Author Archives: Chris Burns

Chris Burns is currently head editor for SlashGear and executive editor for Android Community. Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Chris Burns responsible for editorial decisions made for the USA-based day-team of SlashGear and sister-site Android Community. Follow him on Twitter @ t_chrisburns and inside Google+ at http://chrisburns.co/+ for tech, gadget, and design news galore.

South Park season 18 starts tonight: Xbox One is ready

South Park season 18 starts tonight: Xbox One is ready

Supposing you’re one of the thousands of citizens of the United States of America that forgoes cable TV here in 2014, you might be seeking out an alternate source for South Park tonight - or tomorrow morning. The 18th season of the series premieres this evening, after all. Lucky you, you Xbox One-owning user - the Comedy Central app launches this week.

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Selfie for iPhone: Inception for the socially inept

Selfie for iPhone: Inception for the socially inept

When you sit on a bus or train headed to work - if that’s what you do - and you see everyone with their noses down in their smartphone business, what do you think? Do you think wow, it’d be great to have a conversation with these people, they’re my comrades! Of course not. That’s where this new "Selfie" app comes in.

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Polaroid Cube Review

Polaroid Cube Review

What do you do with a cube that fits in the palm of your hand, sticks to metal with a magnet, and takes photos and video? You capture the world around you, of course. You capture it casually, and you capture it with the playfulness and joy that the Polaroid brand has always been about.

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GeForce GTX SLI Bridges aim for gaming customizers

GeForce GTX SLI Bridges aim for gaming customizers

Make with the LED lights from the official source right this minute when you take a peek at the new GeForce GTX SLI Bridges. You may have seen these bridges used on official NVIDIA demo units in the recent past if you’ve been at a major NVIDIA event - Game24, for example. Now they’re coming to the general market.

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When Motorola started to focus on YOU, not carriers

When Motorola started to focus on YOU, not carriers

Back in the year 2012, Google acquired Motorola. It wasn’t just Google’s acquisition of Motorola that changed how they approach product design and software development. It was a single meeting between Motorola’s managers presented the features and specifications of their phones to Google. It was there that everything changed.

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