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Creating a company from the ground up while generating a successful revenue steam is the essence of the American Dream;but if this were an easy task,there would be a flood of employees quitting their “nine-to-fives”to found startups.
The autonomy that comes along with building a business around personal goals,talents and interests is compelling for many workers who are fed up with their daily grind. On the other hand,leaving a stable employment situation can be stressful —and it’s a decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly,even if you’re not entirely satisfied with one or more of the aspects of your current job Read more…
“The way I’m imagining the hoverboard physics is slightly different to the BTTF maglev skateboard,’”said Lord in a comment about the project on Reddit. “It’s more a snowboard with a ‘virtual slope’of the front/back angle of the board. If that works and feels good the player could just get up a ton of speed and then stomp their back foot to get the same effect as going over a jump ramp.”Read more…
Dreamy,ethereal pastel colors are commonly associated with spring and with Easter. The subdued contrasts can make for some beautiful photographs. For our Mashable Photo Challenge,share images that use this soft color palette. New York City photographer William Joos will guest-host this round.
Joos is well known within the Instagram community,where he boasts nearly 45,000 followers on his account.
Prior to the app’s existence,Joos had already been photographing with his Hasselblad camera,which also shoots in a square format. “I can’t even put into words how excited I was the day Instagram came out,”he said. “It’s like they were making an app just for me!”Read more…
In the spirit of Easter and springtime,this week’s viral video recap brings us two experiments with eggs,a Parkour dog enjoying the outdoors,car roof basketball tricks and rap artist Drake on a secret mission
If you’ve ever wondered what Angry Birds would look like with tigers,lions,leopards and more,look no further than the Big Cat Rescue video. Also,see how one dog named Jumpy learned Parkour
Google’s annual developers conference is a big to do in the tech world. Plenty of people look forward to it every single year with lots to do and plenty of fun things to see that revolve around what’s next for Android,Chrome,Search,and plenty of other areas and topics that could be lumped under the Google Umbrella. While this is primarily a developers conference,with many of the sessions and talks pertaining to development ideas,new paths and the advancements developers can take advantage of,there is at least one part of Google I/O that just about everyone shows interest in,and that’s the keynote speech. The keynote is the main attraction,the bread and butter if you will,and always promises to showcase the most groundbreaking new changes coming from Google,whether it be new stuff to do with Android,new devices,advancements for Chrome and Chrome OS,and this year maybe even Google Glass and Android Wear. One thing is for sure,at least part of the Keynote if not all of it should have some exciting stuff to look forward to.
If you end up unsuccessful in this years Google I/O lottery,you’ll still have the opportunity to see the keynote live online,but we know that still isn’t the same as being there. From the Keynote speech,to the OEMs and vendors showing off new things they’ve been working on,the buzz and action of all the people gathering to talk about the future of tech,there’s just nothing quite like being there in person. While I have only been to one I/O event myself since they started,I remember it fondly,purely for the experience of getting to take everything in and meet some new people,and seeing all the new changes coming to Android. If you’ve been to one of the events yourself,then you know how much of a spectacle it can be. What can Google to do to make it even bigger though? It’s already a large scale event,right down to the party at the end of the first day. So how can Google improve the experience? There’s already so much attention to detail that’s undoubtedly been put in place that we wonder if there’s any way they could possibly make it better. Rest assured though even though it’s already an awesome experience to be involved in,Google I/O could still be amplified into an even more exciting event than past years.
At these sorts of events,people love to play with things. If it’s something you can operate,touch,move,control,etc.,people will probably want to play with it. Making sure that there is direct access to play with the fun stuff will surely make people remember being there. Coming from a press perspective,ensuring a stable and fast internet connection can mean a world of difference. From my personal experience the first time around,the internet connectivity was sadly,not quite what you’d hope for. While this is certainly not the highest priority,it does make things easier for those who need to be connected at the event and share all the exciting stuff with the world. What would make I/O this year the most exciting? For me,it would be seeing them show off the Moto 360,Google Glass,and perhaps a new android device or new android build. Even better still,showing off all of it. While it’s unlikely we’d see all of those things at the event this year,it sure would be amazing if they all made appearances.
