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Show Us Perfect Symmetry for Our Photo Challenge

Thursday, October 31st, 2013

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The theme for this week’s Mashable Photo Challenge is symmetry. Wherever you go, look for perfect geometric balance around you, both horizontal and vertical.

See also: 18 Image Compressors to Speed Up Your Website

While much of nature is rarely symmetrical, manmade objects like buildings often are. Parallel lines, leading lines and reflections are just a few examples of symmetry we’ve seen in photos

Follow the directions below to submit your photos by Monday, Nov. 4, at 12 p.m. ET. We’ll feature some of our favorite ones on Mashable, as well as on our Facebook album, Pinterest board and Google+ page Read more…

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EXCLUSIVE: Greyson Chance’s Tribute to Sinatra

Thursday, October 31st, 2013

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Bloomberg Businessweek’s Obamacare Cover Is Perfect

Thursday, October 31st, 2013

Bloomberg Businessweek's Obamacare Cover Is Perfect

In case you haven’t noticed, it’s been kind of a rough year in Washington. And it’s especially rough for one guy in particular. Freshly inaugurated and Instagram-friendly, President Obama promised a new, tech-savvy future for America. The latest cover of Bloomberg Businessweek pretty much sums up how that’s working out.

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AT&T offering free Galaxy Tab 3 with high-end Samsung phones

Thursday, October 31st, 2013

Galaxy Tab 3

7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 free with Galaxy S4, S4 Active, Note 3 or Note 2 on contract

AT&T's hoping to pick up a few extra subscribers in the run up to the holidays by offering a free Samsung tablet to buyers of four of the company's leading Galaxy smartphones. From today customers picking up the Galaxy S4, S4 Active, Note 3 or Note 2 on a two-year plan (or through the AT&T Next installment program) can claim a free 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 tablet (also on contract). The deal is available from participating stores today and will be extended to AT&T's online presence in the near future, the carrier says.

The Galaxy Tab 3 7-inch isn't Samsung's highest-end tablet and we weren't exactly blown away by the Tab 3 series when reviewed the them earlier this year, but you can't really argue with free. The promotion runs until Jan. 9, 2014.

Source: PRNewswire


    







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Eminem And Kendrick Lamar Play Dirty On ‘Love Game’: Hear It Now

Thursday, October 31st, 2013

Their first collaboration, off The Marshall Mathers LP 2, is all about sweet, sweet revenge.
By Rob Markman

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Bing begins roll out of HTML5-enhanced search interface

Thursday, October 31st, 2013

Bing transitions

Bing’s new HTML5-and-CSS3-enhanced search interface, which was first demonstrated back in September 2010 to showcase the power of IE9, has started to roll out.

The most notable addition to the new interface is is smooth page transitions — the fade in and out — and navigation tabs (maps, images, videos, etc.) now persistently float at the top of the page. WinRumors is also reporting that a feature reminiscent of Google Instant search is being added to Bing, with page elements smoothly transitioning in and out as you type in your search query.

If you want to try out the new Bing UI, your best bet is to set your locale to United States – English and pray that you’re part of the initial roll out. Alternatively, just wait a few days until MIX 2011, Microsoft’s Web developer conference, which is when the new Bing UI should be officially launched.

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SMS, iMessage, BBM, Skype, Line, Twitter, Facebook: Which messaging systems do you use? [Poll]

Thursday, October 31st, 2013

SMS, iMessage, BBM, Skype, Line, Twitter, Facebook: Which messaging systems do you use? [Poll]

My life is a series of dissonant beeps and buzzes. My friends and family contact me via Apple’s iMessage or old-school SMS, which are at least both built into the same Messages app on iOS, and the former of which at least has a desktop app on OS X. We use Microsoft’s Skype as our office phone system at Mobile Nations, so I that’s firing away pretty much 24/7 as well (ironically, almost never because of our friends at Windows Phone Central). My colleagues over at CrackBerry use BlackBerry Messenger, so I get those too now. And, of course, the folks at Android Central use Google Hangouts, as do some of my legacy GTalk friends, so I get those in the Hangouts app, and erratically via Jabber in OS X Messages. (I get the occasional AIM there as well. Old school style.)

Twitter Direct Messages come in throughout the day as well. As do occasional App.net messages. Once in a while a Facebook message will join them.

Then there’s the wide world of communications and chat apps which seldom if ever cross my radar. The KakaoTalk and Lines that are so popular in Asia, the WhatsApp and Pinger and WeChat as well. Hell, even the Snapchat. (This must be what my parents felt like after finding out what music I was listening to when I was a kid.)

Unlike email, there’s no universal protocol that “just works-ish” in every client. Almost every messaging service is garden walled up unto itself. Even if I knew what Line was, I doubt I could just log in with my iMessage ID and suddenly have all my contacts and messages just show up in their interface. Or my Skype chats show up in BBM. Or whatever.

And that sucks, literally, because it means I have to either leave a multitude of battery-draining apps open and the notifications that go with them, or risk finding important messages too late to really do anything about them. It’s fragmented. And, frankly, it’s maddening.

So that brings me to this poll. How are you handling your communications? Your instant messages? Your chats? Are you using a multitude of services like me? Or have you gotten every that matters to you all in one place, and that’s it? Vote up top and then give me the details below. How are you managing your messaging?


    







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Watch: ‘X-Men: Days Of Future Past’ Director’s Trailer Commentary

Thursday, October 31st, 2013

Bryan Singer walks us through the first preview for the upcoming super hero sequel.
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Bellator 106: Emanuel Newton’s Law will prove King Mo knockout ‘wasn’t a fluke’

Thursday, October 31st, 2013

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Redskins Owner to NFL Commissioner: No Plans to Change Name

Wednesday, October 30th, 2013

Washington Redskins Owner Daniel Snyder told NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday that he has no plans of changing the team’s name when the two met about the Redskins name.

According to a Washington Post report:

According to one person, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because neither the league nor the team publicly confirmed the meeting nor discussed what happened in it, Snyder reiterated to Goodell that he has no plans to change the Redskins’ name.

A second person with knowledge of the meeting said the focus was not on changing the team’s name but declined to elaborate. The meeting was designed, another person familiar with the situation had said Monday, for the league to gather information on the team’s plans for dealing with the issues involved, including assessing and addressing opposition to the name.


    







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