Are you out running in the cool, crisp, Fall air? Need something to keep you going? Jog.FM is a website that provides you with a playlist and samples of songs that have a beat that works well with your pace.
Archives for October 2011
Video of the carving fun embedded after the jump. Boo! Update: The video above is working again once Google made it public again and posted the video to their blog. It also includes this behind-the-scenes video:
The National High School Cyber Defense competition, put on by the Air Force Association with a handful of other sponsors, began today at noon eastern time. The program is in its 4th year and continues to expand.
While Redbox should have been one of the beneficiaries of Netflix’s price hike, it looks like they’re being forced to follow suit. Along with their third quarter earnings report, they announced that they will be increasing the daily rental cost for DVDs by 20%. The price increase goes into effect October 31st and will result […]
Coming from the great webcomic DoghouseDiaries, today’s comic imagines how Siri must feel after some of these stupid questions she gets asked. Proving once again, your best friend is your worst enemy.
Google announced a few new updates available in Google+ today. The big thing, in my opinion, is that Google Apps accounts can now access Google+.
Microsoft published a concept video that is to depict the future in 5-10 years. The video’s purpose is to help move the technology company toward the future and imagine a reality beyond today’s limitations. Microsoft’s president of the Office division, Kurt DelBene, promoted the video in a TechNet blog post, citing it as a way to […]
With the release of Chrome 15, Google paid out a record $26,000+ dollars to security researchers. With that kind of money being thrown around, you might be wondering how much these various bug bounty programs are paying out.
OfficeSuite Pro 5 is a pretty big value for Amazon to just be giving over for free; it normally costs $14.99. The app allows you to create, view, and edit Microsoft Word documents and Excel spreadsheets. It also allows you to view PowerPoint and PDF files. All in all, it’s a great package and extends […]
If you’re an Illinois-based publisher or small business who has suffered reduced income or lost sources of revenue when Illinois passed its Affiliate Nexus Tax, or “Amazon Tax”, you may be very interested in a press conference being held tomorrow. HB 3659 became Public Act 96-1544 with Governor Quinn’s signature on March 10th of this […]