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I Make £367 ($577) Per Sale, Why Not You? 50% Payout

I Make £367 (7) Per Sale, Why Not You? 50% Payout
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Inside Gaikai: how to make cloud gaming as easy as watching YouTube

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It’s a beautiful day in Aliso Viejo, California, as long as you don’t mind a cloudy sky. On this particular occasion, though, the overcast horizon seems fitting, because I’m about to spend the day with Gaikai. Four years ago, video game industry veteran and outspoken prognosticator David Perry imagined that graphically immersive games could be streamed to any computer from the cloud, and early last year, his company Gaikai was one of the first to deliver on that promise. Now, nestled amid the rolling hills just southeast of Irvine, in the midst of a lazy suburban community populated by palm trees, spotless roads, and plenty of schools, David Perry is leading me on a behind-the-scenes tour of Gaikai’s HQ.

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Firewalls on AT&T and 47 other carriers make phones vulnerable to hijacking, researchers find

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A class of firewalls used by dozens of carriers worldwide may make smartphones vulnerable to hijacking. According to researchers at the University of Michigan, a feature found in many major firewall systems could let hackers identify and spoof the sequence number of a trusted data packet, injecting malicious code into unencrypted sites or directing users to fraudulent services. Of the 149 mobile carriers checked in the study, 48 were found to use the feature. Using an app designed by the researchers, Ars Technica was able to identify one of them as the US carrier AT&T.

The paper, which will be presented this week at the IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, describes a system it calls “TCP sequence number inference attack.” TCP governs…

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Motorola skipping Ice Cream Sandwich for some devices, worries it’ll make them fat

Motorola skipping Ice Cream Sandwich for some devices, worries it'll make them fat

Despite Motorola’s Android 4.0 rollout schedule, not every one of the manufacturer’s devices are ready for dessert — some, the outfit says, will be put on a diet. “Obviously we want the new release to improve our devices,” the company said in a recent blog post, “If we determine that can’t be done, well, then we’re not able to upgrade that particular device.” Handsets that are bogged down by Ice Cream Sandwich simply won’t get an update. Even so, Motorola affirms that it’s working closely with Google to keep its hardware up to date.

Motorola skipping Ice Cream Sandwich for some devices, worries it’ll make them fat originally appeared on Engadget on Sun, 20 May 2012 19:25:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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RIM patent application shines a light on unseen filth, might make forensics mobile

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CSI: Waterloo? We’re not sure how compelling that spin-off would be (inexplicable popularity of the David Caruso-headlined Miami version aside). So, you’ll excuse us for scratching our collective tech head over this recently surfaced patent application filed by RIM in November of 2010. The claims of this bizarre USPTO doc describe an apparatus containing some form of a “display element” attached to a portable electronic device that would generate light on nearby objects, snap photographs and then display results indicating potential contamination. Sounds a lot like those UV wands forensics researchers use on crime scenes, non? Well, whatever it is Heins and co. may have brewing in their Canadian R&D labs, we just pray this isn’t BB 10’s killer feature. Hit up the source below to peruse the legalese for yourself.

RIM patent application shines a light on unseen filth, might make forensics mobile originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 17 May 2012 17:49:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Samsung mass-produces 4-gigabit LPDDR2 memory, aims to make 2GB a common sight in smartphones

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Samsung started making 2GB low-power mobile memory last year, but as the 1GB-equipped phone you likely have in your hand shows, the chips weren’t built on a wide-enough scale to get much use. The Korean company is hoping to fix that now that it’s mass-producing 20-nanometer, 4-gigabit LPDDR2 RAM. Going to a smaller process than the 30-nanometer chips of old will not just slim the memory down by a fifth, helping your smartphone stay skinny: it should help 2GB of RAM become the “mainstream product” by the end of 2013, if Samsung gets its way. New chips should run at 1,066Mbps without chewing up any more power than the earlier parts, too, so there’s no penalty for using the denser parts. It’s hard to say whether or not the 20nm design is what’s leading to the 2GB of RAM in the Japanese Galaxy S III; we just know that the upgraded NTT DoCoMo phone is now just the start of a rapidly approaching trend for smartphones and tablets.

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Samsung mass-produces 4-gigabit LPDDR2 memory, aims to make 2GB a common sight in smartphones originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 17 May 2012 12:01:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Steam remote downloads exit beta, make impatience an option for everyone

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That was quick. Just two weeks after Valve posted a new Steam beta that allows remote game downloads, it now has a truly polished release for everyone. Both Mac and Windows gamers can now queue up demos and full games, whether it’s from a browser at work or from the Steam mobile app. Appropriately, Valve will let you reinstall games as well as start downloading a purchase as soon as the credit card clears. Either way, it’ll guaranteed that your new copy of Bastion or that attempt to relive your Quake nostalgia will be ready when you get home.

Steam remote downloads exit beta, make impatience an option for everyone originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 17 May 2012 05:47:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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T-rays produce 3Gbps short-range wireless, make WiFi pout in the corner

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The last time we saw T-rays, they were busy scanning bodies for tumors and security threats. Six researchers from the Tokyo Institute of Technology are now aiming the terahertz-level frequencies at a less organic target: fast wireless. Running at 542GHz, a rate that makes 60GHz ultra wideband look pokey, the scientists are sending data through the ether at about 3Gbps. The speed isn’t as fast as the 7Gbps peak of WiGig, and the bandwidth runs dry at just 33 feet away, but it comes out of a resonant tunneling diode measuring 0.04 square inches — definitely small enough to fit into a smartphone. The speed could magnify using higher frequencies and power levels, too, with 100Gbps being the dream. Knowing that it can take years for academic papers to translate to real products, we’re not holding our breath for T-ray routers anytime soon. Still, the technology could make wideband a realistic option for handhelds and put the mere 1.3Gbps of 802.11ac WiFi to shame.

[Thanks, Andrew. Image credit: Deborah Miller and Warren Scott, Connexions]

T-rays produce 3Gbps short-range wireless, make WiFi pout in the corner originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 16 May 2012 10:12:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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The BBC’s coverage promises to make you sick of the Olympics by the time it’s done

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How much Olympics is too much Olympics? The BBC aims to find out at this year’s London 2012 games, by offering up “the most comprehensive coverage ever,” a list that includes 2,500 hours of coverage via the broadcaster’s site and up to 24 live HD streams. Live coverage will be offered up for every sport and each sport, athlete, venue and country will have its own page on the site. The BBC will also be providing a free mobile app, a mobile browser site and apps for connected TVs3D and Super Hi-Vision coverage is a bonus. Check out an explanatory video about the new video player after the break, as well as some scheduling information in the source link below. And maybe think about a training regiment to get ready to watch this summer’s games.

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The BBC’s coverage promises to make you sick of the Olympics by the time it’s done originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 15 May 2012 23:57:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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(Make A Crappy Bigger On The Inside Joke): TARDIS Corset

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BOWTIE SOLD SEPARATELY.

This is a Dr. Who themed TARDIS corset. You cinch it up real good in the back, and it makes you look slimer. “Like the Ghostbuster’s pet?” YOU KNOW I MEANT SLIMMER. Etsy seller Corsetwonderland is selling the thing for $ 225, so if you want it, go and get it before some other busty lady beats you to it. You wanna know what my favorite part about it is? It’s one of those corsets that doesn’t cover up your taytays. *bouncing manboobs* Isn’t that right, guys? You guys like to be free, don’t you? Yeah you do. *licks nip, gets hair in mouth*

Thanks to Speakerbag, who agrees the best corsets are the ones made out of same material as fairy tales: pure imagination.



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