Barnes & Noble has something new up their sleeve, and it’s in the form of a new six-inch Nook. This isn’t the Nook Color. This is back to basics with the e-ink technology that made e-readers famous in the first place. This time Barnes & Noble has fully embraced touch-screen technology, but there is much… Continue reading Oh, look, it’s another new e-reader!
[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/21228618[/vimeo] QR codes are a mixed bag. Some people love ’em. Some people don’t have the slightest idea as to what they are. But Vector Petit expects you to know what it is, especially if you are planning on reading his résumé. Well, “reading” isn’t exactly the correct term here. If you want to know… Continue reading Our résumés, unfortunately, will never look this good
Lodsys is a company on a mission. They have been determined to sue iOS developers who are, in their eyes, illegally using their own patents. But it’s more complicated than that. Apple licensed these patents and, in some cases, require them to be used by iOS developers. So who is responsible here in the impending… Continue reading Apple tells Lodsys to lay off iOS developers, but its impacts are minimal
We have local deals — it’s a been there, done that thing — but what about a deals site that covers creative professionals? They deserve a good deal every now and then too, don’t they? Well, this is why the team here at Techi and WebdesignerDepot has created Mighty Deals. The site’s goal is simple:… Continue reading Mighty Deals review
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZgsyCHdIiPg[/youtube] I was previously one of those guys who argued that Angry Birds was incredibly overhyped, but I realize now that there is no getting away from it. No matter what you or I do, Angry Birds are going to be flying, screaming, and destroying pigs wherever we go. So we might as well embrace… Continue reading Angry Birds invades Spain, and nothing you can do will stop it
If you were in London recently and watched the 2011 FA Cup Final (it’s a football soccer thing) at Wembley, you would have been part of history — the world’s largest 360-degree panoramic photo was shot there. The photo is huge, and with an insane amount of detail, but there is also a bit of… Continue reading The world’s largest stadium photograph, with 90,000 potential Facebook tags
Sony’s PSN service is slowly coming back to life, much to the enjoyment of those who have been without online access from those with PS3s for several weeks. It will take some time for everything to be back to normal, but until then, Sony is giving away a slew of free PSN items and two… Continue reading Sony finally flips the switch on PSN, floods users with freebies, free games
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfFAjaymQM0[/youtube] In the war against zombies, the humans might be losing, but “The Avalaunche” might help sway the tide back into our favor, assuming all other weapon choices are exhausted. This bad boy packs the punch of a 20 mm steel ball — six of them, I might add, which fire at the same time.… Continue reading Slingshot reaches BFG status, and it would hurt you, badly
[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/22832755[/vimeo] All the things I want in the house of the future are represented in the Cube. It’s a 3 x 3 x 3 meter home that features a symmetrical box, a cramped living space (with an HD LED TV included), and a lawsuit waiting to happen if you’re in a hurry to go up… Continue reading This future eco-friendly home is deadly, cramped, symmetrical, and awesome!
Sony was threatened, credit card numbers were stolen, gamers were frustrated, and Sony still doesn’t have a clue about what is going on. And yet the train wreck — also known as Sony’s PSN service — continues to take its toll on gamers. So, if anyone out there was hopeful for a return of multiplayer… Continue reading Sony: we are “uncertain” (have no clue) when PSN is coming back