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7 Set/10

Remains of the Day: iOS 4.1 Update Coming Tomorrow [For What Its Worth]

Remains of the Day: iOS 4.1 Update Coming Tomorrow [For What Its Worth]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Google TV is set to arrive in Autumn, Mint showcases average spending in local spots, and Apple’s releasing the iOS 4.1 update tomorrow. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: Remains of the Day: iOS 4.1 Update Coming Tomorrow [For What Its Worth] Technorati Tags: Apple, autumn,...

17 Nov/09

Remains of the Day: Breaking EULAs Is Surprisingly Illegal Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Remains of the Day: Breaking EULAs Is Surprisingly Illegal Edition [For What It’s Worth]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Apple wins a court battle against a would-be hackintosh start-up, the internet gets a 40-year overview, and Cry Translator proves there isn’t an app for everything (wearing diapers). Apple Scores Massive Win in Psystar Case California judge hands down a fairly complete victory for Apple against a noted hackintosh maker. Summation: Apple has every right to limit where and how OS X gets installed. [OS News] Why...

12 Nov/09

Remains of the Day: SafeSearch Update Makes Your Kids Hate You Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Remains of the Day: SafeSearch Update Makes Your Kids Hate You Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Users are brutally honest when they’re searching Google, TweetDeck for iPhone updates, and Google’s open-sourced a new programming language. The Go Programming Language Google launches their own open-source programming language. It’s called Go, and it’s aiming to be fast, safe, and fun. We’ll see! Locking SafeSearch Google now let’s users lock their adult-content filtering technology, SafeSearch. When SafeSearch is locked to Strict, search results...




19 Ott/09

Remains of the Day: Gmail Users Have Better Credit Scores Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Remains of the Day: Gmail Users Have Better Credit Scores Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Twenty-four big names in internet and tech pen an open letter in support of net neutrality, IMDb turns 19, and Gmail users have better credit scores than people who use Yahoo Mail. Credit Trends Online credit-checking service Credit Karma displays what average credit scores look like by email domain. Yahoo is the worst, Gmail is one of the best, and Hotmail falls somewhere in between. [Credit Karma] Tech CEOs and founders: Keep the Internet open! CEOs of 24 huge internet and tech companies...

17 Set/09

Remains of the Day: Google Uses You to Read Books Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Remains of the Day: Google Uses You to Read Books Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Google acquires reCaptcha, the coolest human-assisted book-digitizing technology on the planet, CNET helps you use the Zune with your Mac, and Opera Turbo gets a good workout. Teaching computers to read: Google acquires reCAPTCHA In an effort to boost their book-reading and -digitizing abilities, Google purchases reCaptcha, my favorite ingenious technology of the decade. [Official Google Blog] How Good is Opera Turbo? When you’re browsing the internet on a slow connection, Opera...

10 Set/09

Remains of the Day: State of the iPod Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Remains of the Day: State of the iPod Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Gizmodo gives us the scoop on all things hardware-related from today’s Apple keynote, including new iPod nanos, improved iPod touches, and a 3G speed boost down the road for AT&T users. Why There Is No Camera In the iPod Touch and Why That Sucks A lot of folks wanting iPhone functionality, but not wanting to marry AT&T, had been hoping for an iPod touch camera, but it just didn’t happen. [Gizmodo] The New iPod Nano Shoots Video, Plays Radio The iPod touch may not have...

9 Set/09

Remains of the Day: Google Maps and Monopoly (the Game) Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Remains of the Day: Google Maps and Monopoly (the Game) Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Google Maps and Hasbro team up for an enormous game of Monopoly, Bit.ly surpasses TinyURL as the most popular URL shortener, and speculation abounds regarding tomorrow’s Apple event. Google Maps’ Giant Game of Monopoly Begins Tomorrow Google Maps and Hasbro are teaming up for a giant game of Monopoly using Google Maps as the board. [Monopoly City Streets via Gizmodo] Bit.ly Is Now Bigger Than TinyURL TinyURL was the most popular URL shortening service among readers, but it...

