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Ikea’s Uppleva TV will be a smart TV, have video streaming apps

Ikea’s Uppleva TV will be a smart TV, have video streaming apps

When you think of Ikea, you certainly don't think of the latest innovations in consumer electronics. Or do you? If you're familiar with the Uppleva TV, perhaps your perception is already starting to change. Originally announced earlier this year, the Uppleva will be the discount furniture retailer's first big foray into the world of electronics, but don't worry - you won't have to put all the diodes and electrical connectors together.

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Brydge turns your iPad into a little MacBook Air

Brydge turns your iPad into a little MacBook Air

There's certainly nothing new about a keyboard case for the iPad. In fact, not too long ago Logitech unveiled its own similar product called the Ultrathin Keyboard Cover. We've already reviewed the product and found it to be very nice. A new product has turned up on Kickstarter called the Brydge and at least to my eyes it's a much more attractive and interesting product.

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5th Ave Frogger resurrects painful memories

5th Ave Frogger resurrects painful memories

You remember the classic game Frogger, right? An experience that required huge amounts of concentration and often resulted in tears of frustration. Tyler DeAngelo has taken the game and given it a modern spin. Instead of using randomly generated cars, why not scan actual cars that drive along 5th Avenue and plug that data in?

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Sparrow for iPhone released

Sparrow for iPhone released

Popular Mac mail app Sparrow has jumped to the iPhone, promising a more streamlined way of checking your Gmail, iCloud and other accounts. Navigated by swipes and gestures, the app stacks virtual layers of inboxes, folders and messages, and flicks through threaded conversations using up and down swipes.

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iMovie 1.3 for iOS Review

iMovie 1.3 for iOS Review

The newest update to iMovie was announced right alongside the first glimpse we had at "The new iPad", also known as the iPad 3, and with this update came updates that include 1080p video support, nine Theater view templates, and a selection of high quality soundtracks. This update brings these lovely abilities to both of the two newest iPad models, iPhone 4 and later, and the 4th generation of iPod touch. This update also requires that you download iOS 5.1, an software upgrade that's being pushed to all compatible devices the day of its announcement as well.

UPDATE: SlashGear's review of the new iPad here.

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Apple introduces iPhoto for iPad, updates iMovie and iWork

Apple introduces iPhoto for iPad, updates iMovie and iWork

Apple is pretty busy showing off plenty of new apps and games for what they are simply calling "the new iPad" and have just detailed a few important ones. Announcing the extremely popular iPhoto is available for the iPad and will only be $4.99 -- available today. If you didn't think you could create on the iPad before, you certainly can now. Plenty of new features are available not to mention updates to iMovie, iWork, and Garage band.

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Wii Projector Mapping turntable setup has us dazed

Wii Projector Mapping turntable setup has us dazed

There's a brand new method for blowing the minds of your music-loving constituents, DJs of the world, and it's been set up with projectors, a set of turntables, and some Wii remotes. What you've got here is a user interface which uses projected light unto your turntables to bring an interactive experience unlike any other, both enhancing and expanding your party rocking experience. Have a peek at how definitive this rocking experience is going to be for the future of in-person plate spinning, and note that the music comes from no less than Mark Morris.

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Windows 8 logo shows Microsoft’s back to basics

Windows 8 logo shows Microsoft’s back to basics

Refined, minimalistic or just plain bland: Microsoft's new logo for Windows is prompting far more reaction than you might expect from four skewed squares. Revealed yesterday after a spate of low-profile leaks, the logo is - according to Microsoft's Windows team itself - as much an homage to the earliest, pared-down graphics of Windows 1.0 as it is a nod to the Metro UI that has become the theme of Windows Phone, Xbox LIVE and, soon, Windows 8 itself. Complaints about the new logo have generally centered on its insipid lack of distinctiveness, but according to the designers themselves this is merely the first step of many incoming changes.

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