There will likely be at least a handful of attendees going to I/O this year that will be full fledged Glass Explorers,but what about for those of us that aren’t? It would be great to see some sort of setup to get some hands on time with Glass at the event,which could lead to more excitement for those who have yet to become an explorer. When you get right down to it,no matter what Google does I/O 2014 will likely turn out to be a spectacular event. I look forward to being there on the first day to see what Google has in store,and we look forward to sharing it with all of you. There will be lots to do and lots to see,but what are some of the the things you’d like to see at this years Google I/O? What do you think could enhance the experience?
Digitizing the Vatican’s 40 million pages of library archives will take 50 experts,five scanners and many,many years before the process comes to a close.
The Vatican Library was founded in 1451 and has around 82,000 manuscripts,some of which date back about 1,800 years. It will work in tandem with NTT Data,a Japanese IT firm, to convert the first batch of 3,000 manuscripts. It is expected to take four years to digitize the initial round,though some of those documents will be online toward the end of 2014
This news follows the release of a new radio transcript earlier today,which revealed that the ferry crew did not know how to properly handle the evacuation
Divers finally entered the ferry on Sunday and found 32 bodies,according to the BBC. The scene at the small port in Jindo,South Korea —12 miles from the wreckage of the ferry —is solemn as relatives of the ferry passengers arrive to identify the bodies. Read more…
Feel free to use real eggs or plastic ones from a craft store. You can experiment with any material from paint,glitter and googly eyes to food coloring,fruits and flowers. There are so many fun,creative and easy ways to decorate —your options are endless
Mashable decorated a few eggs of our own this weekend —some using the food coloring-dye technique and others using colored Sharpies. Read more…
Humble Mobile Bundle 5 Is Your Ticket To Great Inexpensive Games
In case you missed it earlier on in the week,Humble Mobile Bundle 5 is here and it offers up some really great games for a very little amount of money. There are six games total as of right now with the promise of more to be added soon in the near future,(something that happens with pretty much every Humble Bundle)so now is the time to get in on this awesome deal. As it stands,there are three games you get access to no matter what you pay,but if you slap down the minimum average of $5.05 you’ll get access to the unlockable titles as well. The regular games are Bag It!,R-Type II,and Aralon Sword and Shadow,and if you pay the average you’ll unlock Carcassonne,The Room Two,and The Cave. Not to mention that paying the average instantly unlocks the new games once they’re added to the pack. The bundle is still live,and we recommend picking it up before the minimum price goes higher. You can hit this link to get to the Humble Bundle website.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Swings Into Action On Android
Gamelofts follow up to The Amazing Spider-Man game that was based off the first film is now here and ready for enjoyment. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 brings eye popping and outstanding visuals along with some intense action filled gameplay,so you can defeat some of your most dastardly of foes,sling web around town and save the day. Experience tons of action in a large 3D open world,kick butt with combo focused attacks and combat,and face off against some of the most memorable Marvel villains in the Spidey universe. There’s lots to discover,and tons of campaign gameplay,and other stuff to keep you busy like local events and suit unlocks. This is one massive game,and if you’re comic fan and love the webhead as much as we do,take a look at this game. It’ll set you back $4.99,which isn’t all that bad considering the prices of some of Gameloft’s most popular game titles is $6.99. You can grab the game from the Play Store link and swing right into action.
Real Racing 3 Gets Lavish New Update With More Exotic Cars And New Events
Just in case you were getting a little bored with the vehicles you’ve amassed in Real Racing 3,the good news is that the newest update that recently launched adds in some new exotic cars for you to try and obtain. New cars wouldn’t be complete without new events to race them in,so you’ll have new tracks to burn rubber and show everyone else what your racing skills are made of. The new vehicles that come along for the ride this update are Caterham Seven 620R,KTM X-Bow R,Ariel Atom 3.5,Ariel Atom V8,the Hyundai Veloster Turbo,the Porsche 911 RSR (2014) and more. For starters,that’s a good set of new vehicles that should prove to be lots of fun to drive. Once you’re ready to hit the track,you can choose to compete in one of the two new events, Road to Le Mans and the Hyundai Veloster Turbo Time Trial. Real Racing as always is free and the update is too,so if you’re free for the rest of the day we just found something for you to do.
Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition For Android Brings Back The Classic RPG Dungeon Crawler
We’ve covered Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition in the past,but up until now all we could do was revel in the greatness that we might soon have our hands on. Earlier in the week the game finally launched in the Play Store,giving those who fondly remember slaying evil foes in the 90′s in this classic RPG on their home computer a chance to relive the adventure. If you want something that you can put some effort and time into,Baldur’s Gate Enhanced edition is your game. There’s over 60 hours of main storyline gameplay alone,plus the addition of two included expansions that gives you even more to do. If you’re willing to drop a little more cash,you can pick up the other four expansions within the game,which should keep you busy till the end of time. Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition will set you back $9.99 initially.