3 Set/09

Remains of the Day: The Internet Turns 40 Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Remains of the Day: The Internet Turns 40 Edition [For What It’s Worth]

The internet turns 40 years old today (see the video for the brief history), looks back at how some of its most popular sites over the years looked when they launched. Happy 40th birthday, Internet Boing Boing celebrates the middle-aged internet; the video above offers a nice, brief history of how it all happened. (Assuming the internet’s life span were measured in human years, that is.) [Boing Boing] How 20 popular websites looked when they launched From Google and Yahoo to...

3 Set/09

Remains of the Day: The Internet Turns 40 Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Remains of the Day: The Internet Turns 40 Edition [For What It’s Worth]

The internet turns 40 years old today (see the video for the brief history), looks back at how some of its most popular sites over the years looked when they launched. Happy 40th birthday, Internet Boing Boing celebrates the middle-aged internet; the video above offers a nice, brief history of how it all happened. (Assuming the internet’s life span were measured in human years, that is.) [Boing Boing] How 20 popular websites looked when they launched From Google and Yahoo to...

27 Ago/09

Remains of the Day: Hide Your Passwords "On" a Floppy Disk Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Remains of the Day: Hide Your Passwords "On" a Floppy Disk Edition [For What It’s Worth]

The Snow Leopard gold master build is confirmed, an experimental Firefox extension automatically translates any web page on-the-fly, the Free Software Foundation wants you to trash Windows, and office workers beg for some IT freedom. passwords on floppy disk It’s not as secure as, say, encrypting your passwords with KeePass, but a floppy disk is certainly a clever hiding place. [Hack a Day] Unchain the Office Computers! Slate’s Farhad Manjoo defends the office worker against...

26 Ago/09

Remains of the Day: Jessica Biel’s Not That Dangerous Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Remains of the Day: Jessica Biel’s Not  That  Dangerous Edition [For What It’s Worth]

The Pirate Bay sails the Jolly Roger a touch longer, YouTube is offering cash for your 15 minutes of fame, Google Chrome’s stable channel gets an important security update, and Jessica Biel is currently the web’s most dangerous celeb search. Photo by Maggiejumps. The Pirate Bay Returns With Guns Blazing Looks like despite what we heard yesterday, The Pirate Bay’s ship isn’t sinking just yet—until later this week, when the site’s sale is final. [TorrentFreak] In...

21 Ago/09

Remains of the Day: Is the Music Industry Seriously Still Upset About Lyric Search Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Remains of the Day: Is the Music Industry Seriously Still Upset About Lyric Search Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Our favorite pop-up-free lyrics site LyricWiki has to shutdown its API because of complaints from music publishers, Mozilla’s Bespin gets some nice collaboration features, and Mark Pilgrim helps developers dive into HTML 5. The end of free lyrics? Much-loved lyrics search engine LyricWiki is forced by publishers to shut down its API, much to the chagrin of developers (including this dabbling developer of MixTape.me). [MacWorld] Collaboration in Bespin Mozilla Bespin, the previously...

7 Ago/09

Remains of the Day: The Bing Jingle Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Remains of the Day: The Bing Jingle Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Kevin talks all about lists with radio station WNYC, coffee shops get impatient with Wi-Fi-loving loiterers, and Bing gets an absurd new jingle. The Bing Jingle Winner is… Bing ran a contest soliciting users to submit their own Bing jingles, and the winner is… the insane video above. [Bing Blog] Life Hacking 101 Kevin talks all about lists with the folks at WNYC. [WNYC] No More Perks: Coffee Shops Pull the Plug on Laptop Users Are your local coffee shops cracking down on...

