The web has been abuzz lately over Apple’s awesome Matrix-style app wall at WWDC, which displays 20,000 of the platform’s most popular applications in a dense, moving grid. It’s certainly a sight to behold, but while it’s been covered pretty extensively across the web, some iPhone app developers who missed WWDC are still left asking, […]
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Hulu Desktop is a lean-back viewing experience for your personal computer. It features a sleek new look that’s optimized for use with standard Windows Media Center remote controls or Apple remote controls, allowing you to navigate Hulu’s entire library with just six buttons.
boxee just launched an iPhone remote app that turns your iPhone/iPod touch into a boxee remote. Among other things it makes text input much easier, since you can use the iPhone’s full QWERTY keyboard. If you are a boxee user and have an iPhone you should give it a try.
Earlier today we learned that Apple had decided to allow a new genre of apps into the app store with the release of Pull My Finger, a humorous but simple application that emits predictably nasty sounds whenever users pull on a virtual finger. The application was intitally rejected by Apple, sparking debate over the seemingly […]
This is a rather interesting review. I would think that Apple will be shutting these guys down soon, so you may want to grab your EFI-X™ chips soon. Read more from gizmodo.com
Microsoft announces that Zune users will be able to access the Zune music store for free from 9,800 U.S. McDonalds, care of Wifi provider Wayport. Users can wirelessly stream and download music, tag and purchase songs directly from the built-in FM radio and access personalized music recommendations and programming.
Instead of laying off techies who directly help users, the best place to cut IT organizations is at the top. One of the great problems in IT management, is that the big bosses typically haven’t a clue what is happening, what needs to happen, and what it all should cost.
Computer experts reveal secrets that don’t come in a manual! Keep it clean. On a PC, run Disk Cleanup and Disk Defragmenter at least once a month. This will store files more efficiently so your system doesn’t slow down. After about four years, your computer is elderly. If you’re shelling out for a blazing-fast Internet […]