It was AWESOME dude!
This comes in girls (fitted) and unisex sizes. Ain’t it cool? Read on…
Firefox is set to release the next major version of Firefox on Tuesday, June 30.
Asus will be releasing a PC keyboard, that actually has a PC built into it. The Eee Keyboard will be the first wireless media centre enabled by ultra wideband HDMI, meaning you’ll be able to stream HD content from your lap (Eee Keyboard) to your television.
The Asus Eee Keyboard will also feature Wi-Fi, Ethernet, speaker, microphone, and a 5-inch touchscreen display when it gets launched this August.
I don’t use Yahoo Mail because you have to pay $20 just to POP3 it to your third party email application. (Outlook, Thunderbird, etc)
However, this nifty free program, YPOPs! provides a POP3 server interface to talk to Outlook, etc and on the other side it talks to Yahoo! Mail by using normal HTTP protocol. The program is not a violation of Yahoo! Mail TOS and is not illegal.
It’s worth a whirl if you want to check your email on something other than web based browsers. Read on…
OOOOOOO & AAAAHHHHHH! Here is the geek toy of the day, a beautiful replica of the ship from Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Includes: Enterprise and two stands.
Batteries: 3 AAA (included); 3 LR44 (included)
Dimensions: approx. 13″ x 17″ x 4″ (full ship)
Courtesy of THINKGEEK!
Instead of watching paint dry waiting for Microsoft search to find what file you need, use Everything to find exactly what you are looking for at lightning speed. I mean, it’s FAST!
It’s also useful for those hidden files you can’t find. And did I tell you it comes in a portable version? Bonus tool! Read on…
HP announced the world’s first web-connected home printer: The HP Photosmart Premium with TouchSmart Web, allowing users to print web content straight from the printer.
The Photosmart’s TouchSmart Web user interface system works on a 4-inch widescreen panel that features a row of thumbnails that you flick through in order to access what you wish to print. Read on…
CPU-Z is a freeware that gathers information on some of the main devices of your system, including CPU name & number, core voltage, Motherboard vendor, memory information and more.
Put it on your utility belt. Read on…
There are two situations in which choosing AT&T for your data makes good sense: if you travel internationally, especially to Europe, and if you want an iPhone. If you don’t fit either demographic, you’d be better served with a Verizon Wireless subscription.
Whether or not you’ll like Sprint’s network depends greatly on where you live. Compared with AT&T, Sprint can seem fast and powerful, but only if you’re in one of its sweet spots. Sprint’s Mobile Broadband falls well behind Verizon Wireless in coverage and reliability. All in all, it’s a good choice, but not the best.
If you need wireless data in the U.S., Verizon Wireless is the best choice. It has the most comprehensive 3G network, and it wins awards every year for coverage, consistency, and call quality. Verizon’s rates aren’t the lowest, and the company may not carry the latest, flashiest devices, but when Verizon says "It’s the network," it’s not just boasting. This network has no equal.