24 Results for



Split your water bottle in two -- on purpose

Looking at a portable water bottle from a new perspective is as easy as twisting it open. The Alex Bottle opens in the middle and can be used to carry everything from soup to nuts.

By November 18, 2014


Microwave buying guide

If you're in the market for a new microwave, but feel overwhelmed by the choices -- don't despair. We're here to break it all down for you.

By September 23, 2013


Meet the design guru trying to make Windows Phone relevant

Former Nike designer Albert Shum joined Microsoft five years ago to infuse design thinking into the software giant's product development process.

By April 8, 2013


One appliance makes two breakfasts at a time

The Only Omelet And Waffle Maker lets you make two popular breakfast options at the same time. Guess which two.

By February 28, 2012


ViewSonic's E70 tablet puts ICS only $170 away

ViewSonic's ViewPad E70 gets you Ice Cream Sandwich for $170, but makes some sacrifices to do so.

By January 10, 2012


Buzz Out Loud 988: Omelet hacking

We discover a great way to make omelets in a Ziploc bag, as well as rename the Netbook Guggenheimer and discover the cattle prods will soon be installed in your car. Oh, and Windows 7 is coming October 22.

By June 3, 2009


Buzz Out Loud 1477: Google is taking over your wallet (Podcast)

Donald Bell and Antuan Goodwin stop by the studio for a very special episode of Boys Out Loud with your host Brian Tong. We discuss the future of Google Wallet and whether or not we will spend more money for higher quality apps for the Windows Phone. We also discuss Apples Malware evolution as well as the PayPal founders idea to pay high school grads not go to college and instead start their own tech companies. All this and much more on todays episode of BOL.

By May 26, 2011


Asus Eee Pad Transformer review: The Netbook of Honeycomb tablets

Thanks to its keyboard/dock accessory, the Asus Eee Pad Transformer is the Netbook of Honeycomb tablets.

By April 22, 2011


The backlash over Google's HTML5 video bet

Some of it was absurd, but the outcry over Google's decision to end support for a popular video technology could test its balance between philosophy and pragmatism.

By January 13, 2011


My own private memory hole

A European Commission proposal to give individuals a "right to be forgotten" is misguided, argues consultant Larry Downes. Data isn't tangible property.

By November 16, 2010