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Add-ons ad nauseam: Mopar 2016 Ram Rebel

The Mopar Ram Rebel is a perfect way to sell accessories by the literal truckload.

By June 17, 2016


Get a lifetime subscription to StockUnlimited vector art for $39.99

From the Cheapskate: For business owners, graphic designers, Web builders and the like, this collection includes over half a million designs.

By June 13, 2016


GigJam, Microsoft's new collaboration app, is now available to everyone

Once invite-only, Redmond's latest Office add-on can be had by anyone with a Mac, iPhone, iPad or Windows PC.

By June 8, 2016


A console that lets you play all your old game cartridges in one place? Let's-a-go!

On show in Taiwan, the Retro Freak lets you play all your old game cartridges without the need for all those bulky old retro consoles. Let Mario, Sonic and Zelda live again!

By May 31, 2016


HTC One X+ turns up in O2 brochure, Jelly Bean in tow

The HTC One X+ has appeared in an O2 brochure boasting a faster processor and the latest Android Jelly Bean software.

By September 28, 2012


Chromebook Pixel legal warnings show sense of humor

The brochure accompanying the Chrome OS device won't appear on any late-night comedy shows, but Google did have a little fun with the usually dry warnings.

By March 20, 2013


Honda CR-Z brochure leak hints at new nav option

Scans of the brochure for the Honda CR-Z have been making the rounds on the Net, giving us a peak at what you get when you apply the terms performance, compact, and hybrid to a production car.

By December 22, 2009


Ford Fiesta gets an app for iPad

When Ford releases an iPad app for the Fiesta, we expect to see some cool features. Instead, we get a digital brochure.

By September 17, 2010


ConnectU founders get $65 million from Facebook?

A law publication managed to notice that the former lawyers for ConnectU boasted in a brochure that they once won a $65 million settlement against Facebook.

By February 10, 2009


Web sites still just brochures

Consumer goods manufacturers are embracing the Internet by setting up Web sites, but most haven't moved beyond "brochureware," an industry survey says.

November 3, 1997