I just wanted to mention a very nice app for the iphone: howcast, It is basically a “How-to” video aggregator which has hit 500,000 downloads of its iPhone app and a quick spin of the service shows why – it’s fabulous. Just six months after launching, HowCast is already the second most popular free app in the Lifestyle category […]
Are you a shortcut guy/girl? I am. I like to use keyboard shortcuts to get things done. On my Mac, Linux or Windows machines. This are a couple of site that will help you on this: keyXL Shortcut World
Here’s the full video of the Google Wave demo from Google’s IO conference in San Francisco. Techcrunch review of Google Wave is here. Exclusive interview with the founders is here, and our video and notes from the press conference is here. Google Wave looks to be an integrated communications platform that brings together email, chat, […]
Finally Google Chrome has been updated to support add ons. Is that the end of firefox advantage? Google Chrome’s extension system. The long-awaited feature will finally deliver what Firefox and IE users have had for ages: a way to add more tools, services, and additional features to the browser.
(from dailymail) At first glance, it looks as if some natural disaster has shaken away the walls of these buildings to reveal architecture hidden for thousands of years. And at second and third glance, it looks like that too. But these spectacular images are not the unexpected result of an earthquake. Treasure trove: An […]
The new generation Twitter client for people who value their time and are tired of information noise. Mixero.
(from WebUrbanist) Smokin’ on the water… that’s how hot these cool canoes, krazy kayaks and bodacious boats are! It’s amazing what a little tech know-how and a vivid imagination can do when whipping up wild watercraft. Here are 15 that’ll really float your boat. Pedals, Not Paddles (images via: Life In The Fast Lane) Trampofoil, Hydro-bike, HydroSlide, Hydrothopter, […]
Santok released a DC power splitter that includes two USB slots. Great for pluggin your ipod+gps+whatever other gadget…
The BenQ GP1 Pocket Projector is the first to use LED lights. It weighs 1.5 pounds with a 20,000 hour lamp life. Great little device at a price tag of around $500. Great for travel, or salesman. It uses LED technology and has great specs such as 1000:1 contrast ratio.
Nokia phone owners have access to the Ovi Store, where they can get a variety of apps. Like iphone’s apple store or android’s google one. Looks like the way to go.
(from readwriteweb.com) Gmail Labs has done it once again. A new feature introduced today allows users to automatically translate emails into English and any other supported language. Sort of. As with any non-human inter-linguistic interpretations, the messages suffer in translation. But thanks to this new feature, you’ll be able to get the gist of the Cyrillic text in […]