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2018-01-16 20:23:00| Engadget

If you get excited by cool vinyl video game soundtracks like we do, you're in luck. Mondo, the company behind the amazing Contra vinyl and that fantastic The Last of Us box set, has just partnered with Ubisoft on Far Cry 5. Starting today, January 16...

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2018-01-16 20:22:18| Advertising Age - Homepage

The Dallas Mavericks are getting on the cryptocurrency bandwagon.Mavericks owner and tech entrepreneur Mark Cuban tweeted "next season" after a Twitter user asked him Tuesday when fans of the National Basketball Association team would be able to purchase tickets with Bitcoin."True," Cuban answered to an emailed question from Bloomberg News on whether the team would accept Bitcoin payments. "And we will be taking Ether as well. As far as tokens, we will be taking tokens originated by companies we have business relationships." Continue reading at AdAge.com

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2018-01-16 20:18:10| Coudal Partners Blended Feed

Trailer for the film Nostalgia

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2018-01-16 20:11:41| Advertising Age - Homepage

Marketers around the world following the Consumer Electronics Show this year might have been wondering whether to double down in their dealings with Google or Amazon. But any product manufacturer that is focused on its long-term relevance needs to be praying Samsung's approach is the one that wins out in the end.The press coverage coming out of CES 2018 this month made it seem like Google and Amazon were all that mattered at the show. Google's marketing blitz, featuring flashy digital billboards outside hotels such as the Cosmopolitan (a haven for marketers) and 20-foot-tall voice-activated prize machines led some to name it the show's unofficial champion. TechCrunch gushed before the show started, "Google Has Planted Its Flag at CES," while the show concluded with Recode wondering, "Did Google Assistant Win CES 2018?" The coverage of the Google-Amazon rivalry was everywhere, with Wired saying that "the war is on," Yahoo Finance describing how the two "duke it out" and Mashable declaring that the "arms race is heating up." If that was the top story at CES, it was a very slow year given that Amazon released its Echo in 2014, and Google released its Home hardware and Assistant software in 2016. I kept reading the coverage and wondering if the press only now discovered that the two U.S. technology titans compete with each other.What's particularly disappointing with the coverage is that while some outlets took the liberty of decrying Apple's lack of visibility at CES, they neglected to mention Samsung's strategy as an alternative. Consider The New York Times, which answered readers' mail. In addressing a question about Apple, the Times wrote, "This year, Apple doesn't seem very relevant here. The show now revolves around Amazon and Google and their battle for domination with voice assistants." Those two may be the biggest winners, but they're not the only options. Continue reading at AdAge.com

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2018-01-16 20:04:00| Gizmodo

The original Super 8 camera inspires nostalgia in every graying beardo with aspirations to make a film. The format was introduced back in 1965, and before VHS camcorders killed it in the 80s, it was the film stock of choice for budding filmmakers and family life chroniclers. A new Super 8 camera released 30-some yearsRead more...

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2018-01-16 20:04:00| Engadget

Apple is still struggling to improve working conditions at its suppliers. Both China Labor Watch and Bloomberg report that Catcher, a key supplier for iPhone and MacBook casings, makes workers endure harsh safety conditions and unfair work terms in...

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2018-01-16 19:59:57| digg

The two might have depicted themselves as rivals, but they were trying to save a failing company.

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2018-01-16 19:59:57| digg

The man who's become late night's conscience talks about the awkwardness of shedding tears on TV, hosting the Oscars in the era of bad men, and the honor in having a small penis.

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2018-01-16 19:59:57| digg

Secret compartments are great, but we have to ask: If you need this many, what exactly are you doing at work?

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2018-01-16 19:55:00| Gizmodo

There may be at least half a million pieces of man-made junk orbiting this planet. Tiny pieces can travel around 10 kilometers per second, far faster than a bullet. The International Space Station has had to adjust its orbit just to avoid the stuff. People are rightfully concerned about what to do with all thisRead more...

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