Check out this fun twist on the classic teen house party movie. +1 starts off as your basic, one-night-only kids-being-kids bender movie. But then the whole worlds flips, and a couple of kids get stuck in a time loop with physical copies of themselves. Or maybe they're the copies?
Nobody enjoyed the BART strike that made getting around the San Francisco Bay Area kind of difficult during the short work week before July 4, but Silicon Valley promoter Sarah Lacy was repulsed by these striking public-service workers mostly because they won't start Internet companies and become millionaires.
The BART strike has left half a million people without their usual train to work. But the New Rich don't need to be bothered by public transit labor issues—Silicon Valley workers already have their own private luxury buses. But if that's a hassle, just take a private helicopter!
You know, after putting so much care in adjusting imperceptible little tiny bitty details of iOS 5's user interface, I expected that Apple would have fixed its most annoying design fault yet: THE BLOODY OFF-CENTER NUMBER 1 IN THE CALENDAR ICON.
Sure the wedding between Bella Swan and Edward Cullen looks beautiful — but once he's got his vampire seed in her, it's all downhill from there. Watch the first proper trailer for the beginning of the end of the Twilight series, Breaking Dawn Part 1.
Google told Wired that it's researching plans to use the +1 button as a crowdsourcing tool to adjust search results and battle web spam.
Mobile devices—particularly tablets—are the pinnacle of technology right now. However, one of the biggest downsides to a tablet when compared to a netbook or laptop is the keyboard. Many touch-typists cringe at the thought of having to use a touchscreen keyboard for email, chat, or even simple URL entry.
Comcast is such a tease. The cable internet provider set up an 11-mile gigabit network that can download 23 episodes of 30 Rock in less than two minutes. Exciting? You betcha. Coming soon to your home? Probably not.
This is freaking me out today. You see, I hardly look at my calendar date on the iPhone. But today I did. I looked at that pixel-perfect, beautiful Retina screen and this problem got instantly into my eye, like a white hot scalpel pinching through my retina until it reached the back of my skull.
There's been some great classic gaming on the iPhone already—Monkey Island comes to mind—but now the platform is getting a huge injection of gaming cred with Final Fantasy 1 and 2. Try to control your squealing.
The iPhone 3.0 OS has references to brand new iPhone models (not just one, but two), a new iPod and the mysterious "iProd."
Finally, we can understand the new and gorgeous trailer to Pater Sparrow's 1, inspired by Stanislaw Lem's One Human Minute. Plus: Who knew there was another Bermuda Triangle? Check out the trailer to Objective.
Sometimes, we have to stop and applaud the truly innovative directors whose work only shows up for a few brief seconds crammed on the TV. Vesa Manninen's collection is worth stopping to see the commercials.
Earlier this month, we brought you news of an impending Playstation 1 emulator for the iPhone and iPod touch, called psx4iphone. Well, guess what? The first public release is now up and ready to be downloaded. It's quite slow for most games, though. And the controls make it less than ideal for games other than Final…
After brokering a deal last June, Commodore, the previously strong maker of the Commodore64 PC, is going to launch a line of gaming PCs at CeBIT. Seeing as the Commodore brand has been entrenched in the minds of PC users the punchline to a joke about how old their machine is, it's going to be all uphill for Commodore…