The rumors around the totally unconfirmed Apple Tablet reach this week a new height. See this report to set the stage. Today Digitimes tops all iTablet rumors with a report claiming that Apple has delayed the iTablet Computer from a March 2010 release to t...
Sears will have a great 50-inch LG Plasma HDTV on sale during their Black Friday Now sales event in-stores. The LG 50-inch Class 1080p 600Hz Plasma HDTV will be on sale for $879.99 ($1,199.99) on Saturday from 7 AM - Noon ONLY. This Sears early Black ...
Is DNA the next big thing for online dating sites? Well, apparently dating sites think so. Sites such as ScientificMatch and sense2love want to take into account chemical attraction and bring it back into the fold. Those sites seem to be banking on the theory that people are attracted to partners who have different immune systems than their own. So if you suddenly decide that it’s time to try this out, you’ll need to shell out $2,000 for a lifetime membership, and you’ll be given a DNA collection kit which you can work with and send back to them. Somehow, traditional dating seems a little more natural though, don’t you think?
Talk about the allure of the rumored Apple Tablet. While Apple hasn’t confirmed whether it’s working on such a device or not, the folks at Wired magazine are already taking steps to keep ahead of the competition by preparing a digital version of it’s magazine for upcoming tablets. While tablets getting popular, they’re still nowhere near the level of popularity that netbooks enjoy at this current time, will an Apple tablet change the scene like how the iPhone did? We’ll have hope that the rumors of the Apple Tablet are true, and wait, won’t we?
Now here’s a DIY gadget that you don’t see everyday, a DIY reverse geocache puzzle box, given as a wedding gift. Using the Arduino prototyping platform and a GPS device, it will lead you to a specific location on the globe, before you’re able to open the box. Of course, you’ll need to make sure the person who receives such an item is fairly adventurous, if not you’re going to run the risk of them just throwing it in the junk pile at the back of their home.
While new applications in the App Store is nothing new, the fact that the multi-service IM client, Trillian, is now available certainly is good news. If you’ve been monitoring the situation, you’ll already know that Trillian [iTunes link] was stuck in approval limbo for some time, and fortunately it’s now available and going for $4.99. Aside from that, the 2.0 update for Google Earth has also been released, and with it, you’ll be able to overlay your own custom Google maps onto the geographic display.
If you plan to shop at Kohl's on Black Friday then visit their site on Sunday November 22nd as the Kohl's Black Friday 2009 Ad will be published there according to Bloomberg. You will be able to print the Black Friday deals you are interested in to prep...
Who would have ever thought that Nokia would have trouble getting a carrier to offer its N900 handset, eh? Well, that’s the current situation, and fortunately Nokia isn’t just sitting back and doing nothing about the phone, instead the Finnish giant is offering the phone for sale unsubsidized for $649. Of course, many of us are still hoping that a carrier will pick up the phone, T-Mobile USA perhaps?
By Chris Scott BarrHow many monitors do you have sitting on your desk? For most people the answer is one, sometimes two. This is understandable, considering most computers only support 1-2 displays. Video card manufacturers are starting to discover that some people need more than a couple monitors, and thus are crafting cards that cater [...]
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