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Date: 2013-03-06
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Is This The Tablet For You?
Right before Christmas my tablet, an Iconia A500 died (just a couple weeks after the warranty ran out of course) and I was faced with the task of choosing its replacement. The timing was great because the latest iPad was out,several new Android tabs were being released and Microsoft was just about to start shipping the Surface. All have some very compelling aspects and I like all three platforms, but as I already have had several android tablets and a lot of apps for that system, my focus and ultimate decision was towards the Nexus 10 from Google. Since there were plenty of 'First Looks', 'Quick Peeks' and such being written already, I wanted to spend some more time with it before actually evaluating it. This review is really my perspective on using the tablet, what that experience has been like and finally was it worth the money.
7 Apps You Wont Want to Miss This Week
We rundown this weeks top apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone, including Harlem Shake madness, streaming YouTube to your flatscreen and white-knuckle racing on your smartphone.

Preserving Groningen's History through Film
Cultural heritage is a community's legacy. Something we live with today, and what society will eventually pass on to future generations. Acting as custodians of the past, archive centers around the world are tasked with not only storing content, but also making it accessible. Groningen Audio Visueel Archief (GAVA) is one such facility in the Netherlands responsible for looking after more than 24,000 audiovisual items relating to the region of Groningen, which are kept on formats varying from nitrate film base to digibeta. Founded in 1992 as the second regional AV archive in the Netherlands, GAVA specializes in cataloging and preserving sound and video programs about the province of Groningen, as well as productions created by residents from Groningen. In addition to acting as a repository, the center is also tasked with making all of its archived footage available to broadcasters, artists, museum organizations and businesses online.
Apple Settling In-App Purchasing Lawsuit and Other News You Need to Know
Apple has announced it will settle the class-action lawsuit over in-app purchases, Google is further developing its music streaming service, and someone???s trying to end the Harlem Shake craze.
Google in Talks to Launch Internet Radio Service
Search-engine giant Google reportedly wants to compete in the internet radio game. Sources tell the Wall Street Journal that the company is in preliminary talks with major record labels in an attempt to compete with streaming services like Spotify and Pandora. Gillian Pensavalle has the story.
Team Bungie Forgets They Have Arms At PS4 Conference, Women AWOL
The internet is aflame with claims that Sony may be sexist, due to the absence of female presenters at the 2013 Sony Playstation Conference. Twitter responds in force. Also, famed game developers, Bungie, made a very awkward presentation, where none of them seemed able to move their arms. Hilarity ensued. Follow me on Twitter! @JennieDoomsday

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