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Saturday, March 31, 2012

2012 Kids' Choice Awards: Miranda Cosgrove

"iCarly" actress Miranda Cosgrove dishes on her dance off with First Lady Michelle Obama. Plus, hear her plans to attend USC in the fall!

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Beautiful Time-Lapse Video Shows Heavens and Earth from Space Station

A stunning new time-lapse video shows off the movements of both the stars and our home planet as seen from the International Space Station.

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Spike Lee Settles With Couple Whose Address He Erroneously Tweeted

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The director has used the social media service to call for justice in the Trayvon Martin case, but an attempt to tweet Martin's shooter's home address put a senior couple at risk.

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Sony outlines Xperia ICS update plans - manual upgrade only, starting mid-April

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Sony Mobile (or Sony Ericsson, as it was known back then) was one of the first Android manufacturers to step forward with a a definitive upgrade plan for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. We've even seen public beta ROMs released for a couple of devices by Sony devs, and active engagement with the community to track down bugs.

Today Sony's offering up more details about exactly when each of its 2011 (and 2012) Xperia handsets will be getting the latest version of Android. The manufacturer had previously promised updates during Q1, but with just two days of the current quarter remaining, it should come as no surprise that things haven taken a little longer than anticipated.

The first Sony devices to get ICS will be the Xperia Arc S, Xperia Neo V and Xperia Ray, starting mid-April. Next up it's the Xperia Arc, Xperia Play, Xperia Neo, Xperia Mini, Xperia Mini Pro, Xperia Pro, Xperia Active and SE Live with Walkman, which will get ICS from "the end of May/early June."

If you've just bought a brand new Xperia S, though, you'll be in for a much longer wait. Sony's new European flagship isn't expected to get ICS until late Q2. As we said in our review, the Xperia S is a phone which sorely needs that ICS update, and early adopters will no doubt be frustrated to find themselves at the back of the line.

Sony also revealed that for 2011 Xperia phones, ICS will be an optional upgrade rather (through the PC Companion app) than a automatic over-the-air update. This is similar to the strategy adopted by Sony Ericsson with the Xperia X10's Gingerbread update. Writing on its Developer World Blog, Sony explains that ICS may actually degrade performance for some users due to increased memory use, and changes to the way SQL databases are handled, so it's not forcing the update on anyone in an OTA.

More technical details are available at the source link, but the upshot is that Sony's giving customers a choice between sticking with the familiar and stable Gingerbread experience, or living life on the edge with ICS. As far as we're concerned, that's got to be a good thing.

Source: Sony Mobile Blog; Sony Developer World



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Deal of the Day ? 27? HP Omni 27 Core i5 Quad-core All-in-one PC

Wednesday’s LogicBUY Deal is the 27″ HP Omni 27 All-in-one PC powered by Intel 2nd Gen Core i5 “Sandy Bridge” CPU for $1012.49. Features:� Core i5-2400S 2.5GHz Quad-core, 1TB 7200RPM HDD, 8GB RAM, Intel HD graphics,Slot-load DVD burner, Wireless-N, 6-in-1 card reader, two USB 3.0 ports,HDMI input/output, wireless keyboard and mouse, Windows 7 Home Premium [...]

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Google Reportedly Targets Amazon and Apple With Online Tablet Store

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Friday, March 30, 2012

Review: 2012 BMW 335i [w/video]

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For The Enthusiast Who Isn't Ready To Embrace The Future

2012 BMW 335i

The 328i is better than the 335i.

We are not the only ones claiming that the entry-level BMW 3 Series, fitted with a clamorous lightweight turbocharged four-cylinder engine, is more agile and tossable than its turbocharged six-cylinder sibling - it appears to many that the segment leader has been displaced by its weaker brother.

Well, maybe.

That big 'maybe,' and a whole bunch of its little 'maybe' associates, are what convinced us to grab the keys to a brand-new six-cylinder BMW and take it home for a week. Our objective was to determine why the muscular 335i, long the performance benchmark of compact sport sedans, was getting its tailpipes handed to it by its four-banger kin.

To solve the riddle, we put more than 1,500 miles on a brand-new 335i Sport configured with a six-speed manual transmission. Of course, we liked much of what we experienced, as the redesign fits the 3 Series very well. But we also exposed a few holes in its once-impenetrable armor - some big enough to let two fewer cylinders slip by. Has the quickest and highest-performing of the non-M 3 Series models really lost its top spot on the palace throne? If so, why would someone still want a 335i?

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2012 BMW 335i [w/video] originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 30 Mar 2012 11:57:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Mo Lawal?s dismissal emphasizes need for Zuffa policy on Twitter

"King" Mo Lawal was cut from Strikeforce yesterday. He received a suspension from the Nevada Athletic Commission for testing positive for a banned substance after his January win over Lorenz Larkin. Shortly after his hearing with the NAC, Lawal called a commissioner a racist b**** over Twitter. According to Strikeforce's Scott Coker, Lawal's reaction was to blame for the dismissal.

