Can’t decide what to wear for Halloween this year? Yeah, me neither, and if you’re anything like me, it’s probably because you need something that will also accommodate your phone. Hey, I’m not letting my phone any nearer to my sweaty bod than it needs to be. But, luckily for you, if you plan on… Continue reading Batman Utility Belt Stows Your iPhone Like A Pro
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4tyG4upFns[/youtube] A couple days ago, a photo began circulating ’round and about the sphere of Google’s Chrome OS running on an iPad. A picture is worth a thousand words, not the least of which are ones like ‘untruth’, ‘falsehood’, and ‘Photoshoppery’. That last one may be fictional, but google is a verb now, so whatever.… Continue reading Chrome OS on the iPad – Real or Not?
The transition over the last decade from brick-and-mortar store purchases to e-commerce purchases has been dramatic. The 2nd quarter of 2010 showed nearly $40 billion in e-commerce sales, a 14% increase from 2nd quarter, 2009. Despite the mass-adoption, there are still many who avoid online purchases based upon certain fears. The infographic below by SiteJabber… Continue reading 7 Reasons People Fear E-Commerce
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xjs9v6YX47A[/youtube] Do you know how many hits a bajillion is? A whole crap ton of hits, that’s how many. Social media strat guru-ninja-genius and bajillionaire techspert Alex Blagg wants to sit down with you for a strat chat, and step your game up – and by ‘sit down’, I mean ‘take it to the limit’,… Continue reading How Many Hits is a Bajillion?
As you’re well aware, most bodies of authority aren’t terribly thrilled with Google’s Street View these days, looking down upon the service as an invasion of privacy, etc, etc, you know how it goes. I, for one, forgive Google of its trespasses – quite frankly, Street View is an incredible tool, and – surprise! –… Continue reading Google Street View: At Least Penguins Can’t Sue
Following AOL’s acquisition today of technology news site TechCrunch and video service 5min Media, industry insiders are left to wonder what’s next for the online powerhouse. As such, oddmakers at YouWager.com, a leading sportsbook with top management and line-makers collecting over 150 years of experience, are asking which major player will be next to be added to the company’s… Continue reading Bookies Place Odds on Who AOL Will Buy Next
On any other day, I’d tell you I hate infographics. I’m really, really sick of seeing everything turned into a ‘clever’ set of pie charts. Remember that trend a couple years back where everything was an AfterEffects video where a guy would be talking really fast, and the words would be appearing and zooming around… Continue reading How Popular IS the iPhone? About This Popular.
Almost everyone in the tech world agrees that the future is mobile. In fact, I do too. Being able to work wherever, whenever, untethered by cables is great. To write a blog post in a park or share photos from the beach is one of the most convenient and enjoyable things technology has allowed us… Continue reading Why I Still Want a Desktop Computer
Rejoice! The 3DS finally has a release date, and as you’re probably only here due to having read the above headline, I won’t insult your intelligence nor waste your time by repeating it. So I guess that holiday release everyone was predicting is out the window. But you can wait for a host of N64-era… Continue reading 3DS Dropping In Japan on February 26th, US in March
“People love hugging”, states designer Celina Alvarado. I dunno, Celina, that’s pretty broad. I mean, I like hugging – hugs are pretty fly. But to say I love hugging implies a level of commitment I’m unsure I’m ready for. …and with apprehension of that magnitude, it’s no wonder I’m not even close to married. Anyway,… Continue reading Wearable Device Judges Your Hugs and Tweets The Results