It seems that in a attempt to reverse Microsoft’s theory of software plus services Google is taking its service and turning it into software. GMail offline uses a duo of a users browsers and Google gears to make it software. This announcement really hit home for me today as while I was home working my…continue reading.
Black Box has something for the whole family. They introduced the Secret Diary and the Personal Pocket. Personal Pocket is meant for the man or women of the house. Keeping all the information from credit cards or needing to know your bike lock combination, it can all be stored right there for you. The best…continue reading.
Internet Explorer 8, Release Candidate 1 (aka “IE8 RC1”) has just been released for Windows XP, Vista, and Windows Server 2008 (64-bit, too). However, the RC will not be available for download by Windows 7 Beta testers because IE8 already ships with the Windows 7 Beta OS. Also new in IE8 is private browsing, my…continue reading.
If Race cars and energy drinks weren’t enough to bring you in, how about some coconut shaped headphones? They Announced their Skullcandy Stack headphones that contain twin drivers with about 250mm total driver capacity, individual volume and tone controls for each ear. Which if you are not careful with these bad boys they could do…continue reading.
I had a great time attending this years Southern California Code camp. I was fortunate to catch some great presentation ranging from cobra to business intelligence. While there i got to interview one of the organizers of the event Mark Rosenberg, and others. Unfortunately we had major tape problems so Marks interview was the only…continue reading.
Microsoft has extended the deadline to grab a beta copy of Windows 7, giving interested users until February 10 to download a pre-release version of the next major revision for the Windows OS. “Because enthusiasm continues to be so high for the Windows 7 Beta and we don’t want anyone to miss out, we will…continue reading.
Today celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Macintosh computer’s debut. Demo of the first Apple Macintosh by Steve Jobs, January 1984, in front of 300 people. Andy Hertzfeld captured the moment quite well in his retelling: “Pandemonium reigns as the demo completes. Steve has the biggest smile I’ve ever seen on his face, obviously holding…continue reading.
Cocoon Innovations is providing style and innovations to their digital device carrying cases. They are introducing a new unique storage system called “The Grid”, which is a system of interwoven elastics that takes the worry of “Will this fit in this pocket” away. Designed for customization the proprietary elastic organization system is capable of storing…continue reading.
Turning most things into 3D is always awesome! This year we are definitely going to begin to see a lot more of it, and its going to give a lot of people that didn’t really have access to it or a reason to use it plenty of new ways to have fun. Total Immersion is…continue reading.