Which gaming mice are worth buying?

The peripherals you play with can be just as important to your gaming success as actual skill. A suboptimal keyboard or sluggish mouse can open the door to defeat, which is why it’s a good idea to pick up equipment specifically made for the job. But…

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt is shooting a 4K film with Samsung’s NX1

In an effort to make a push for its recently unveiled Samsung NX1, the South Korean company is now recruiting celebrities to help along the way. As part of this, Samsung has revealed that Joseph Gordon-Levitt, known for roles in movies like 10 Things…

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Farewell, Internet

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Well, here we are. More than four years after launching, Switched and DownloadSquad are unfortunately being closed. I’ve been thrilled to work at these two sites that have expanded tech coverage beyond the usual gadgets and social networks to cooking, culture, design, art and more. It’s been humbling to work with these incredibly dedicated and talented teams of writers, and it would have been impossible to do it without them.

Going forward, you’ll still be able to get the best tech news coverage from Engadget, HuffingtonPost Tech, Joystiq and TUAW. While we’re still working out some of the details, Switched and DownloadSquad will continue to live on the Web and be fully accessible via search. Understandably, our Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr presences will quiet down, but you can still follow the Switched and DownloadSquad writers on their personal accounts. Thanks for reading.

Farewell, Internet originally appeared on Download Squad on Tue, 12 Apr 2011 12:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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The Hill’s Stoddard: Immigration ‘Huge Story’ Unused by GOP

The Hill Associate Editor A.B. Stoddard argued that recent stories about the Obama administration planning an executive order to grant amnesty to illegal immigrants and releasing illegal immigrants with criminal histories were “huge political hot potatoes” that Republicans were not using on Thursday’s “Special Report” on the Fox News Channel.

Stoddard said that news that the federal government was soliciting for contractors who could print additional ID cards “to support possible future immigration reform initiative requirements,” “would be the most unbelievably explosive political story, if it weren’t for Republicans being hesitant, I think, about, using this issue because they’re worried. There’s a divide in the party about how they approach it going into 2016 and trying to get elected in a general election where President Obama beat Romney 71-27 in the Latino vote and that only is getting worse…there is this push/pull.”

She added, “this idea that this is being paid for, ordered, planned on without any consent of Congress, this complete runaround, around the Congress, after the situation with the border crisis this year would be an enormous story, and I only really see former Senator Scott Brown using it in New Hampshire.”

Stoddard similarly stated that a report that the Obama administration released illegal immigrants with serious criminal records, “would be a huge story to turn out even more Republican voters than the ones that are already ready to step up in this midterm election.  You have, again, this tension where you have the Chamber of Commerce cutting ads in Spanish in Colorado with a high Latino population there…this is a very tricky, tricky, line to walk.  And that is why you don’t hear a lot of the candidates talking about this story.”

She concluded, “this is under the radar, when they would be, they’re huge political hot potatoes. They’re not being used.”

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Jose Aldo promises to attack Chad Mendes: ‘I’m coming forward like a runaway truck’

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LinkedIn app for Android now available

LinkedIn for Android

LinkedIn, the ‘professional’ social network, has finally launched an Android app. The app has previously been available in beta for a while. The final version includes support for messages, as well as a new Reconnect button, which suggests people you may know based on your profile and current connections. LinkedIn for Android obviously has all the features you’d expect, making it easy to connect with fellow LinkedIn users from your smartphone.

The app lets you post status updates, view updates from your contacts, view your contacts’ profiles, add new contacts, search for LinkedIn users (this can be either limited to your contacts, or it can go through the entire user base), and respond to invitations.

LinkedIn expects to improve its Android app in future versions by adding some features that “have been heavily requested during the public Beta”.

Download LinkedIn for Android for free from the Android Market, from LinkedIn directly, or just point your Android smartphone to m.linkedin.com/android

LinkedIn app for Android now available originally appeared on Download Squad on Thu, 07 Apr 2011 14:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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13 Terrifying Movie Scenes That Happen In Bed

Bed is the best, but horror movie are determined to ruin it for everyone. Here’s a list to prove it.

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Apple’s Spurned Screen Provider Closing Sapphire Factories

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Diamonds are forever; sapphires, evidently, are not.

GT Advanced Technologies announced that it will cease sapphire glass production as part of a settlement agreement with Apple, GT announced in a press release.

The move comes after GT declared bankruptcy and announced major layoffs following news that Apple’s iPhone 6 screens would not be made of sapphire glass.

GT took an upfront payment to provide Apple with the super-tough material, leading it to build out production capability in Salem, Massachusetts, and Mesa, Arizona. Those facilities will no longer produce sapphire glass. Read more…

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Scott Coker calls move away from weekly Bellator shows a ‘no brainer’

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Bruce Jenner Reacts to Kris Jenner Heartbreak: Who Cares?!?

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