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900 Classic Arcade Games - In Your Browser

The Internet Archive has put together a collection of classic arcade games that you can play for free - all in your browser. These games range from awesome "Q-Bert" to "Frogger", "Golden Axe" and even "Kung-Fu Master". If you want to get your classic game on, take a look at the link below. Also, make sure to check out their Historical Software Collection, that includes classic games as well as classic OS'.

The game collection ranges from early "bronze-age" videogames, with black and white screens and simple sounds, through to large-scale games containing digitized voices, images and music. Most games are playable in some form, although some are useful more for verification of behavior or programming due to the intensity and requirements of their systems.

Source: InternetArcade (Archive.org)

 

How Many Microsoft Products Can You Buy for one iPhone?

In a desparate attempt to show that their brand has value, Microsoft has put together an infographic that shows you just how much Microsoft gear you can buy for the cost of a single iPhone. You'll get a new Lumia phone, a case, headset, music streaming service, bluetooth speaker, Office, NFC tag, an Xbox and a bit more... all for the cost of a single iPhone. I'm sure that most people would be happier with the iPhone though.

Microsoft Bundle

(Image credit: Neowin)

 

Source: Neowin

60 Complex Questions to Ask Your Virtual Assistant

Siri, Cortana and Google have been put in a cage-match that determines who is the best virtual assistant. I know that Siri has some really cool features while Google seems to be a bit more useful. I'm not sure where Cortana fits in, but if if you want to see who is the best and being your buddy, take a look as they try and figure out just what you're talking about.

The 60 questions used in this complex virtual assistants comparison include questions like “Find the limit of 5x/(1+x^3) as x approaches infinity,” “How does mindfulness reduce depression?” and “Tell me an argument for and against the claim, ‘It is morally permissible to kill one innocent person to save the lives of more innocent people.’”

Source: BGR

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Live Action Trailer

If you're one of the 40% fewer people who are excited about Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, you may enjoy this live action trailer. I've got to admit, I think I might like to play it for a day.

 

Thin Around the Edges

In this race to see who can get the thinnest border and the largest screen on a smartphone, there are many competitors. One such company has some very sick stuff coming out in the new year, and that is LG! The phone they have coming up has a .027 inch bezel and a 5.3 inch 1080p screen! For the moment they have the thinnest edge but this is the world of electronics after all and I'm sure that will change shortly.

The face of next year's LG flagship smartphone could incorporate a bezel so slim it's barely there at all. The hardware-maker is showing off its latest creation, a 1080p HD 5.3-inch display with a .7mm (0.027-inch) border. Yes, the same thickness of a stick of lead from a mechanical pencil.

Source: CNET

Flighty Apps

For almost every conceivable task there is an app than tries to make it easier. Some apps, such as Songza, help you to find the name and artist of a song simply by letting the app listen to it, but don't you wish there was an app like this for birds? It just so happens there is. It is called Warblr and can identify what bird is caterwauling by it's call.

Warblr is an audio recognition app for birdsong. We're using tech to connect people with nature and gather data to aid conservation.

Source: Kickstarter

Action Comes Full Circle

Have you ever whimsically imaged having an action cam that could catch every angle of your awesome stunts? Now there is the perfect product for you! Well maybe. It is the PIXPRO SP360 from Kodak and can capture 1080p HD video from all 360 degrees around!

“See and experience your world in a whole new light. Introducing the KODAK PIXPRO SP360 Action Cam designed not only to capture what you love to do, but much more of it! Immerse yourself and record 360º of HD video without the need for multiple cameras. KODAK PIXPRO Digital Cameras - Tell your story.”

Source: Kodak

Weigh in on Crashing

We all know that North America is getting heavier and heavier, partly due to the fact of a lot of fast food consumption, and this leads us to crashes. How can we have proper crash tests when the dummies are all so slight? Well, in the States they have thought of this and now have larger crash test dummies. Instead of fixing the problem, let modify the test to include unhealthy subjects.

"The newest dummies can have over 130 channels of information," says Chris O' Connor, CEO of Humanetics, the world's leading producer of dummies. "So the amount of data is up four or five times what it could years ago." Humanetics work with insurance and academic institutions to analyze the ever-increasing data. This allows them to establish and prioritize the most common injuries, but also the most common victims.
 
Source: CNN

Grand Online Theft

There is talk, as is common for us humans, that online games are where the money is and this may be true. It seems that Take Two Interactive Software may be learning from the massive success of World of Warcraft by releasing Grand Theft Auto Online. Online games are king for the moment, but is this just a fad or a norm?

GTA Online's success gives Take-Two a product similar to Activision's World of Warcraft, itself one of the most successful online video games ever made. That game, which is set in a medieval fantasy world, attracted as many as 12 million gamers at its peak in 2010.

Source: CNET

Spilling the Apple-Cart

Apparently Microsoft’s lack of secret keeping skills cannot be blamed on them, but on Apple. The tech giant seems to have a product that they are going to release that is related to the ‘Microsoft Band Sync’ App in Apple’s store. It seems that tight lips is yet another trait that Apple themselves do not have. On the plus side; this is something neat to look forward to!

An app called 'Microsoft Band Sync' was just spotted in the Apple Mac App Store and looks to be the companion app for Microsoft's rumored wearable. We're expecting Microsoft to announce some kind of wearable within the coming weeks.

Source: WindowsCentral

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