BillShrink hits it out of the park with a handy infographic which compares the cost and features of the current generation of smartphones: the Nexus One, the Palm Pre, the Motorola Droid, an... Read more
Google announced the Nexus One phone today, which is on sale from Google here. My current contract is up, I’m sick of living with Edge, and I don’t want to depend on good enough... Read more
Over on PVRblog today, I got to briefly explain how TiVo changed television for me, alongside some of my favorite web folks. Caterina has my favorite quote: “It’s not hard to fin... Read more
“I put my Kindle in a one-gallon Ziploc bag, and it works beautifully. Itâ€™s much better than a physical book, because obviously if you put your physical book in a Ziploc bag you canâ... Read more
Update, April 2011: Hi, reader! Before you go any further, you should know this article is out of date. To find out the best and most up-to-date way to root your Android phone, check out Lif... Read more
As I was finishing up work last night, I accidentally knocked a half-full glass of Diet Coke over and got some in my keyboard. Argh! I shook it out and went on my way, but then this morning... Read more
Over at Lifehacker this morning I had the chance to do a navel-gazing tour through my laptop bag and show off all the stuff I take with me when I travel. The only truly unusual item I carry... Read more
When you love technology, it’s natural to lust after the latest gadgets and gear available on the market, even if what you’ve got already does everything you need. But if you dec... Read more
Apple’s finally caving and adding basics like copy and paste and proper MMS support to the iPhone operating system’s third iteration, they announced today, plus a few other inter... Read more
Cheap and tiny netbook computers are so very tempting in this crappy economy, since they promise the full computing experience in a compact, throw-in-your-messenger-bag package for less than... Read more
Amazon’s announcement of the Kindle 2 e-reader has book-lovers in a tizzy again, wondering how anyone could give up timeless paper-based books for the electronic version. Thing is, no... Read more
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