Monthly Archives: June 2011

New Time Capsules and Airport Extremes With Software Update Caching Spotted in Code Again [Blip]

WWDC may’ve left us wanting for some new Airport Extremes and Time Capsules, but according to code that 9to5Mac dug up in the latest AirPort Utility update, new models are coming at some point. More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/FgC2KqYPHo4/new-time-capsules-and-airport-extremes-with-software-update-caching-spotted-in-code-again Terrence Lee Labonte … Continue reading

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23-Inch NEC MultiSync EX231Wp makes desktop displays a little bit greener

If you remember last year’s EX231W (note the lack of “p”) then you pretty much know all you need to about the company’s latest business-class 23-incher, the EX231Wp. It’s got the same 14.6mm bezel, 250-nit brightness, 25,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, … Continue reading

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Cat ears that respond to your emotions

Ever feel like you want to express your emotions without saying it out loud?  Ever see a cat raise and lower its ears according to its mood?  Well Neurowear has just invented the Necomimi.  And it does just that. The … Continue reading

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Google Search By Image: Use A Snapshot As Your Search Query

Today at its ‘Inside Search’ event, Google announced several new features, including desktop support for voice search and a new mobile interface. And they’ve just shown off a new way to actually create queries: Google Search By Image. I haven’t … Continue reading

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Buy Your Dad an Old-School Safety Razor

Father’s Day, Mother’s Day, Grandparent’s Day and even Parent’s Day. What do they all have in common? If you answered that they are cynical cash-ins by greetings card companies and a great way for PR flacks to hawk the same … Continue reading

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Classic Shell now makes Internet Explorer 9 look like IE8

If you used Windows XP for a long time (who didn’t?), one of the biggest changes when moving to Windows 7 or Vista was the massively-altered Explorer. While the new Explorer introduces some useful new features, it also removed just … Continue reading

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iOS 5 feature: Tap and hold to add, move, adjust, or delete Calendar event

Reader Jorge wrote in to let us know something he found in the iOS 5 beta — you can now tap and hold to add, move, adjust, or delete a Calendar event. The way it works is fairly simple. From … Continue reading

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Deal of the Day ? Dell ST2220T 21.5? 1080p IPS-panel Multi-touch LCD Monitor

Today?s LogicBUY deal is a 21.5? Dell ST2220T 1080p IPS-panel multi-touch LCD monitor for $230.99.  Features: optical touch technology that supports finger, stylus, or other pointer input, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 82% color gamut (100% sRGB coverage), 250nit brightness, DVI, VGA, … Continue reading

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The Power of Perception in the Technology Playground

Apple and Microsoft are competitors, and while both companies are clearly more concerned with Google than each other at the moment, they serve as a great example of why good, well-funded marketing is important. Apple leads the world in the … Continue reading

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Samsung Fascinate receives minor software update

It looks like owners of the Fascinate will start seeing a minor update pushed out to their devices soon.  The update seems to be rather small and the only two changes listed are: Improved incoming call connectivity Improvements to how … Continue reading

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