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Microsoft selling anti-Google merchandise on its store

Continuing its crusade against Google, Microsoft has launched a new initiative in their Scroogled campaign, selling anti-Google merchandise on their online store. As you may know, Scroogled is Microsoft’s campaign where they try to hammer down the point that Google is stealing your personal data in exchange for offering you free services.

Now to drive home that point further, Microsoft will sell you mugs, caps and T-shirts with Scroogled written on it so you never forget what happens to you when you use Google products. Or at least that’s what Microsoft hopes.

By now it is pretty clear that Microsoft has become that kid who tells a joke for the 637th time because someone laughed the first time. Although dissing your competition is not new, selling actual merchandise to do it is on a different level altogether. What’s next, Microsoft employees keying Google employees’ cars?

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AOL to shutdown Winamp permanently next month

One of the most popular music player of all time will be gone for good next month. AOL has announced that it will be shutting down the iconic Winamp player on December 20, following which you won’t be able to download it again or get any further updates.

Winamp has been available for Windows since 1997 and was one of the most popular music players back then. Not only was it insanely customizable, thanks to support for a myriads of plugins and skins, it was also known for its superb audio quality among audiophiles.

Over the course of time, it’s popularity waned and what was once a slim, lightweight app turned into bit of a bloatware with dozens of extra features and UI changes. More recently, they also released a version for Android and OS X but neither managed to catch on the way the Windows version did back in the day.

Now, after sixteen long years of service, Winamp’s parent company AOL (who acquired them back in 1999) is shutting it down. The app is still available for download on the website (it’s at v5.66 now) and you can download it for another month after which it would be gone for good.

So long, old friend. It was nice knowing you.

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Canon’s Cinema EOS System EOS C300 cinema camera honored with Design for Asia Silver Award

November 21, 2013
Canon Inc.

TOKYO, Japan, November 21, 2013—Canon Inc. announced today that the company’s EOS C300 professional cinema camera (launched in January 2012), part of the company’s Cinema EOS System1 lineup of professional digital cinematography products, was recognized for design excellence by the Hong Kong Design Centre2 with the 2013 Design for Asia Silver Award.


The Cinema EOS System EOS C300
(Shown alongside EF Cinema Lenses)

Launched in 2003, the Design for Asia (DFA) Awards celebrate design excellence, honoring and acknowledging outstanding designs that have the potential to increase the quality and vibrancy of life in Asia and create globally sustainable ideas. Winners of 2013 DFA Awards, including the DFA Grand, DFA Special and DFA Gold and Silver Awards, were selected from among the approximately 970 entries representing designs that were launched between January 1, 2011, and July 31, 2013, in one or more Asian markets.

The launch of the Cinema EOS System lineup of cinema cameras and lenses in January 2012 marked Canon’s entry into the motion picture production industry. The EOS C300, winner of this year’s DFA Silver Award, was the first Cinema EOS System camera introduced and combines exceptional imaging performance with outstanding mobility and expandability to meet the demanding production needs of the motion picture industry.

The Design for Asia accolade, Canon’s first, was achieved following the company’s first-ever submission to the DFA Awards. To date, in addition to being selected as a finalist for an International Design Excellence Award (U.S.A.), the EOS C300 has been recognized with a range of prestigious industry awards, including an iF design award (Germany), a Good Design Award (Japan), and a Machine Design Award (Japan).

Encouraged by this latest industry recognition, Canon will continue striving to create products that combine the highest levels of performance and design excellence.

1
The Cinema EOS System comprises digital cinema cameras, including the EOS C300, and EF Cinema Lenses that deliver high optical performance to support the recording of 4K video and realize the operability required by the film and television production industries.
2
A publicly funded, non-profit organization established in 2002 with the support of the design industry.

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