The Walter Isaacson biography about Apple co-founder, Steve Jobs, could end up being Amazon.com's top seller for the entire year. The book hit stores with a little more than two months left of 2011.

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Even though the 3D Animation industry has been around for several decades, no single software package has emerged as the most powerful. While many a studio will argue the merits of Autodesk Maya, a fair percentage of video game development companies favor 3Ds Max, and many smaller studios stand stalwartly by Softimage for their production needs. With all of these programs existing in the same basic price bracket, there must be a reason behind these preferences.

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The game industry is continuously evolving. Do you think game developers thought they would be designing games for social networks? Even designing for a mobile platform? The answer is most likely no. Game innovation is intertwined with technology. When phones transformed into mini computers, game developers changed their approach and expanded to mobile operating systems. Another generation change is social media platforms. Who would have ever thought about Facebook ten years ago? Not...

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Back and better then ever, the Droid Razr from Motorola. Still holds true to the original design with a super sleek thin design. A very solid phone with splash resistant nanotechnology coating, and a sculpted glass screen that is supposedly scratch resistant.

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Wow! The new iPhone 4S sold 4 million devices in the first weekend. Since the release on Friday morning, customers were lined up all around the world, bright and early, to be the first ones with the new handset.

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