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ShadowMe Lets You View Anyone's Twitter Feed From Your iPhone

Stop pretending like you’re not a social media stalker. That person you have a crush on. That head honcho you interviewed with. That celebrity you’re utterly obsessed with. Thanks to ShadowMe, you can now use your iPhone to see what they see on Twitter.


Star Wars And Disney Fight To The Death In Bizarre NMA World

Any NMA take on Disney’s acquisition of LucasFilm is bound to be very strange, but the finished product is even stranger than you could imagine. Backroom deals made in a strip club. Yoda strong arming George Lucas. Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the Avengers brawling with Yoda, Darth Vader and Han Solo. And Ronald McDonald? Just watch it.


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The Clear To-Do App Is Now Available On Mac

If you were a fan of Realmac’s Clear to-do app for iPhone — in all it’s minimal, gesture-filled UI glory — you’ll be happy to know that the app is coming to OS X on November 8, with iCloud support so that it will sync seamlessly with your phone.


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Paper For iPad Now Lets You Sketch With A Bluetooth Stylus

Paper is one of the iPad’s best proof of concepts when it comes to apps taking advantage of what the hardware can do. Now, it just got a little better.


64-Bit Smartphone CPUs In 2014

The Cortex A53 and A57 are ARM’s latest and greatest mobile chipset designs, another important leap in its quest to get its mobile chipsets closer in performance to desktop CPU. Designed for single-core or multi-core configurations, the products made from these designs will be the first mobile chipsets to support 64-bit processing.


The Weirdest Hybrid Gadgets Of The Last 40 Years

The Microsoft Surface has arrived. It’s been touted as the perfect compromise between laptop and tablet. (From what we can tell, that’s not quite the case.)


Is This Google's Nexus 10 Tablet?

BriefMobile got its hands on what it says is the upcoming Google Nexus 10 tablet. Supposedly manufactured by Samsung, the tablet is said to have a dual-core 1.7GHz Samsung Exynos processor, a 2560×1600 retina-grade display, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, a five-megapixel camera, NFC and Android 4.2, which is still called Jelly Bean.


How Many Social Networks Do You Actively Use?

There’s a social network for everything. There are multiple social networks for any one thing. There are too many goddamn social networks. How many of them do you actually participate in?


Could DNA Hacking Be Used To Wipe Out World Leaders?

In this month’s issue of The Atlantic, there’s an interesting theory put forth in a story about biowarfare. Drawing on advances in genome decoding, the previous revelations that any stray materials containing the president’s DNA are frequently destroyed, and that Hilary Clinton has ordered the collection of DNA from other foreign leaders, the Atlantic posits the idea that the next evolution in biowarfare will be the development of personalised bioagents designed to attack specific strands of DNA. The strands of world leaders.


This Is The iPad Mini You Should Get

The iPad Mini is just a shrunken down iPad 2 in a lot of ways, but it is a different device with uses that will be somewhat different. So what do you need in an iPad mini? We think we have it figured out.