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Clever Kinect Hack Brings This Guy’s Full Body Into Virtual Realityview story

http://techcrunch.com –  It’s one thing to bring your mind into virtual reality. Get some snazzy VR goggles in front of your eyes, bump the framerate up high enough — bam, you’re a good part of the way there. But bringing your body into the mix? Thats a whole different challenge. Crack that one, and you’ve got yourself a holodeck. (IT news)

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Flappy Bird Creator Promises Game’s Return – With Multiplayer And Fewer Addictive Qualitiesview story

http://techcrunch.com –  It’s Episode XVII of the Flappy Bird Saga, and this time the formerly recalcitrant (he’s on a media tour at the moment) creator of the addictive game is promising the game’s return, eventually, complete with multiplayer. (IT news)

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Fab Unveils Private-Label Products And A Physical Showroom In NYCview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Senior executives at design-oriented e-commerce startup Fab.com are in the midst of determining what the company’s future could look like in a series of strategy meetings this week. But that’s not stopping it from moving forward with a bold new initiative to introduce a series of private-label and exclusive products for its customers. Read More (IT news)

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MakerBot Scores Sesame Street As The First Big Partner In Its 3D Printing Storeview story

http://techcrunch.com –  If MakerBot CEO Bre Pettis’ dreams come true, we’ll one day see a 3D printer in every home. And when you’ve got a 3D printer in every home, what do you need? Things to print, of course. A few months back, MakerBot set out to launch a store front for premium 3D printable objects — sort of like an iTunes for 3D printing, if you will. (IT news)

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Ask Pinterest Anything? Site Tests Q&A Featureview story

http://techcrunch.com –  Jelly, Quora, Yahoo (sometimes to absurd ends), and others have looked to question-and-answer services as a way to boost user engagement and advance conversations. Now another player could be entering the fray: Pinterest has confirmed to us it is testing out a new Q&A feature, too. (IT news)

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Windows XP’s Enterprise Market Share Slips Under 10%view story

http://techcrunch.com –  According to security firm Qualys, Windows XP's market share among enterprise-level corporations has slipped under the 10 percent mark, falling from 10 percent in April to "close to" 8 percent in May. Read More (IT news)

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TalkAndroid Daily Dose for May 14, 2014view story

http://www.talkandroid.com – With hectic schedules, it can be hard to keep track of everything in your news feed. That’s why we created the TalkAndroid Daily Dose. This is where we recap the day’s hottest stories so you can get yourself up to speed in quick fashion. (IT news)

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AT&T’s HTC One (M8) receiving update that fixes Google Drive bugview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – The bug that was preventing AT&T owners of the HTC One (M8) from redeeming their 50GB of Google Drive space is now getting fixed. The carrier is pushing an update to the device after approving it from HTC. After installing the update, there is a chance that your free storage is still not there. (IT news)

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Flappy Bird will return to the Play Store in Augustview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Flappy Bird had a short life in the Play Store before developer Dung Nguyen took it down in February for it being “too popular,” but it’s making a return. (IT news)

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S series could be unveiled next monthview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Earlier today the Wall Street Journal reported that according to JK Shin, the Galaxy S 5 is doing quite well. Samsung has sold 11 million units to date. (IT news)

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OnePlus CEO Peter Lau explains how the One costs just $299view story

http://www.talkandroid.com – The OnePlus One costs just $299 without a contract. At that price, it is still a handset with respectable specifications. So how can OnePlus do such a thing? It is quite simple. The amount of intermediaries is so small for the company. (IT news)

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Monument Valley is now available in the Play Store after a very successful iOS runview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Need a new game to put your brain to work? Look no further than Monument Valley. The game, which has gotten a ton of appraisal on iOS, is finally available for us Android folks. It costs $3.99 and is well worth the price since there are no purchases beyond that. In Monument Valley, players navigate the character through architectural mazes while there are optical illusions and other obstacles. (IT news)