Google Keep

Google has officially released their newest app, Google Keep. Basically Keep is an Evernote competitor that helps you take better notes in either text, audio, or picture form. Google Keep is now available in the Google Play store for devices running Android 4.0 and above. Arstechnica takes a closer look at the app over here.

It looks like Evernote has another competitor in the note-taking game. Though it was leaked only a few days ago, Google has officially lifted the curtain off its Google Keep note-taking service. Keep allows users to quickly jot down ideas, make checklists and voice notes, and archive important photos. Everything is then stored away in Google Drive, and it syncs to all of your Google-linked devices.

Tt eSPORTS and Thermaltake at CES 2014


Kitty Mach from Thermaltake shows off their new eSPORTS products as well as some of the previous generation models to show how far they've come and where they are going. If you're a gamer, make sure you check out our CES 2014 coverage from Thermaltake as they have a lot of good products coming down the pipe.



In the clip below, Shannon talks to us from the Thermaltake suite about their newest cases as well as the digital power supply app and how well they've implemented this feature in their software.


Check out more pictures in the gallery here - as well as more of our CES 2014 coverage here.


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)


Apple Says 9. 300 Don't Lie

Apple claims that "bendgate" was blown way out of proportion and that there were only nine iPhone 6s that were bent. The video below shows that number may be slightly underestimated. I'm sure it's not a huge number when it comes down to it, but it's more than nine. Below is a video of 300 of the nine reported cases.


I love the music more than the Apple carnage.

Microsoft Office for Tablet Now "Freemium"

Microsoft has been giving away their Office software for mobile for a while now and while the platforms tended to be limited to iOS and Windows RT, it looks like it will now extend to the Android world. Although the applications and service will be free, in order to get a "full experience", you'll need to be an Office 365 subscriber. You can even sign up if you want to participate in the Android test.

There are also new features in the Office apps. Dropbox support has been added throughout, in line with the recently announced partnership between Dropbox and Microsoft. Chart customization is also available in all the apps, as a premium feature. PowerPoint gets the ability to add and edit animations, and zoom support in presenter view.

Source: TheRegister (Signup for Office for Android Preview)

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