Why You Should Switch to Clipless Pedals

Hey there, biker dude/dudette. You're biking pretty well there, carving up the street real nice. Nice control, decent stamina. But if you want to take your cycling to the next level, it's time to enter the world of clipless pedals. » 3/13/13 3:20pm 3/13/13 3:20pm

The Future of Twitter Is to Become Facebook

BuzzFeed FWD dove deep into the undercurrent of change that's going on at Twitter right now and saw a glimpse into its future: Facebook. Yes, what Twitter wants to be in the future is nothing like what it is right now and everything like what Zuck's social network already is. » 7/03/12 6:20pm 7/03/12 6:20pm

Ball Invasion Game Turns Your Walls Into A Battleground

Augmented reality is interesting, but that technology is way over-used in navigation and point-of-interest apps. That's why it's so refreshing to see a game like Ball Invasion and developers like 13th Lab who use AR in a new and exciting way. » 7/13/11 9:37pm 7/13/11 9:37pm

I Can't Believe This Is How You Really Unload Stuff from Giant Trucks

Apparently, if you are carrying certain goods—like woodchip—in giant nine-wheeled trucks, this is how you unload them: Strap them to a gigantic platform. And then tilt them more than 45 degrees until it empties completely. » 6/13/11 10:00pm 6/13/11 10:00pm

Why Netflix Isn't On Android Yet (and Only Some Android Phones Will Get…

Netflix says: "The hurdle has been the lack of a generic and complete platform security and content protection mechanism available for Android." They can't get Netflix on Android because they can't get a secure DRM system across Android devices. » 11/13/10 4:00pm 11/13/10 4:00pm

Adobe Air Is Coming To TVs

Adobe is going to bring their updated Adobe Air 2.5 software platform to televisions, smartphones, tablets and desktops. That means theoretically an app designed for Adobe Air can now be spread across nearly every screen you use. » 10/25/10 12:00am 10/25/10 12:00am

Google Editions Is Your Local Book Store's Best Friend

Lost in the midst of the Ebook wars between Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple and Sony are the independent bookstores who don't have the clout to bang with the big boys. Not for long, they're looking for help—from Google. » 6/30/10 3:11pm 6/30/10 3:11pm

Intel and Nokia Mate Their Moblin and Maemo Platforms, Spawn MeeGo OS

Nokia and Intel have joined up to marry their Moblin and Maemo platforms, creating the MeeGo spawn which will be seen on devices by the ends of the year. Another operating system? » 2/15/10 5:54am 2/15/10 5:54am

Samsung Bada Details Fleshed Out, 3G Multitouch Handsets On Their Way…

In with the new, out with the old. Samsung's throwing out Symbian in exchange for its own platform, Bada, which was first announced last month with some extremely vague details. Today we learned a bit more, so do step inside. » 12/08/09 7:53am 12/08/09 7:53am

Else Intuition OS Looks Pretty Sweet on First Phone Expected Q2 Next…

This video is the best-look yet at the slick OpenGL-accelerated OS from Else (formerly Emblaze) and Access (who developed a next-gen Palm OS before Palm ditched it for their own). The big news: The First Else phone arrives next-year. » 11/25/09 7:55am 11/25/09 7:55am

Else Intuition: The Surprisingly Not-Sad Fate of Palm OS

In 2006, Access bought the rights to Palm OS, and licensed the code to Palm. Access spent plenty of time and money developing a next-gen OS, which Palm totally ignored for their own. Things looked grim! Until this thing. » 10/23/09 11:33am 10/23/09 11:33am