3/4 metre across that is segmented into 4 internal circles each containing a rotor blade driven by a motor. A full charge lasts around 12 minutes and it can be controlled from an iPad, iPhone of Android App. Although this description sounds a bit rough, as the video and photos show, it is in fact very elegant in its design. And boy does it perform in the hands of a skilled operator. Spectacularly! ...Read More »
Home Tech Upgrade Power2U By Ko Maruyama Not more power through the house, but better access to it. There are so many devices that my family uses that rely on USB charging. Some of these rely on sucking up power daily. But if you already have a bunch of plugs stuck in your outlets, you might want to stop juggling those wall warts and install the NewerTech Power2U. ...Read More »

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