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A Google Chrome Extension for Tapiture

January 05, 2013 | General | 28 Comments

So, what is Tapiture? Well, Tapiture is Pinterest clone that is more geared towards men, and the things men like. I have been a huge fan of it since it was in beta a few months ago. New in January 2013, Tapiture launched a whole new branding and design initiative to take the site to […]

COOL: The Wilderness Downtown Project

September 14, 2010 | General | 20 Comments

OK, I don’t normally post short posts on this site, but this is worth sharing. The Wilderness Downtown Project, might be one of the coolest most creative websites I have ever come across on the web. It is an HTML 5 interactive Google Maps film that is customized for you. When you get to the […]

My Apple TV / iTV Theory

August 16, 2010 | General | 18 Comments

OK, just wanted to make a quick post about a little theory I have regarding Apple and the unannounced Aug/Sept event. This has nothing todo with iPod, I mean I am sure they will introduce new iPod Touches, but that is a given. My Theory is regarding the iTV. A lot of people have been […]

iPhone 4 Case Program Launched

July 23, 2010 | General | 26 Comments

Well, as promised Apple has activated the iPhone 4 FREE case program. If you already purchased a bumper from Apple, you will automatically get your refund. Emails concerning this have already been floating around. How about those that didn’t buy a bump? It looks like Apple is going to be handling this through an iPhone […]

Hulu Plus Announced (With Support for iPhone & iPad)

June 29, 2010 | General | 11 Comments

Today, Hulu officially announced their new premium service, Hulu Plus. Hulu Plus is a premium service that is going to be offered for $9.99 a month. No launch date for the new service is available at this time, but some are reporting the private beta preview is under way. So, what exactly do you get […]

iOS 4 Detects Shipment Tracking Numbers

June 28, 2010 | General | 2 Comments

I opened my email today on my iPhone 4 and discovered that iOS 4 now detects various tracking numbers and links them to the appropriate tracking website. Not a huge find, but defiantly useful hidden feature of iOS 4. Click on a tracking number in your email, and Apple will present you with the following […]

Apple’s New Mobile Store Suffers Downtime On Release Day

June 15, 2010 | General | 4 Comments

This morning, I was reading all about the new Apple mobile store on my RSS feeds. Leave it up to Apple to figure out another damn way for me to spend to much money. Anyways, what I found interesting is that once I installed the application from the App Store, I was greeted with this […]

WWDC Keynote Wrap-Up (iPhone 4, iOS, FaceTime, …)

June 07, 2010 | General | 8 Comments

This morning Steve took the stage at the annual World Wide Developers Conference. I know a gazillion tech blogs have already over covered today’s announcements, but I wanted to chime in and give my two cents on some of the new ones. For you who are looking for more detailed coverage of todays news, browse […]

Building The Ultimate Media Center PC: Part 1

May 27, 2010 | General | 1 Comment

About 2 months ago, I decided to take it on to myself to build the ultimate Media Center PC setup. As many of you know, I am a huge movie/film buff. My massive DVD collection currently stands at about 400 DVD’s. In an attempt simply my living room, I decided to build a home theater […]

Data Robotics Announces Drobo FS (File Server)

April 06, 2010 | General | 5 Comments

For about a week now, I have known Data Robotics had a new Drobo product premiering today, but everything was under embargo and few details were known. When I woke up this morning I had the official press release in my inbox announcing the new Drobo FS. (The FS stands for File Server.) What the […]

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