International soccer matches have a reputation for occasionally rowdy fans,but on Sunday Police in Turkey were dealing with a fan uprising not related to the outcome of a game but to a new e-ticketing system.
Fans of the Fenerbahce,Besiktas and Galatasaray soccer clubs took to the streets to protest a new e-ticketing system called Passolig that allows the operator of the system to view the ticket holder’s private data,including their national identity data and banking information
If you love puzzle games you absolutely need to check out the game CLARC from Golden Tricycle. The unique comic style visuals will play nicely with the overall tone of the game,but best of all CLARC will give you hours upon hours of gameplay to tease your brain. CLARC is an action puzzle style game that blends cell shaded comic style graphics,loads of mind bending puzzles,arcade action gameplay and a storyline that you will find makes the game hard to put down.
Tired of games that you beat too quickly? CLARC should be able to help you there as it boasts an impressive 12 hours of gameplay,with 100 puzzles to complete throughout 25 different levels. In this cheeky little robot filled adventure you play as CLARC who is a forklift robot,who sets out on a mission to save the production facility along with plenty of his little robot friends. You’ll encounter tons of enemy robots that seek to take over the Mars based facility,and if you’re going to stop the invading spaceship called M.O.T.H.E.R. you’ll have to solve puzzles to advance. The levels are completely interactive,and the enemy robots are built off of a smart AI so things don’t get boring. Can you help this little forklift robot figure out how to get things back to normal and save his friends?
CLARC is a heartwarming little puzzle adventure that will keep you engaged with the story,and the puzzles will do their job without distracting you from what’s happening with the games plot development. If you’re going to pass certain areas you’ll have to be sure to pick up objects that can help you get passed destructive lasers unscathed. Carrying objects will make you take up more space though,so making it through certain parts may require you to turn CLARC in a particular direction. The best part about the game is that once you pay for it,there are no in-app purchases to be made that can grant you any sort of extras,which we know plenty of gamers are probably happy about. Normally CLARC costs $3.99 but during today’s special Easter sale the game is 50% off,so you’ll only end up paying a total of $1.99. The game was worth it at four bucks,but definitely get it now while you can at the cheaper cost.
There’s nothing better than watching Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen bickering like an old married couple.
In a video that’s trending online,the two icons and longtime friends answer ridiculous questions about each other while participating in a version of The Newlywed Game. As it turns out,even when you’ve known someone for a very long time,you still may not know what their spirit animal is
The video,which was shot at a Buzzfeed Brews event in February,also reveals which roles the two actors would most like to play or revive. Stewart’s was Falstaff,a character who appears in three of Shakespeare’s play,Henry IV,Part 1,Henry IV,Part 2 and The Merry Wives of Windsor,while McKellen’s choice was the Widow Twankey,a female character traditionally played by a man in the pantomime version of Aladdin. Read more…
Xiaomi may be the more popular up and coming brand in the Chinese market,but Meizu has a following all their own and they’re going after Xiaomi with their latest flagship device to come. Both OEMs offer some pretty decent devices at competitive costs,and the two companies seem to frequently offer devices that are in direct competition with eachother. The Meizu MX4 looks to be the newest addition to the lineup for Meizu,and it sounds to be a pretty compelling device if the specs end up being true.
The Meizu MX4 is rumored to be powered either by a new iteration of one of Samsung’s Exynos processors,or it could potentially end up with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 805. Either way it should end up being a powerful enough device to hold up against anything that a power user does with their device,especially when you factor in the rumored 3GB of RAM. Meizu’s CEO Jack Wong has said that the Meizu MX4 will come sporting a larger display,at a size of 5.5-inches and will carry a 2K resolution. This won’t be the first device rumored to come with a 2K resolution display,and it certainly won’t be the last. The MX4 is also said to get an update to a 16MP rear facing camera and a 5MP front facing camera. If it does indeed sport a 16MP rear facing camera,we wonder how well it will stack up to the camera on the back of the Galaxy S5 and other similar devices.
