Archive for Mar 29, 2013

Temporarily disabling Gmail’s new compose window: here’s how

Temporarily disabling Gmail’s new compose window: here’s how

We all hate change -- that's an evolutionary fact. We're all programmed to develop habits, and when those habits are interrupted, our bodies tend to not like that. However, change is a part of life, and eventually we adapt to various changes, but some people may not want to give them up just yet. If you don't like Gmail's new pop-up compose window, you can actually disable it temporarily.

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Steam to come pre-loaded on Razer Edge

Steam to come pre-loaded on Razer Edge

Though it's not entirely difficult to go ahead and download the software for yourself from your friendly internet browser window, gaming environment Steam will be coming to the Razer Edge gaming tablet built-in, right out of the box. This is a significant move by both the folks at Razer and the members of Valve that've agreed to push their Steam app to the hardware right out of the box as it's the first time said software will have done such a thing.

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2014 Corvette Stingray: GM talks authentic design

2014 Corvette Stingray: GM talks authentic design

The opportunity to design a new, next-generation Corvette doesn't come along too often, particularly when it's the iconic Stingray, and so GM has wasted no chances in putting together a car that demands performance benefits from every aesthetic decision. SlashGear caught up with GM at the New York International Auto Show to take a look at the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray coupe and convertible and talk authentic design - inside and out - with the execs responsible for guiding the changes in the new model.

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Facebook event to reveal “real” Android app (not a phone)

Facebook event to reveal “real” Android app (not a phone)

If you've been following the Facebook press events that have occurred over the past couple of years, you know one thing is rather apparent: they love to hold press conferences. Zuckerberg and the Facebook crew have held press conferences for everything from the opening bell on their IPO top an announcement about possible Facebook couponing. Here's the long and short it, it being the April 4th Facebook event: if Facebook wanted to make a Facebook phone, they wouldn't do it like this.

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US summer camp helps tech addicts unplug and detox

US summer camp helps tech addicts unplug and detox

Ever feel like you're glued to the computer way too much? Maybe it's distracting you from going out and meeting new people. Either way, if you're looking to change some things about your computer-using habits, a new summer camp in California looks to help you unplug and detox your brain from information overload.

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NVIDIA Project SHIELD goes wild with The Conduit HD

NVIDIA Project SHIELD goes wild with The Conduit HD

If you were waiting for an ultra-sweet shooter made to take away any thoughts you had that Android was a lesser environment than these so-called full-system PC operating systems, NVIDIA has got just the thing for you. Here we're seeing The Conduit HD, revealed here working on NVIDIA's Project SHIELD on Android - that's not even streamed, it's straight from the system! Have a peek at this undeniable action thriller on none other than the NVIDIA Tegra 4 right this minute.

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LG Optimus G2 appears in benchmark-dominating leak

LG Optimus G2 appears in benchmark-dominating leak

If you were thinking about trading in that recently-dominant LG Optimus G or Google Nexus 4 for a brand new monster soon, look no further - the LG Optimus G2 may be on the way quick! If you've been working with the LG Optimus G or the basically-the-same-hardware LG Nexus 4, you know good and well that Qualcomm and LG work rather well together under the hood. Now with the benchmarks we're seeing today, their team up (so good Google had them make the Nexus 4) is back with a second wave!

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