Calling a woman the b-word is wrong, no matter the circumstances, which is exactly what I told Lawal yesterday. He's been a friend of mine since long before either of us were involved in MMA, so I told him what I would tell any friend of mine. If you don't want it said about your mother, you shouldn't say it about any woman. Though I don't know if I influenced his decision, he deleted the tweet not long after.

What he tweeted was wrong, but he should not have lost his job, just like Miguel Torres should not have lost his job late last year. I didn't think Torres should have lost his job then, nor did I think Forrest Griffin should have lost his job over a tweet about rape, or Rashad Evans over his comment about child abuse, or Joe Rogan for calling me the c-word, or White for calling MMA reporter Loretta Hunt the b-word.

What every one of these cases called for is punitive action. Some combination of a reprimand, a fine that will benefit the aggrieved parties, a public apology, a suspension, and corrective action like sensitivity training would be more appropriate than being fired. The offender would be more likely to learn something from their offenses than if they suddenly have to look for a job, or if there had been little done about the offense.

The problem, once again, is that Zuffa has no policy on fighter (and commentator) behavior. A fighter doesn't know if he's crossed the line until he's crossed it. Fighters can't even learn from each other's actions because there is no consistency on how incidents are treated. Considering how White called Hunt the same word that Lawal to describe the commissioner and then never apologized for it (he only apologized for using a slur against homosexuals), how could Lawal know Zuffa would have a problem with it?

The UFC usually holds their fighters' summit in June. It's the end of March. They have a few months to formulate a policy that is clear and fair to fighters.

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T-Mobile highlights upcoming Ice Cream Sandwich updates for the HTC Amaze 4G and HTC Sensation, offers no release dates

T-Mobile ICS Updates

With Ice Cream Sandwich slowly making it's presence known around the world on various device, T-Mobile has now gone ahead and presented some information for HTC Amaze 4G and HTC Sensation owners. The support documents for both devices have just been updated to let everyone know a forthcoming Ice Cream Sandwich update will eventually be available for both.

HTC has said all of this in the past so it's not as if any big secret was revealed, though it is nice to see T-Mobile getting things in order. Sadly, they forgot to mention any dates for release but as noted above, have advised the documents will be updated accordingly when things get closer.

Source: T-Mobile (1), (2) via: Android Police



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OnStar FamilyLink Expansion

Family Link is a new service that will allow subscribers to stay connected to their loved ones when driving an OnStar-equipped vehicle.

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Thursday, March 29, 2012

Epson Reveals World's First Android-Based Wearable Display

What if Android were everywhere? It also is. It's in car, on tablets, on phones, and now, even in glasses. Epson has just launched the Moverio BT-100 See-Through Display, which is based on Google's mobile OS. It's called the world's first Android-based see-through wearable display, and it uses micro-projection technology and an Android-powered...

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TUF and Bellator 61: Friday night fights talkback thread

Now that fighters have made it into "The Ultimate Fighter" house, they can start working towards their goal of winning TUF. Their journey starts tonight as the fights will be shown live on FX.

Bellator continues their season by starting the middleweight tournament on MTV2. Standouts to watch include UFC veteran Maiquel Falcao and the arm collector, Giva Santana.

Also tonight, the semifinals of the NCAA Division I wrestling tournament will air on ESPNU and ESPN3. With all of that going on, Cagereaders will have plenty to talk about. Use this post, Facebook or Twitter to discuss everything going on in a "slow" weekend for MMA.

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Windows Phone Marketplace now available in Iceland and 12 other countries

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Here's some good news for those of you in Bulgaria, Iceland and a handful of other countries: the Windows Phone Marketplace has just arrived at your doorstep. Microsoft heralded its arrival in a blog post today, enumerating a grand total of 13 new markets: Bulgaria, Costa Rica, Croatia, Estonia, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, Ukraine, and Venezuela. Today's announcement comes just a few months after the Marketplace launched in Argentina, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Peru and the Philippines, expanding Windows Phone's global coverage to a total of 54 countries. If you live in one of these newly minted markets, you can find out how to configure your handset at the links below. Some developers may be befuddled as to why the App Hub hasn't been expanding as fast as the Marketplace, but according to Microsoft's Todd Brix, the delay can largely be attributed to regulatory red tape. Fortunately, though, the company's global publisher program will allow devs to create apps for countries where the Marketplace isn't yet available. For more details, check out the coverage links below.

Windows Phone Marketplace now available in Iceland and 12 other countries originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 28 Mar 2012 23:53:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Jeff Bezos Plans to Recover Apollo 11 Rocket Engines From Ocean Floor

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Rubio endorses Romney for president

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, a rising Republican Party star and a favorite among conservatives to round out the party's ticket, endorses Mitt Romney for president Wednesday evening.

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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Valentino Opens Rodeo Drive Flagship Store

Red carpet regulars like Nicky Hilton and Ciara celebrate the designer's new store in Beverly Hills--and show off their Valentino dresses.

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Man of Action Studios Expanding its Reach With 3 New Projects (Exclusive)

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The creators of "Ben 10" and the upcoming "Ultimate Spider-Man" are developing the comic "The Great Unknown" as a film with Mark Gordon Productions; graphic novel "Kafka" as a potential TV series and "Disco Destroyer" for MTV's LiquidTelevision.com.

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