Monthly Archives: February 2011

Mac OS X requires a helper program to connect to Android 3.0 tablets

Android 3.0 Honeycomb, the OS that runs on the recently-released Motorola Xoom, will not bond with Mac OS X unless you install a helper program on your PC first. The program, which is aptly named Android File Transfer, provides third-party … Continue reading

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ControlCraft is a quick strategy game — Time-Waster

Take Galcon Fusion, and imagine that instead of planets, you’ve got “barracks” spewing soldiers. Add funky background music and audio clips such as “Enemy down”, “On my way Sir!”, and you’ve got ControlCraft. You start off the game with one … Continue reading

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Nintendo 3DS gets torn apart and hacked a day after Japanese launch

So you just got a Nintendo 3DS following its launch in Japan — what do you do? While most would be content to simply pass the time with Pilotwings for at least a few days, others are a bit more… … Continue reading

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Picasa Web Albums now store unlimited small images and videos

Recently, some users of Google‘s Picasa Web service noticed something odd. Like Gmail, Picasa Web tells you how much of your total available storage you’re using. Something appeared to be wrong, however — users were reporting having more free space … Continue reading

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Researchers debut one-cubic-millimeter computer, want to stick it in your eye

This as-of-yet-unnamed mini computer was fashioned as an implantable eye pressure monitor for glaucoma patients, but its creators envision a future where we’re all crawling with the little buggers. Taking up just over one cubic millimeter of space, the thing … Continue reading

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Why Didn’t the New 13-inch MacBook Pro Get a Higher Resolution Screen? [Question]

There’s no question that the new MacBook Pros are blazingly awesome. The whole line has been rejuvenated with Sandy Bridge processors, better graphics and a lightning fast Thunderbolt I/O port. But one thing has been bothering us about the update, … Continue reading

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Dude, Where’s My Gmail? [Failure]

Have you checked your Gmail lately? Better go check if you haven’t in a while, because there’s been some kind of “reset” at Google that’s resulted in missing emails, labels, folders and themes. More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/xI7NSMekdck/dude-wheres-my-gmail Fun In Acapulco Kissin … Continue reading

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MenuPages for Android arrives, full restaurant menus in tow

MenuPages — the mobile app which lets you browse thousands of restaurant menus on your smartphone — has finally come to Android. Remember, coverage is still limited to major U.S. centers — but if you live in Boston, Los Angeles, … Continue reading

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Apple adds pattern locking to an iPhone app that you can’t have?

The nine-dot pattern lock option is one of those uniquely Android things — it’s been there ever since the G1, and even if you don’t personally use it, odds are good that you recognize it. So when we see it … Continue reading

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How to Piss People Off In One Easy Step [Wtf]

Step one: Alter benches in New Zealand so that they press advertising messages about short shorts into the back of a person’s bare thighs. You’re done. [Copyranter via Neatorama] More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/4pBZAPL3VUA/how-to-piss-people-off-with-an-advertisement-in-one-easy-step Charro The Trouble With Girls Change Of Habit … Continue reading

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