Cougar goes back to basics with stripped-down 600K mechanical gaming keyboard

In a bid to squeeze out every little piece of the gaming PC market, Cougar has taken the wraps off an easy to master mechanical keyboard aimed at “purists.”

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All hail the Allfather! AMC says yes to a pilot for Rogen & Goldberg’s take on Preacher

The long-awaited Preacher television series based on the groundbreaking comic book is moving forward with a pilot commitment from Breaking Bad network AMC.

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Costumed Donkey Kong actor suing Nintendo for his broken heart

Parker Mills, an actor hired by Nintendo to wear a Donkey Kong costume at a 2013 LA Zoo event, is suing the gaming giant for damages due to stress from improper working conditions.

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‘The Beast of Turin’ awakens: 28.5-liter Fiat roars to life after 100-year dormancy

Brit Duncan Pittaway has released a trailer for his upcoming automotive heritage film, ‘The Beast of Turin.’ The star of the show is a massive, 28.5-liter Fiat four-cylinder from 1910 that produces something on the order of 300 horsepower.

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Mr. Bond, your car is ready: Aston Martin DB10 unveiled as 007’s Spectre ride

The Aston Martin DB10 is a limited-edition model created specifically to appear in the new James Bond movie “Spectre,” due out next year. It may preview future Aston styling as well.

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The last toothbrush you’ll ever need has a reusable handle, compostable heads

The Goodwell Company’s compostable toothbrush has a handle that was designed to last a lifetime, while the replaceable attachments are biodegradable; the toolkit includes a flosser and tongue scrapper, too.

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Portland Starbucks addicts can now order eggnog lattes with an app

Starbucks addicts can now order their coffee with the new Mobile Order & Pay app update. Mobile orders only work in Portland, Oregon so far, but Starbucks plans to roll out the update nationwide in 2015.

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Video game’s leading man gets the role of a lifetime: He is Bread

Troy Baker, leading man of virtually every major game of the last few years, has taken on a career-defining role: a slice of bread in Bossa Studios’ upcoming ‘I am Bread’.

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James Bond takes on Spectre as the cast and car of the next 007 are revealed

The next James Bond film will be titled Spectre and feature a cast that includes Christoph Waltz in a mysterious role and Dave Bautista as Mr. Hinx.

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Ready for a new Nissan Z? Brand executive hints at multiple engines for 370Z successor

Nissan’s 370Z is a lovely car, but it’s getting a bit long in the tooth. Statements by Nissan executives hint that the Z car’s successor could feature multiple powertrain choices, including a turbocharged four-cylinder and entry-level four-banger.

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AirDroid 3 lets you mirror your entire Android phone on your PC

AirDroid 3 has found its way into Google Play, and if you didn’t already use this must-have app before today you’ll probably have great incentive to start now. The biggest change by far is the addition of new native applications for Windows and Mac OS. Whereas before you’d need to log into your AirDroid server through a web browser, this will give you a native interface that should be a lot more fast and open up a few new possibilities.

One of those possibilities? The ability to mirror your Android phone on your PC. AirDroid has always facilitated alerts about incoming calls and the ability to view and, but this update takes it a step further by allowing you to respond to incoming text messages or answer, dismiss or mute a call from your PC.

AirMirror

Otherwise, AirDroid 3 grants access to your phone as if it were shoved inside your computer display. The feature does require root, but that’s a small price to pay for sweet functionality like this.

Also featured are end-to-end encryption, notification mirroring (in case mirroring the entire phone doesn’t do it for you), a tweaked user interface for the Android app, improved file transfer and, of course, your usual round of bug fixes and performance improvements. Google Play has everything you need right here, but be careful — the burst of awesomeness headed to your phone could cause fainting.

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HTC “Hima” flagship outed with Snapdragon 810, 3GB of RAM, 20 megapixel camera and more

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Another day, another ridiculous HTC rumor. This time, Upleaks has come forth with information regarding an HTC Hima, a flagship device that may or may not eventually become the next successor in HTC’s successful One lineup. While we don’t get any flashy leaked press photos, we do get a nice plate of specs to salivate over:

  • Snapdragon 810 chipset with Adreno 430 GPU
  • 3GB of RAM
  • 20.7 megapixel rear camera, 13 megapixel or Ultra Megapixel front camera
  • 5-inch 1080p display
  • 2,840mAh battery
  • Android 5.0 Lollipop with HTC Sense 7.0

Doesn’t sound too shabby. If this is, in fact, to be considered the spiritual successor to the HTC One M8, it’s in heavy contrast to a supposed specs leak we reported on earlier in the week. The biggest discrepancies have been in areas of the display resolution and battery capacity, though both rumors suggest nearly-equal horsepower under the hood.

The above specs make us a little wary considering everyone expects HTC to join the 2560 x 1440 display instead of repeating their effort from yesteryear, though to be quite honest 1080p still looks just as crisp as anything needs to look at that small of a size.

