- Moving through a tunnel?
- For a loop
- Disappearing Dots Illusion
- Blind Spot
- May the Farfegnugen be with You
- Shades of Grey
- Run Time
- Birth of the First Real Tricorder
- The Golden Age of Video
- A Girl’s Faults
- Apple Announces 2TB Time Capsule Time Capsule now comes in 1TB and 2TB models starting at just $299. Time Capsule is a Wi-Fi hard drive that works with Mac OS X Leopard’s Time Machine to back up all your data. It’s also a full-featured wireless base station that includes simultaneous dual-band 802.11n Wi-Fi, Guest Network, Back to my Mac support ...
- Cable Identification Made Easy Tired of trying to explain which cable is which over the phone when trying to help someone with their tech issues? Here is one solution to that problem that I have found helps my clients. Now I just say “unplug the cable marked with the green disc.” If they decide to do a little rearranging, ...
- Find My iPhone Now Available With the availability of iPhone OS 3.0, MobileMe members can now use Find My iPhone to help recover a lost iPhone or remotely wipe the personal data on it. To get started, use iTunes to update your iPhone software to iPhone OS 3.0, and then follow these steps: On your iPhone’s Home screen, tap Settings. Tap Mail, Contacts, and ...
- KPC 680 EVDO card with Mac OS X The KPC680, like the KPC 650, is also very Mac compatible. It will work with 10.3.9 or greater including Snow Leopard (Mac OS X 10.6). Unlike the V740, there are no native Mac drivers, but as long as you install and use Verizon’s VZAccess Manager software it will work just fine. BTW, unlike the previous models, the KPC680 ...
- Edit Office Docs on your iPhone MobileFiles Pro, from Quickoffice, is an application for the iPhone and iPod touch that allows the creation and editing of Excel 2003 files. It also views Microsoft Word (.doc and .docx), Microsoft Excel (.xls and .xlsx), Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt and .pptx), iWork (Pages, Numbers and Keynote), Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) and RTF to name just a few. In addition, users are able to “Remotely ...
- Windows on the iPhone Citrix has announced on their blog that they are actively developing a Citrix Receiver for the iPhone that will allow iPhone users to run of millions of Windows apps via the iPhone. This open up some possibilities, such as the ability to vie web sites that require Flash or are locked to IE. Perhaps even ...
- Cheap HDMI Cables If you are placing some cool tech under the Christmas tree this year, that requires an HDMI cable, don’t let the salesperson soak you for $50 to $200. In a recent post to CNET’s Crave blog, they say “… the truth is that expensive HDMI cables aren’t worth it and the cheap cables available online are ...
- PC-to-Mac switch made easy According to Belkin, “making the move from a PC to a Mac computer has never been easier. The Belkin PC-To-Mac Transfer Kit allows you to seamlessly transfer all your important data, including user accounts, email and Internet browser settings as well as photos, movies, music and desktop items.” While most users making the switch can ...
- Convert Any Video File Now that VisualHub has ceased development, we needed a solution to convert all of our video files to various different formats. For example, converting the files to work with your TiVo, AppleTV or iPhone. Up until now, HandBrake has always just ripped your DVDs into MPEG video files for playing back on an iPod or ...
- More Powerful Spotlight searches Today someone asked me if there is a way to do a search in Spotlight and have it only fine Item A and Item B when they both appear together. It reminded me of one of the features Apple put into Spotlight that most people don’t know about, called boolean searches. In the Spotlight menu or ...
Technology & Gadgets
- iPhone Camera Lenses August 26, 2013
- Hard Drive cases August 24, 2013
- MakerBot Replicator 2 March 13, 2013
- Super Small Thumb Drives March 7, 2013
- Flameless Color Changing Candles March 3, 2013
- Darth Vader Macbook Decal March 1, 2013
- Retro Flip Down Clock February 23, 2013
- Ravensburger Augmented Reality Puzzles February 21, 2013
- Star Trek Sliding Doors (almost) February 19, 2013
- Enterprising Pizza Cutter February 12, 2013
- Sharknado Knife holder?!
- iPaperPad 3 Pad Pack – a paper pad not an iPad
- More Brains please!
- Shot in the Dark
- Pizza Scissors Spatula
- Trashy Books
- The Entabulator (Technobabble)
- Dharma Initiative Alarm Clock
- New Your City Cut Up
- Glass Rubik’s Cube