The BlackBerry Pearl sure was pretty, wasn’t it? Now the newly revealed BlackBerry 8800 from RIM takes that special design centerpiece (the scrolling ball) and puts it into a full size BlackBerry. The 8800 has a full keyboard with one button per letter, which is the way it should be. Sorry, no camera. RIM is probably sick of the random ...Read More »
Jig Browser plus dual internal screen cellphone- the best internet experience?
If you keep track of Gearfuse, you would have an impression of the Mitsubishi D800iDS double internal screen phone we premiered the spypic and reported. One of the benefits of having 2 screens is actually for browsing webpages. The D800iDS, just like most other 3G phones from NTT DoCoMo, can install this JAVA full HTML Jig browser, and it works ...Read More »
Sprint and Novatel create 3G EV-DO card for Macs
3G wireless networks were getting quite a bit of press indirectly through the controversy that was the iPhone and the absense of 3G compatability. Well, on a different note, Mac users are going to have access to the 3G network on their computers now. Sprint and Novatel have developed an card compatable with ExpressCard/34 called the Merlin EX720. It allows ...Read More »
Top 5 “I’m A Mac” spoofs: Is it true what we’ve heard about them?
[ev type=”youtube” data=”Rjpn3L3bSJQ”][/ev] TechEBlog gives their opinion of the top five “I’m a Mac” ad spoofs. They were so funny we figured we had to share. Because they do have a bigger harddrive…and run faster too. 5 more after the jump.Read More »
Valentine’s Day Geek: HTTPanties
Still not sure on what to get your lady for the 14th? Check out these HTTPanties. All of the colors come with strategically placed error messages. Including 403 Forbidden, 200 OK, 413 Requested Entity Too Large, and 411 Length Required. Depending on the size of your input plug, the latter two could be a really funny joke. Of course, until ...Read More »
Walmart, get with it, Firefox is real and it has a market share
Walmart has outdone Apple with its major studio online video download service. There, it’s been said, now let’s get to the part where Walmart screwed up big time. Just visit the site. Yeah, it really does look like that (if you are using IE, not only are you crazy, you won’t get this article). That, ladies and gentlemen, is what ...Read More »
So, what IS stopping Jobs from removing DRM from iTunes?
Today on the official Apple news blog, Steve Jobs writes about Apple’s involvement with DRM on songs sold from iTunes. Jobs says that Apple would jump at the chance for DRM-free music, but won’t for one major reason. Steve Jobs expresses how if Apple were to remove the DRM liscensing, the four major music companies would pull their music from ...Read More »
Apple 802.11n update costs… $1.99! It’s official.
Double Apple news day! After all of those damn rumors about how much activating the 802.11n ability would cost, we now know! Apple is charging $1.99 for the software update. At first this was supposed to cost about $5, then it went to $2, then the hopefulls said it’s free!, now it’s officially $2. — Nik Gomez AirPort Extreme 802.11n ...Read More »
Every 8-Bit NES game being sold in one absurdly huge auction on e-Bay
AHHHHHHHH. HOLY MOTHER OF GOD! WOW WOW WOW WOW! 670 GAMES! EVERY NES EVER MADE? AYAYAYAYAYYY! ALREADY UP TO $12,000 AND RISING! LIQUIDATE YOUR STOCKS! — Andrew Dobrow eBay NES Auction [via Destructoid]Read More »
Remotely deposit your checks with USAA
Depositing checks can really be a nuisance if you think about it. Remember that $12 check your Grandma sent you for your birthday last year that you never got to depositing? Sure…it’s only $12, but I mean come on, it’s $12 you don’t have. The problem is laziness. Laziness to get your geeky ass in the car and drive 20 ...Read More »