For those that live in the region and often look to either Xiaomi or Meizu for a new device,the MX4 is supposed to come in costing a mere 1,999 yuan which should get Xiaomi to answer back with a similar price on their next flagship if they want to compete. While the price is tentative at this point,at least we have some sort of idea on what it might cost consumers when it launches. Unfortunately for those that like the sound of the price tag,there isn’t any information on exact release dates just yet,so we’ll have to wait a little longer before know when this becomes available. It’s also important to note that these are just rumors at this point,so make sure to take this information with a grain of salt.
I’m flapping my wings. Not hard,but slowly and smoothly. At 25 feet across,my wingspan is so great I don’t need to exert much energy to achieve lift. In the distance,I see an island under an azure sky. This is my home. Off to my west,the sun is setting and the sky glows with warm,orange light.
Spotting movement in the ocean below,I bend my body slightly to the left and begin a gentle dive. As I approach the shore,I spot my prey splashing in the shallows. I lean back,keeping my wings fully extended so I can glide just above the water. I’m right over the fish. I pull in my wings,bend forward sharply and dive into the water. I emerge with a fish in my mouth. Success Read more…
Android 4.4.3 is definitely in the works and on its way,we know that much. What we don’t know is just how soon it will be here,or really how far off we might be from getting the install on our own devices. Some new details have come to light however that point to the update being closer than we might think,as the Google Edu Device setup app has just been updated to support Android 4.4.3. For those who are unaware,the Google Edu Device setup app is for use with schools who purchase tablets for use by students to as part of the Google Apps for Education program. Android 4.4.3 also popped up on the Bluetooth SIG listed with the Sony Xperia Z Ultra the other day as well,so it shouldn’t be too long now before the update begins to roll out starting with the Nexus device line up.
Even though this new Android build won’t likely focus much on anything but bug fixes,those of us who look forward to a smoother user experience while using their devices can’t wait to get our hands on it. The Google Edu Device setup app lists that support for new Google spreadsheets,minor UI updates and bug fixes,and support for Android 4.4.3 in the What’s New section of the changes,so we wonder if some other apps will start to get their updates to support the new version soon as well.
With Android 4.4.3 being referenced a few times within the last week or two,it’s safe to say that we’re probably getting pretty close to the release. It should hit the Nexus 5 first,then likely roll out to the new nexus 7,Nexus 4,Nexus 10,and Nexus 7 2012 edition,and then most likely roll out to the GPe devices thereafter and so on. This might no be the most exciting new Android build,but hopefully we’ll get a chance to see what’s next for Android when the time comes for Google I/O,which is only a little more than two and a half months away. As soon as the Android 4.4.3 update begins to roll out,we’ll be sure to update everybody here.
Some new Samsung products seem to be on the way as we’ve learned by looking at this list of devices being sent to India from South Korea for Research and Development purposes. Some of the devices on the list are ones that have already been released,but there are a good number of unannounced devices on there that have been talked about for months. In addition to some old familiars like the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch that we see listed,and some variations of the Samsung GalaxyAce,there looks to potentially be listings for new versions of the Galaxy S5 in a possible Active,and Neo styles. It is unconfirmed whether or not this is what those particular models are though.
There also looks to be some listings for the rumored Galaxy S5 premium models,both the Samsung SM-G906S and Samsung SM-G906K,which are said to potentially have 2K displays and meant for the South Korean market. Of course any rumor related topics about Samsung devices wouldn’t be complete without a mention of the fabled Samsung Tizen device,which is also believed to be listed here and sent to India for testing,the SM-Z9005. While we likely won’t see anything with the Tizen smartphone here stateside,the Galaxy S5 premium model is rumored to get a possible launch sometime in the second half of the year,which will likely see a global release as it’s part of the flagship device line coming from Samsung.
From what we know about the premium Galaxy S5 already,as we stated above it could possibly sport a 2K resolution display,it’s slated to be 5.2-inches in size which is slightly larger than the original Galaxy S5. On the inside,we could possibly be looking at a 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor,compared to the 801 inside the original Galaxy S5,as well as the Android 4.4 kit kat software build. So far there aren’t many other rumors about the phone or confirmations that it actually exists,but earlier speculations paired with these shipping listings only help to strengthen the possibility that it could really be coming. If the device does turn out to be a reality,could it be the Galaxy S5 device that some were hoping for? As we learn more we’ll be sure to update you.
