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A tale of music, open source, and fortune telling

The "value revolution" is underway. Will the traditional software companies wake up one day to discover that their "records" have given away to peer-to-peer downloads, as it were? I think we'll see that much sooner than anyone is expecting.

By May 12, 2008


Digital Magic 8 Ball hack gives not-so-fuzzy answers

Take control of your destiny with a DIY digital Magic 8 Ball hack that lets you set the answers.

By July 31, 2013


Zoltar will personally tell your fortune for $9,000

You don't have to be Tom Hanks to interact with Zoltar. You just have to shell out $9,000 to have him delivered to your home.

By October 9, 2012


Airbrushing software tackles animatronics and felines

Portrait Professional 10 automatic airbrushing software gets put through its paces with the challenge of improving the looks of a fortune telling animatronic and a cat.

By June 28, 2012


CES: What the gadgets on display say about you

In creating the products of the future, manufacturers presumably have the people of the future in mind. What kind of people do the gadgets on display at CES suggest they will turn out to be?

By January 6, 2011


IBM predicts holographic calls, breathing batteries

Analysts from Big Blue also see homes warmed by heat produced at data centers and laptops that run on kinetic energy.

By December 23, 2010


Orange rated the worst network by iPhone users, 3 the best

Orange iPhone users aren't happy, according to new research, with network and connection problems making many consider leaving for other operators.

By October 26, 2010


Manifest destiny at Facebook's F8 confab

Third F8 conference promises a rare look at the company's inner workings for developers and advertisers who use the social network as the basis for their businesses.

By April 21, 2010


Mighty Boosh release iPhone app

The Mighty Boosh have released their first iPod app which could become a "must-have" for fans of the UK comedy duo.

By February 7, 2010


Fujitsu's palm-reading mouse finally on way

Biometric security device reads veins instead of fingerprints.

By April 7, 2008