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Frozen Bubble Might Be The Most Addictive Linux Game Of All

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Frozen Bubble Might Be The Most Addictive Linux Game Of All

Waste your time the right way – shoot bubbles at similarly colored bubbles, in the hope of freeing the entire board of bubbles just long enough for more bubbles to show up. It’s called Frozen Bubble, and it’s more than a game. Actually, it’s not more than a game. It’s a game, and for a long time it was one of the best put together games for Linux. That’s not been true for a while – the platform has grown leaps and bounds for gamers since then.

Justin Pot April 17, 2013 17-04-2013
Frozen Bubble Might Be The Most Addictive Linux Game Of All
8 Useful Digital Camera Hacks That Don’t Cost The Earth

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8 Useful Digital Camera Hacks That Don’t Cost The Earth

You can actually get more out of a photograph with a cheap homemade reflector than an expensive lens when you are on the learning curve with your camera. The good thing is that the photography community is a friendly bunch. So, here’s a roundup of some useful digital camera hacks that don’t cost the Earth and the moon.

Saikat Basu April 17, 2013 17-04-2013
8 Useful Digital Camera Hacks That Don’t Cost The Earth
Facebook iOS Updates With Chat Heads, Stickers, & A Revamped News Feed [Updates]

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Facebook iOS Updates With Chat Heads, Stickers, & A Revamped News Feed [Updates]

iDevice users may have missed out on Home for Android, but a recent update to Facebook’s iOS app brings some brand new goodies that make up for it. Included in this update are new features called “Chat Heads” and “Stickers” along with a reworked news feed.

Joshua Lockhart April 17, 2013 17-04-2013
Facebook iOS Updates With Chat Heads, Stickers, & A Revamped News Feed [Updates]
Netflix Announces Plans To Switch To HTML5 Video Streaming [Updates]

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Netflix Announces Plans To Switch To HTML5 Video Streaming [Updates]

Netflix’s developers have officially announced their intentions to switch the service’s playback interface from Microsoft Silverlight to HTML5. The announcement came shortly after Microsoft revealed that support for Silverlight 5 will stop in 2021, giving the media-based company no choice but to find an alternative.

Joshua Lockhart April 17, 2013 17-04-2013
Netflix Announces Plans To Switch To HTML5 Video Streaming [Updates]
Tumblr Isn’t Just For Photography: 7 News & Political Blogs To Follow

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Tumblr Isn’t Just For Photography: 7 News & Political Blogs To Follow

Are you big fans of Tumblr? Here at MakeUseOf, we certainly are. The blogging platform brings together the idea of blogging together with social networking and has become home to some of the most creative, entertaining, humourous and thoughtful posts we’ve ever come across. With an easy-to-use backend that lends itself to both creating new content and sharing content that you like, it is home to some of the most viral content on the Web.

Nancy Messieh April 17, 2013 17-04-2013
Tumblr Isn’t Just For Photography: 7 News & Political Blogs To Follow
What Does the Future Hold for Virtual Currencies Such as Bitcoin? [You Told Us]

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What Does the Future Hold for Virtual Currencies Such as Bitcoin? [You Told Us]

Bitcoin has been around for several years now, but with its price climbing to monumental highs over the past few weeks, there has been a will to explore what it is, how it’s created (or mined), and what the future may hold for this new virtual currency and others that could emerge in its wake.

Dave Parrack April 17, 2013 17-04-2013
What Does the Future Hold for Virtual Currencies Such as Bitcoin? [You Told Us]
Google Tries Out The Chrome OS App Launcher On The Web, Here’s How To Get It [Updates]

Android

Google Tries Out The Chrome OS App Launcher On The Web, Here’s How To Get It [Updates]

Every once in a while, Google shakes up our world and changes the most basic feature of all its services: the Google menu bar. An experimental new menu bar design replaces the current black navigation strip with a dropdown icon menu similar to the Chrome OS app launcher. The feature has been part of Chrome’s dev channel for Windows since February, and now Google Operating System has discovered a way for everyone to try it out on their favorite browser.

Yaara Lancet April 17, 2013 17-04-2013
Google Tries Out The Chrome OS App Launcher On The Web, Here’s How To Get It [Updates]
Meta – 7 Awesome Subreddits All About Reddit

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Meta – 7 Awesome Subreddits All About Reddit

Reddit is rapidly becoming my favorite site on the Web. I’m a latecomer to its powers of seduction, being a veritable n00b compared to some of the other writers here at MakeUseOf. But I’m keen to explore Reddit, learning its subtleties and gaining new insights from subreddits aplenty as I do so. As it stands I consider Reddit to be one of the seven wonders of the Web, one of the pillars the whole community is based on and around.

Dave Parrack April 17, 2013 17-04-2013
Meta – 7 Awesome Subreddits All About Reddit
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