In a head-scratchingly bass-ackwards marketing decision, you can now send recorded videos to friends and family (and enemies, I guess – who are we to judge) via snail mail in the form of TV in a Card. Apparently born of a mind stuck in the late 90s, TV in a Card is what can only… Continue reading Because YouTube is just too damn fast
Erik Pettersson isn’t about to spend over 100 dollars on a lame, featureless digital frame. And why should he, when he’s got an old laptop and a nice, modern picture frame from IKEA? Don’t answer that. This is too cool to suffer your smarmy comments. Running on Ubuntu, the once lap-worthy machine has been hacked… Continue reading Old Laptop Into Digital Frame? Sure, Why Not?
This is intense. Are you seated? Of course you’re seated, that’s a stupid question – who stands around in their laundry room reading tech news? Anyway, if, in the unlikely event you are not seated, you would like to be, please take this opportunity, because I’m about to let fly with some totally rad shizz… Continue reading Microsoft Wants You To Just Shut Up And Touch It
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dY_ADCTBKVE[/youtube] Hold on a second while I plug something I like. That thing is Samsung’s mastery of all things display-related. I may run a Mac Pro, but hell if I’m buying an Apple display. It’s all about the Samsung. This year at, FPD 2010, Samsung absolutely did not fail to bring the rock in showcasing… Continue reading Samsung Pwns FPD 2010 with Scores of Cool Tech
You thought that Retina Display was smooth. You thought pixels 4 times smaller than regular pixels were impressive. Man, have you got something to learn about what smooth be. Smooth be this: Researchers at the University of Michigan have created a display with a resolution so, so, so, so, so fine, that the pixels used… Continue reading Researchers Develop Unnecessarily Tiny Pixels… Because They Can