Monthly Archives: November 2011

Banshee music player now works in Windows, supports Amazon MP3 downloads

A few moments ago, version 2 of the Banshee music player for Linux was released, bringing with it a whole slew of new features, and the addition of an official — but alpha-quality — Windows build. The Mac OS X … Continue reading

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Cotton Candy Is a Sweet Pocket-Sized Dual-Core Computer [Computers]

Why mess around with a tiny touchscreen interface when you can run your android OS from your big screen TV—or really any screen for that matter? More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/V9xVq4KjCHU/cotton-candy-is-a-sweet-pocket+sized-dual+core-computer Mobile Telesystems Nanya Technology Nii Holdings Nikon

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Intellinet AV500 Powerline Ethernet Adapter Review

Powerline Ethernet may be the least understood and used technology for networking.  It’s a shame because it’s so easy to use and is more reliable than WiFi.  The good news is that there are more vendors offering products in the … Continue reading

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Help Bob make money in Sticks, a fun physics game

Sticks is another one of those rare games where the intro is actually worth watching. It introduces you to office worker Bob, who is basically a wage slave fantasizing about a better existence. Then, on his way back home from … Continue reading

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Hungry for Chinese yuan, Apple now accepts currency for App Store purchases

Apple made a fundamental change with its payment policy today in China, as the company now accepts the yuan for all purchases made on the App Store. Previously, customers were required to hold dual-currency credit cards — merely to drop … Continue reading

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Apple vs. Samsung current U.S. product lines

Interesting comparison by Minimally Minimal of Apple vs. Samsung product strategies, including their current U.S. device lines. (Spoiler: 3 vs. 134). No doubt there’s a debate to be had about when both lack of and way too much choice become … Continue reading

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Nokia’s latest EDoF camera demonstrates improvement with macro shots

Nokia’s second generation Extended Depth of Field (EDoF) camera was recently put through the wringer by the folks at All About Symbian, and for a technology that traditionally fails at macro shots, we’re happy to see that the engineers in … Continue reading

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Tasty Planet is a fun flash game where you eat everything in sight

So this professor comes up with a new toilet cleaner that works by “eating” the dirt; or so he thinks. That’s how the plot starts for Tasty Planet. You play the role of the toilet cleaner, but you’re not really … Continue reading

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Our Most Desired Products at Gizmodo Gallery [Gizmodo Gallery]

We love what gadgets do so much—like what’s under the hood—that sometimes we forget that technology can be beautiful. At Gizmodo Gallery we’re going to show off products so titillating that we don’t just want them—we desire them. More » Source: … Continue reading

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When one hears the word hack

Normally when one hears the word hack, instinctively we/you assume the worst; however there are many hacks that are beneficial to the overall performance of a device. Ipad hacks are not at all new and everything has become so complicated … Continue reading

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