Monopoly lets you play without paying so much attention, Verizon started selling the iPhone, China is building a giant data center, Woopra gets a notifications upgrade, new bloggers join the Livid Lobster family, the first all-3D TV network launches, a way to fit 25 cameras onto one phone, and our new live show debuts!
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The classic game Monopoly has a new tech spin that lets players pay a lot less attention to the board.
Thursday, Verizon stores started selling iPhones. As they escape into the wild, what will this mean for the Verizon network?
A new data center is being planned in China that will be the size of a city. The cloud just got a lot bigger!
The newest upgrade to Woopra allows you to get notifications at your desktop even if the app isn't open.
B&H Photo is like Disney World for geeks! Whether you're interested in photography, video, audio, or whatever, you'll find more at B&H than you would have ever dreamed was available.
It had to happen - February 13 will see the launch of 3net, the first all-3D TV network.
Pelican Imaging has worked out a way to fit 25 micro cameras into a phone for radically improved photos.