Every new promise of futuristic technology brings with it the hucksters, the swindlers, and the merely confused. In the 1970s the three-wheeled Dale car was supposed to get seventy miles to the gallon, but both the car and its inventor were ultimately revealed to be frauds. In the 1930s American newspapers warned that…
"Who's that tripping over my bridge?!" roared the troll. "It is I, the creator of elevator and massage room muzak, and I've come to have a tinkle on your bridge's underbelly-pipes!"
After four years, thousands of posts and countless phallic puns, I'm leaving one of the world's greatest jobs in attempt to pioneer new projects. And I'd love it if I could coax a few of you to come along.
I've always figured that if you spent enough time on the internet, you could discover anything. And when I came across my apparent long lost twin earlier today, my theory proved eerily true.
"My mom got a new phone," my niece tells me out of the blue.
"Neat, what kind of phone?"
"A button phone," she replies.
"A button phone?"
We just published our hands on with Canon's new Vixia HD flash-based camcorders. Here are their new flash-based standard def offerings, the FS11, FS10 and FS100.
Canon plays catch-up at this year's CES, but we're pleased over their new line of tapeless HD VIXIA camcorders all the same. Here's the rundown:
Christmas is about to roll, and the weekend team would like to take this opportunity to say thanks to all our regular readers. We hope you have a smashing Christmas, and to make sure you do, we've gone to a lot of effort. We went to the party shop and hired elf costumes, we practiced dance moves in between our…
In an interview with ABCnews, Mark Wilson reveals that he would only give up his cellphone if he was given enough money to buy his own private island. I'm sure he was just being facetious, because I have it on good authority that he would give up much more for much less.