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Google Aims Directly at Apple
Google I/O 2013 showcases updates to Google Maps, Google Now, and Hangouts that will all be on iOS. Check out the iOS 7 concept video that's worth watching, and an iPhone 5 case giveaway!
A Quick Breakdown of Google Glass
Brian Tong gives you an introduction to Google Glass and some of its really cool functionality. The real question is whether you'll want to wear it.
CrunchWeek: Google I/O and the Square Stand
TechCrunch writers Leena Rao, Ryan Lawler, and Drew Olanoff discuss the week's biggest news stories.
Why Yahoo Has Snatched Up Tumblr
Yahoo announced it will purchase Tumblr for $1.1B. Why does Yahoo want the blogging site? Where did it get the money? What plans does it have for Tumblr's future? WSJ's Jason Bellini has "The Short Answer."
Inside the New Google Maps
The new Google Maps is visually overhauled and amped with cool tricks that make finding your way that much easier.
Apple Chief Hits Back in Tax Row
CEO Tim Cook has spoken out in defence of Apple, after a Senate committee accused the company of using "a complex web of offshore entities" to avoid paying billions of dollars in US income taxes.
Rettinger's Rants: Cable TV's Useless Channels
Jon R is back with an all new show where he rants and raves on various topics in and out of the tech world. On this week's episode, Jon rants about the lack of choice in current cable/satellite TV. Basic TV is great but sometimes you really want to watch a sports game that isn't available locally or watch a show that is only on cable networks. So you signup for a cable or satellite package that gives you access to those channels you want to see plus another 100+ channels you don't care about.
An $11,111 Coffeemaker: Java Not Included
The limited-edition Blossom One promises the perfect cup of joe for the most discerning of java snobs. Charles Passy joins Lunch Break to review the $11,111 coffee maker.
NEC’s Latest Phone Sports Liquid Cooling
The NEC Medias X-06E uses a liquid-filled heat pipe to radiate heat away from its quad-core processor. It will be available in Japan on NTT Docomo in late June.
Is Facebook Trending in the Right Direction?
On the anniversary of its IPO, mobile is taking off on Facebook. So why did revenue decline last quarter? WSJ's Jason Bellini has "The Short Answer."
Simulate a Cafe Environment to Get More Work Done
Need to concentrate on your next paper but don't have time to go to the nearest cafe? Take a look at today's website pick.
Waterproof Kyocera Hydro XTRM Review
Available from U.S. Cellular, this 4G LTE handset features a 5-megapixel camera and is both waterproof and shockproof.
Hands On With the Lenovo Horizon "Tabletop" PC
Lenovo's new "tabletop" PC is an all-in-one that transforms your living room table into a touchscreen gaming center. But is this big PC worth the big price tag? AllThingsD's Lauren Goode reports.
Compress Video and Audio With the Finder
The OS X Finder offers simple options to compress video and audio files. You can use this to quickly re-compress these files before archiving them or sending them to others. These simple functions only work with some file types and offer limited options.
Free Disk Mounting and RAM Disk Tool
Have tons of RAM but don't know what to do with it? Try making a RAM disk with today's software pick!
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