Monthly Archives: December 2011

23 dec

WiFi Access for Android – Open Source for any Root

Android, Google, Internet, iPhone

What’s the importance of rooting your Android or JailBreaking your iPhone? There are many who automatically assume that they have broken their warranty or that they will break their phone forever. And you know what, they are right. You can … Continue reading

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21 dec

WebGL Meets Google Maps with MapsGL

3D Graphics, Chrome, Google, Internet, WebGL

It’s as good a time as ever to start launching the latest in 3D web graphics into something that will need more and more 3D as it grows, Google Maps. The plus side to introducing WebGL into Google Maps is … Continue reading

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19 dec

Driving Down Miami Beach – I Found an Apple Car

Apple, Car Computing, iPad, User Experience

I was driving down Miami Beach today and guess what I found! A car, powered by Apple. I wonder if there is an iPad navigator in the front or an Airport Extreme. Sure enough, there has already been a lot … Continue reading

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18 dec

Create Your Own Custom Work Shirts?

3D Graphics, Design, Internet

Since the inception of the internet, there have been many technological evolution’s to several businesses. One of these are T-Shirts with VistaPrint, CustomInk, and Zazzle. Before you had custom embroidery and design printing at your local cloth shops, while now … Continue reading

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17 dec

Wire Your Holiday Lights to Music!

DIY, Electronics, Entertainment, Home Projects

Have you seen those Christmas movies where houses have lights hooked up like crazy? Some even move to music. This isn’t all that difficult for anyone handy with a solder gun to do and can make for quite a fun … Continue reading

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15 dec

Vote for the Best Phone of 2011

Android, Apple, Electronics, Google, iPhone, Microsoft, Samsung, Windows (Mobile)

One of my favorite sites, XDA Developers, had a very cool Poll asking their readers what they thought was the best phone of 2011 was. A little bit of background, XDA-Developers consists of about 4 million users where people get … Continue reading

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14 dec

Free Wifi at McDonald’s Rocks!

Guest Posts, Internet, Mobility

So, it’s 11pm on weeknight and your internet is not working at home. What do you do if you need internet for work purposes? Swing down to your local McDonald’s and hook up to their free wifi access of course! … Continue reading

13 dec – Virtual Browser Updates

Browsers, Internet, User Experience updated their Browser sandbox. This is a great place to load virtual instances of your browsers for multiple browser testing on all of your websites. Take a look!

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12 dec

Munny Speakers – Make Your Speaker Set

DIY, Electronics, Entertainment, Hardware, Home Projects, howto

This caught my eye when I was browsing around Instructables today. I’m a huge fan of creating custom things, plastic work, metal work, electronics, etc… When I came across this it immediately got me. Doing these speaker modifications are extremely … Continue reading

10 dec

The Galaxy Nexus S = Flagship Android!

Android, Electronics, Google, Samsung

I would consider the Samsung Galaxy Nexus S the flagship Android product out there. Last year, they were the first to have Gingerbread, Android 2.3 and this year they will be loaded with the latest and greatest Android 4.0 Ice … Continue reading

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