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Posted: 01 Dec 2012 03:12 PM PST
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It seems we're no longer just content to view the crackling Yule Log on our TVs. These fireplaces even move past the traditional stone and brick models commonly seen today. They run on gas and have controllers to turn them on or off. Some can even be operated from smartphone apps.
Check out the gallery and tell us which one is most appealing to you.
Posted: 01 Dec 2012 02:18 PM PST
Popular Mac calendar app Fantastical made its way to iOS this week. Offering many of the same features as the desktop version of the app, Fantastical has a DayTicker for quickly navigating through your upcoming calendar, and voice scheduling capabilities that allow you to schedule events by just talking to the app.
Posted: 01 Dec 2012 02:10 PM PST
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1.Retina Implant Instantly Turns Text Into Braille
Researchers developed a way to allow traditional text to be viewed as Braille letters, using a retinal implant. This might make it easier for patients to read and understand than traditional text. Learn more: http://on.mash.to/Wz11dY
Posted: 01 Dec 2012 12:21 PM PST
Posted: 01 Dec 2012 12:05 PM PST
Mashable's Gift of the Day series highlights cool, interesting and fun products for that special someone on your holiday list.
You bring your phone everywhere -- your desk, the kitchen, your car and, dare we say, the bathroom. Wouldn't it be handy if you could secure that valuable device in each of the places you use it most?
Created by Studio Proper, the Wallee M smartphone case features a rare-earth magnet that attaches to a variety of branded mounts. Once you've fitted the case to your iPhone or Samsung Galaxy S3 or Nexus, you'll be able to secure your phone to all kinds of surfaces: virtually any wall, window or tabletop.
Posted: 01 Dec 2012 11:26 AM PST
Now we know the real reason the other reindeer laughed at Rudolph. Price: $10.95
If the traditional hall decking and tree decorating gives you a case of the Scrooges, electrify your Christmas decor with offbeat ornaments. Nothing spreads holiday cheer quite like festive poop on a rope or Santa hat-clad boogers.
Posted: 01 Dec 2012 11:07 AM PST
Posted: 01 Dec 2012 10:44 AM PST
Over the last week, I've found myself wondering what Steve Jobs would make of Windows 8 if he were alive today.
It's likely he would be entirely dismissive or unwilling to comment on the new OS at all. Even so, I'm betting he would consider the new Windows Phones and the mobile OS to be fairly elegant. And he'd consider Microsoft's Surface tablet to be nicely conceived if a little bit clunky and poorly executed at the apps and OS level.
The desktop version of the OS? He'd see it as an unmitigated disaster.
Jobs wasn't a perfect techno-seer, of course. In fact, over the last few months, a few of his theories on tablets have been disproved.
As an example, the market for 7-inch…
Posted: 01 Dec 2012 10:23 AM PST
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Posted: 01 Dec 2012 08:16 AM PST
If I've been sitting for too long at my desk in the Mashable newsroom I'll feel a slight vibration on my wrist -- a gentle nudge. It's the Jawbone Up fitness bracelet I've been wearing for the past week, letting me know it's time to get up and take a little walk -- I've been idle too long. At least, my body has.
The Jawbone Up is a bracelet designed to help you learn to live a healthier lifestyle. The band itself is rubbery, with a r…
Posted: 01 Dec 2012 07:50 AM PST
If you even blinked this week you might have missed one of Mashable's top news stories, opinion pieces or reviews -- including the biggest fake news on Facebook (and how to protect yourself from it), interviews with NASA and Neil Patrick Harris, and reviews of Nokia's Lumia 920 and the Samsung Galaxy Camera. We don't blame you if you didn't catch all these stories the first time around.
To make your life a little easier -- and your weekend reading all the more enjoyable -- we're bringing you a roundup of some of our favorite, most-read and most-interesting news stories from the past week.
Posted: 01 Dec 2012 07:22 AM PST
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