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Sony’s new Xperia phones are beastly.
Flying cars shouldn’t look like mini airplanes. So disappointed.
Can’t wait to have Android 4.0 in early 2012. Gonna be a long wait…
I want a tablet BAD. I wanna replace my laptop with one, but I really can’t because they don’t have much storage space. Its the same issue I have with the iPod Touch. They can’t fit most of my music library like the old iPods can (the ones with hard drives).
Once tablets start having 100gb worth of storage space, then I’ll be goooood!
I had one of these. I got it for Christmas way back in the day. Was supposed to be a TV made specifically for video games… had surround sound and a subwoofer. Screen was only 13 inches though.
And it was $200-$300 bucks. $300 can get you a 20-30 inch HDTV these days.
A hacker turned an old Nintendo cartridge into a wireless router. They even made a custom sticker for it and put it on there.
There’s instructions here for how to make one yourself.
A touchless sink faucet controlled by hand gestures, designed by Jasper Dekker.
Check it… you point this pen at a piece of music (like above), and the pen actually plays the music. It basically helps you understand the notations better.
How sick is that? Almost as crazy as that chameleon pen.
This is dope… a wireless mouse for PC/Mac that looks like a Lego brick.
A handful of folks emailed me and told me they liked the list I made months back, which was nice. That was probably the first time I realized people actually read my posts. So I guess since its almost half a year later, I’d update it a bit with a new list.
Free Video Zilla - I use this to jack videos and music files off of websites, the ones that don’t ‘want’ you to download them.
FastStone Photo Resizer - Bryant and a few of you other photographers might dig this. You can batch edit files, meaning, you can edit multiple files at the same time. You can resize pics, add effects, crop, rename the files, and possibly most important, you can add watermarks to all the images.
Virtualdub - This is a small video editing program. I mainly use it to turn parts of a movie into an animated gif. You can also save parts of a movie, and add your own sound to it. Mainly works with .avi video files.
TreeSizeFree - This program helps you find out what are the biggest files and folders on your computer. So if you’re looking to free up HD space and want to know where to start, this helps.
Gmail Drive - This allows you to use the free space on your Gmail account as a virtual harddrive. It shows up on your computer like any other harddrive, but the files are stored on your Gmail.
There are probably others I’m missing, but I’m lazy now.