In the latest Tom Sloan cartoon, Tom ponders what do we buy when there are no more light bulbs?
Larry Press reviews NBC's Tour de France 2014 app for Apple iOS. Check it out here.
Here's the latest Ted Rall cartoon. The focus is on Kickstarter, potato salad and what crowdfunding priorities say about us, the Internet and everything ...
In real life, Darren Stevens says he's nothing like his Bewitched sitcom character. And being married to a witch is still as hard as ever.
Ted Rall knows a secret. The same secret the CIA asked 6000-plus reporters not to reveal after an email slip. Witness the scary state of U.S. journalism.
Delectable 4.0 is out as of June 18, 2014 on Apple iTunes. The new version is the biggest-ever change to the wine-selection and visual-search app. Find out more here. Cheers!
Visual noise is the enemy of a great smartphone photo. Ant Pruitt's video daily has a quick primer and cure for visual noise and grain. Check it out.
Posing as Eugene Goostman, a snotty Ukranian teen bot program passed the Turing Test. Couldn't a bot posing as, for example, an angry schizophrenic pass, too? Would you like to play a game? Video, analysis.
You've got to know the power of photo cropping. It makes good photos great. Find out more at Ant Pruitt's video daily here.
John C. Dvorak reviews HBO's Silicon Valley, Mike Judge's new series. Video of full first episode included here.
On news that the U.S. Postal Service is creating a commemorative stamp bearing an image of the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak responds.
Corning's latest version of its tough Gorilla Glass is now tough on microbes, reports our Alfred Poor. Here's how antimicrobial Gorilla Glass works. Analysis ...
NASA filmed the sun for three years straight. Here's the sun in three years in three minutes -- the video. Here's how NASA created the video, what space tech was required and where in the video you can catch comets, amazing flares and the Transit of Venus. Whoa.
Traveling to Europe on business? Careful flashing that peace sign. It means something pretty disturbing to Brits. Here's how not to be an ugly American geek, gesture-wise anyway. It's the Hand Jive -- Top 7 Common American Hand Gestures That Can Get You In Trouble Abroad infographic. It's money.
This week, our Todd Ogasawara takes us back to 1998 -- when he had a floppy based, 10X optical zoom Sony digital camera way far ahead of its time. Check out those pics! Based in Honolulu, Todd's email is togasawara@aNewDomain.net. Follow him @toddogasawara
Our Eric Finkenbiner, founding co-editor of our spin-off site aGNUdomain.com, explains why you should root your phone. Let him count the ways.
In the latest Tom Sloan cartoon, Tom says you can you get rich quick -- by selling fleas.
The looming IBM-Apple alliance highlights IT’s need for agility and IT brokerage as a full-fledged service. The IT service brokerage becomes key to unlocking value from business apps.
Hate speech is rampant on social media. What, if anything, are sites like Facebook, Twitter and Google + doing to stop it? David Michaelis commentary.
Today's freeware pick is Dino Hunter Deadly Shores for Android. Check it out here.
Our Fegelein Puching Zhang went on vacation. Here are his top 10 favorite spots in London and Paris.
Meet Fran Capo, the fastest talker in the world. She clocks in at 11 words a second. Don't believe it? Check out this video ...
In today's episode of Mostly Mobile Reviews, Todd Ogasawara takes a look at the Microsoft Sculpt Touch Mouse. Also, Jon Westfall discusses the Keyspan PR-PRO3 Presentation Remote. Video ...
Our Fegelein Puching Zhang reviews Red Orchestra 2 Heroes of Stalingrad. This award-winning FPS is not for the faint of heart. And good luck, you'll need it! (Spoiler alert)
Our Larry Press looks at the new Chromebase, a desktop running Chrome OS. See why he's sold on the new, safe computing system.
The dark net is about the faceless agencies. Facebook operates in full light, but is ethically questionable. They manipulate data, just like the NSA gathers it. How different are the NSA and Facebook, and where will it lead?
Find out how the Telstar I satellite revolutionized global communications in July 1962 in this Early History of Satellites infographic.
Update your snapshot's focal points after you've taken it by using the After Focus app for iOS and Android. Sweet app pick from the Smartphone Photographers Community led by Ant Pruitt.
In this edition of their Mostly Mobile Reviews, Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss Evernote Moleskine and Pebble watches. See the video here.
Android TV is set to unify your multimedia experience across your mobile devices and your home television -- read Android TV and Google Cast. Ant Pruitt is practically leaping out of his living room couch with excitement at the announced updates.
It's okay to edit your photos. If you're looking for a solid photo editor, Pixlr offers a great online-editing option for your photos.