With talk rampant that the iPad 3 is coming in the first half of the year there is a lot of speculation about what it needs to have to stay ahead of the curve. A small update like the iPhone 4s is going to put Apple behind the proverbial eight ball as the iPad 2 […]
Amazon today announced that Kindle owners who are also members of its Amazon Prime will be able to borrow one e-book a month for free. Its been named the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library, and will give Prime members access to a library of thousands of titles, including over 100 former New York Times Bestsellers. The […]
Look, we loved Steve Jobs, but this is why the old Apple magic sometimes can be a problem. If a doctor tells you something is wrong with you, do not try to treat it with freaking tea leaves and spirits. We go to court to take kids from parents who try that crap on them […]
Fresh UI is a new solution for configuring and optimizing Windows. Loaded with hundreds of useful hidden settings in Windows XP/NT/2000/9x/Me, this software covers customizing and optimizing techniques such as Customizing Windows User Interface (UI) Optimizing system settings Hardware settings Customizing Windows application settings Control user environment with policies. Fresh UI is organized by […]
The Onion had a great short article memorializing Steve Jobs today and it says it all while still being funny as hell. Epic win.
Following yesterdays disappointing iPhone 4s announcement, it got us to thinking about Apple and it’s long term prospects without Steve Jobs. With a boring keynote and a 4s product announcement that has been met with a nearly universal reaction of “that’s all” basically Apple has become the follower in the phone market with Android leading […]
Opinion Michael Larson We have been saying for years that Google’s famous mantra of “Do No Evil” went out the door long ago when it started answering to shareholders. That is the job of a corporation, to make money for its stockholders so there is not necessarily anything wrong with that, but the PR mantra […]
A computer security firm (McAfee) says cybercriminals have spent at least the past five years targeting more than 70 government entities, nonprofit groups and corporations around the world to steal troves of data.
If a stranger asked you the same questions that Facebook does, what would you say? Imagine you’re at the mall one day, happily shopping around when all of a sudden, someone walks up to you and starts asking you questions like what your sexual preference is; what your email address is; what your telephone number […]