Monthly Archives: November 2010

Virgin officially announces Project magazine for iPad (and iPhone soon)

We’re here at Virgin’s press event for Project magazine, which Sir Richard Branson just called the “first all-digital magazine.” It’s launching on iPad first, then on the iPhone, but we also snuck a peek at the app last night and … Continue reading

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7-Zip version 9.20 released, still the best tool for compressed files

7-Zip, one of the most active and mature open source projects, has just reached version 9.20. Work on Version 9 only begun last year, in 2009, but it’s already far ahead of the old version (4.65) in terms of speed … Continue reading

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OrionGadgets iPhone 4 Sync & Charge Flexible Cradle Review

The OrionGadgets iPhone 4 Sync & Charge Flexible Cradle is a simple and effective combo charging stand and/or sync stand for your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPod – despite the name, it will happily accommodate any iDevice with a standard … Continue reading

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Are Humans Turning Into Gods? [Video]

Our friend Jason Silva—writer, filmmaker and founding host/producer of Current TV—is making a new documentary celebrating humans reaching their ultimate potential, the inexorable evolution that is turning us into gods. He’s quite optimistic about it. I’m not so sure-JD More » … Continue reading

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TRON: Legacy Reader Meetups in SF, NYC and Everywhere Else! [Meetup]

Lifehacker, io9 and Gizmodo want to watch TRON: Legacy with readers in San Francisco, New York and everywhere else. Cosplay if you can. There may be a beer in it for you afterwards. More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/I1wzTjTj7DQ/tron-legacy-reader-meetups-in-sf-and-nyc Kasey Kenneth Kahne Matthew … Continue reading

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Nooka Zub Zayu watch has no hands, a name only Trevor Horn could love

Call us suckers for odd watches if you must, but there is something about Nooka’s timepieces that make you take a second look. Keeping with the tradition of goofy “z” names (remember Nooka’s Zot and Zoo from a couple years … Continue reading

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Google Earth 6 Brings Integrated Street View And 3D Trees. Yes, Trees. 80 Million Of Them!

There’s an easy way to tell that Google Earth is getting so advanced that it’s getting dangerously close to looking like actual Earth: touted new features are kind of humorous. While version 4 brought the sky, and version 5 brought … Continue reading

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Apple’s Cyber Monday Sale: Accessories For Very Slightly Less [Cyber Monday]

Even Apple’s getting in the Cyber Monday spirit! Much like its Black Friday savings, the savings aren’t exactly doorbusters—but there are bargains to be had in the audio and accessory departments. More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/nbUbXRK5Yrs/apples-cyber-monday-sale-accessories-for-very-slightly-less James Christopher McMurray Casey James Mears … Continue reading

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An early look at Winamp for Android’s SHOUTcast integration

This morning, I was fortunate enough to get a sneak peek at an alpha version of Winamp for Android. The beta version currently available from the Android Market is already a lot better than other media players, but judging by … Continue reading

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Daily Crunch: Couch Cushion Edition

Review: 2011 Ford Edge Sport Volt?s Wild Ride: A Long Drive In Chevy?s Electric Vehicle A Chair Made Entirely Of The Cracks Between The Cushions The SenseFly Swinglet CAM: Your Very Own UAV Metaflex: Getting Closer To A Proper Invisibility … Continue reading

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