Google Glass is merely an elaborate hoax Google founders are perpetrating, says our John C. Dvorak. Either that, or Google is going to be in a lot of legal hot water. Check out the shower photo +Robert Scoble posted of himself wearing the glasses. Dvorak suggests that Google now owns a naked photo of Scoble […]
Archive | April, 2013
You don’t have to be a rocket scientist … or a brain surgeon. … to read this post at aNewDomain.net or aGNUdomain.com, Here’s the video of the week. Thanks to the anonymous reader who sent it in to congratulate us on our aGNUdomain.com Linux Foss site launch. You definitely need to be a geek to […]
Ubuntu smartphones have some interesting features, but they won’t possibly compete in the mobile marketplace. Our Seth Heringer explains.
Ant Pruitt drives a desk for a living but he drives his body hard, too. He uses Fitocracy for Apple iOS and Android to help him meet his hard body goals. As you see, it’s working. More inside. Freeware review.
It’s Trey Ratcliff’s photo of the day for April 28, 2013. The Dramatic Chateau. In Paris. Beautiful.
Couldn’t make it to DC or get in at all because you don’t cover the White House as a reporter or producer? Check out the gone-viral White House Correspondents Dinner 2013 Videos, pretty funny no matter where you stand politically. And a definite sign of how YouTube and other social networks have democratized such typically […]
May the Fourth be with you, people. May 4 2013 is Star Wars Day 2013. Find videos, trivia, infographics and other bizarre things from our Star Wars collective here at aNewDomain.net.
Here’s how to take the best reflection shots with your smartphone, plus how to deal with noise and film grain. It’s Point and Shoot with Ant Pruitt, syndicated here at aNewDomain.net. Congratulations to Kyle Munz for the week’s beautiful reflection shot, featured here.
Android smartphone satellites in space. We kid you not: NASA launched three souped up Google Nexus One PhoneSats nto orbit. Madison Andrews reports.
aNewDomain.net– An international team of scientists, mathematicians and philosophers at Oxford University’s Future of Humanity Institute did a geeky deep dive into what is most likely to make the human race extinct and where we should focus our attention just in order to stay alive. What’s most likely to kill us? Tech. As in Sci-Fi scary […]