Real-f wants to make you a mask of yourself, just in case you want to confuse the neighborhood kids more than scare them.
If you're curious about the strange world of Renaissance faires, tune into today's episode of The 404 Podcast with hosts Jeff Bakalar, Wilson Tang, and Justin Yu!
Some things for which we blame software are equally the fault of hardware that favors certain approaches over others.
Tenebraex's Peter Jones illuminates issues of night vision and color blindness in a data-driven world. Photos: Tenebraex tech for color blindness, night vision
Sony has locked in 17 November as the Australian launch date for the PlayStation 3, just in time for Christmas. The system will come in two bundles -- a PS3 with a 20GB hard drive (confirmed RRP of AU$829) and one with a 60GB HDD (confirmed RRP of AU$999).
Test version of tool combines mapping, satellite imagery and yellow-pages data. Coming later: views from 45-degree angles. Touring Redmond's new service
Portege S100 notices when you're dropping it and braces for the fall.
Conceding that its strategy of patching Windows holes as they emerge is not effective, Microsoft is working on a new security effort focused on what the company calls "securing the perimeter."
Dell, HP, Gateway and Toshiba offer a multitude of Media Center PCs with the official launch of the latest version of Microsoft's entertainment-oriented OS.