Top Reasons To Benefit From Google’s Cloud

A Google Blog posted recently that over the next few weeks users will be able to store their files to the Google “Cloud” and then be able to access them/share them from any web connected computer. All you will have is 1GB of storage for files you don’t convert into a Google Docs file. And [...more]

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Aug 02 2010
By sarin

Youtube Huge Resolution Update

The people over at Youtube announced this weekend during the VidCon that their players will support the 4k resolution videos, which is (yes) four times larger than 1080p (and twice as much as IMAX). The ideal screen to watch a 4k video must have 25 feet (that’s alright, I’ll just turn my bedroom wall into [...more]

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Jul 15 2010
By markracz

Calculate Home Energy Savings with Microsoft Hohm

Want some information on your home’s energy efficiency and how you can save money? Microsoft’s web app Hohm will calculate the energy usage of your specific house. It doesn’t take much to set up, either – just enter your address and Hohm will set you up with the basic information. The more info you provide, [...more]

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May 26 2010
By J. Matthew Zoss

Your Hulu Viewing Experience is About to Get Better

I watch a lot of shows on Hulu, because watching shows when The Man says you have to is for suckers. The unfortunate downside to my strategy is that many times, the Hulu viewing experience kinda blows. It has a tendency to pause and stutter, and my the less powerful of my two laptops can’t [...more]

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May 13 2010
By J. Matthew Zoss

Drag and Drop Images into Gmail

After recently adding the ability to drag and drop attachments into Gmail, Google is continuing the trend with the ability to drag images into your gmail message. Currently, the feature is only enabled in Google Chrome, but it’s apparently on the way to other browsers soon. Google, I love ya. You take the products I [...more]

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May 12 2010
By J. Matthew Zoss

Don’t Panic! Twitter is Down but Not Out

If you’re a heavy Twitter user, you might be freaking out right now. Across the board, Twitter users are showing zero followers and zero following. No, you didn’t get punished for something you tweeted – Twitter is fixing a bug, and your stats will be restored shortly. We’re not sure what bug they’re working on [...more]

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May 10 2010
By J. Matthew Zoss

The Terminator Hates Apple

Film maker Leon Wang has discovered the real mission of the Terminator, and it may not be what you expect. Watch the full video here to discover what these evil machines are actually up to. Via Engadget [...more]

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May 07 2010
By J. Matthew Zoss

Paid Subscriptions Coming to Hulu

Online streaming television content has changed the way many of us watch TV, and no site has had more of an impact than Hulu. The streaming TV hub currently offers content from several networks for free, with the primary restriction being a steady cycling of new and old programming. According to sources “with knowledge of [...more]

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Apr 28 2010
By J. Matthew Zoss

Google Under Fire By German Privacy Advocates

Everyone’s friend Google is getting some flak in Germany for collecting private wi-fi networks with its Street View fleet. The Street View part of Google Maps has yet to launch in German, and it had already had plenty of critics among Germany’s very private populous. But once privacy officials found out that the service would [...more]

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Apr 28 2010
By Nick Upton

Learn Science With the Insane Clown Posse

I’ll keep this short, because there’s not much I can say to illustrate the majesty of Cracked.com’s “Textbook for Juggalos.” If those words don’t make any sense to you, here’s what you need to know: schlocky Christian horror-gangsta rappers Insane Clown Posse have a new video out called “Miracles” which, in short, is about how [...more]

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Apr 22 2010
By J. Matthew Zoss