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  1. Can’t Wait for Google Glass? Don’t. Build Your Own

    Google Glass, and projects like it, promise to be an exciting new future for how humans interact with technology. The problem, of course, is that the future these wearable computers promise isn't here yet, or is it? Tired of waiting, artificial intelligence researcher Rod Furlan built his own prototype of Google Glass out of components already available. The best part? He outlined his process, so now we can all give it a try.

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  2. Designer of iPod Touch Has New Toy on Kickstarter, We’d Like One Immediately

    Just in time for the holidays, Michael Rosenblatt, the lead designer of the first iPod Touch, has a new toy -- Atoms Express. Atoms Express is a modular building toy that claims to let kids "make things that do things." We've always wanted to let kids make things do things! That's the best. It's currently making its way through Kickstarter right now, but maybe we can have it in time for the holidays next year? Please?

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  3. The “Mini iPad Mini” Sounds Too Good to Be True… Because It’s Fake [Video]

    When it comes to Apple, things tend to move very quickly. Apple announces the iPad Mini, and it's available the next week. Apple releases one version of the iPad, and then they release a new one just seven months later. Apple releases a new product, and Apple's critics make funny videos at Apple's expense.

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  4. Is Apple Readying a Smaller iPad or Are We Just Pawns in a Larger Game?

    Since WWDC 2012, all Apple fans have been able to talk about is the possibility of a new mobile device from the company. The device is popularly believed to be a smaller, seven-inch version of the iPad designed to do battle with Google's Nexus 7 and a forthcoming Amazon Kindle Fire refresh. Do we really have new hardware in our future, or is there something larger at work here?

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  5. Custom Fallout Vault Dweller Sneakers Have Dual, Built-In iPod Touches

    For any of you out there looking for the dopest of kicks, I've got good news; we've found them. These Fallout themed shoes, called Vault Dweller Dunks are a one-of-a-kind custom joint by shoe-artists (shartists?) Jacob Patterson and Emmanuelabor. The most noteworthy quality of these sneaks, besides paying homage to what might be one of the best video games series of all time, is that they include two jailbroken iPod Touches as the tongues, each using a Pip-Boy theme because you've got to have symmetry, right?

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  6. Apple Releases iOS 4.3 Ahead of Schedule

    Two days before the iPad 2 hits stores and two days before its initially announced release, Apple has rolled out iOS 4.3 as of 1pm EST/10am PST. Available for the iPhone 3GS, the GSM model iPhone 4, the third- and fourth-generation iPod Touch, and the present and future iPad, the update upticks Safari performance, beefs up AirPlay, enables iTunes home sharing, and broadens Personal Hotspot support to all iPhone 4s. Full iOS 4.3 details here; download it by hooking your iDevice up to your computer and checking for updates in iTunes. (h/t TNW)

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  7. Adult Swim Releases Free App for iOS to Stream Full Episodes and Clips

    Cartoon Network's nighttime alter ego, Adult Swim, home of The Venture Bros.Tim and Eric, Family Guy reruns, and a running gag about a robot humping machinery, released an iOS app that streams full episodes and clips of their shows, as well as provides a schedule if one is inclined to watch their shows on something other than an Apple product.

    The iPad version of the app comes with extremely important extras, such as an Adult Swim music player, a clock, weather info, and a calculator.

    Most importantly, the app is on the market for the super low price of free, which is less expensive than most things.

    (iTunes Store via How-To Geek)

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  8. An Extra Daylight Savings Warning for iProduct Users

    If you don't happen to own an iPhone or iPod touch that you depend on for alarms, please disregard the rest of this message and enjoy the above video of the most boring dads in the world telling you to turn your clocks back with a parody of We Are The World. If you do happen to use recurring alarms on iPhone or iPod, you should know that there's a glitch that will, unless you do a couple of simple things, fail to take into account daylight savings and may make you late. If you live in an area that doesn't observe Daylight Savings Time, I guess you can just disregard this entire post.

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  9. What Kids Want for Christmas This Year: Apple Products

    The results are in from the Duracell Toy Report, an annual report that tracks what kids from ages five to sixteen want for Christmas. The big winner: Apple, which swept the #1, #2, and #3 slots. Who gets their child/tween an iPhone 4, though? Survey results below:

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  10. iOS 4.2 Beta Available for Download (for Developers, That Is)

    Hate to go with two 'someone just released a beta of something' type posts in a row, but it's that kind of day! Apple has released the first developer's build of the much-anticipated iOS 4.2 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch through its Dev Center. Yes, that means multitasking for the iPad, although only iOS developers will be able to download it from thence. Apple has also put out a press release formally announcing AirPrint, the wireless printing architecture that Apple showed off at its fall event. For non-developers, iOS 4.2 will be available to the rest of us as a free download in November.

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