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The iPhone 4: The Good And The Meh

Apple introduces the iPhone 4, or should we say “re-introduces,” the iPhone 4. Meet the newest iPhone, its solid feature set and see just how shiny it is. But is shiny enough? Should it be? And oh yeah, Jane Lynch pops up to mock Apple and allude to a sex dungeon of some kind. Count me in.

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Comics 101: The First Step Is Admitting You Have A Problem

Have you ever wanted to read comic books but found yourself a) overwhelmed, b) intimidated or c-g) five kinds of confused? We lay it all out for you, kind of like a railroad magnate would. But he’d be laying railroad track, and we’re layin’ knowledge and we’re a layin’ it about comic books. So check it out– get schooled about the comic book, the graphic novel, the comic strip and that wily beast the webcomic.

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Microsoft’s Unsettling New Kin Ad a Pro-Kidnapping PSA?

The more I think about Microsoft’s newest Kin ad, the more sketched out I get: the video depicts a young woman, sponsored by Microsoft, heading out on a road trip to meet all of the sketchy weirdos she talks to online IN PERSON. And it’s fun, edgy and appealing, just like an Urban Outfitters catalog. So think about how creepy this vid is, then buy a bunch of great games that came out yesterday to feel better.

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Taylor’s Team Pick: Gamespot’s Guide For New Gamers

Gamespot, my go-to source for straightforward, unbiased and super in-depth gaming information offers a great beginner’s guide to the three major consoles: the Xbox 360, the PS3 and the Wii. It’s an amazing user-friendly guide all around, so if you’re thinking about dipping your toes into gaming, it’s really the perfect starting place.

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Leaked iPhone 4G Lost Then Found and Hipster Time Travel

A secret version of the unannounced next-gen iPhone 4G showed up in a bar in California and someone whisked it up and unloaded the goods to Gizmodo! Also, you have to watch this weirdly artful home movie an octopus took because it’s totally amazing. And that’s not all: a hipster shows up in a photograph from 1941, Steve Jobs gets called out and more!

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Jess G.’s Team Pick: Cat Uses iPad

Admit it: The real reason you bought your iPad is because your cat feels left out when you use your iPhone. His tiny paws can’t seem to type on that tiny touchscreen, so you did what any loving cat-owner would do. You bought him an iPad with its paw-friendly, giant touchscreen. Problem solved!