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So yeah, everyone has already done their review of the new iPad, and we’re a little late to the party. It happens. Unfortunately, as a new tech blog, we don’t have the clout to get a review unit so I had to wait until I was able to get my hands on one. Now, keep […]
It’s Friday, nothing really major in the news. We had a great week, a few fun things happened, and now it’s the weekend. Let’s keep this short and have a great weekend. As usual, the roundup is after the jump.
Wednesday night I was going through the movie channels to see if anything neat was being shown and I saw that the critically acclaimed 2001 Peter Jackson epic film The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring was about to start on Encore. I thought to myself, “the last time I saw that […]
What you’re seeing above is not a photograph of New York City. It looks like a photograph of New York City. It smells like a photograph of New York City. But can you pan, tilt, rotate and fly through a photograph? No, no you can’t. Hit the source link, though, and you can do all […]
Google announces voice and video chat for Android phones running Gingerbread 2.3.4.
Luxury. Performance. Comfort. Muscle. Beauty. Affordability. You can find these attributes in any vehicle on the road. You can have luxury, comfort, and beauty in a Bently, but performance, muscle, and affordability are out. You want muscle and performance? You could take a peek at a Corvette, but then luxury and comfort are going […]
This house while clearly zombie-proof, is silly because zombies don’t exist. What does exist are vampires. No, they don’t sparkle. They just put out all these stories about silly sparkly vampires so that you’re thrown off the trail. They’ve been selling these falsehoods about themselves since before Bram Stoker so that when you find them […]
First of all, watch this. It’s the greatest sex-ed spoof video you will ever see, if you’re a fan of H.P. Lovecraft and know who/what Cthulhu is. The roundup is after the jump.
Sony just released a bit of info regarding the PlayStation Network and Qriocity breach that I’ve been dreading to read since March. Simply put, everyone’s personal information such as usernames, passwords, addresses, and possibly credit card and purchase information has been compromised due to an unauthorized intrusion in their network. I’ve said time and time […]