After today's $1.40 airplane lavatory charge, the disco girl with the long legs and the lovely smile has sent us proof that Ryanair is going way too far in their demands to passengers.
Dear Manufacturer: As the owner of two dumb felines, I was pleased when you introduced the 21-button Control-A-Cat remote with "meow" and "catch mice" functionality. But certain buttons on my unit don't seem to work.
Every new camera on the market is touting some powerful facial recognition software. But according to Gizmodo engineers, there's a lot more that can be done.
Pre-medieval warriors! Battling to the death! In Pittsburgh! (Appropriately, at Samsonia Way.) Obviously a serious tear in the spacetime contiuum, since it even replaced their iron weapons with modern foam-rubber. [Google Maps - Thanks tipster!]
A race of giants roams the streets of LA. Google Street View captured an image of one as it boldly exposed itself in broad daylight, examining the street view truck like a Hot Wheels car.
What you are seeing here-in an official photo from the White House-is a close-up of the President's desk in the Oval Office. And that thing on top is, yes, you know exactly what it is.
CNN isn't holding back the Inauguration Day techno-wizardry. In addition to the Photosynth-powered crowdsourced 3D photo and exclusive satellite crowd shot Wolf keeps teasing, CNN debuted its exclusive SuperQuickZoom tech, seen here.
So the App Store has hit half a billion downloads in a mere 6 months. Impressive! But how do these numbers break down by app? We made a handy pie chart to show you.
Jim assures us that his new Apple sources are "tangible and trustworthy." They are quite tangible, Jim. And soft, too.
This one slipped even below Jim Goldman's rumor radar: The Apple Keynote Beer Goggles. Judging from today's snoringfest, I won't be surprised if they make them obligatory for every event in 2009.
Here you have it. Un-de-ni-a-ble proof that the iPhone nano 3G exists. Boom. Because, if there's a knock-off, there must be a real one out there, right? Somewhere! Anywhere? Come on! Think about it, people!
You know what's fun? When Chinese fakes actually turn out to be more useful (and would possibly sell better) than the real product. Case in point: This cellphone designed to look like Mattel's Barbie B2 mp3 player.
I love this email@example.com snapshot. Bono, Jesuschrist, Rudolph, and Steve in his contacts; him chatting about how he'll give Xboxes to bad boys instead of coal because of the energy crisis; God wanting a Wii... His inbox is just hilarious.
Click to viewCupertino, California (Agencies). In a surprising move that is set to stun consumers all over the world, Apple has cancelled all orders for the iPhone 3G today. People who already bought the phones will get them replaced by Apple's new wonderproduct, the iBrick 3G. "We think it's the best thing we can do…
Laredo, Texas (Agencies) - Surprising everyone but industry guru Gene Munster, Dell has announced a partnership with Apple Inc. that will see the former licensing the latter's exclusive Manila Case technology to ship all their computer products and accessories, like their Dell Rubber Chickens and Dell Texas-Style BBQ…
Those of you complaining about the lack of front camera and videoconferencing in the new iPhone, stop saying words. This July 11 you will be able to buy the Apple Videoconferencing Kit for iPhone 3G at just $29. Press release and an exclusive leaked photo of the user manual—showing how it exactly works—right after the…
Washington D.C. (Agencies) - Confidential FCC documents unearthed today by internet blog Intomobile point out at the possibility of Apple releasing a new secret device which some experts think could be a "smartphone." The new gadget—which was submitted for FCC approval in June 1, 2008—apparently has a big "touch"…