Mac heads absolutely deplore this. But the reality is, Android’s OS and droid–driven hardware is actually pretty damn good. The Archos G9 tablet is a great example of neo-PC potential. It’s fast, stable, versatile, and flash enabled. What’s up, haters?
Nothing throws you off like losing an earbud mid-sprint. It destroys your rhythm and there’s no catching back up. These wireless, shake-proof, secure-fit earbuds could be the answer. Runners, bikers, skiers, even heavy metal headbangers, you guys will all appreciate these.
With its rounded, sculptural shape, you’d think this wireless speaker system was all show and no go. Not the case. This beauty also sounds good from any angle and lets you stream music from iTunes on your Mac, PC, iPhone, iPad or iPod touch over a home Wi-Fi network. That works.
If you’re one of those holdouts who still keeps a landline and talks on a regular home telephone, we’ve got some good news for you. Now you can use Skype. The company has recently developed technology adapting Skype software for landline use. They’re also introducing a Skype-ready cordless phone. It’s crazy, you can call everywhere while sidestepping high phone bills. Get on it.
Yes, we know it’s hard to believe but some of us who use Macs also occasionally use numbers. Adding, subtracting, you know. But if you have the wireless Mac keyboard you’ve got only the top-row numbers to work with; not ideal. You number-crunchers will jump with glee at this new app that turns your Magic Track Pad into a number pad with the ability to add custom shortcut buttons. And don’t worry, setting it up is way easier than addition
They should really just be up-front about it and call the MV800 the PervCam. Seriously, Samsung cites the ability to shoot “discreetly” from any angle as the main attribute of this model. Think about that for a second. Okay, now go buy one.
Wait, don’t click away. We’re not going all SkyMall on you, we just wanted to share this new 3-D viewer gizmo from Sony. With twin internal HD video screens (one for each eye) this lightweight, head-mounted immersion viewer simulates the look of a real theater screen. And when you’re inside watching the movie you won’t be able to see people staring at you.
Of course your homemade videos lack the smooth, fluid cinematics of a real movie. That’s because movies are shot using cameras on wheels or dollies, so they can sweep through the shots, creating a smooth, natural pan. Now an MIT engineering student has created a simpler, more portable and much cheaper way for you to get the dolly effect. It’s called Cineskate, basically, a tripod on wheels.
Remember to save the receipt when you buy the “world’s brightest laser you can legally own.” Because when the taxman comes knocking, you’ll want to add this splurge to your other “business” expenses. You’ll get the deduction because nobody in the world, including your tax guy, knows what handheld lasers are really for.