ScoreBig attempts to revolutionize crowded market of selling online tickets

With a bevy of recognizable names in the online ticket marketplace, such as Stubhub, TicketsNow, and Ticketmaster,¬†ScoreBig entered the fray in 2009, backed with over 8 million dollars in venture capital funding. When I was recently introduced to the site by a friend, I decided to check it out and decide if it was simply… Continue reading ScoreBig attempts to revolutionize crowded market of selling online tickets

Make Your Facebook an Actual Book

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTIxF02K8pk&feature=player_embedded[/youtube] Bouygues Telecom, a French mobile phone company, has released a great way to preserve digital memories. Instead of slapping pictures into a photo album with a few captions, the company thought it would be cool if they put your Facebook into a real book, which they called the Flashback book. With a very simple… Continue reading Make Your Facebook an Actual Book

Kinect is Used for Another Genius Purpose

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CTJL5lUjHg[/youtube] If you have been following Techi, you probably have seen unusual uses for the Kinect. A gesture-controlled robot might have been something you looked into, or you might have found out how you could learn to dance using the Kinect. Now, some smart dude found out a way to use OpenKinect to communicate with… Continue reading Kinect is Used for Another Genius Purpose

OnLive Releases MicroConsole Which Allows Gaming Access Through Your TV

OnLive was a success with it’s cloud computing gaming idea, which many people thought wouldn’t work. They took another step tonight by releasing the MicroConsole. If you don’t know what OnLive is, its basically a gaming service that streams games over the Internet that don’t take up any hard drive space on your computer. You… Continue reading OnLive Releases MicroConsole Which Allows Gaming Access Through Your TV

Blekko Introduces Slashtags for Better Search Results

When I first heard of Blekko in my local news, I was pretty unimpressed. I already was using Google, the best search engine, and occasionally Bing, another solid contender. However, when I saw that Blekko utilized something called Slashtags to help narrow down your searches, I was pretty interested. Let’s say I wanted a liberal… Continue reading Blekko Introduces Slashtags for Better Search Results

Games Streaming Service, OnLive, Gives You More Ways to Procrastinate

What happens when you want to take a break on your laptop or netbook? Don’t like cheap, free, Flash games from Miniclip and Addicting Games.com? The service OnLive, which streams games over your Internet service provider, gives you a nice list of games to play without taking up hard drive space. What most people were… Continue reading Games Streaming Service, OnLive, Gives You More Ways to Procrastinate

Dance Central Lets You Bust Out Killer Dance Moves Without a Remote

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-iKWe-U9bY[/youtube] We’re not gonna be foolin’ you with some controller waving and wagging. No, seriously, this is it. Real dancing with a console game. With the XBOX Kinect and the game Dance Central, this is possible. No longer are we going to be shaking a Wii remote in the direction that we’re supposed to, we’re… Continue reading Dance Central Lets You Bust Out Killer Dance Moves Without a Remote