• Stop Playing Brick Breaker On Your BlackBerry

    Often times I notice BB addicts on the train and they’re not exactly what you would call a power user. Most of them are just checking e-mail and maybe playing Brick Breaker. There’s a whole lot more available to you on your BB, but chances are you just don’t know where to go to find apps, right? Well, RIM has launched Built for Blackberry where you can go to find all sorts… Read More

  • SIM Unlocking the iPhone for Windows Using iPhoneSIMFree

    I’m no hacking ninja, so when I tried to crack my iPhone in OS X and Windows, I ran into a bit of trouble. I performed these steps using Windows Vista on a standard PC and the worked after two restores. I cannot vouch for the value or accuracy of these steps but worse comes to worse you restore to factory settings using iTunes and start over. You could brick your iPhone — be warned. Read More

  • Wristwatch Remote Starts Aston Martin

    Remote start for a horseless carriage is old news these days, but when said remote start is strapped to your wrist then I start to pay attention. And when said remote start on wrist fires up and unlocks an Aston Martin it makes me drool. For those of you with the bankroll to purchase an Aston Martin DBS you’ll want to throw down a little extra for the limited edition Jaeger LeCoultre… Read More

  • Fujitsu's PalmSecure Mouse Identifies You By The Veins In Your Palm

    Another edition of man meeting machine. Fujitsu’s PalmSecure mouse reads the veins inside your palms, identifying you in the process. It’s supposed to be more secure than fingerprint readers and the like. It looks a little silly, but this is more for enterprise-level organizations and not your basement office. When it ships, it’ll come with all the necessary software… Read More

  • Do Brains Like Mobile Phones?

    A recently published study exploring the effects of frequent mobile phone use on the brain claims long-term exposure slows brain functions. But at the same time, frequent mobile phone users showed better focused attention. No conclusions can be drawn as to whether these effects are adverse to health or not, but data has been collected from more that 20,000 people to replicate this study… Read More

  • UK Wants To Ban Energy-Thirsty Plasma TVs

    I remember when the United Kingdom used to run this stupid planet, now it’s all about banning anything that might offend anyone or, in this case, draws “too much” electricity. Yeah, OK. Apparently, if we want to trust the UK Sun, government leaders in the UK will propose a ban on electronic devices that suck up too much electricity, draining the lifestream from the planet or… Read More

  • Back To School 2007: The Best Cheap Laptops

    There is no more archetypal a small living space than a college dorm. Sure, us New Yorkers have to deal with closet-sized apartments, but next to the squalor of a freshman quad, crashing in the Lowest East Side is living in luxury. Such cramped conditions call for thin and light gadgets. When I was in college, I made the mistake of lugging a mini-tower to my dorm. Big mistake. A laptop not… Read More

  • Wes Anderson To Direct New AT&T Ads

    Photo Source: RushmoreAcademy.com If you’re in the entertainment industry, it goes without saying that having a loyal fan base is important. Take Wes Anderson, for instance. He’s the brains behind such wonderful films as Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums, The Life Aquatic, and Bottle Rocket. In fact, Rushmore is my favorite movie of all time. As my friend Mike says, “There are… Read More

  • Gaming Consoles Linked To Terrorist Attacks

    This is getting a tad bit out of control. Penitentiaries in the UK have banned Xbox 360, PS3 and Nintendo DS because officials believe the crooks in the slammer are smart enough to send out messages to other convicts and set up a terror attack. Just don’t let them get online. Doesn’t that solve that whole problem? Criminals shouldn’t have any privileges, but banning… Read More

  • Americans Wary of Mobile Banking

    Research from Sybase 365 finds that Americans aren’t yet convinced that mobile banking is as safe and easy as internet banking. Many Americans are highly conscience of bank account numbers, with over 70% being able to quote their bank balances to the nearest $200. To keep numbers up-to-date, U.S. consumers check their balances frequently. 61% admit to checking their bank balances every… Read More

  • Getcher Ringtones Here: iTunes Ringtones How-to

    Put your pencils down, class, because now you can turn the latest Nickelback tune into a 30 second ringtone. I did one today — Rockstar, because I couldn’t find anything else — and it’s fairly simple. Here’s how. 1. Buy an iPhone. Read More

  • Atree UM10 Electronic Dictionary: Fantasic Looking From A To Z

    I swear, every piece of technology that comes out of Korea puts American efforts to shame. They’re playing chess, we’re playing checkers. Take this electronic dictionary from Atree, the UM10. First off, it looks like one of those slick-but-imaginary Yanko gadgets I so often write about. Except this is real, as real as Kanye’s new album is terrible. Way real. More than a… Read More

  • TrustedPlaces switches on LastFM model

    TrustedPlaces has decided to take a leaf out of the likes of LastFM‘s playbook and rolled out a new version based on ‘learning’ users preferences for good restaurants and venues. Instead of having to do the heavy lifting on plugging in their preferences, members can now discover new and hard-to-find lifestyle locations through like-minded TrustedPlaces reviewers and via… Read More

  • And Sony Said, Let There Be PSP Firmware 3.70

    Image via Akihabara News Personally, I stopped upgrading my PSP‘s firmware when Dark Alex left the scene a few months ago. Firmware 3.41 or thereabouts. The little guy does all I need it to do. Sony today, however, dropped version 3.70. The upgrade adds only a few new features (if you can call them features), including • Custom themes (You could do this with hacked firmware for a… Read More

  • Logitech AudioHub: Speakers, USB Ports And Free Candy

    Say you have a laptop that actually works when you need it to—mine, from a company whose name rhymes with Bony doesn’t—you might, at some point, want a better sound system. (Headphones, apparently, have been banned.) Logiteh’s AudioHub adds a 2.1-channel speaker setup to your laptop. That, and three USB ports, which hopefully will power devices other than a 16MB USB… Read More

  • BlogTV Integrates Streaming Video into Facebook

    Israel-based BlogTV will be releasing a Facebook application for sharing amateur video today. The application, which you can get here, lets users stream shows through a widget on their profile pages. You can also browse your friends’ live streams, posted videos, and upcoming shows. Broadcasts can be viewed on a fuller canvas page with chatting capabilities built right in. The company… Read More

  • Scouta Releases Windows Client that Recommends Media Using iTunes

    Scouta releases today a Windows client for generating video and audio recommendations based on the podcasts and videocasts in a user’s iTunes collection. This release comes just over a month after the company released a Mac version to do pretty much the same thing. To use the client, all you have to do is install and configure it with your Scouta user account and set the frequency at… Read More

  • iPhone Interfaces For MovableType And TypePad Launched

    SixApart have announced an iPhone interface for their popular hosted blogging solution TypePad. The new interface is automatically presented when an iPhone or iPod Touch is detected and allows users to create and edit posts, manage comments, configure mobile settings for posting photos directly from an iPhone, and view a published blog, all from an iPhone friendly layout. Proving what good… Read More

  • Teh.Be$T.Kommenter.Evar

      Comments are the greasy oil that keeps the blog machine running. Here are three great (and 100% unedited) comments recently posted by your fellow readers. Read More

  • Unlock The Potential Of Your Canon Point-And-Shoot Digi

    After switching to a DSLR from a typical point-and-shoot camera I’ve left my tiny Canon somewhere in my junk drawer, but after finding this gem I may have to dig it back up. It’s pretty exciting because you can get features like live histograms, depth of field calculation, under and overexposure highlighting, and, more importantly, the ability to shoot RAW. You just need to… Read More

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