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Category: Software

Girl Likes Photoshop a Little Too Much, Gets It Tattooed on Her Arm

Girl Likes Photoshop a Little Too Much, Gets It Tattooed on Her Arm
Apparently some people really are into their computers. And when I say really, I mean really. Take, for instance, this one girl who decided to have the Adobe Photoshop toolbar tattooed onto her arm.…

LibeTech Uses QR Codes as Door Keys: Convenient or Dangerous?

LibeTech Uses QR Codes as Door Keys: Convenient or Dangerous?
Mobile phones are making a lot of things obsolete – payphones, maps, privacy – because of cheap and easy to use apps. A new open source technology might add keys – and keychains, and locksmiths –…
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Google Plays Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, Solves Everything. Showoff.

Google Plays Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, Solves Everything. Showoff.
Think you’re good at Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon? Google dares you to challenge its search engine. All you have to do is type an actor’s name and then “bacon number” (without the quotes) and the…

CupChair: 360-Degree Panormic Product Shots Made Easy

CupChair: 360-Degree Panormic Product Shots Made Easy
Have you got a cup? And an iPhone? Then all you need to take decent product panoramas is the CupChair app. It’s definitely an interesting combination of cleverness and usefulness.…

Inbox Pause Keeps Emails Out of Your Inbox

Inbox Pause Keeps Emails Out of Your Inbox
Before I used the Inbox Zero process, I was often interrupted by the vast quantity of emails that anyone in tech receives. That being said, attaining Inbox Zero actually isn’t that easy and if it doesn’t…

3D Printed Records for Fisher Price Toy Player: New Tunes on Old Grooves

3D Printed Records for Fisher Price Toy Player: New Tunes on Old Grooves
Do you still have Fisher Price’s toy record player from the 70s? Instructables member Fred27 figured out a way to play pretty much any tune you want on the toy, thanks to a bit of code…

Evernote Moleskine Smart Notebook Makes Digitizing Notes Easy

Evernote Moleskine Smart Notebook Makes Digitizing Notes Easy
While you can take plenty of notes with laptops and tablets, it’s still convenient to be able to note stuff down in a notebook with a pen. If you’ve ever wanted to easily digitize everything that…

Dropbox Turns on 2-Step Verification for All Accounts: You Should Too

Dropbox Turns on 2-Step Verification for All Accounts: You Should Too
Losing the totality of your digital life can be a mind-boggling experience, which is one of the reasons that I immediately turned on 2-step verification when Google made it available for Google/Gmail accounts. Dropbox finally followed…

Chat Undetected Cloaks Your Status in Facebook Chat

Chat Undetected Cloaks Your Status in Facebook Chat
One of the more recent features to turn up in IM programs and services is to notify others when they have read your messages. This can be both good and bad. If this is something that…

Cloak VPN App: Encrypts Connections When Using Public Wi-Fi

Cloak VPN App: Encrypts Connections When Using Public Wi-Fi
It’s true that surfing the web through public connections isn’t that safe. I still remember a crazy computer virus I got in Thailand that migrated from my compact flash card onto my home system. Cloak aims…

Gliph App Creates Anonymous & Disposable Email Addresses

Gliph App Creates Anonymous & Disposable Email Addresses
There is always a need for disposable and secure email addresses. I had a bunch of junk Hotmail addresses years ago for handling spam and subscriptions I didn’t want going to my main email address. Thanks…

Cardiio App Uses MIT Tech to Measure Your Heart Rate By Looking at Your Face

Cardiio App Uses MIT Tech to Measure Your Heart Rate By Looking at Your Face
I’ve got a heart rate monitor, but it’s tied to a strap that connects wirelessly to my Garmin 500 cycling computer. There are also numerous smartphone apps which can measure your pulse when you cover up…

JavaScript/HTML5 GameBoy Color Emulator: Beat Bowser on Your Browser

JavaScript/HTML5 GameBoy Color Emulator: Beat Bowser on Your Browser
Old consoles never die, they just get digitized. The Game Boy Color is one such system. You can find emulators of it running on PCs, Macs, PSPs, smartphones and even calculators. Here’s a GBC emulator for…

Burner iOS App Provides Disposable Phone Numbers: Phoneception

Burner iOS App Provides Disposable Phone Numbers: Phoneception
If you watch The Wire or Breaking Bad, you’ve probably seen the characters use pre-paid cellphones to make their conversations, more, like, secretive. Yo. Anyway these phones are also called burners, hence the name of this…

Romo Romotive Robot: Remote Rontrolled Ry RiPhone

Romo Romotive Robot: Remote Rontrolled Ry RiPhone
There’s an app for that. I’ve actually said that today, while I was teaching a class, and yep, there actually was an app for that. Las Vegas startup Romotive takes this to another level with their…

PlayStation 2 Software Emulator Hack Available for Jailbroken PS3s

PlayStation 2 Software Emulator Hack Available for Jailbroken PS3s
The first four models of the PS3 were backwards compatible with PlayStation 2 games. For reasons unknown, but most likely not related to its customer’s best interests, Sony later removed this feature. Now, the inevitable has…
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