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Google patents ads that offer a free ride to your next shopping spree

Having items shipped to our door when we order them — or even before — is nice, but a new Google patent flips things around and offers potential buyers an immediate trip to the store. Apparently, Mountain View’s toying with the idea of arranging …

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Google patents ads that offer a free ride to your next shopping spree

Having items shipped to our door when we order them — or even before — is nice, but a new Google patent flips things around and offers potential buyers an immediate trip to the store. Apparently, Mountain View’s toying with the idea of arranging …

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Google patents ads that offer a free ride to your next shopping spree

Having items shipped to our door when we order them — or even before — is nice, but a new Google patent flips things around and offers potential buyers an immediate trip to the store. Apparently, Mountain View’s toying with the idea of arranging …

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Inside Google’s Military Robot Buying Spree

Dec. 16 (Bloomberg) — Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu reports that Google has purchased robot maker Boston Dynamics on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance…
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Yahoo’s mobile spending spree continues with Astrid to-do app

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Yahoo has not been shy about acquiring mobile app companies, and the latest is a relatively popular to-do app called Astrid. The announcement comes just over a month after Yahoo acquired Summly, which the company has already leveraged into a feature in its own news app. What will happen to Astrid is less clear right now, though the mobile company implies that it will be shutting down the service in 90 days and says that Yahoo will be issuing refunds to some of the people who have purchased premium packages.

Astrid also says it will “be in touch with users shortly to share how to download data.” The app was (and still will be for a short while longer) available on both iOS and Android, with a focus on voice-input. It also included some…

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Four Smurfs Arrested In Australia After Mini Crime Spree

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Mini, get it? Because they’re Smurfs and Smurfs are small.

Seen here looking even dumber than they did in my mind prior to seeing a picture, three of the four teenage Smurfs that were arrested following a crime spree in Australia are seen on a 7-11′s security footage. The Smurfs was arrested after trying to hotwire a car. Oh, and beating up a guy who gave one of them a free cigarette but wouldn’t light it. Wait — so he gave you a cigarette, and then you beat him up? Those might be the worst manners I’ve ever heard of. Thankfully, the blue man group turned themselves in after the security camera footage was released and they realized they were the world’s saddest criminals and would probably benefit from a little butt-love in the clink. I hereby sentence you to…death at Gargamel’s hand, MWAHAHAHAHA! “Jesus, GW, don’t you think that’s a little steep?” *looking at picture* No, no I do not.

Hit the jump for the security camera footage of them buying energy drinks and scratching their asses.

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Microsoft continues invitation spree, asks us to attend its Windows Phone 8 launch event on October 29th

Microsoft continues the invitation spree, asks us to attend its Windows Phone 8 launch event on October 29th

Can we call October the Month of Metro, even if Microsoft isn’t really keen on the idea? Hot on the heels of its Windows 8 invitation, the company is asking us to head out a 2nd time to see a street-inspired OS, inviting us to Windows Phone 8′s formal launch on October 29th in San Francisco. The teaser doesn’t state much about exactly what Microsoft will certainly show, although there’s a real possibility we’ll get firmer launch timetables– not to discuss even more opportunities with the Nokia Lumia 920 and HTC Windows Phone 8X than looking lovingly at their house screens. You can be sure that we’ll state back with the full details.

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ATM Glitch Allows Man To Overdraw $1.5-Million, Idiot Loses It All On A Gambling Spree

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Ronald Web page is a male. A man who discovered a gambling enterprise ATM that enabled him to constantly overdraw his account towards chips till he might handled to acquire over $ 1.5-million. So exactly what did he do? Exactly what any other f \*\*\* ing idiot would– lost it all in a betting binge.

Imprisoned of theft of bank funds totaling $ 1.5 million, Mr. Page now waits for sentencing set for June 27. Local 10 reports that prosecutors have actually suggested a 15-month prison sentence due to the fact that they believe “Web page had a lapse of judgment and [Bank of The united state] the bank was at fault for enabling this to occur.”

Listen: if you EVER BEFORE stumble upon an ATM that lets you withdraw funds you do not have, here’s just what you do: TAKE IT ALL, FAKE YOUR DEATH, AND FLEE THE COUNTRY. Exact same chooses if you discover your roommate’s porn stash.

Thanks to Tommy T., who agrees that silly bastard should be on an oceanfront immediately drinking cocktails out of a coconut.



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Polyphonic Spree melds music video and Choose Your Own Adventure in new iOS app

Anxious to get your ears on new tunes from The Polyphonic Spree? Join the crowd. For those in possession of an iOS device, you can have a listen at the freshest of the fresh (“Bullseye”), while entertaining yourself all the while. As artists look for ever-changing ways to get their points across, this particular group has teamed up with Moonbot Studios in order to create an interactive, character-based narrative music video. It’s a Choose Your Own Adventure novel, layered atop a music vid; hit the source link to get your download on.

Polyphonic Spree melds music video and Choose Your Own Adventure in new iOS app originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 18 Jul 2011 02:03:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Microsoft goes on a hiring spree for new Xbox hardware devs, staffing up for next console push?

Before you go leaping to any conclusions, do remember that Microsoft plans on keeping the Xbox 360 going until at least 2015 so we’re not really talking imminent changes here. Nonetheless, the software giant has listed a plethora of new job openings, with the most interesting ones being at its Mountain View research campus, where a team responsible for “defining and delivering next generation console architectures” is looking for fresh blood. A graphics hardware architect is sought to ensure that the next Xbox strikes the optimal balance between the awesome and affordable, while a design verification engineer and a few others will be hired to test and help develop prototypes. This bolstering of numbers seems to indicate Microsoft is starting to ramp up research and development on its next-gen home entertainment linchpin, and while nothing’s likely to emerge from those Mountain View labs in the short term, the mere sound of clanking tools and buzzing electrons is getting us excited already.

Microsoft goes on a hiring spree for new Xbox hardware devs, staffing up for next console push? originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 08 Mar 2011 04:50:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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