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McDonald’s Japan Offering Super Mario Pleased Meal Toys

super-mario-happy-meal-toys.jpg Because Japan always gets means cooler things than the rest of the world, this is the line of Super Mario toys purveyor of barely-burgers McDonald’s will be giving away in the country’s Pleased Meals. Right here in the United States? No hint, probably a handout about exercising. All the Mario toys either play music or perform an action. Anybody want to relocate to Japan with me? Really, let me rephrase that– anybody want to relocate to Japan and let me deal with you rent-free? I can prepare and clean. I’m never ever going to, however I know exactly how.

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McDonald’s Japan Offering Super Mario Pleased Meal Toys

super-mario-happy-meal-toys.jpg Due to the fact that Japan always gets method cooler stuff than the rest of the world, this is the line of Super Mario toys purveyor of barely-burgers McDonald’s will be giving away in the country’s Happy Meals. Here in the United States? No idea, probably a handout about working out. All the Mario toys either play music or perform an action. Anyone desire to move to Japan with me? Actually, let me rephrase that– anyone wish to move to Japan and let me cope with you rent-free? I can prepare and cleanse. I’m never ever going to, but I know exactly how.

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McDonald’s Japan Offering Super Mario Pleased Meal Toys

super-mario-happy-meal-toys.jpg Due to the fact that Japan always gets way cooler things than the remainder of the world, this is the line of Super Mario toys purveyor of barely-burgers McDonald’s will be handing out in the country’s Happy Meals. Right here in the US? No idea, most likely a pamphlet about exercising. All the Mario toys either play music or carry out an action. Anyone want to move to Japan with me? In fact, let me rephrase that– any person wish to move to Japan and let me deal with you rent-free? I can prepare and cleanse. I’m never going to, however I know how.

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Swiss court eases up on Street View privacy concerns, Google says it’s pleased with the ruling

Swiss court eases up on Street View privacy concerns, Google says it's pleased with the ruling

It’s no secret Google’s been involved in a few privacy-related kerfuffles around the globe, but some would say those are just the burdens attached to being one of the big-guns in the industry. Still, Big G can go home to Mountain View a happy camper today, as the Swiss Federal Tribunal has decided to ease up on the company’s usage of its Street View technology in the country. Per the ruling, however, Google will have to make adjustments to its viewing methods, things like making it easier for folks to manually blur images available on Street View, and full anonymity around hospitals, schools, prisons and courts. Naturally, Google says it’s quite pleased with the outcome and that it plans to “look at the ruling closely, discuss it with the federal data protection commissioner and examine what options are available.”

Swiss court eases up on Street View privacy concerns, Google says it’s pleased with the ruling originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 08 Jun 2012 23:57:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Yale Physicists develop quantum computing error correction, are a qubit pleased with themselves

We’re big fans of quantum computing, and hopefully it’s about to get a lot more reliable. Researchers at Yale have demonstrated quantum error correction in a solid state system for the first time. Quantum bits were created from “artificial” atoms using superconducting circuits, these qubits are then given either of the typical bit states of “1″ or “0,” or the quantum state of both simultaneously. The researchers developed a technique that identifies each qubit’s initial state, so any erroneous changes can be reversed on the fly. Until now, errors have been a barrier in quantum computing, accumulating and ultimately causing computational failure. A reliable means of fixing these state changes is essential to developing a computer with an exponential speed-up, and fully realizing the quantum dream. The team at Yale hopes that this research might mean its platform of superconducting circuits becomes the one upon which quantum computing is ultimately built. We, on the other hand, just want our parallel universe.

Yale Physicists develop quantum computing error correction, are a qubit pleased with themselves originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 15 Feb 2012 21:06:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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ARM doubles Q3 profit, sees surge in revenue, is understandably pleased

The news just keeps getting better and better for ARM Holdings. Today, the chip designer reported third quarter net profits of £31.5 million ($ 50.4 million), more than double the £14.8 million it reported during Q3 2010. Revenue, meanwhile, rose to $ 192.3 million — a 22 percent increase over the previous year, and a slightly higher figure than previously expected. In a statement, chief executive Warren East attributed these results to a “continued high level of design activity, with many new customers licensing ARM technology for the first time, driven by end-market requirements for smarter, low-power chips.” Indeed, a total of one billion ARM mobile chips were shipped this quarter (up ten percent from last year), and the company expects to rake in about $ 763 million in total revenue, by the end of 2011. Find figures and facts galore, at the source link below.

ARM doubles Q3 profit, sees surge in revenue, is understandably pleased originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 25 Oct 2011 04:58:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Swedes to start text message-based postage system, girl with dragon tattoo reportedly pleased

The Swedish Postal Service has announced that it will soon replace traditional postage stamps with a text message-based system. The system will work pretty simply — customers will send a text message to a particular number, and a special code will be texted back to them which they can then write on the letter. A spokesperson for Posten AB, the Swedish Postal Service, says the system will work for packages weighing up to two kilograms, and that it will be just as secure as traditional postage. That’s all well and good, but how will they adorn their letters with famous Swedish crime writers?

Swedes to start text message-based postage system, girl with dragon tattoo reportedly pleased originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 08 Mar 2011 22:19:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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[big debate] Got my Boxee yesterday (Nov.13) and very pleased. I'm…

…in Canada so a lot of sites are blocked but I'm happy to report they have linked to the Canadian versions of TV sites so I can watch things (CBC, CTV, Global). I hope they will be adding more – like Space.
gdgt – new in gadgets

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UK’s ITV Not Pleased With Apple iTV Rumors, Says It Will Defend Its IP

As soon as the rumor broke that Apple would be renaming its struggling Apple TV to iTV, to better fit with the company’s i[Device] naming system, I thought to myself, “Isn’t ITV the name of a television network in England that always misses key goals in soccer games?” Yes, yes it is. In fact, the network isn’t too keen on Apple using the name iTV, and has promised to “vigorously defend” its IP.

In an interview with Pocket-link, Mike Large, ITV’s acting group director of Communications, said that it has a “very strong brand, and a highly valued IP.” As such, any move on Apple’s part to re-name the Apple TV could expect to meet a legal challenge.

Keep in mind that Apple has not, in fact, made any such announcement yet, but word on the street is that it will relaunch the Apple TV, giving it access to the App Store and cloud-based streaming of some sort.

Could ITV (the network) simply license its name to Apple, like what Cicso did with the iPhone? It could, sure, but Large says that such a move would “muddy the waters” with respect to its brand awareness.

Looks like Apple could have a bit of a fight on its hands.



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