Of focurse, it’s jsut as likely none of these reports are accurate and we still have no idea what to expect out of the Taiwanese OEM’s design rooms. HTC’s expected to tell all once Mobile World Congress kicks off in March of 2015, so we’ll have a while yet before any of these rumors are crushed by reality.

Gift idea: the insanely thumpin’ Supertooth Disco 4 Bluetooth speaker for $54

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Kicking off yet another day of Phandroid’s Gift-a-Day Giveaway, we’re not only giving you guys a great new gift idea, but another chance at winning some awesome prizes. Today we’re giving you our editors pick for the best Bluetooth speaker under $100: the Supertooth Disco 4 Bluetooth speaker.

With so many Bluetooth speakers on the market, you may find yourself overwhelmed by the sheer amount of choices available. They come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, products like the Bose Sound Link Mini, Logitech UE Boom or the Beats Pill (seriously, stay away from that one). Just about all these have their pros and cons but the one thing they have in common? They’re all about $200. Because we wanted to give our best ideas to gift out, we wanted to keep the price as low as possible. Without sacrificing sound quality, of course.

Supertooth Disco 4 Bluetooth Speaker $54

Supertooth Disco 4 Bluetooth speaker

At $60 for the Supertooth Disco 4, you’d be hard pressed to find a better Bluetooth speaker for the money. We know what you’re thinking — there’s no way this speaker can deliver on sound quality or features. But you’d be wrong. Dead wrong. Although it doesn’t have stereo sound (it’s just a single speaker), the Disco 4 delivers big sound. We’d say it rivals some of your home theater systems (not really, but you get the picture) thanks to its bass reflex. The Disco 4 also comes equipped with NFC for easy pairing, Bluetooth 4.0 for the best wireless sound quality available, a rechargeable battery via micro USB with up to 12 hours of battery life, and comes in a variety of colors. Oh, and did we mention the bass?

We actually found the bass was so deep, often times we were forced to turn down the 32-125Hz frequencies in our equalizer to keep from upsetting the neighbors. Simply put, you will not find more bass in a speaker this size and for this amount of money. Period. It’s for this reason we recommend the Supertooth Disco 4 as one of the best and most affordable Bluetooth speaker money can buy.

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Android 5.0 Lollipop upgrade for the Samsung Galaxy S5 starts rolling out

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Samsung isn’t always the first company that comes to mind when thinking of manufacturers who deliver the most timely updates to the latest versions of Android, but they seem to have been inspired by the latest major release of Android 5.0 Lollipop. The upgrade is now rolling out to Samsung Galaxy S5 users… in Poland.

Small markets like Poland tend to get the upgrade ahead of everyone else as it’s a good way to test the distribution and fallout of the upgrade process without potentially putting millions of units at risk. Should everything go well in that leg of the world then you can rest assured Samsung will polish it up for the rest of us in due time.

As with any software update, you’re bound to wait a tad longer depending on region and carrier. We reckon unlocked versions of the handset will get it first, with folks in Europe and South Korea getting next at bat. North America is typically on the long end of the update track.

A recent video of leaked firmware for the device embedded above shows you exactly what to expect once it finally makes its way to your handset. TouchWiz has as strong a presence as you’d expect, though Samsung did tweak the aesthetics enough to make it feel a bit different from what we’re used to.

If you live in Poland — congrats, and have fun! For everyone else, well, at least this shows Samsung isn’t dragging their feet and that they’re making good pace and progress on getting the upgrade out to everyone.

[via SamMobile]

Google’s new ‘No CAPTCHA reCAPTCHA’ can tell if you’re a spambot or a meatbag [VIDEO]

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There’s probably no greater frustration that running into a CAPTCHA and trying to decipher it’s hidden message. Usually a jumble of squiggly words, it can take a few (frustrating) attempts before you get it right. We get why they’re there in the first place: to keep spam bots and weird scripts from having their way on the sites we love. But over the year’s robots have gotten smarter. Even Google says they’ve found out a way to solve most CAPTCHA’s using one of their advanced algorithms. That’s why they’re introducing their all new CAPTCHA called the “No CAPTCHA reCAPTCHA” that looks finally do away with the stale old CAPTCHAs of yesteryear.

The way it works is simple: click on the check box stating that you are not a robot and be on your way. Easy, right? Although Google’s not revealing specifics in how it knows you’re not a robot, they did mention that their “risk analysis engine” is watching a user’s entire engagement on a website, before, during, and after they click the little check box.

In the event that Google can’t be 100% sure you’re a human, the No CAPTCHA reCAPTCHA will simply fall back to one of the tried and true methods to verify you’re in, in fact, a meatbag. They’ve even made things easier for mobile users by allowing them to select related images. Things like turkeys, dogs, cats — that sorta thing. This way you wont have to fumble around with a keyboard or any of that nonsense. Still can’t figure out the new CAPTCHA? Well, then you probably don’t belong on the internet in the first place.

New CAPTCHA mobile

Sites like Snapchat, WordPress, and Humble Bundle are already reporting success with the new method, and if you’d like to incorporate No CAPTCHA reCAPTCHA into your site, check out the APIs here.

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