Picnik App To Be Scrapped By Google

The photo web app called Picnik will be closing shop, less than a year after it was bought by Google. The decision by Google to shut down Picnik came as a surprise given that they were very positive after buying the company in March 2011. Times have changed, however, and with Google+  providing a Creative Kit that is similar to Picnik in terms of effects, Google decided it was time to bid goodbye to the web app.

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Monster Introduces Diesel Vektr

Designer headphones have become the in thing the past few years, especially with the success of the Beats line of headphones with hip-hop/rap artist Dr. Dre and Interscope-Geffen-A&M Records chairman Jimmy Iovine collaborating with Monster Cable.

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Samsung Galaxy Note Gets FCC Nod

Those waiting for AT&T to offer Samsung’s Galaxy Note may not have to wait for so long, with the device passing FCC’s standards. All that’s needed is the US government’s green light and the Galaxy Note will be good to go.

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NetLED Offers Wireless Lighting Control

Say hello to NetLED, made by the same name, Net Led Technology Corporation from Japan. So what exactly does NetLED do?  In a nutshell, it’s a series of light tubes that may be adjusted through your smartphone via Wi-Fi or through a remote server.

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Alesis MIDI Keyboard Controllers Rolled Out

While many accessory makers focus more on the iPad, the company Alesis has opted to be more varied, making new music  keyboard controllers that you can plug via USB directly to your PC or Mac.  It can also be used on iOS devices but a USB adapter is necessary to make it work.

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