Monthly Archives: February 2011
Though enterprise software and infrastructure tend to be the focus of the event, CeBIT always yields a few consumer-focused gems — and with all the tablet action lately, we’d be shocked if we didn’t see a few slates break cover … Continue reading
Everyone loves a great contest, especially when it’s free to enter and involves giveaways! How would you like the opportunity to win a free iPad? For all of February Zagg will be giving away a free iPad to one lucky … Continue reading
So you’re an alien, tooling around in free space in your little spaceship… when suddenly, disaster strikes! Your craft is hit by a meteor, and you’re forced to crash-land on an unfamiliar, dark planet. That’s where Insidia starts off. Now … Continue reading
A supposed image of an iPhone 5 part has appeared on Chinese reseller?s website. The image in question looks like the digitizer panel for the iPhone 5.
An Etsy store called 8BitMemory converts old NES games into external hard drives.
SendGenie is a slick new app (currently in open beta testing) which makes sharing files and photos as easy as dragging and dropping. Once installed, SendGenie adds a dropzone widget to your desktop which you can hide and unhide via … Continue reading
The shark is a majestic creature; it’s also pretty dangerous. When Paranormal Shark Activity starts off, you’re just a dude hanging out on the pier. You quickly discover there’s no way to go left (back to the city or the … Continue reading
As you’d expect, developers have wasted no time in tearing apart the Mac OS X Lion preview, and in so doing they’ve allegedly discovered some intriguing things — namely, support for the SSD-wiping TRIM command, and a series of high-DPI … Continue reading
HTC just rolled in to set up for our San Francisco reader meetup tonight, and what’s this? They brought a brand-new HTC Merge with them. No one’s talking about what carrier this interesting Android slider is going to launch on … Continue reading
Amazon Prime — which used to just get you discounted one-day or free two day shipping across the U.S. on all your Amazon purchases — now includes a pretty nice bonus feature. That’s it above: free, on-demand streaming of thousands … Continue reading