This week on Diggnation, we get into the ol' TV debate! And, because why not, crazy cocaine infused Tweets from Paris Hilton! The top stories of Digg.com include a new solar system discovery, Roku cuts prices for a possible Apple TV upgrade, Borders cuts e-Reader prices as Kindle goes to Staples, and deep fried... wait for it... BEER!
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Ford is back to sponsor the show again this week. We've shown you a bunch of footage of us using the Fiesta this summer... it's a lot of fun to drive and is packed with technology. Speaking of, one of the coolest things about the Fiesta is the SYNC technology and they are upping the antae every day. A few weeks ago Ford announced a collaboration with 'Tech-Shop', an open access workshop that provides creative minds access to work space, tools, and machinery to dream up and develop their latest inventions. Ford's collaboration with TechShop is centered around tapping ideas from outside the automotive space to come up with first to market new technologies such as SYNC and an example of Ford's overall open innovation model. We've had a lot of fun with the Fiesta and SYNC technology so far and, with things like their TechShop collaboration, we are excited to see what future innovations Ford has in store for us. Thanks again to ford for sponsoring this week.
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Read Paris Hilton's Twitter update, shortly after being arrested for cocaine possession in Las Vegas, "In bed watching Family Guy. Love this show.! So hilarious! Stewie is my favorite :) love his accent." Yeah, I know. A period AND exclamation point? So f*^ng wrong.
European astronomers on Tuesday said they had found a distant star orbited by at least five planets in the biggest discovery of so-called exoplanets since the first was logged 15 years ago. One of the planets is nearly the mass of Earth.
The beer is placed inside a pocket of salty, pretzel-like dough and then dunked in oil at 375 degrees for about 20 seconds, a short enough time for the confection to remain alcoholic. When diners take a bite the hot beer mixes with the dough in what is claimed to be a delicious taste sensation.
Roku announced today that it is dropping the prices of its line-up of set-top boxes. The pricing changes come just days before Apple is rumored to be unveiling a major revision to its Apple TV set-top box based on streaming content.
Borders has slashed the prices of E-Readers Kobo and Aluratek by $20, illustrating just how meh they've become in the tech world. The price drop is nothing new--both the Kindle and Nook, Amazon and Barnes & Noble's market leaders, have seen their prices slashed recently, and they're thought to be the most exciting brands in the sector. But who does the news bode worst for?