Articles in the 17 Category
Got a spare couple of hours ahead of you? Get busy with some paper, scissors and a magnifying glass—oh, and your iPhone.
More news from camp Verizon, concerning the upcoming Motorola Droid phones. The Droid 2 Xtreme and Shadow have appeared on Verizon’s inventory, according to photos sent in to Droid-Life , suggesting release is imminent. More
Well-respected Chinese site Zol, owned by CNET’s parent company CBS Interactive, has published a report claiming that Apple will be providing financial subsidies to Foxconn’s workers, helping boost their current monthly salary of roughly $130 each. More
These are bound to be the dirtiest USB sticks you’ll ever see. Each stick depicts both the male and female gender symbols, yet can piggyback onto another stick like some bizarre sex game. More
The K Cooling Tower at the Savannah River Site sat unused for nearly 20 years thanks to the end of the Cold War, yet it still required maintenance and upkeep (read: taxpayer money). So they blew it up. More
From price to power consumption to available tracking channels to, well, just about everything, the PhotoTracker Plus is a step ahead of the GP-1 when it comes to geotagging your photos on a Nikon DSLR. More
Top kill has failed . As BP moves on to whatever it is they plan to do next, we’re learning executives knew there were “serious problems and safety concerns” with the rig as early as 11 months ago, and did nothing.
According to a report by Bloomberg, Amazon will release a thinner Kindle this August, with a crisper, more responsive screen. But e-ink fans looking forward to the full-color, mulittouch mega-Kindle will have to wait a while longer; this week, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos told shareholders that a color Kindle was still “some ways out,” adding, “I’ve seen some stuff in the laboratory, but it’s not quite ready for prime-time production.” More
This is Kevin Murray . When multimillion dollar corporations want to smoke out espionage, he’s the man they call. And this? This is his gear .
Steve Jobs dreams about “freedom from porn,” but there are some who actually enjoy naughty content. A few of them even decided to demonstrate their disagreement with Jobs’ squeaky clean vision by dirtying up iPad ads in Berlin, Germany. More