Tag: time

BlueStacks Now Available For Download On Macs

BlueStacks Now Available For Download On Macs

| June 28, 2012 | Reply

Bluestacks is trying to make us all get along. For the most part, iOS and Apple users aren’t too excited nor do they care about Android. That hasn’t stopped BlueStacks from bringing their app to the world of OSX. What BlueStacks does is allow you to download and emulate most Android apps on your computer. […]

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RIM Just Keeps Getting Worse;Delays Blackberry 10 and 5000 Jobs Slashed

RIM Just Keeps Getting Worse;Delays Blackberry 10 and 5000 Jobs Slashed

| June 28, 2012 | Reply

Everybody knows Blackberry is in all kinds of Trouble. Profits are down, users are fleeing by the thousands per day and new products are nowhere to be seen. If you thought that sounded bad, wait until the earnings statement I am about to share with you. To put this into perspective RIM expected to post […]

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Google Debuts The Nexus Q, A Media Social Streaming Device

Google Debuts The Nexus Q, A Media Social Streaming Device

| June 27, 2012 | Reply

We just finished watching the Google I/O keynote and we are taking in everything that happened. One thing that may take some time is the question of what the Q actually is and does. How is it different than Google TV other than some minor accessibility updates? Is it worth $299? While we work all […]

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Google Drive Cloud Storage Goes Live

Google Drive Cloud Storage Goes Live

| April 24, 2012 | Reply

After many leaks and and rumors, Google has finally released its Drive cloud storage service for the masses. Google Drive will compete with the likes of Dropbox, Box, SugarSync and Microsoft SkyDrive. It most closely resembles Dropbox, giving users access to cloud-connected storage on PCs, Macs, smartphones, and tablets. Every Drive user will be graced […]

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Space Shuttle Discovery Will Fly Around Washington, DC At Just 1500 Feet

Space Shuttle Discovery Will Fly Around Washington, DC At Just 1500 Feet

| April 11, 2012 | Reply

The headline may have been a bit off, but not at the same time. As everyone knows, manned space shuttle launches paid for the the US government are a thing of the past. Of the five shuttles that have attempted a launch into space only three made it back to earth successfully every time. There […]

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Best Buy CEO Resigns And The Company Is Losing Money By The Millisecond, So They Make Returns More Difficult

Best Buy CEO Resigns And The Company Is Losing Money By The Millisecond, So They Make Returns More Difficult

| April 11, 2012 | Reply

I am pretty sure Best Buy hasn’t been paying much attention to the guys over at RIM lately. Best Buy’s profits are half of what they were two years ago. That’s a major loss considering this is supposed to be the time when the economy is recovering. RIM(Blackberry) went through the same kind of dramatic […]

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When You Combine 35,000 Photos Taking 7 Months To Capture, You Get An Amazing Video [video]

When You Combine 35,000 Photos Taking 7 Months To Capture, You Get An Amazing Video [video]

| April 11, 2012 | Reply

The video is named Asylum, because it was shot in an old abandoned asylum of course. The makers of this video took the time to snap over 35k photos using time-lapse and HDR photography to bring a feel that is truly creepy and beautiful at the same time. Living Detroit, I get to spend a […]

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Todays Freaky Friday Features Hair Eyeballs And Toilet Paper [freaky friday]

Todays Freaky Friday Features Hair Eyeballs And Toilet Paper [freaky friday]

| March 30, 2012 | Reply

I love finding these oddball stories that get posted online. Today, we have a few different things to show you. First is this terrible hair style where someone actually puts an eye in the back of their head. Oh Halloween maybe, but not right now.  Via: Boingboing Next up! Twitter paper cleverly named to keep […]

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Opera 7 Mini Can Save You Up To 90% On Mobile Data

Opera 7 Mini Can Save You Up To 90% On Mobile Data

| March 29, 2012 | Reply

Opera Browser has been around for a long time. I can remember using the browser back on my old windows mobile phone. Back then it pretty much made links of every website image and long to save loading time. Back then we were still in the 1X data realm and it took forever for a […]

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Google IO Is Sold Out

Google IO Is Sold Out

| March 27, 2012 | Reply

Yesterday I said I thought it would take some time for IO to sell out, and I was wrong. Once again within about an hour the developer conference is full and now you will have to scour the internet for tickets. I have no doubt people bought plenty of tickets just to sell online and […]

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