The iPad has already made millions of things easy to do from the comfort of your home, or anywhere on the go: chatting with friends, playing board games, and now, the classic game of bingo. While Bingo by GameDesire is far from the only Bingo game in the App Store for the iPad, it is one of the most extensive, offering a number of options and styles of play for veteran and new players alike. Like most iOS apps, we found installation simple and setup intuitive. The interface, however, once the game started, is far from simple. Whether because bingo … Read more
It's time for another Apple special event and all that it entails. Sure, the new device (or perhaps new devices) will be the biggest news from Tuesday's "Let's Talk iPhone" session, but a new iPhone will be only part of the experience. Though CEO Tim Cook is expected to preside, it's still a mystery as to exactly which Apple execs will take the stage with him. And even besides the "who" and the "what," Apple events have always had their own unique style with signature music, seamless onstage demos, a … Read more
Here's your obligatory Steve Jobs keynote Bingo card, readers.
I've been to five or six Stevenotes over the years. They're a lot of fun--if you're not there. If you are there (as a journalist at least), you're too concentrated on getting the quotes right, getting the news out, uploading photos, and keeping an eye on your batteries to really enjoy it.
News of the Yahoo demographic's searching habits arouses a sudden love for space in Brian Cooley today. Also, the Nokia N97 gets a chilly reception, especially in light of all those delectably cheap Netbooks flooding the market. Pownce disappears, Apple suddenly starts recommending antivirus for Mac users, and Microsoft claims the Xbox 360 pwned Black Friday.Listen now: Download today's podcast EPISODE 863
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After seeing so many crazy speakers on the market (with equally crazy prices), we often find ourselves pining for simpler products from simpler days. So it was almost a relief to come across the "Retro Hi-Fi Bookshelf Speakers" from Exeluxe.
As indicated by their name, these loudspeakers are a throwback in the best sense of the word, handmade in the color of your choice while housing 5.25-inch drivers and a 1-inch dome tweeter. Each unit is about a foot square and 7 inches deep, according to GeekAlerts, with vinyl covers that would fit perfectly in the ever-popular … Read more