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Featured Android Game Review: Robo5 [Brain & Puzzle]view story

http://www.talkandroid.com –     We have already covered a few games from Animoca, but a new one recently hit the Google Play Store called Robo5. This is a steampunk influenced puzzle game in which you play a robot in a strange decaying future world. Your job is to climb mountains of boxes and crates. Each level presents a different scenario, and you need to get to the top in order to advance to the next level. (IT news)

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How to get EMU 1212m, 1616m, or 1010 to work with Ubuntu 12.10?view story

http://askubuntu.com – All of these models actually use the same exact PCIe card. I happen to have the 1212m model. It worked great in Windows, but unfortunately, Creative Labs E-MU only offers Windows drivers for this particular card. I have switched to using Ubuntu as my main desktop for a while now. (HowTos)

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Streaming Music Service ‘Daisy’ Raises $60 Million, Spins Out Of Beats Electronics As Standalone Firmview story

http://techcrunch.com – Project ‘Daisy,’ the streaming music service built internally by headphone and speaker maker Beats Electronics, has received a $60 million investment round that it is using to spin out as a standalone company. The news was announced in a written release from Beats, confirming a report on the funding by the Verge’s Greg Sandoval issued earlier in the evening (the Verge’s rep (IT news)

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[IDEA] What are some of your unique launcher ideas?view story

http://forum.xda-developers.com – There a lot of launchers available to the public, but about 90% are either the same or a Icopy or Windows phone copy. I want to know some of your great ideas! And who knows, a dev might see this and make one if them. (HowTos)

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Framebench Is A Google Docs For Creative Collaborationview story

http://techcrunch.com – Framebench is a newly launched platform for creative collaboration, specifically aimed at those working in digital agencies and other creative design firms. (IT news)

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Meet The Next 10 Companies To Come Out Of StartX, Stanford’s Student Startup Acceleratorview story

http://techcrunch.com – Stanford’s student startup accelerator, StartX, had its eighth demo day tonight in Palo Alto, showing off the latest class of 11 companies* to go through the program. The accelerator, which just raised another $400,000, has already had about 100 startups go through, raising $100 million along the way between them. (IT news)

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What Games Are: Games Need Their Nielsensview story

http://techcrunch.com – Editor’s note: Tadhg Kelly is a game designer with 20 years experience. He is the creator of leading game design blog What Games Are, and consults for many companies on game design and development. You can follow him on Twitter here. In the age of better metrics for games, some developers take it too far and let the numbers make their creative decisions. This generally leads to trouble. (IT news)

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Free, Open-Source Digital Textbook Provider, Boundless, Releases Its Content Under Creative Commonsview story

http://techcrunch.com – Since first emerging early last year, Boston-based startup Boundless has been on a mission to give students a free alternative to the financial and physical costs of bulky backpacks brimming with pricey hard-copy textbooks. (IT news)

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Professional Graphics Creation on Linuxview story

https://www.linux.com – Some of Linux's most brilliant crown jewels are professional-quality graphics-creation applications. There is far more to multi-media production on Linux than GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program), the beloved drawing and painting program, though it seems that is all there is because it gets all the attention. (Software)

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Nokia Releases 3D Print Files For Lumia 820 Smartphone. Got A 3D Printer? Custom Print Your Own Removable Shellview story

http://techcrunch.com – Now this is cool: mobile maker Nokia has released 3D print files for one of its smartphones so owners of 3D printers can custom print their own removable shell. (IT news)