This is for all of you Christians out there, in love with your own Roxane but too flummoxed to speak eloquently without a little help. Now, instead of hiding Cyrano in a nearby bush – ever fearful of being caught – as you regurgitate his lovely lines, you can slip this Brickhouse Security Invisible Bluetooth [...]
Billshrink.com just did an analysis comparing the iPhone 3GS on AT&T, the Palm Pre on Sprint, and Motorola Droid on Verizon. If you are looking at an unlimited voice and data plan, you will spend $1,250 less over two years. There are still substantial savings even with more limited plans. The phones, on paper, have [...]
Apple has released a major update to its Apple TV software. The hardware did not change but the new 3.0 software version has been given a full makeover. With a totally redesigned start page, internet radio, support for iTunes LPs and more the new software version, although not the new hardware many people were hoping [...]
As much as some of us might like to avoid it winter is coming. There’s no stopping it. Do you want to be able to hit the slopes this season and bring some of your technology with you? There are plenty of clothing items which enable you to do so. Jackets with built in controls [...]
It seems you can’t catch a break these days. Most will agree that Sprint has: Good coverage. Not the best, but very decent. Excellent pricing for ‘all you can eat’ data and data/voice plans Very aggressive calling circle scenarios including inexpensive options for unlimited calls to any cell phone 24×7. Their advertising is everywhere (at [...]
Here’s the dilemma: you’re listening to your favorite music, and outside noises are not only bleeding in, they are making your music less clear. Most people would turn up the volume to block the unwanted noise and amplify their audio. The only problem is that in the process, they might also be causing irreparable hearing [...]
I love my Roku media streaming device. I love its ability to stream Netflix streaming movies, Amazon Video On Demand an Major League Baseball. Best of all, the company is promising more content partners, and if their past track record is any indication, they will come through on that general promise. I love the ease [...]
Photo enforcement cameras are getting more and more popular in cities and towns across the country. These cameras don’t require any man power and can catch you in the act of speeding, tailgating, running red lights and other moving violations and then automatically process the information, including the FINE, without having a police officer enter [...]
Do you watch a lot a YouTube vidoes? I certainly do. One of the problems I routinely face with YouTube is buffering issues. Often times when I’m watching a video, especially one in hi-def, the video will stop to buffer. This results in a spinning wheel across the screen and I’m forced to wait for [...]
When the original BlackBerry Storm was introduced last year there was no shortage of positive (though not glowing) reviews. At least one major web site proclaimed the device as Verizon’s best smartphone. My how quickly fortunes and opinions can change in a year. Despite the almost universally hated SurePress touchscreen input method and lots of [...]
Looks like the Light Brite toy I played with as a kid has gotten a major hi-tech overhaul. Sketch Art from Hi-Tech Art allows you to make your own art by sticking LEDs. You use the included background to stick LEDs into and watch them light up. The board has no circuitry, no soldering, no [...]
It always struck me as a bit odd that Apple retail stores used specialized Windows CE devices to speed checkout. I mean… using a WINDOWS device to sell Apple products? Why, that would be like a TV news program displaying the Windows 7 logo on a MacBook Pro… (Oh, they did? My bad…) Anyhow, word [...]
Hold on a second – don’t check your calendar, you haven’t time-warped back to last year! Indeed, merely 6 months after the launch of the DSi, Nintendo has announced that on November 21st they will release the DSi LL in Japan, for the equivalent of $220. Read on for more details!
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced to voluntary recalls. The first involves two Halloween themed flashlights which were sold at Target stores between August 2009 – September 2009.
When does a fictitious video game go too far? That question has been asked for decades now, since the screen images shown were barely recognizable blocks of pixels simulating every possible human activity. New footage from one of the most anticipated games of 2009, the upcoming shooter ‘Modern Warfare 2′ for the PS3 / XBOX360 [...]