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Snugg Motorola Xoom 2 Case Cover and Flip Stand in Black Leather 10.1″ inch (3G & 4G WI-FI 16 GB 32 GB 64 GB) – Xoom Case Google Android – From Snugg, The Creators of the Number 1 Best Selling iPad 2 Case

Snugg Motorola Xoom 2 Case Cover and Flip Stand in Black Leather 10.1″ inch (3G & 4G WI-FI 16 GB 32 GB 64 GB) – Xoom Case Google Android – From Snugg, The Creators of the Number 1 Best Selling iPad 2 Case

Snugg Motorola Xoom 2 Case Cover and Flip Stand in Black Leather 10.1

  • Superior Motorola Xoom 2 10.1″ inch Case by Snugg – For Motorola Xoom Car Headrest Mount search ASIN: B0041FP0Z0
  • Elastic hand strap makes it easier to hold and use the Motorola Xoom 2 10.1″
  • Velcro flap to secure Motorola Xoom tightly in place when in landscape position
  • Camera hole cutout on the back
  • Full access to all Motorola Xoom ports and connections

Our premium Snugg Motorola Xoom 2 10.1″ Case Cover and Flip Stand is no ordinary Xoom case! It will protect and enhance your Motorola Xoom 2 10.1″ with an ingenious design that allows you to unfold the back and raise your Xoom up from the table. No more propping the device precariously on a nearby object! You can then use all the advanced features of your Motorola Xoom in comfort and style. The stand also gives you the perfect viewing angle if you often type on the on-screen keyboard or use an external Bluetooth keyboard. This case is a smart, professional grade cover for the Motorola Xoom made from high quality black PU leather which is exceptionally durable and strong, and the cut-out areas allow you to use all the ports and both cameras without removing the Xoom from the case. On the back you’ll find a clever hand strap so you can hold the Motorola Xoom securely in your hand while reclining, exercising in the gym or just moving around the house.

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Sony’s turning The Last of Us into a movie with help from the game’s creators

The Last of Us made its debut last year to critical (and commercial) acclaim from the gaming community, and it appears that the film industry’s just as smitten with the story it tells. Deadline Hollywood reports that Sony Pictures’ Screen Gems…

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Rock Band and Guitar Hero creator’s next game is Chroma, a free-to-play rhythm-based shooter (yes, really)

Harmonix is charting new territory yet again. The studio that birthed both Guitar Hero and Rock Band, and the only third-party game-development house that created a successful Kinect franchise (Dance Central), announced a new game today: Chroma….

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Necessary violence: The creators of The Last of Us defend its reliance on combat

PlayStation 3 exclusive The Last of Us was the most successful game of 2013. That’s not just sales (it sold extremely well, to the tune of 3.4 million in its first three weeks), but also critical reception (an average Metacritic score of 95/100 and…

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‘X-Files’ creator’s Amazon pilot gets the green light, the truth is out there and streaming in early 2014

How’s this for a pitch? “[T]his is a show that explores human frailty, possibility, terror and the triumph of the human spirit.” Chris Carter likes to keep the things he’s working on mysterious. The X-Files creator is a superstitious guy, apparently. Amazon’s description of the forthcoming one-hour …

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Meet the creators of the iconic Ford and American Airlines logos in ‘Design Is One’

You may not know the names Lella Vignelli and Massimo Vignelli, but you’ve probably seen their work: either separately or together, the pair have created iconic designs for Ford, American Airlines, and Bloomingdales — just to name a few — and are responsible for the striking and minimalist New York City subway map used through much of the 70s. Now a new documentary, called Design is One, is looking to introduce the couple behind the art, presenting interviews with the duo, chats with other designers about their impact, and an overview of just how much of their design surrounds us.

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Showyou video discovery app announces new channel platform for creators

Showyou video discovery app announces new channel platform for creators

More and more video discovery apps are starting to pop up, with even big-name brands such as Samsung joining the race to have the best offering out there. But while this particular field is still relatively young, startups like Showyou are already thinking ahead by launching creator-focused programs of their own. With the newly minted Showyou Channels, the service is taking a slight cue from sites who are familiar with creating and distributing videos (YouTube, Vimeo, etc.), announcing that the idea is to provide users with a hub where they can make original content and easily share it with the world. What’s more, Showyou also has a revenue model in place which allows people to make a little cash from their vids, though that won’t necessarily be a requirement. Only time will tell how far Showyou can go, but, if anything, we’re definitely interested in seeing how its evolution plays out.

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Necomimi cat ears’ creators branch out into brain-controlled headphones (video)

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While we’ve constantly thought that brain-controlled cat ears are a completely feasible business model, it’s usually in a business’s finest interest to branch out, in case, you know, the bottom ever leaves of the furry accessory market. Neurowear, the company behind the Necomimi, which provided a few of the more memorable minutes at this year’s CES, displayed its latest project, the Mico, which continues the company’s core competency of letting individuals do things with mind waves. In this case, it’s songs control. A huge white pair of headphones are linked to a sensor that rests on your forehead and a dangling clip for your earlobe (a la the Necomimi).

The cans connect to your smartphone by means of Bluetooth, utilizing your existing mood to pick a song from the business’s app, which presently consists of about 100 tracks. According to the company, the tracks have been “neuro-tagged,” based upon its testing, to make sure that they compare to viewed mood. If your mood modifications, just offer the phone a shake and it will clean the musical slate Etch-a-Sketch-style.

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Necomimi cat ears’ creators branch out into brain-controlled headphones (video)

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While we’ve constantly thought that brain-controlled cat ears are a completely feasible business model, it’s generally in a business’s top interest to diversify, in case, you know, the bottom ever leaves of the furry accessory market. Neurowear, the business behind the Necomimi, which offered a few of the more memorable minutes at this year’s CES, revealed off its latest task, the Mico, which continues the company’s core proficiency of letting people do stuff with mind waves. In this case, it’s music control. A big white pair of earphones are linked to a sensor that rests on your forehead and a dangling clip for your earlobe (a la the Necomimi).

The cans link to your smartphone through Bluetooth, using your current state of mind to choose a song from the company’s app, which currently contains about 100 tracks. According to the business, the songs have been “neuro-tagged,” based upon its screening, to make sure that they compare to perceived state of mind. If your mood changes, simply offer the phone a shake and it will clean the musical slate Etch-a-Sketch-style.

Catch up on ‘Game of Thrones’ season two with the show’s creators and actors

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The 3rd season of HBO’s Game of Thrones finally begins in just a couple of weeks– but if you’re having trouble keeping in mind precisely how the plot of period two came together (and don’t have time to re-read A Clash of Kings), HBO has you covered. The network simply launched a 14-minute recap covering the major plot points of the second period, complete with meetings and discussion from program developers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss and a lot of cast members. Sadly, there isn’t any real discussion of period three, so you’ll need to stimulate your hunger on the current trailers as you count down the days until the period premiere on March 31st.


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