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Archive for November 8th, 2009

Ayo sapa yang lagi butuh netbook murah.. silahkan mampir aja ke IndoComTech 2009, dari tanggal 4 sampai hari ini… tgl 8 November 2009…

Mulai netbook dari 2jt’an.. sampai dengan 4jt’an.. available dah.. tinggal gesek.. or tinggal bawa cash.. hmmmm.. prefer bawa cash aja.. sejauh yg terlihat… ATM-ATM disana.. penuh antrian terus..

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    Hudson Hongo on Sploid, shared by Hudson Hongo to Gizmodo
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    Casey Chan on Sploid, shared by Casey Chan to Gizmodo
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    I can’t even begin to explain what the hell is going on in this clip made by Steve Smith and Jerry Paper for Adult Swim because holy mother it gets freaking weird. All I can tell you is that there’s a digital human head (or at least, like, the skin, eyeballs, and teeth of a human head) being put through tests that… Read more...
    Casey Chan on Sploid, shared by Casey Chan to Gizmodo
  • Breathometer ordered to refund purchases of its breathalyzers as part of FTC settlement Januari 24, 2017
     Breathometer, a startup that quickly rose to prominence due to an appearance on Shark Tank, has agreed to a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission in which it will offer refunds for mobile-connected breathalyzer devices the company sold from 2013 to 2015. The two products — the Original ($49) and Breeze ($99) — were marketed as devices that could dete […]
    Ryan Lawler
  • The Gorgeous Silhouette Shots of One of the Best Cinematographers of All Time Januari 23, 2017
    Roger Deakins is a cinematographer who’s worked on films such as The Shawshank Redemption, No Country for Old Men, Sicario, Skyfall, and many others that you’ve probably seen and loved. He has 13 Academy Award nominations for best cinematography and is responsible for so many beautiful shots and gorgeous films over… Read more...
    Casey Chan on Sploid, shared by Casey Chan to Gizmodo
  • Here's Why Some Scientists Refuse to Just 'Stick to Science' Januari 23, 2017
    The incoming administration and science do not get along. President Donald Trump has already met with vaccine critic Robert Kennedy Jr., called climate change a hoax on several occasions, once said that environmentally friendly light bulbs cause cancer... the list goes on. Read more...
    Ryan F. Mandelbaum
  • FTC Says This Smartphone Breathalyzer Is Actually a Bunch of Bullshit Januari 23, 2017
    The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) slammed Breathometer on Monday for making false claims about the accuracy of its breathalyzer products, the Original and the Breeze. Read more...
    Michael Nunez
  • Five Years Later, Google Finally Remembers Google Voice Exists Januari 23, 2017
    Google Voice used to be one of Google’s best tools: The idea of having a single phone number for all of your devices was handy and uncomplicated in a time of extremely frequent communication. Unfortunately, over the years, Google let the nifty little voice service fall into relative disrepair—until today, that is. Read more...
    Christina Warren
  • Trump Appoints Anti-Regulation Net Neutrality Enemy to Head FCC Januari 23, 2017
    Amidst the torrent of news and announcements and wailing and gnashing of teeth that has come since the inauguration of President Donald Trump, here’s another shitty thing: Ajit Pai, an enemy of net neutrality and overall opponent of regulation, will be Trump’s pick to lead the Federal Communications Commission, the… Read more...
    Libby Watson
  • Time Inc-owned Viant acquires mobile ad company Adelphic Januari 23, 2017
     Viant, the ad tech company acquired by Time Inc. last year, just announced an acquisition of its own. The company has reached an agreement to buy Adelphic, an ad startup focused on mobile and cross-device targeting. “Adelphic will bring superior media execution capabilities to Viant’s advertising cloud platform as one of the only DSPs built mobile-first,” s […]
    Anthony Ha