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Google’s startup brings sightseeing app to Glass

Google Glass, a spectacle-like computing software drawing plenty of consideration, can serve as an automated tour guide with the lend a hand of a new application from slightly-recognized startup hatched throughout the web’s strongest firm. The app, known as “box go back and forth,” is being released Wednesday by using Google-owned Niantic Labs for the ten,000 folks at present checking …

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Ultimate Hi-Fi Meets the Digital Age – Yamaha Flagship A-S3000 Amp and CD-S3000 CD Player

Yamaha supplier of the United States, AV Division, has announced its new flagship A-S3000 integrated amplifier and CD-S3000 CD/SACD player at the CEDIA Expo 2013. The announcement comes in as Yamaha celebrates its a hundred and twenty fifth 12 months anniversary. These flagships hi-If fashions are built with knowledgeable craftsmanship, rock stable development and the perfect-sounding components to present audiophiles …

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Acer to launch 8.1-inch, 32GB Windows 8 tablet soon

Acer to launch 8.1-inch Yesterday, we reported that Microsoft would be working on a 7.5-inch Windows 8 tablet in order to compete with Apple’s iPad mini and Google’s Nexus 7, both of which have been runaway hits. It turns out that this isn’t the only small-sized Windows 8 tablet that we’ll be seeing.   An “accidental” listing on of …

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Acer Iconia W3: Have keyboard, will travel

Acer Iconia W3 The Iconia W3 on display. TAIPEI, Taiwan — Acer is attempting to differentiate itself in the highly competitive tablet market with its new Iconia W3. The company says the tablet, which debuted at the 2013 Computex show, delivers desktop PC capabilities and is the first 8.1-inch tablet running Windows 8. In a nutshell, the W3 is compatible …

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Good Old Games now supports Mac, kicks off with approximately 50 games

Mac Favorite Of Mac Everyone’s favorite DRM-free digital games distributor, Good Old Games, is now offering support for just over 50 games on Mac OS-based machines. That means that classics like Syndicate and the Wing Commander series are now offered through the service, not to mention new classics like Botanicula andThe Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings. To kick off the launch, GOG’s offering a variety …

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