iPhone 4 Gets Shot, Microwaved – Y’know, Phone Stuff

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Apcv0EgsuwU[/youtube] Cripes, people, it hasn’t even been a week yet. Apple’s working on a fix, alright? I promise. There’s no need to show this level of hostility right outta the gate. Jeez. Some people. I TELL YA. Anyway, the headline pretty much says everything that needs to be said – you came for some iPhone… Continue reading iPhone 4 Gets Shot, Microwaved – Y’know, Phone Stuff

Four Ways the Web Helps Challenge Authority

Today, new developments in media and technology are almost always about making people’s lives easier and more fun. Social networks let us stay in touch with our friends and family quickly and easily. Advancements in video games let us immerse ourselves in increasingly compelling worlds. And smartphones let us access information we need almost anywhere.… Continue reading Four Ways the Web Helps Challenge Authority

Infinite USB? Right On! And on, and on, and on…

The word ‘infinite’ is pretty versatile – infinite wisdom, infinite kung fu, infinite shrimp buffet. It’s a buzz word, and one that can make one stand in awe of whatever it is making a claim of infinity. Infinitec has it in their goddamn company name, so it stands to reason they’re hoping your aforementioned sense… Continue reading Infinite USB? Right On! And on, and on, and on…

She Deafened Me With Science: DJ LHC Spins Its Own Hits

IDEA TIME: Let’s stop talking about iPads and shit for a minute, yeah? Yeah. Let’s just rap about this and then I swear I’ll show you a cool case or something, alright? Just settle down, we’ll get back to your regularly-scheduled mobile-and-mobile-accessories in a second. Y’know the Large Hadron Collider, that thing that was supposed… Continue reading She Deafened Me With Science: DJ LHC Spins Its Own Hits

iPhone 4 Signal Saga Continues – Did Apple Know?

News of the day seems to be a series of job postings at Apple – no less than eight – for antenna engineers. Posted on June 23rd, the day before the launch of iPhone IV (or, 4, if you’re not into epic things), the postings raise some suspicion about the alleged signal failure problem, and… Continue reading iPhone 4 Signal Saga Continues – Did Apple Know?

Exploring The Dark Side of Technology

Feelings are hurt and lives are ruined on a daily basis because criminals are taking advantage. They’re taking the very tools and technologies we have thought of as good, and using them to do great evil. Unfortunately, as the world’s reliance on technology grows, the dark side of technology grows along with it. In 2009… Continue reading Exploring The Dark Side of Technology

Microsoft Unleashes The Archivist

Microsoft’s MIX online lab actually contains some pretty cool stuff. Take The Archivist, for example. Microsoft’s newest MIX online project is still in alpha, but shows immense promise. The Archivist is, at it’s most simplest, a tool for searching Twitter. Enter a word or term or either including a Twitter operator and The Archivist will… Continue reading Microsoft Unleashes The Archivist

Early Images and News About Windows 8 Leaks

Microsoft has been bragging recently, but deep down its still hurt and offended that some of you prefer Apple toys. Some leaked documents provide some insight into Windows 8 and the thinking behind it, and apparently Microsoft wants its users to think of its products just like they do Apple’s. A minor service pack for… Continue reading Early Images and News About Windows 8 Leaks

Playlistify, Does Exactly What It Says On The Tin

[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/12435120[/vimeo] Playlistify is one of those unfortunately rare products that does exactly what the name suggests. That’s right, Playlistify “playlistifies” your playlists. As creator Roeland Landegent explains in the video above, Playlistify allows you to take lists of songs from anywhere – iTunes, Winamp, Last.fm, any XML-based songlist and convert it to a playable list… Continue reading Playlistify, Does Exactly What It Says On The Tin

Google Alters Its Approach To China After Beijing Complains

For those of you following the Google Vs. China melodrama, you know the internet giant is doing its best to walk a fine line between revolutionizing search in China and getting kicked out. So far, Google’s tactic has been to redirect users from its google.cn page to google.com.hk, effectively providing uncensored search. But now Google’s… Continue reading Google Alters Its Approach To China After Beijing Complains