Monthly Archives: November 2010

Daily Crunch: Couch Cushion Edition

Review: 2011 Ford Edge Sport Volt?s Wild Ride: A Long Drive In Chevy?s Electric Vehicle A Chair Made Entirely Of The Cracks Between The Cushions The SenseFly Swinglet CAM: Your Very Own UAV Metaflex: Getting Closer To A Proper Invisibility … Continue reading

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Opera 11 beta brings “tab stacking,” on-demand plug-ins, more

So far with the Opera 11 snapshots, the focus has been on speed, extension support, and some pretty major UI work on the email client. There’s been plenty of additional activity behind the scenes, however, and with the arrival of … Continue reading

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UberTwitter beta arrives on the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

UberTwitter, the definitive BlackBerry Twitter app, has finally made the leap to iOS. The app bears the beta moniker, but Engadget seems to think that the final release will be as soon as December. UberTwitter, other than being a very … Continue reading

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Sandisk, Sony, and Nikon propose 500MBps memory card with more than 2TB capacity

While the CompactFlash Association scoots along at a maximum transfer rate of 167MB per second under its just released CF6.0 specification, Sandisk, Sony, and Nikon are already looking to the future. The trio have just officially proposed a new memory … Continue reading

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Kinect Sells 2.5 Million in 25 Days

Microsoft may be struggling to sell phones, but over in Xbox 360 land, things are going crazy. The Kinect controller-free controller has sold a whopping 2.5-million units in just 25 days. The Kinect, which uses a combination of infra-red projectors … Continue reading

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Osram?s New LED Camera Flash: Smaller, Brighter, Even-er

Osram, the lightbulb company, has come up with a bright new LED lamp for use in cellphones. Called the Oslux, it is 50% brighter than other LEDs, but more importantly for taking photographs, the light is flatter and “more evenly … Continue reading

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HTC Merge in Entrepreneur Magazine

  Has the HTC Merge been announced and we missed it? (Heh, not hardly.) Because it’s got a hell of an advertisement in the latest Entrepreneur Magazine. It’s being touted as "a work phone that’s updated for your life … Everything your … Continue reading

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The Endless Mural is an abstract HTML5-powered drawing canvas

When Microsoft launched IE9, they sponsored a number of interesting demo projects to showcase its hardware acceleration and HTML5 support. I posted about one of these projects some time ago – A Rough Guide To The World. The Endless Mural … Continue reading

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Facebook Messages: combine all of your inboxes and IM clients into one, unlimited storage service

It’s more like instant messaging than email — more like a conversation than a threaded email conversation. Yes, every communication that goes through the Facebook messaging platform will create a conversation history. Much like Google Wave, actually. The idea is … Continue reading

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Google Sky Map for Android now lets you travel through time

Google Sky Map for Android has just been updated to bring us the exciting features of multi-touch pinch-to-zoom and Time Travel! The official site hasn’t been updated yet, but you can definitely pick it up from the Android Market on … Continue reading

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