6 Ago/09

Remains of the Day: The Apple iProd Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Remains of the Day: The Apple iProd Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Zune HD gets a rave review, the iPhone and Wii remote engage in an unholy marriage, HTML 5 demos blow your mind, and we wonder what this mysterious Apple iProd is all about (if not a typo). Updated plist suggests new Apple device “iProd” coming soon Apple tablet obsessives grow excited at the mention of a mysterious iProd buried in the iPhone 3.1 OS. [Ars Technica via Gizmodo] HTML 5 Canvas and Audio Point your HTML 5 compliant browser at this page and marvel at the Flash-free...

5 Ago/09

Remains of the Day: The GTD President Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Remains of the Day: The GTD President Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Slate suggests Obama is a Getting Things Done president, rumors stir of a Netflix app for the iPhone, and Google Voice is open to any of our armed service’s women and men in uniform. The Getting-Things-Done President Slate thinks that maybe, just maybe, Obama’s agenda chugs along with the power of the cult of GTD. [Slate] Rumor: Netflix Streaming Coming To The iPhone We’ll believe it when we see it, naturally. [TechCrunch] Fake Rocks, Salami Commanders, and Just Enough...

29 Lug/09

Remains of the Day: A Fine Reason to Eat Blue M&Ms Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Remains of the Day: A Fine Reason to Eat Blue M&Ms Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Google introduces shorter, smarter links in Gmail, some Google Wave protocol source code is made available to developers to play with, and blue M&Ms are good for your spine. Apple Tablet Probability Meter: 80% Chance, 4 Months Away More speculation from our siblings-in-tech over the Apple Tablet. [Gizmodo] Blue M&Ms ‘mend spinal injuries’ All the more reason to learn how to guess the number of M&Ms in a jar. [Telegraph] The Iterative Web App: Links Got Shorter...

23 Lug/09

Remains of the Day: Windows 7 Officially Released to Manufacturing Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Remains of the Day: Windows 7 Officially Released to Manufacturing Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Windows 7 is released to manufacturing, Google is building 3D hardware acceleration into Chrome, Amazon buys a whole lot of shoes, and you get a free burrito. Windows 7 Has Been Released to Manufacturing That means Windows 7 is officially in its final form, ready for crazy consumption by early upgraders later this year. [Windows 7 Blog] Google building 3D hardware boost into Chrome Google’s trying to set Chrome apart from the competition with a plug-in that offers hardware-accelerated...

17 Lug/09

Remains of the Day: Augmented Reality App Shows You the Nearest Subway Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Remains of the Day: Augmented Reality App Shows You the Nearest Subway Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Find the nearest New York subway station with a new augmented reality app for iPhone 3GS (whoa), download a book about free digital media for free, and throw a couple coins in the bucket of your favorite Firefox extension developer. acrossair This yet-to-be-approved augmented reality iPhone 3GS application shows you where you can find the nearest subway stop in New York. Check out the video above. Oh the possibilities. Firefox Add-ons Contributions Pilot Want to reward the creator of...

8 Lug/09

Remains of the Day: Social Security’s Not that Safe Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Remains of the Day: Social Security’s Not that Safe Edition [For What It’s Worth]

Facebook’s for old folks, Social Security is hacked, navigation technology has ruined our internal compasses, and psuedo-push Gmail may make its way to the iPhone. Researchers: Social Security Numbers Can Be Guessed Eep! [Washington Post] So is Facebook for old people now or what? Looks like adults are taking over Facebook, while use by high school and college students has dropped between 16 and 21 percent. [CNET] Paradise lost The BBC suggests that navigation technology has eroded...

23 Giu/09

Remains of the Day: Firefox Wins the Memory Battle [For What It’s Worth]

Remains of the Day: Firefox Wins the Memory Battle [For What It’s Worth]

Google buys up one million phone numbers to add to Google Voice, Firefox 3.5 handily beats other browsers in memory usage, and the Dunkin’ Donuts iPhone app streamlines your morning indulgence. Google Grabs 1 Million Phone Numbers for Google VoiceRumors have been floating around that Google Voice could open up soon, and depending on how you look at it, these million numbers may support that theory. [PC World] Chrome and Firefox 3.5 Memory UsageSome serious browser memory tests put...