Laptops gets stolen, hard drives fail, and thumb drives disapparate with unrelenting regularity. But with the Kisai Upload, you can keep your most precious power point presentations (read: porn) safely strapped to your wrist.
Wow. Five years after it launched, Twitter has finally added native photo-sharing to its service. Starting now, all Twitter.com users have a camera icon that lets you add a photo to your tweet.
LTE is on the rise and HSDPA+ is expanding, yet a recent survey from Morpace suggests most smartphone owners are yawning at 4G wireless technology. What is wrong with these folks, why are they not falling for the marketing hype?
Watch out DSL providers, your fancy, schmancy fiber optic technology is about to be blown away by a cable telecommunications company from Suwanee, Georgia.
If you're frequently uploading videos and photos to Flickr, YouTUbe, Vimeo, Twitpic or Facebook, you know that it's slightly annoying to have to log into each service, search your files and go through their uploader. Courier solves all this for you.
Comcast's just sent out a release confirming that they are indeed increasing their upload caps on their cable subscribers. Now all applicable users nationwide will have either a 6/1Mbps or 8/2Mbps, depending on which plan they're currently subscribed to. Woohoo, better BitTorrent ratios are a'comin.