Games that rock, cost whatever you want, and help charity: Humble Indie Bundles

If you’re a gamer, you will definitely want to look in to Humble indie bundles. They just came out with a new one. Here are some reasons you should look into donating: Name your price The Humble Indie Bundle lets you set the price for your games. Hypothetically, you could get Voxatron for 1¢. Support [...]

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Sprint customers, are you using the benefits of Google Voice?

Google has worked its hardest to get Google Voice to work friendly with the major carriers in the US. Currently you can set up a new Google Voice number and have it start receiving your voicemaels and you can even customize the voicemail message for each group in your contacts. In order to get the [...]

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Students and universities dream of digital books, but will it happen?

Tablets have been in every vision of the future I’ve seen. Imagine replacing your 20-pound textbook-loaded backpack with a 1.3-pound tablet. Digital textbooks will make this possible. Digital textbooks also offer a world of potential beyond just words and pictures. Students everywhere have been dreaming about this. It’s time to make the dream come true. [...]

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Review: Apple TV plays your media wirelessly and effortlessly

Here’s why: It’s insanely easy to put music or videos up. But you don’t need an iPhone or iPad to use it. You can stream videos straight from sites like Netflix, Youtube, Vimeo, or even the Wallstreet Journal. You can also stream videos and music from any computer. If it’s on the same network and [...]

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Struggling to find the right camera? Try snapsort.com

Looking to buy a camera and don’t know where to start? Snapsort.com is the best comparison site I’ve seen. Any site can give you a huge list of specs, but snapsort intuitively helps you discover cameras. It’s incredibly simple. When I was looking into getting a DSLR, SnapSort.com came in very handy. Sensible comparisons Most [...]

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Chrome profiles: Never sign out again (Updated)

Update: This has now been released for the stable build of Chrome. Also if you have created a Google+ profile, you will then have the option to select your profile picture as your icon. This should make many users happy. You come home, pick up the laptop, sign out of your spouse’s Facebook and as [...]

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The thermostat that knows when you sleep

Are you a little hot? Maybe you are a little cold. You may have also left the house today forgetting to turn the heater down and left it on the heater on full blast. Now your home is going to be a toasty oven all day without anyone home to enjoy it. The Nest Learning Thermostat is [...]

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Did You Feel That? 3 Useful Earthquake Apps.

Earthquakes may be somewhat routine to you if you live in California however if you are located anywhere East of the golden state they might just be an unfamiliar threat.  Check out these 3 awesome iPhone apps that can help you track, prepare, and survive earthquakes. The first app Earthquake enables users to track earthquakes [...]

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Three steps to make digital textbooks a reality

The iPad and the Kindle have been around for quite some time now. Why haven’t publishers released digital versions of their textbooks? Can digital textbooks ever replace real books? The answer is yes. They can and should*. But they haven’t yet. Why haven’t they? It’s extra effort for publishers Normal textbooks bring in enough money [...]

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Epic Sword Dancing Video Goes Viral

This week’s deal: Buy an iFrogz Case and get a free invisibleSHIELD [Click here]

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