Monthly Archives: March 2011

As Gecko Scurries Away, Camino Looks To WebKit To Save Itself

Long ago, before Chrome existed for OS X (so, 2009) my browser of choice was Camino. You’ll be forgiven if you’ve never heard of it, it’s an open-source project that zero people work on full-time. And it’s only available on … Continue reading

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Conan O?Brien Funny iPad 2 Video

Do you think Apple employees are getting a bit cocky about the iPad 2 release? Well, Conan O’Brien seems to believe so and proves it with one of his latest videos. Nothing like some iPad 2 humor to kickoff your … Continue reading

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This Watch Explodes and Reconfigures Itself Every Hour Just to Tell You the Time [Watches]

The Harry Winston Opus Eleven doesn’t need watch hands. It’s got main cylinders which disintegrate and re-assemble every hour to tell you the time. More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/RW4LCmwaJCQ/this-watch-explodes-and-reconfigures-itself-every-hour-just-to-tell-you-the-time The Rainmaker A BIG HUNK O LOVE A BOY LIKE ME A GIRL … Continue reading

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iPad 2 Official Launch Date Announced

It’s official, the iPad 2 will be available next week. Apple CEO Steve Jobs revealed the iPad 2 on Wednesday in San Francisco and announced that it will go on sale beginning March 11, 2011 in the United States. With … Continue reading

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Field Notebook Records EXIF Metadata for Film Photographs

If you ignore power-plugs and adapters, then my posts here on Gadget Lab skew rather heavily to notebooks (the paper kind) and photography. So I am almost contractually obliged to write about this field notes notebook from Etsy maker fabriKate. … Continue reading

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Project Noah App Lets You Learn About Nearby Wildlife and Provide Worthy Research Yourself [Apps]

This could be an app that makes you relinquish control of your iPhone and see the nearest kid around you begin a lifelong journey in wildlife appreciation. The free Project Noah app lets you snap photos of a plant or … Continue reading

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EcoModo – The Best of TreeHugger [Roundups]

This week on TreeHugger, $3 solar radios made from Altoids tins, crazy mechanical bird mimics seagulls, hack your iPad 2 smartcover to work with the iPad 1, see-through solar powered cell phones and more! More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/d9rAMsToLW4/ecomodo-+-the-best-of-treehugger Easy Come Easy … Continue reading

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HP rolling out webOS 3.0 beta to Early Access developers today

Interested in developing for HP’s upcoming TouchPad? Sure you are — but to play ball, you’re going to need access to webOS version 3.0, which the company has announced will be getting delivered as part of the festivities at its … Continue reading

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BattlePaint is an addictive geometric shooter game

In BattlePaint, you play a cube. In fact, you’re not even a cube — just a square. But boy, are you fast! And you can shoot in all directions. That’s important, because there are baddies coming in from all over … Continue reading

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Microsoft Finds A Way To (Maybe) Make Kinect Better [Video]

Microsoft’s research team in Cambridge has published a paper outlining several ways the speed and accuracy of Kinect can be improved. Lucky Kinect is also made by Microsoft! More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/Lax4FpQYJRo/microsoft-finds-a-way-to-maybe-make-kinect-better Viva Las Vegas Roustabout Girl Happy Tickle Me Harum … Continue reading

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