Tech Gadgets Archive
Movies are too long. Even film masterpieces can shave off a few minutes here and there so we can get off our butts, away from laptops, out of theaters, eyeballs off the TV a little bit earlier.
Can you remember the last time you used a floppy disk? I really don’t. I’m assuming it was some time in elementary school bringing a single Word document in a computer class or something. Maybe I’m making
Do you remember the first time you ate an olive? It probably turned you off from anything that had an olive in it until you started drinking martinis. Such is the way certain foods are when you’re
Anyone who has ever walked into a casino has felt the lure of the slot machine. The bright lights, inviting little stools, and the promise of hitting the elusive jackpot are ever-present. It’s hard to avoid, no
Trolls are the worst but funny trolls are shake-your-head enjoyable. You can’t help but appreciate their mastery of that craft. Textastrophe is the perfect example of that. He texts people who leave their numbers in public and
Fitbit’s One is arguably one of the best activity trackers available today and, yet, less than seven months since it hit the street, Fitbit has decided that a stripped down version worn on the wrist was something
Nobody’s perfect. Some people Skype without a headset in public. Others insists on using Internet Explorer. Some weirdos even use Comic Sans without flinching. But what’s your grubbiest tech confession? We’re all friends here, so let it
The Galaxy S3 firmly moved Android phones from iPhone wannabes to fully-fledged iPhone alternatives, matching Apple’s baby in terms of performance and many features, and in the process became the best-selling Android phone in the world.