When we think about wearables today,most of us probably think about the myriad of smartwatch options and fitness bands that are starting to flood into the market. While many of them are extremely compelling and offer something to just about anyone,they still lack the capability to do more for some people. This isn’t a reflection of the quality,but rather due to limitations of the hardware and the software. Most wearable smartwatches are limited by small displays,so you can’t really fully enjoy the experience with apps and other features. Fitness bands are much the same,only their displays are even smaller because they’re meant more for tracking data than letting you interface with them directly.
A new product up on indiegogo right now aims to offer people an option to get the interaction they want out of a wearable that is stylish and functional. The Rufus Cuff is not just a wearable however,it’s more of a wrist communicator as the team at Rufus Labs calls it,and it has plenty to offer that other wearables do not. A large face display for instance,but it’s more than that. It truly does what all other wearables will do and more. Because of the large screen display,anything you do will be easy to interact with and become much more enjoyable. It has a built in mic and a camera on the face,so things like photos or a quick video call to find out what you might need to pick up from the store on the way home are simple and fast,and that’s just the beginning. Because it has a built in web browser,you can even enjoy things like surfing your favorite sites or even check out the latest cat video that the team from your office is begging you to watch. You don’t have to admit you like it,but lets be honest with ourselves,some of them are so damn cute. There I said it.
Just like other wearables,the Rufus Cuff has plenty to offer the fitness buff and health nut. It has the built in gyroscope and acccelerometer,as well as GPS so you can do things like track your steps,calories burned and more. It even supports popular apps like Strava and RunTracker,and my personal favorite,Endomondo. I have written about the wonders of Endomondo before,but seriously,if you use a fitness app or are on the hunt for a new one,it’s time to check out Endomondo. Now that we’re on the subject of apps,let’s talk about what else this thing can do. Well for starters,it runs a full working version of the Android OS,so it won’t just run Endomondo,it’ll run pretty much anything. The Play Store? Yep,it has access to that as well,so you really have almost no limit on apps. That means not only can you catch up on your favorite news site(Android Headlines)with apps like PlayNewsstand and G+,but you can even send messages through apps like Whatsapp or Groupme. Because the Rufus Cuff has built in Bluetooth 4.0,it can connect to your phone for total control and management of things like your phones music playlist,or even trigger the camera to snap a picture remotely.
I could go on and on about the Rufus Cuff. There are just so many things that it can do and so much that it has to offer that we could probably almost write a novel on it. I fell like the main points speak for themselves though. It’s a wrist communicator that has a large 3-inch display making this a truly unique wearable,that even has built in WiFi for those times where your smartphone isn’t around to connect to,(perhaps the battery died?)and the water resistance of the device means that you don’t have to worry about sweating all over this thing when you take it out for a run. The team at Rufus Labs is even working on getting the Cuff certified with an IPX7 rating for more water resistance. The Rufus Cuff certainly won’t be for everyone,that’s a given. For those who want a fully functional wearable though that can boast things like 2GB of RAM and 16GB of onboard storage,plus everything else it has to offer,the Rufus Cuff is definitely worth the time to check it out. Did we mention it runs Android 4.4 Kit Kat? There are just 8 days left if you want to get in on the indiegogo campaign,so we won’t keep you any longer. You can check out the link below for tons more details on the Rufus Cuff like customization options,more features,and pledge to the project funding if you’re interested. If you’re looking for something truly innovative and completely full featured,the Rufus Cuff is what you’re after.
During the week,we consume words in snackable,tweetable bites. But on the weekends,we have the time to take a dive into the murkier,lengthier depths of the Internet and expand our attention spans beyond 140 characters. We can brew a cup of coffee and lie back with our iPads,laptops,smartphones and Kindles.
Since you’re bound to miss a few things during the daily grind,we present to you,in our weekly installation of Mashable Must Reads,a curated list of can’t-miss stories from around the web to read and reflect on. (You can find last week’s must reads here). Read more…
Nearly half an hour after the South Korean ferry started to tilt,some of the crew were still struggling for direction on how to handle the evacuation.
“If this ferry evacuates passengers,will they be rescued right away?”a crew member asked,according to a transcript released Sunday. In response,an official with the Jindo Vessel Traffic Services Center (VTS) said,“The rescue of human lives from the Sewol ferry …the captain should make his own decision and evacuate them. We don’t know the situation very well.”
The newly released transcript highlights the level of confusion that plagued evacuation efforts on that fateful Wednesday morning when the Sewol ferry carrying 476 passengers,many of them high school students,tipped over off the southern coast near Jindo,South Korea Read more…
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