Monthly Archives: December 2010

LG ST600 Smart TV Upgrader brings DLNA, apps, and a web browser to formerly dumb displays

If you buy any of LG’s latest HDTVs, you’re pretty much assured it’ll have a big sticker saying “Smart TV” somewhere along its fascia assuring you of its internet connectivity and compatibility. But, if you’re still rocking some old school … Continue reading

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Shooting on Film Is One of the Most Frustrating Experiences, Yet I Won’t Stop [Rants]

I got three rolls of film processed today, and have been sobbing ever since. Why? Because only 17% of the shots came out. You might say it’s my own fault for using film in a digital world, but you’re wrong. … Continue reading

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Google As A Carrier. It?s Not A Question Of ?If They Will?, But Rather ?When They?ll Try?

CNNMoney published an interesting piece by David Goldman this morning entitled, Google: Your new phone carrier? In it, Goldman lays out what he sees as the preliminary steps Google has taken to become a wireless carrier themselves down the road. … Continue reading

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Growing Up Geek: Vlad Savov

Welcome to Growing Up Geek, a new feature where we take a look back at our youth and tell stories of growing up to be the nerds that we are. This week we have our very own Associate Editor, Vlad … Continue reading

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Firefox 4 may be getting tabs in title bar option

So much for Firefox 4 already being feature-frozen! It now looks as though several additional changes may land before the final release of Firefox 4 lands in early 2011. Among them: tabs in the title bar. As with Google Chrome, … Continue reading

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Kindle for Android updated with integrated store, zoom, move to SD and more

Our good friends over at Engadget report that a new version of Kindle for Android is now out. Here’s what’s new: The volume buttons can now be used to turn pages. This isn’t touted as a major change, but it’s … Continue reading

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Samsung Rounds Out Its Android Universe With Galaxy Player

Samsung is about to debut the new Galaxy Player, an Android-based music and applications device that will be similar to the Galaxy S smartphone, but without the cellular connection. Samsung has confirmed it will unveil the media player at the … Continue reading

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Chinese Scientists Invent Electro-Abs For Women’s Chests’ [Video]

In yet another example of China being on the cutting edge of technology, witness the Top Charming Breast Stimulator. It’s Electro-Abs for your chest, for all you ladies out there that have always wanted those chiseled, 6-pack boobs. More » Source: … Continue reading

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Sharp Galapagos media tablets will bring 3G and EPUB content to US e-reader market in 2011

We like a bit of ambition around these parts and Sharp’s plans for entering the US e-reader battlefield reek of the stuff. The Galapagos tablets that recently enjoyed their Japanese debut are going to be retooled, according to the Mainichi … Continue reading

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Daily Crunch: A Series of Sneaks Edition

Review: Onaroo Personal Baby Assistant Help Identify A Guy Who Stole Game Consoles From A Children?s Cancer Ward Physical Avatars For MP3s May Be The Vinyl Of The Future Video: Constructing A Working NES Coffee Table Latest Kinect Hack Takes … Continue reading

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