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The No Glasses 3D Tablet does what it says on the tin

A glasses-free 3D tablet has gone on sale from a US retailer, and it's shipping to the UK now.

By December 7, 2013


IP tin can phone slightly better than string version

Plug this Kickstarter project into your USB port and chat it up old-timey style. You can even bring it into your secret base!

By April 27, 2012


Low-tech posters use tin can and string to promote band

U.K. band Dry the River is using the oldest telephone in the world--a tin can and string--to promote its first album.

By February 23, 2012


Game Dev Stories: Tin Man Games

Melbourne two-man studio Tin Man Games is about to launch the eighth in its series of gamebook adventures — and its first science-fiction title — Infinite Universe. Coder Ben Britten Smith tells us about the crazy ride so far.

By February 23, 2012


Android app Unlock With WiFi does exactly what it says on the tin

A new beta app for Android automatically unlocks your smart phone when within range of your home Wi-Fi network, while also remembering to turn off Wi-Fi when you leave home.

By March 31, 2011


BigTinCan Maps helps you fix your street

A new open-source mapping app goes beyond guiding you from A to B, allowing you to fix maps on the fly and clean up your community in the process.

By October 5, 2009


BOL 1066: Tin Foil Phones

We finally get to the bottom of why Apple rejected the Google Voice App, how not to get caught for being a thief over Facebook, and we have plenty of sympathy for Palm. Also, Rafe hates libraries and culture.

By September 18, 2009


DIY Weekend: Hacking a pinhole camera

Leonard Goh of CNET Asia merges his DIY tin can shooter with a pinhole camera.

By February 26, 2014


Samsung Movie Store: Does what it says on the tin, only more expensive

Hey Samsung phone owners! Yeah, you! Want to download movies to watch on your phone? Want to pay over the odds for the privilege? Then you're in luck, my friend

By March 20, 2009


Philips Net TV: Does what it says on the tin

Philips Net TV: guess what it does. Go on, guess. No, silly, it doesn't use your TV to catch fish! It lets you look at the Internet on the TV. Coo!

By February 20, 2009