When Negroponte first showed off the OLPC netbook circa 2006, it was far more advanced than the laptops we had on the market at the time. It had hand-cranked power, a screen that worked in full sunlight, and it was smaller and cheaper than anything we had on the market. It was partially responsible for the explosion … Read more
Barnes and Noble launches an iPad app to sell books from the Nook store
Google Latitude will now track where you've been
BillShrink can help you compare cable and satellite TV services in your area
The iPhone 4G may launch on Sprint, not Verizon. Keyword: may.
Person A is geared up with Wii accessories including wings, a balance board, a rowing machine, a steering wheel, a gun, and some Wiimote weights. All of these things are available for the Wii.
Person B has Natal on Xbox.
Which person do you want to be? Pretty soon, outfitting yourself to play Wii will have you looking like Doc Brown.
Other links from Tuesday afternoon's episode of Loaded:
Apparently listening to halfalogue is frustrating because it takes up more of our mental CPU, so to speak. We can usually deduce what the conversation is about from halfalogue but the act of deduction is distracting.
But guess what? Eavesdropping in general is distracting, not to mention rude. I propose that we all invest in a good pair of noise-canceling earbuds and do what we were told to do in elementary … Read more
It is high time I started blogging about Loaded content because goodness knows I have more to say about the day's tech news than I can fit into a 4-minute show. So here goes. I'm going to try to do these daily so that you can click the links that are pertinent to the stories that I discuss and ring in with your own comments, if you see fit.