Gossamer Web Browser Runs On Your Graphing Calculator

I had a friend who once amazed me by writing a basketball game for the TI-81 graphing calculator. This, however, is an order of magnitude more impressive. Gossamer is a web browser for the TI-83+ thro

Some Things Never Change: TI vs. Calculator Hobbyists Version 3.0.2

<img src="" class="right" />The battle between <a>Texas Instruments</a> and calculator hobbyists rages on, as TI seeks to keep its OS lo

Kokuyo X-VIZ: Designer Calculator From Japan

<img src="" /> For some reason, "designer calculators" (of all devices) are a dime a dozen, but this model <a href="

COOL LEAF: Mirror-like, button-less, flat input devices

<img src="" /> A Japanese company called <a href="">Minebea</a> has <a href="http://www.mi

Students, putting games on your TI-84 calculator is pretty easy

This is an oldie but a goodie—just like CBS FM in New York—especially as school starts pretty soon for kids in the northeast. It’s step-by-step instructions on how to install games o

Make your own scientific calculator watch

It’s been a long time coming, but someone’s finally resurrected the scientific calculator wristwatch. Billed as “the ultimate nerd status symbol,” the µWatch is made of off-th

The Dawn of Nerd: HP Looks Back at the Calculator, Gets Pantsed

Ask any accountant or rocket scientist — HP makes some of the best calculators on the block. TI might have the graphing market sewn up — I had a weird friend who made a basketball game on

TI Navigator Adds Wireless Connectivity To Calculators

I’ll admit, when I first saw the TI Navigator, I couldn’t help but think why someone would need wireless connectivity on a calculator. According to Texas Instruments, the TI Navigator is m

Excalibur Delivers Line of “Joke Man” Products: Inner Clown Dies

Humor is subjective. One man’s comic genius is another man’s lame a-hole. But even the most hardcore fan of Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling might be hard pressed to find the laughter in the new