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Snapkeys is a Mind-Reading Imaginary Keyboard

Snapkey’s 2i typing system is an extremely awesome and rather beautiful interface for words to flow freely from your mind into your iPad or iPhone (or Android) – if it does exist.

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Portal’s “Still Alive” Song in Minecraft. Music Block Win!

Minecraft’s recent update brought note blocks to the game world. That changed the game’s tune, if you get my drift. YouTube user Tritext989 made the song “Still Alive” play in game using note blocks. Downloads after the break!

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Is GOG.com up to something? Are they bringing in some rather nice text-based adventures? Conjectures and theories will lead us only that much close to the answer…

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Minecraft is a phenomenal passion project of one man: Markus Persson. It has now sold one million copies and is still in beta!

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With banners stretching across The Pirate Bay and other free speech and pro-piracy websites as well as 4chan’s notorious /b/ board, it is safe to assume that January 15th will be quite the red-letter day in the history of the free society movement. Actively denouncing aggressive copyright policies and standing up for ideas rather than authorship, the protest aims to be so large that the traditional media will have to cover this activism. Anonymous calls people all over the world to peacefully protest on the streets of their city for these ideals.

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What do you do if you have insane computer programming skills, an Xbox Kinect, a copy of Minecraft and lots of free time? Hack the Kinect to make statues of real life objects in Minecraft, of course…

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Payoneer has been used as a decent alternative to PayPal whenever it stops serving to Indian customers. Recently, Payoneer announced that the RBI is creating trouble to Payoneer and that it will stop serving Indian customers too. Although Payoneer maintains that this is a temporary block, users with Payoneer accounts in India with money in the account are in a fix. This post shows a couple of ways via which you can get your money back!

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The Razer Switchblade Concept PC Will Blow Your Mind

The Razer Switchblade is a beautifully new ultra mobile PC concept with a keyboard much like the Optimus Maximus. The keyboard on the Razer Switchblade adapts to the game that you are playing on the go. Playing games such as WoW, Quake and Warcraft III will be painless on the go with the Razer Switchblade. Hit the break for more photos and videos!

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Recettear: An Item Shop’s Tale did so well that they sold a hundred thousand copies, and is probably going to have a follow-up game called Chantelise!

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Review: Angry Birds for PSP

“The survival of the Angry Birds is at stake. Dish out revenge on the green pigs who stole the Birds’ eggs.” Angry Birds arrives on the PlayStation Store as a Mini game for $3.99. Is this port worth your money? Read on to find out!

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The Tor network can be spied upon, a new study revealed. The anonymity network can be “hacked” into if an eavesdropper is willing to go the lengths. Read on to find out more.

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Nintendo says that their upcoming handheld console, the 3DS, may have adverse effects on developing children’s eyes due to its 3D technology.

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The Sony PlayStation 3 Finally Hacked

The Sony PS3 has finally been hacked by a group of hackers. They showed off their findings at the 27C3 hacker conference, showing how the PS3 can be jailbroken without a dongle. This is great news for Sony PS3 homebrew developers. Videos of the presentation after the break!

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Ninja moves from the sword’s point of view

How would it be to watch a swordfight from the point of view of the swords’ tip? Well, the video on this post is the closest you can get to that happening. At Swordfish 2010, a few users strapped a video camera to the tip of a sword and executed a few slick moves. The result: the video.

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“My Blackberry Isn’t Working” and Other Literal Puns

Comedy where brand-names are taken literally are funny. Comedy that involves current gen technology names that are mocked by eighty year old gentlemen is funnier. Watch this hilarious technology spoof involving real vegetables courtesy The One Ronnie!

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