Monthly Archives: December 2010

How to Remap Any Keyboard Shortcut in Mac OS X [Video]

Is a particular keyboard shortcut in Mac OS X giving you grief? If you want to remap it to something you’d like better, there’s a handy little setting in System Preferences that can help you out. More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/Rmnk_oyf6nk/how-to-remap-any-keyboard-shortcut-in-mac-os-x Kevin … Continue reading

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Don?t want to wear the new Nano on your wrist? How about your neck?

The latest iPod Nano (6G) from Apple has prompted a slew of watch bands accessories. I don’t wear a watch any more, so even though I think the bands are nifty, I’d never wear the new nano on my wrist. … Continue reading

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Samsung Rounds Out Its Android Universe With Galaxy Player

Samsung is about to debut the new Galaxy Player, an Android-based music and applications device that will be similar to the Galaxy S smartphone, but without the cellular connection. Samsung has confirmed it will unveil the media player at the … Continue reading

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Sophisticated Android Geinimi Trojan appears in the wild

Over at the Lookout Mobile Security blog there’s news of a sophisticated new trojan spreading on Android devices. Dubbed Geinimi, the Trojan has been injected into legitimate versions of Android games (primarily) and apps, and distributed via third-party app stores … Continue reading

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Newer Technology Universal Drive Adapter Review

Newer Technology’s Universal Drive Adapter bills itself as the Swiss Army Knife of drive connectivity. The USB 2.0 adapter supports: ATA/IDE/SATA/ATAPI Compatible with any 2.5″, 3.5″, 5.25″ IDE or SATA device Supports IDE & enhanced IDE 3.5″ internal IDE hard … Continue reading

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Groupon Insiders Take $345 Million Off The Table In Latest Funding Round

As we first reported last night, Groupon has already closed $500 million of a whopping $950 million funding round. Now the SEC filing is out showing that the first sale occurred on December 17, and that there is still $450 … Continue reading

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Linuxy Hopes, Dreams and Resolutions for 2011

Now that New Year’s Eve is almost upon us, there seems little to do with 2010 but bid it a fond farewell and set our sights on what’s to come. We’ve already taken the required look back over the year; … Continue reading

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XBMC 10.0 released with new add-on system and a ton of improvements

XBMC is a fantastic media center application, and while it works well for dedicated HTPCs, it also plays nice on desktop computers, alongside your other software. But now XBMC has hit the version 10.0 milestone with a plethora of changes … Continue reading

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ASUS EP121, EP102, EP101, and EP71 tablets get diagramed in latest teaser

Haven’t had enough CES titillation yet? Good. ASUS has apparently been up to some mischief overnight in uploading and then pulling a new version of its teaser video from a week ago, though this time it also included explicit product … Continue reading

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Hostel Microsoft: Where Sandals Must Be Worn In Showers Due to the Rampant Viruses [Image Cache]

Just near “Badarad Britcolony” in India, Hostel Microsoft is opening up this weekend. Expect bars of soap carved in the shape of Windows logos, and nothing but clouds to byte at the included breakfast. [DeveloperPanda via TechCrunch] More » Source: http://feeds.gawker.com/~r/gizmodo/full/~3/fvygAwUJBGc/hostel-microsoft-where-sandals-must-be-worn-in-showers-due-to-the-rampant-viruses … Continue reading

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